• Swiss Open: Casper Ruud vs. Benoit Paire 7/23/21 Tennis Prediction

    11 days ago - By Sportschatplace

    Casper Ruud (3) meets Benoit Paire (6) in the quarter final of the 2021 Swiss Open on Friday, July 23rd, 2021.
    Will it be the experience of Benoit Paire to come out on top here as he aims to find his best form again with some good wins under his belt, or will Casper Ruud continue to perform at a very high level on clay as he aims to establish himself as the real future of this surface through his amazing baseline game?
    Benoit Paire has been finding some form recently, finally winning back to back matches after having an incredibly tough year in 2021. Benoit Paire, when at his best, is so...
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  • Swiss Open: Vit Kopriva vs. Mikael Ymer 7/23/21 Tennis Prediction

    11 days ago - By Sportschatplace

    Vit Kopriva meets Mikael Ymer in the quarter final of the 2021 Swiss Open on Friday, July 23rd, 2021.
    Will Mikael Ymer come out here and get a very big win for his as he will be able to get himself far into a tournament for the first time in a while, or will Vit Kopriva use the momentum gained from his amazing upset win over Shapovalov?
    Mikael Ymer put on a solid performance against Feliciano Lopez, coming back from a set down to win the match 6-7/7-6/6-4. Mikael Ymer is not at the level of most of his fellow youngsters as he is just within the top 100, whilst the likes of Shapovalov...
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  • Denis Shapovalov loses to Czech Vit Kopriva in surprise Swiss Open upset

    Denis Shapovalov loses to Czech Vit Kopriva in surprise Swiss Open upset

    11 days ago - By TORONTO STAR


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  • Canadian Denis Shapovalov loses to Vit Kopriva in Swiss Open upset

    11 days ago - By Sportsnet

    GSTAAD, Switzerland - Canada's Denis Shapovalov was beaten in an upset loss at the Swiss Open Thursday.
    Vit Kopriva of the Czech Republic topped the No. 10-ranked Shapovalov by 2-6, 6-3, 6-2 in the second round in Gstaad.
    It was the first career meeting between the 22-year-old from Richmond Hill, Ont., and Kopriva, No. 249 in the ATP rankings.
    It's a disappointing result for the Canadian, who fell to Novak Djokovic in the semifinals at Wimbledon earlier this month.
    Shapovalov said the loss in England made him hungrier to win a trophy and pinpointed where he could improve his game.
    Kopriva...
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