Boss Open Predictions: Roman Safiullin Vs Matteo Berrettini – Tuesday 11 June 2024



DAY 2 – Tuesday 11 June 2024, Tennisclub Weissenhof, Stuttgart, Germany.

  • The match up: Roman Safiullin vs Matteo Berrettini
  • Event Name: BOSS OPEN
  • Match Date: Tuesday 11 June 2024
  • Day Of Event: DAY 2
  • Event Address: Tennisclub Weissenhof, Stuttgart, Germany

Let’s have a look at all the career, performance and head-to-head stats for the match and find out if Roman Safiullin or Matteo Berrettini is expected to win.

Match Details:

Roman Safiullin vs Matteo Berrettini – Tuesday 11 June 2024 – BOSS OPEN – Tennisclub Weissenhof, Stuttgart, Germany

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Roman Safiullin vs Matteo Berrettini Head-to-Head, Preview, Stats & Pick:

Head To Head First Tour-Level Meeting.

In a thrilling clash of tennis titans, Roman Safiullin and Matteo Berrettini are set to face off for the first time at the tour level. The two players have met before, with Safiullin edging out Berrettini in a hard-fought battle at the Shenzhen Open qualifying rounds in China. The Russian emerged victorious in a grueling three-set encounter, winning 6-7(3), 6-4, 7-6(4).

Safiullin, aged 26, is currently ranked 43rd in the world and reached a career-high ranking of 36 in January 2024. His breakthrough came in August 2022 when he broke into the top 100. In 2023, Safiullin had an impressive run, clinching a personal-best 20 wins. He made it to his first ATP Tour final in Chengdu and stunned the tennis world by defeating world number two Carlos Alcaraz at the ATP Masters 1000 event in Paris, reaching the third round as a qualifier.

One of Safiullin’s most notable achievements was his debut at Wimbledon as the lowest-ranked player in the main draw. Despite his underdog status, he managed to reach the quarterfinals, becoming the lowest-ranked player to do so since Nick Kyrgios in 2014. Safiullin has already proven himself on the big stage, defeating two-time champion Stefanos Tsitsipas to reach the semifinals at the 2022 Marseille tournament. He also reached the semifinals on indoor hard courts in Tel Aviv that same year.

Before his professional career, Safiullin had an impressive junior record, with a stunning 105-21 win-loss ratio and 11 titles on the ITF Junior Circuit. His junior career reached its pinnacle when he emerged as the champion of the 2015 Australian Open, defeating future stars such as Daniil Medvedev, Andrey Rublev, and Karen Khachanov.

For Berrettini, aged 28, this tournament holds a special significance as he aims to continue his success on grass courts. The Italian player, currently ranked 95th in the world, achieved a career-high ranking of 6 after an impressive run to the semifinals of the 2022 Australian Open. Berrettini’s accomplishment made him the third-highest-ranked Italian player since the PIF ATP Rankings were established in 1973, following in the footsteps of Jannik Sinner (ranked 2nd in 2024) and Adriano Panatta (ranked 4th in 1976).

Berrettini’s breakthrough onto the international stage came at the 2021 Wimbledon Championships, where he became the first-ever Italian men’s singles finalist in the tournament’s history. Additionally, he became the first Italian male singles finalist at a Grand Slam event since Panatta’s run at the 1976 Roland Garros. Berrettini’s success extended beyond Grand Slam events, as he became the first Italian man to reach the quarterfinals in all four majors. He also secured a victory at the Nitto ATP Finals, defeating Dominic Thiem in the round-robin stage.

The Italian player boasts an outstanding record on grass, with a formidable 36-8 win-loss ratio and four of his eight ATP Tour titles earned on this surface. Notably, Berrettini won the prestigious London/Queen’s Club tournament consecutively in 2021 and 2022, making him the first player in the Open Era to achieve this feat in his first two appearances at the event. Berrettini also clinched victories against world number three players, beating Thiem in the 2021 ATP Cup team final and Casper Ruud in the 2023 United Cup team final, which stand as some of his career’s most significant triumphs.

As the only two-time champion in Stuttgart’s grass-court era since 2015, Berrettini has established himself as a dominant force on this surface. However, it is worth noting that this tournament marks his return to competition since the ATP Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo event in April. With both Safiullin and Berrettini showcasing their exceptional skills, fans can expect an intense battle on the tennis court as these talented players seek to make their mark in Stuttgart.

Roman Safiullin vs Matteo Berrettini Prediction:

I believe Roman Safiullin will win in straight sets.
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James Morris
James Morris
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