Ramos-Vinolas vs. Raonic
|Date & Time||Sunday May 29, 2016, 9:00 PM (EDT)|
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Milos Raonic and Albert Ramos-Vinolas meet in the fourth round of the 2016 French Open.
Milos Raonic is coming off a straight sets win over Andrej Martin that took 30 games to decide. In the victory, Raonic won 69 percent of his first serve points and 49 percent of his second serve points. Raonic has yet to drop a set this tournament and has racked up 76 winners in his last two matches. Raonic looks confident, is hitting his spots and has had less than 30 unforced errors in two of his three matches. Raonic looks like he’s going to be a tough out regardless of the competition in his current form. Raonic looks to reach the quarterfinals for the fifth time in his last eight grand slam appearances. Raonic looks for back to back quarterfinal appearances in the French Open.
Albert Ramos-Vinolas is coming off a five set win over Jack Sock that was decided in 53 games. In the victory, Ramos-Vinolas won 72 percent of his first serve points and 48 percent of his second serve points. Ramos-Vinolas has been able to hang in there due to getting no less than 61 percent of his first serves in play, putting pressure on his opponent. Ramos-Vinolas has racked up 20 aces in his three matches and has a chance for another big victory if he can stay consistent with his first serve. Ramos-Vinolas has never reached the quarterfinals of a grand slam. This is the first time Ramos-Vinolas has played in the fourth round of a grand slam.
These two met once which was Canada vs. Spain in 2013, a match Raonic won in four sets. This will be the first time these two meet on clay court.
You have to give Ramos-Vinolas credit with the way he’s playing, but the later we get in a tournament the more guys start to separate themselves. Raonic is playing very well right now and has far less wear and tear on his body overall.
You have to like Raonic to win this match simply with his current form and overall experience in these type of matches.