World no. 48, Filip Krajinovic of Serbia, will take on Sam Querrey of the USA, the world number 121, in the second round of the 2022 ATP Queen’s Club Championships on Thursday, June 16. Get the live streaming options of this Filip Krajinovic v Sam Querrey match along with its preview, head-to-head, and tips here.
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Filip Krajinovic v Sam Querrey Head to Head
The pair have played each other twice before, and the head to head record is one win apiece.
Querrey won on the clay of Serbia in 2010, but it was Krajinovic who triumphed on the indoor hard courts of the Paris Masters seven years later.
Krajinovic Wins Season Opener on Grass
Krajinovic has a dismal Wimbledon record – in a run stretching back to 2012, he has yet to win a match there in the main draw.
And he chose not to play any practice tournaments on grass prior to coming to Queen’s, arriving here after reaching the third round of the French Open, where he lost to Felix Augur-Aliassime in straight sets.
However, he enjoyed a morale boosting first round win over Querrey’s compatriot, Jenson Brooksby, the world number 33.
The match began with the pair swapping breaks, and they did so again midway through the first set.
However, with Brooksby serving to stay in the set, Krajinovic who had seen five set points come and go, converted his sixth opportunity.
The American had an opportunity to get back into the match when he had three break points on the Krajinovic serve midway through the second set. His inability to convert any of them proved very costly when when he was broken again next game..
From there, the Serb was able to close out the match with no further alarms.
Grass Court Specialist Querrey Topples Fifth Seed
With his powerful serve, Querrey’s game is ideally suited to grass, as exemplified by his Wimbledon record – he reached the semi-finals there in 2016, has twice been a quarter-finalist, and also has a fourth round appearance to his name.
This year, though, ne may have to rely on qualifying or the largesse of a wildcard if he is to compete at the All England Club because his world ranking has slipped so much.
However, he has already demonstrated his prowess on grass by coming through the qualifying competition to make the second round in Rosmalen last week.
Forced to qualify again in London, he beat Kamil Majchrzak and Thomas Fabbiano, both in straight sets, to earn a first round tie with Diego Schwartzman of Argentina, the number five seed.
Schwartzman, though, is much happier on clay, and was soon struggling, dropping his opening two service games as Querrey raced through the first set.
The world number 16 made more of a fight of it in the second set, but one more break put the American in control, and he eased to victory after that.
Krajinovic v Querrey Prediction and Tip
Despite the current discrepancy in their world rankings, the surface definitely favours Querrey. The American is a natural grass court player, the Serb is not, and that should make a big difference to the outcome of this match.