At the start of the ATP-500 tournament in Acapulco, Kyle Edmund from Great Britain and Feliciano Lopez representing the organization of winemakers in Spain will fight.
Feliciano is already a very old tennis player who counts on his serve, periodically straining his opponents with deep and creeping left-handed games at the reception. This sometimes bears fruit, especially when Lopez rivals experience backhand problems. Edmund, frankly, does not experience any special blows with this element, gaining a very decent shape to everything (Kyle won in New York, having eaten almost everyone with a large margin).
At what time are Kyle Edmund vs Feliciano Lopez to play?
The game time is February 25, 2020, at 06:00 (GMT+3).
What are the players’ positions in ATP rankings?
Kyle Edmund takes the 44th positions and Feliciano Lopez takes the 52nd positions in ATP Tour Rankings.
How many wins and losses does Kyle Edmund have?
Kyle Edmund has won 81% of the games as a favorite.
How many wins and losses does Feliciano Lopez have?
Feliciano Lopez has won 84% of the games as a favorite.
A deliberate abandonment of the Delray Beach tournament, after a successful performance in New York, where the Briton won the title, is not too bewildered. In fact, Kyle takes a break, referring to microtrauma, but in fact this is a simple rotation of the tournament to a more prestigious one. Nevertheless, in the USA Edmund showed a good game, activating his forehand over and over again, and, in general, serving well throughout the competition.
Feliciano Lopez, despite his age, is still not bad at playing on his first ball. In his game, much comes precisely from this component, and if the Spaniard does not have the first serve, then he has practically nothing to surprise opponents with. At first, Lopez spent 6 fights, winning three of them, while he won the lightweight wins only once, all the other matches he spent in a tense struggle.
|Kyle Edmund||vs||Feliciano Lopez|
|25 (1995.01.08)||Age||38 (1981.09.20)|
|Johannesburg, South Africa||Birthplace||Toledo, Spain|
|Nassau, Bahamas||Residence||Madrid, Spain|
|6’2″ (188 cm)||Height||6’2″ (188 cm)|
|183 lbs (83 kg)||Weight||194 lbs (88 kg)|
|$5,531,459||Career Prize Money||$17,350,913|
Singles Service Record
|Kyle Edmund||Singles Service Record on clay||Feliciano Lopez|
|70%||1st Serve Points Won||72%|
|53%||2nd Serve Points Won||51%|
|352||Break Points Faced||1,717|
|62%||Break Points Saved||64%|
|596||Service Games Played||3,118|
|78%||Service Games Won||80%|
|63%||Total Service Points Won||64%|
Singles Return Record
|Kyle Edmund||Singles Return Record on clay||Feliciano Lopez|
|31%||1st Serve Return Points Won||29%|
|49%||2nd Serve Return Points Won||45%|
|297||Break Points Opportunities||1,519|
|49%||Break Points Converted||36%|
|585||Return Games Played||3,127|
|25%||Return Games Won||17%|
|38%||Return Points Won||35%|
|51%||Total Points Won||49%|
Previous Head-to-Head Meetings
|2019||Davis Cup Finals||Indoor Hard||SF||Kyle Edmund|
Kyle Edmund vs Feliciano Lopez Predictions
Both guys approach the tournament in Mexico quite rested, and I won’t be surprised if they play 3 games, but still, a youth, and the power of Kyle Edmund should prevail over the monotony of the servants and the will of the Spaniard.