Hubert Hurkacz vs Borna Coric ATP Erste Bank Open Tennis 2022 Quarter-Final Schedule, Date, Time, Prediction, Head To Head, Odds, Results, Score, Tickets, Live Stream

Hubert Hurkacz vs Borna Coric ATP Erste Bank Open Tennis 2022 Quarter-Final Schedule, Date, Time, Prediction, Head To Head, Odds, Results, Score, Tickets, Live Stream

A look at Hubert Hurkacz vs Borna Coric ATP Vienna Open Tennis 2022 prediction and head-to-head record

Hubert Hurkacz will face Borna Coric at the last eight of the ATP Vienna Open 2022.

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

Hubert Hurkacz vs Borna Coric ATP Erste Bank Open Tennis 2022 Schedule, Date, Time, Prediction, Head To Head, Odds, Results, Score, Tickets And Live Stream

Hubert Hurkacz vs Borna Coric ATP Vienna Open Tennis 2022 H2H Record

Venue: Vienna, Austria

Prize Money: €2,349,180

October 28, 2022, Friday

The Tickets for the tournament can be purchased here.

When Are Where To Watch: Live Stream And TV Telecast

                           USA                           UK                           India

Time:           11:30 am           |                4:30 pm        |             9:00 pm

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Channel:     Tennis Channel | Amazon Prime Video

Head To Head: 1-1

They divided the winnings in their first two encounters.

Coric won on clay in Monte-Carlo in 2019 while Hurkacz won on hard court in the ATP Cup in 2020.

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Prediction

Hubert Hurkacz maintained his tournament chances on Thursday by winning against a challenging opponent for the second match in a row.

The Pole defeated Emil Ruusuvuori of Finland in the second round in another three-set match, winning 7-5, 4-6, 6-3, and moving on to the quarterfinals in two hours and 19 minutes. The Pole required two hours and 23 minutes to defeat Frances Tiafoe in the opening round. He overcame Ruusuvuori with 21 aces in addition to defeating the American with 28 aces. Hurkacz also won 81 percent (46 of 57) of the points he served first. He broke his opponent twice during the match, getting the only breaks in the first and third sets on returns.

Hurkacz won on Thursday, marking his 40th triumph of the year. In Metz, Astana, and Antwerp, the 11th-ranked player in the world has gone to the quarterfinals, where she will compete for the fourth consecutive match. Despite reaching the semis in Metz, he lost in the final eight in the other two championships. He will want to reach his sixth semifinal of the year after finishing second at the Canadian Open and winning his fifth ATP championship in Halle.

On the other hand, Stefanos Tsitsipas, the second seed, was defeated by Borna Coric for the second time this year and third time overall after overcoming a set deficit. The Greek has never defeated the Croatian in a completed match, and the trend held true even though Coric fought valiantly for two hours and 44 minutes.

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Coric saved nine of his twelve break points while converting half of them in the match, which had to be decided in a tiebreak in the third set. And a single minibreak determined the game’s result. After taking a 3-2 lead in the minibreak, Coric prevailed, and he later kept his cool and served to win the match 4-6, 6-4, 7-6. (7-4).

Both players have won consecutive three-set matches, and one more is anticipated on Friday. It will be close, but given Hurkacz’s recent indoor court consistency, he might defeat the Croatian.

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