Andrey Rublev vs. Danilo Petrovic - 6/20/20 Adria Tour Tennis Picks, Odds, and Predictions
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Danilo Petrovic vs. Andrey Rublev - 2020 Adria Tour
Saturday, June 20 2020
Andrey Rublev meets Danilo Petrovic in his second match on the second weekend of the 2020 Adria Tour. Rublev has been in incredible form in 2020, can he continue to use that momentum, or will the break have caught up with him and potentially allow for a Petrovic victory?
Andrey Rublev has been spectacular in 2020, winning two titles already and showing us all that he is one of the players to watch out for on the tour. Rublev has beaten the likes of Roger Federer in the last year and when he is on top of his game, he can challenge anyone on the tour. Rublev has an amazing serve, a powerful forehand, and a lighting quick backhand, allowing him to control the game from all aspects. Rublev will want to wear off the rust quickly after the tennis break and I am sure that he will come out here playing his heart out to remind us that he is one of the best youngsters in the game.
Danilo Petrovic will be hoping that he can gather up an upset, but he must start praying now. Petrovic is not an ATP Tour level player, he is a Challenger player. Petrovic has not got the experience or the skillset to compete with these players and he will have to play lights out tennis if he is to stand a chance. Petrovic might have no pressure and he might be able to play freely and win some incredible points, but will he have enough to cause an upset?
This will be the first meeting between both players, and unfortunately for Danilo Petrovic, this match might be over before it even starts. Rublev is so good and he will want to come out and show us that he is here and he is here to stay. Rublev is so fast, so powerful and so unpredictable that it will be extremely hard for Petrovic to even win a set. Petrovic will have to give it his all, and even that will not be enough. You cannot back against a guy who has won 2 titles already this year. Give me Rublev.
Andrey Rublev to win.