Albert Ramos Vinolas vs. Cedrik-Marcel Stebe
|Date & Time||Sunday July 28, 2019, 9:00 AM (EDT)|
Roy Emerson Arena
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Spanish tennis player, Albert Ramos Vinolas has made it into the final of the 2019 ATP Swiss Open. At this stage of the tournament, Albert Ramos Vinolas will play against Cedrik-Marcel Stebe from Germany.
Albert Ramos Vinolas has looked in supreme form in this tournament and he showed this in the previous round when he defeated Pablo Andujar in straight sets. During the win, Vinolas received serve very well as he won 40% of his receiving points which allowed him to break his opponent’s serve on 3 occasions. In this tournament, Albert Ramos Vinolas has already defeated the number 2, number 6 and number 7 seeds. Vinolas is yet to drop a set in this tournament.
Looking at the past few weeks, Albert Ramos Vinolas has shown great form. Albert Ramos Vinolas made the semifinals of the Swedish Open and the Challenger Perugia prior to arriving at the Swiss Open. Considering his recent form, Albert Ramos Vinolas will be confident in his ability to win the title.
On the other side of the coin, Cedrik-Marcel Stebe won his previous match in 3 sets. It was a close match where Stebe won 67% of his service games and 7 return games. The receiving was particularly impressive from Stebe as he won 52% of his return points. While the receiving was strong, Cedrik-Marcel Stebe will hope to improve his serving as he lost 4 service games.
It has been a good tournament for Cedrik-Marcel Stebe as he has already beaten the likes of Thomas Fabbiano and Corentin Moutet. That being said, this is expected to be a very tough match for Cedrik-Marcel Stebe as he is playing against an opponent who has only lost twice in his last 12 matches.
This will be the first time that Albert Ramos Vinolas and Cedrik-Marcel Stebe will be playing each other at an ATP event.
Taking everything into consideration, I am going to pick Albert Ramos Vinolas to win this match. Albert Ramos Vinolas has been in outstanding form as his record since Wimbledon stands at 10-2. With all the momentum on his side, I see Albert Ramos Vinolas winning this match and lifting his second ATP title.