World No. 17 Marin Cilic of Croatia will face World No. 56 Emil Ruusuvuori of Finland in the quarterfinal of the 2022 ATP Queen’s Club Championships on Friday, June 17. Get the live streaming options of this Marin Cilic v Emil Ruusuvuori match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Marin Cilic v Emil Ruusuvuori Head to Head
It will be a first meeting between the two.
Cilic Enters Ninth QF at Queen’s
Two-time Queen’s champion Marin Cilic reached the quarterfinals of the tournament for a ninth time in his career after a straight sets win over Alexander Bublik in the second round on Wednesday.
The Croatian needed an hour and 35 minutes to beat the Kazakh player 7-6 (8-6), 7-5. While Bublik struck 13 aces to Cilic’s 9, the latter hit four more winners than the Kazakh’s 26. Cilic also won 88% points on the back of his first serve to clinch victory.
The win follows his three-set win over local hope Liam Broady in the first round.
Cilic, who won the title at Queen’s in 2012 and 2018, was also the runner-up in 2013 and 2017. A win on Friday would take him into the semifinal of the tournament for the sixth time.
Ruusuvuori Into First Grass Court QF
Qualifier Emil Ruusuvuori reached a maiden grass court quarterfinal after ousting Britain’s Jack Draper in straight sets on Wednesday.
Ruusuvuori wasn’t broken in the match by the World No. 99, while he converted 2 of 9 break points for a 6-2, 7-6 (7-2) victory in an hour and 40 minutes.
The Finn, who had qualified for the main draw with a straight sets win over Britain’s Jay Clarke and a three-set victory over Feliciano Lopez in the qualifying rounds, had won his opening round match against France’s Quentin Halys in three sets.
Wednesday’s win improved him to 4-3 on grass courts at the tour level. He has already featured in two semifinals this year. While he finished runner-up in Pune, his run ended at the final four stage in Melbourne.
Cilic v Ruusuvuori Prediction and Tip
Cilic was the Wimbledon finalist in 2017. He has three titles and three runner-up finishes on grass courts and an exceptional 34-11 record at Queen’s. It seems highly unlikely that he is going to fall in the last eight stage. Expect the Croatian to advance with ease.