1/64 final of ATP Grand Slam at Wimbledon. This is definitely the biggest matchup of the first day as Thiem is one of the best players we have today and Querrey is a great player on hard/grass courts. To have more insights on this ATP Dominic Thiem vs Sam Querrey match please check out the preview below.
Dominic is having the best season of his career so far as he’s reached 4th ranking once again. He’s still only 25 years old and is considered to be the next king of clay by many experts. He’s defeated most of the top10 players this season including victories over Federer, Nadal, and Djokovic. There is no concern about him being great on clay but there is a different story on grass as Wimbledon’s grass is one of the fastest and players who love to play on clay tend to struggle there a bit. Thiem hasn’t debuted on grass this season and doesn’t have a good win rate overall by winning 14 out of 29 matches on grass throughout his career.
There is no doubt about his skill and abilities but he still has to prove himself on grass and tomorrow will be a good chance to start his journey here in the right way.
Sam is 31 years old American currently ranked 65 overall but has reached 11th rank last year. Querrey is a great player on fast grounds and Wimbledon’s grass fits his play style very well. He is tall and that leads to him being able to serve incredibly well and he is also good at rallies and playing at the baseline. Sam dropped out to 65th spot due to some injuries that have occurred at the start of the season and he couldn’t play a lot. Anyway at the first tournament on grass this year at Eastbourne he showed how well he can play and managed to reach the final where he fell short against other American Taylor Fritz. It seems like Querrey is finally healed and can show up at his best shape again. This guy can’t be underestimated and he’s proved that many times before.
Dominic Thiem vs Sam Querrey H2H
Thiem is leading the H2H by 3 wins to 1.
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