1/16 final of ATP Grand Slam at Wimbledon. This will be a very exciting match between two of Top25 players in the world and should definitely be a close one. To have more insights on this ATP Matteo Berrettini vs Diego Schwartzman match please check out the preview below.
23 years old Italian is having the best season of his career as he has climbed up to the 20th spot in the rankings. This is only his second season while playing on grass and the result is astounding – 10 wins out of 11 matches played. He’s won a tournament at Stuttgart and only lost against Goffin in the second final at Halle. The first struggles at Wimbledon came at the opening round against Bedene when Italian were down by a set and lost his first serve in the second set as well but managed to recover and won the match 3 sets to 1. He’s also defeated Baghdatis in the second round in straight sets. Berrettini’s play style fits fast grounds very well as he is good in almost every area of the game and has improved a lot as well.
26 years old Argentinian is currently being ranked 24th. Diego’s play style is very similar to Nishikori’s as Schwartzman might be a little weaker version of Japanese, who is one of the top talents today. Schwartzman is a lot more experienced than his tomorrow’s opponent but his appearance on grass was not quite promising before the grass season started as he only had 1 victory in 8 matches played before. Well, he stepped up his game on this ground big time as Schwartzman has already won 6 matches on grass this season while defeating such players like Cilic and Fognini on the way. Diego had no problems at the first two rounds but the competition was not the strongest one. Tomorrow will show exactly at what shape Schwartzman is playing right now and if he can give a fight for a heavy favorite Matteo Berrettini.
Matteo Berrettini vs Diego Schwartzman H2H
Schwartzman has won a single match these players have played against each other at Rome this year.
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