The current champion Stefanos Tsitsipas will play with Vasek Pospisil. Will the Greek confirm his status? – Don’t miss our free 1/4 Final Prediction.

At what time are Pospisil vs Tsitsipas to play?
The game time is February 21, 2020, at 16:20 pm (UTC+1).

What are the players’ positions in ATP rankings?
Vasek Pospisil takes the 98th position and Stefanos Tsitsipas takes the 6th position in ATP Tour Rankings.

How many wins and losses does Pospisil have?
Vasek Pospisil has won 70% of the games as a favorite.

How many wins and losses does Tsitsipas have?
Stefanos Tsitsipas has won 62% of the games as a favorite.

Vasek Pospisil

Pospisil started these competitions very well, beating Emil Ruusuvuori (7-6, 6-3) and Hubert Gurkach (6-3, 6-4) in the first two rounds. The Canadian feed flies again. For two matches on his account 23 aces and at least 76% of the goals won in the first serve.

Recently, Vasek scored a great game form. Thanks to his confident game, he visited the Montpellier finals and the second round of Rotterdam. On the account of the Canadian win over Daniil Medvedev, David Goffin and Denis Shapovalov.

This season, Pospisil suddenly began to play on a completely different level. After all, the player began to go to the court with an incredible mood and this is displayed on his results, because he fights on the court for every ball, which has never happened before. Vasek has ceased to depend on the pitch, as he easily and effortlessly competes in protracted strikes. But differences occur, which is only worth his defeat to Ivo Karlovic at the Australian Open, while in three sets.

Now Vasek is progressing and gaining shape, perhaps he will be able to defeat another top 10 tennis player this season, because earlier he had shut down Daniil Medvedev in Rotterdam and played in Montpellier in the final with Gael Monfils.

Stefanos Tsitsipas

In 2019, Tsitsipas didn’t lose a single set in Marseille, and in the final he confidently beat Mikhail Kukushkin. It seems that this time Stefanos wants to continue what he started. In the previous round, the Greek beat Mikael Ymer too easily (6-1, 6-3).

Last week, Tsitsipas took part in a tournament in Rotterdam. In the Netherlands, he managed to pass only Hubert Gourcach (6-7, 6-3, 6-1). Already in the next match, he lost to Aljaj Beden (5-7, 4-6).

Tsitsipas is definitely the future leader of the ATP tour. Stefanos stands out not only for his versatility, but also for his attitude to tennis, because he spends all his time in training and does everything possible to just continue to progress. What is his last year’s win at the Final Tournament worth, where he closed all candidates for the title on his way. The representative of Greece already has in his arsenal one of the best one-handed backends, and he is only 21 years old.

In this match, Stefanos will try to dominate, but now he is not in perfect condition and can repeat the fate of Medvedev in Rotterdam.

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Highlights

  • In 2017, on the grass, Pospisil beat Tsitsipas in two sets.
  • This season, the Canadian won seven matches in the hall. Greek – two.
  • Over the years, the Greek has added in all aspects of the game.
Vasek PospisilvsStefanos Tsitsipas
98ATP Rank6
29 (1990.06.23)Age21 (1998.08.12)
Vernon, CanadaBirthplaceAthens, Greece
Freeport, BahamasResidenceMonte Carlo, Monaco
6’4″ (193 cm)Height6’4″ (193 cm)
194 lbs (88 kg)Weight196 lbs (89 kg)
Right-HandedPlaysRight-Handed
Two-HandedBackhandOne-Handed
2007Turned Pro2016
6/4YTD Won/Lost3/4
0YTD Titles0
111/146CAREER W/L107/66
0Career Titles4
$5,789,272Career Prize Money$10,824,098

Singles Service Record

Vasek PospisilSingles Service Record on hardStefanos Tsitsipas
1,662Aces889
632Double Faults248
57%1st Serve61%
76%1st Serve Points Won77%
51%2nd Serve Points Won53%
1,012Break Points Faced604
64%Break Points Saved64%
2,239Service Games Played1,513
84%Service Games Won86%
65%Total Service Points Won68%

Singles Return Record

Vasek PospisilSingles Return Record on hardStefanos Tsitsipas
26%1st Serve Return Points Won26%
45%2nd Serve Return Points Won47%
936Break Points Opportunities679
37%Break Points Converted38%
2,211Return Games Played1,485
16%Return Games Won17%
33%Return Points Won34%
50%Total Points Won51%

Previous Head-to-Head Meetings

YearEventSurfaceRNDWinner
2017s-HertogenboschOutdoor GrassQ2Vasek Pospisil

Pospisil vs Tsitsipas Predictions

In recent matches, Pospisil complains of pain in the knee and if he really acts with microdamage, he will not be able to withstand the high pace of the game against Tsitsipas. In addition, Stefanos played against Ymer at the highest level and will now try to shoot at this tournament.

Tsitsipas has a great welcome. Thanks to this, he can cope with a strong serve. In the draws, the Canadian is inferior to the Greek, so it’s unlikely that the favorite will pass. We believe that Stefanos will get a landslide win.

  • Our prediction: Tsitsipas Will Win.

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