On his profile clay, Cuevas is able to dominate despite his considerable age. It’s only on fast surfacing that Pablo slows down noticeably, because not only that he lacks speed but also power in his strikes. Will a Uruguayan be able to increase his power? – Consult our prediction below.
At what time are Jurij Rodionov and Pablo Cuevas to play?
The game time is March 6, 2020, at 4:30 PM (UTC+1).
What are the players’ positions in ATP rankings?
Jurij Rodionov takes the 168th position and Pablo Cuevas takes the 60th position in ATP Tour Rankings.
How many wins and losses does Rodionov have?
Jurij Rodionov has won 62.67% of the games as a favorite.
How many wins and losses does Cuevas have?
Pablo Cuevas has won 62.35% of the games as a favorite.
Rodionov has only recently moved into professionals, but has already experienced different periods in his career. After all, he confidently debuted, but then began to stomp on the spot and lost points. Now the representative of Austria has found his game again, because he had already won two Challengers and returned to the top 200. But Jurij still acts on the court with variable success and has problems with those players who have to close on the class. It’s all because of his super attacking manner of play and his dependence on serve. Last season the tennis player tried to improve his performance on the viscous ground, but nothing came out of it.
Cuevas has always been and still is the tennis player who, on the profile ground, can fight back against any opponent. All this thanks to a huge arsenal of all kinds of strikes that Pablo has in his asset. He can act in a variety of ways in the course of one drawing, that is, start with the first number, and then go into deaf defense. With this flexibility, he is able to dominate the back line. The Uruguayan’s arsenal has another cannon feed, which makes it easy for him to score points. And don’t forget the one-handed backhand.
Betting Tips Statistics
- The athletes never met on court
- Last match against Istomin (3-6, 6-7) was the only one Rodionov lost in his last 5 matches
- Cuevas lost his last 3 matches
|Jurij Rodionov||vs||Pablo Cuevas|
|20 (1999.05.16)||Age||34 (1986.01.01)|
|Nuremberg, Germany||Birthplace||Concordia, Argentina|
|Matzen, Austria||Residence||Salto, Uruguay|
|6’3″ (191 cm)||Height||5’11” (180 cm)|
|190 lbs (86 kg)||Weight||173 lbs (78 kg)|
|$153,575||Career Prize Money||$8,747,239|
Singles Service Record
|Jurij Rodionov||Singles Service Record on hard||Pablo Cuevas|
|1st Serve Points Won||71%|
|2nd Serve Points Won||50%|
|Break Points Faced||943|
|Break Points Saved||60%|
|Service Games Played||1,613|
|Service Games Won||76%|
|Total Service Points Won||63%|
Singles Return Record
|Jurij Rodionov||Singles Return Record on hard||Pablo Cuevas|
|1st Serve Return Points Won||26%|
|2nd Serve Return Points Won||47%|
|Break Points Opportunities||763|
|Break Points Converted||36%|
|Return Games Played||1,64|
|Return Games Won||17%|
|Return Points Won||34%|
|Total Points Won||49%|
Rodionov vs Cuevas Predictions
If the match had been held on the ground, we could have loaded Cuevas to win without delay. But Pablo hasn’t been able to do anything on fast surfaces lately, he can’t make it to the balls and loses to his opponents in power. Therefore, Jurij Rodionov is obliged to use this and get the victory.
- Our prediction: Jurij Rodionov Will Win.