Towards the end of last season, Ruusuvuori loudly made a name for himself, who struggled to stay in the top 200, but won several Challengers and now is close to the top 100. Gombosh occasionally comes to ATP tournaments, but when he does, he usually makes his way to the final stage. Who will win?

At what time does the Emil Ruusuvuori vs Norbert Gombos play?
The game time is February 06, 2020, 05:00 PM

What are player’s positions in ATP rankings?
Emil Ruusuvuori takes the 101st positions and Norbert Gombos takes the 104th position in ATP Tour Rankings.

How many wins and losses do the Emil Ruusuvuori have?
Emil Ruusuvuori has won 75% of games.

How many wins and losses does the Norbert Gombos have?
Norbert Gombos has won 60% of the games as a favorite.

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Emil Ruusuvuori

The long surname of the 101st racket of the world should now be learned to pronounce fluently, since the talented 20-year-old Finn is closely within the framework of the challengers, in four of which he triumphed last year, losing one final.

Ruusuvuori only tries his hand at a high level. And while he has serious stability problems. After all, a tennis player can give his best to a clear favorite, and then head down against an outsider with his head bowed, while shelling all the outs. Emil does not have any obvious weaknesses or strengths, he can boast of balance, since each of the game aspects is at a fairly high level. At the moment, Ruusuvuori needs to gain experience playing on the ATP tour and wait for his chance.

Emil reached the decisive match of the tournament in the new season. In Canberra, he defeated Sinner (6:3, 6:4), Kepfer (6:3, 6:4), Koodlu (6:0, 7:5), but lost to Kohlschreiber (6:7, 6:4, 3:6). Ruusuvuori also performs well in the current competition, although wons were not easy. In qualification in tense nicks, the Finn shook May (6:3, 3:6, 7:6) and Novak (7:6, 4:6, 6:2).

At the same time, it is worth noting in the prediction that TB had a place to be with weaker rivals. Canberra began for Ruusuvuori with a three-set with Ramanathan (3:6, 6:2, 6:3), which serves well, but in terms of the projectile, control is mediocre. In the qualification for AO, Facundo Mena (2:6, 5:7) gained a minimal top, who twice brought the Finn out on last year’s futures, which is ironic, since the future of the 27-year-old Argentinean is very doubtful. Ruusuvuori did not get to TBS since Benshetri (6:4, 0:6, 7:6) blocked him from the road as an explicit outsider.

Norbert Gombos

Gombos is one step away from returning to the top 100. He would have done it a long time ago if he had played, at least a little more stable. And so the tennis player spends most of his playing time on the Challengers but also manages to alternate victories with defeats. Norbert has no easy matches because each wins is given to him with a creak. The reason is that Gombos acts in an attacking style and makes a huge number of mistakes.

At his middling level, Gombos performs well and may surprise a top opponent. For example, Carreno Busta was very surprised when he flew out with Montpellier in the first round (6:3, 4:6, 3:6). Of the achievements of last year, one can single out wins over Edmund (6:4, 6:7, 6:3), Mannarino (6:4, 7:6) and Kecmanovic (1:6, 6:3, 7:6), although and opponents of the Slovak level can cause trouble, as Davidovich Fokina did on AO (4:6, 6:4, 2:6, 6:3, 6:2).

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Emil Ruusuvuori vs Norbert Gombos Predictions

Ruusuvuori is a controversial favorite because Gombos is in no way inferior to him. Norbert even has a slight advantage, especially in terms of serving (more effective and more powerful serves). Do not forget about experience and motivation, as Gombos is striving to return to the top 100. So there is definitely no easy walk for anyone here, and we will see a stubborn struggle.

At the beginning of the year, he confidently reached the Challenger finals in Canberra, defeating Sinner and Kudlu along the way, but in the finals failing to cope with the most experienced Kohlschreiber. AO Finn failed by flying out of Benshentri in qualifying. Here Emil also started the tournament with a qualifier, where he dealt with Bachinger and Nicolas May. In the first round, another victory was obtained. The opponent was not easy – Dennis Novak, who is in great shape at the start of the season.

Now, for reaching the next round, the Finn needs to play with Gombos, who in the first round knocked out Carreno-Busta in three sets. Ruusuvuori should be glad to such an opponent. Slovak is clearly lower than the Spaniard, so there are chances to win. He is even a favorite of the game. However, Norbert has gained a solid form now and the Indore coating for him is the most convenient.

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