The tournament in the capital of Chile is its hot stage and in the next quarterfinal match the Brazilian Thiago Moura Monteiro and the Spaniard Albert Ramos-Vinolas will decide who will pass to the semifinals. Who has more chances? – Read it out in our prediction.

At what time are Thiago Moura Monteiro and Albert Ramos-Vinolas to play?
The game time is February 28, 2020, at 1:30 PM (UTC-3).

What are the players’ positions in ATP rankings?
Thiago Moura Monteiro takes the 88th position and Albert Ramos-Vinolas takes the 45th position in ATP Tour Rankings.

How many wins and losses does Monteiro have?
Thiago Moura Monteiro has won 39.6% of the games as a favorite.

How many wins and losses does Ramos-Vinolas have?
Albert Ramos-Vinolas has won 47.6% of the games as a favorite.

Thiago Moura Monteiro

Last year’s season Thiago won three ground level Challenger tournaments and broke into the TOP 100. Now Monteiro controls the 88th position in ATP. This season the Brazilian started successfully too: 14 wins / 6 losses. In early February 2020, the representative of Brazil won the tournament in Punta del Este (clay, Challenger, prize money: $54,160). At the current tournament Thiago defeated Leonardo Mayer (6-7, 6-3, 6-4) and Roberto Carballes Baena(6-1, 6-4).

Thiago is not bad at medium-range speed games, which fully reveal his ability to make sharp crosses from the forward, as well as sharp crosses from the backend counter. At the same time, Monteiro clearly lacks stability on the pitch, especially when it comes to the second entry. The latter is increasingly playing in favor of his opponents.

Albert Ramos-Vinolas

The Spanish athlete is 32 years old, he is in 45th place in the world ranking. Ramos prize pool is $7,369,230. Last year’s season was very successful for his level: 48 victories and the 33th place in the ATP ranking. In 2019, the Spaniard won the less prestigious Gstaad Ground Tournament (prizes: €524,340). At the current competition in Santiago Ramos, he performs for the first time. A native of Spain managed to defeat Juan Pablo Varillas here (7-6, 6-2).

The key to Ramos’ so confident victory was his reliable game at the reception. He was able to make deep backhauls under the back line over and over again, instantly taking control of the draw.

Betting Tips Statistics


  • The athletes met 4 times with each other. The Spaniard succeeded 4 times
  • Thiago won 3 matches out of the last five
  • Albert got 2 victories in his 5 matches
Thiago MonteirovsAlbert Ramos-Vinolas
88ATP Rank45
25 (1994.05.31)Age32 (1988.01.17)
Fortaleza, BrazilBirthplaceBarcelona, Spain
Fortaleza, BrazilResidenceLa Massana, Andorra
6’0″ (183 cm)Height6’2″ (188 cm)
172 lbs (78 kg)Weight168 lbs (76 kg)
2011Turned Pro2007
4/5YTD Won/Lost5/5
0YTD Titles0
38/58CAREER W/L213/235
0Career Titles2
$1,370,666Career Prize Money$7,599,383

Singles Service Record

Thiago MonteiroSingles Service Record on hardAlbert Ramos-Vinolas
61Double Faults480
63%1st Serve60%
71%1st Serve Points Won69%
54%2nd Serve Points Won51%
143Break Points Faced1,244
55%Break Points Saved62%
285Service Games Played2,012
77%Service Games Won77%
64%Total Service Points Won62%

Singles Return Record

Thiago MonteiroSingles Return Record on hardAlbert Ramos-Vinolas
22%1st Serve Return Points Won26%
46%2nd Serve Return Points Won48%
105Break Points Opportunities992
35%Break Points Converted37%
286Return Games Played2,04
13%Return Games Won18%
32%Return Points Won35%
48%Total Points Won49%

Previous Head-to-Head Meetings

2018QuitoOutdoor ClaySFAlbert Ramos-Vinolas
2017BastadOutdoor ClayR16Albert Ramos-Vinolas
2019GenovaOutdoor ClayQFAlbert Ramos-Vinolas
2019MunichOutdoor ClayQ1Thiago Monteiro

Monteiro vs Ramos-Vinolas Predictions

It’s not easy enough to identify the favorite of the upcoming encounter. In his class Ramos is higher his opponent. It’s not for nothing that the difference in the opponent’s rating is 43 positions in favor of the Spanish tennis player. Personal meetings also speak in favor of Albert (3 – 1). However, three out of four head-to-heads ended in the third set. It means that the represented tennis players are perfectly familiar with the opponent’s style of play. Monteiro is now in great shape and looks no worse than Ramos on the court.

  • Our prediction: Thiago Moura Monteiro Will Win.