Andrey Rublev vs Grigor Dimitrov ATP Vienna Open Tennis 2022 Schedule, Date, Time, Prediction, Head To Head, Odds, Results, Score, Tickets, Live Stream

Andrey Rublev vs Grigor Dimitrov ATP Vienna Open Tennis 2022 Schedule, Date, Time, Prediction, Head To Head, Odds, Results, Score, Tickets, Live Stream

A look at Andrey Rublev vs Grigor Dimitrov ATP Vienna Open Tennis 2022 prediction and head-to-head record

The third-seeded Andrey Rublev will face World No. 32 Grigor Dimitrov in the 2022 Erste Bank Open second round.

Let us have a look at their past performance, current form, and head-to-head records.

Andrey Rublev vs Grigor Dimitrov ATP Erste Bank Open Tennis 2022 Schedule, Date, Time, Prediction, Head To Head, Odds, Results, Score, Tickets And Live Stream

Andrey Rublev vs Grigor Dimitrov ATP Vienna Open Tennis 2022 H2H Record

Venue: Vienna, Austria

Prize Money: €2,349,180

October 27, 2022, Thursday 

The Tickets for the tournament can be purchased here.

When Are Where To Watch: Live Stream And TV Telecast

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Time:           8:00 am           |                1:00 pm        |             5:30 pm

Channel:     Tennis Channel | Amazon Prime Video

Head To Head: 3-2

Rublev has a 3-2 lead over Dimitrov in their previous five meetings. The Russian won their previous encounter at the Indian Wells Masters in 2022 in straight sets.

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Prediction

On Thursday, World No. 32 Grigor Dimitrov will compete against third-seeded Andrey Rublev in the second round of the 2022 Erste Bank Open.

Rublev faced Diego Schwartzman in the first round. In the first set, he broke early and swiftly took the lead 3-1. He had four set points on his opponent’s serve in the ninth game, but he was unable to win the match. The Russian advanced to serve the match at 5-4, but not before fending off three break points. He eventually managed to win the first game on his third set point. Rublev took the match 6-4, 6-1, winning the second set with just one point dropped. The first set was challenged quite evenly.

On the other hand, Thiago Monteiro, a qualifier, and Grigor Dimitrov were drawn together in this opening round. The Bulgarian scored first in the first set, taking a 3-0 lead. He managed to serve the set out without incident to win it and didn’t blow the lead. The second set went identically to the first. Dimitrov effectively broke the serve early to take the lead (3-1). Despite his best efforts, Monteiro was unable to make a significant contribution to the game. To win the match 6-3, 6-4 and end a three-match losing trend, Dimitrov just held onto the early-on advantage he had built up.

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Since winning the championship in Gijon, Rublev has won five times in a row. If Dimitrov can successfully rally with him and put him on the defensive, the Russian’s game might start to wilt a little bit.The eighth-ranked player in the world is currently performing okay, and despite some ups and downs, he has been successful in winning his most recent sessions. In the end, Rublev is likely to prevail against Dimitrov’s challenge and continue his campaign in Vienna.

The Betting Odds are available here.