The first match of Quarter-finals of ATP Grand Slam at Wimbledon. This will be a great match as two of the most underrated participants of quarter-finals will face off against each other. To have more insights on this ATP Guido Pella vs Roberto Bautista-Agut match please check out the preview below.

 

Guido Pella

29 years old Argentinian, who is currently being ranked 26th overall. He managed to surprise everyone by reaching this stage at one of the biggest tournaments of the year. Pella was placed as an underdog by bookmakers in most of the matches he played but managed to come out on top. Victories against Seppi and Copil were not that surprising. However, the ones against Kevin Anderson and Milos Raonic meant a lot. By defeating last year’s finalist Kevin Anderson and another great big man Raonic, Argentinian proved to be a top tier player on grass this year. Pella is well known for his ability to play on clay but this year he’s transitioned his game-style to Wimbledon as well. Argentinian is a fighter who can never be underestimated as he’s proved many times throughout this tournament.

 

Roberto Bautista-Agut

31 years old Spaniard, who is currently being ranked 22nd, hasn’t participated at Wimbledon last year but the comeback he’s doing this year is incredible. Bautista hasn’t lost a single set this tournament yet. He defeated Gojowczyk, Darcis, Khachanov, and Paire all in straight sets. Bautista is looking dominant as he usually does against potentially weaker opposition but the main struggle begins when he faces some of the best players. Well, seems like Bautista had a little bit of luck of draw. He doesn’t have to play against any of the top10 players here at quarter-final. Overall Spaniard has a great play-style who fits this ground very well. His serve, forehand, backhand, and overall form have looked at the top form. Expect Bautista to keep this kind of performance as tomorrow’s opponent is a very good match for the Spaniard.

 

Guido Pella vs Roberto Bautista-Agut H2H

Bautista is leading H2H by 2 wins to 0.

 

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