Andrey Rublev vs Yoshihito Nishioka – Semi-Final – Preview & Prediction | 2022 Citi Open
When is Andrey Rublev vs Yoshihito Nishioka on and what time does it start? Andrey Rublev vs Yoshihito Nishioka will take place on Sunday 7th August, 2022 – not before 02:00 (UK)
Where is Andrey Rublev vs Yoshihito Nishioka taking place? Andrey Rublev vs Yoshihito Nishioka will take place at the Fitzgerald Tennis Center in Washington, USA
What surface is Andrey Rublev vs Yoshihito Nishioka being played on? Andrey Rublev vs Yoshihito Nishioka will take place on an outdoor hard court
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World number eight Andrey Rublev put in a hugely impressive effort on Friday to first finish off his round of 16 match with in-form Maxime Cressy and then blast past J.J. Wolf in the quarter-final. The 24-year-old is yet to drop a set this week in Washington and he will fancy his chances at claiming a fourth ATP title this season to bring his career total up to 12, with five of his current number coming at this ATP 500 level. World number 96 Yoshihito Nishioka is one of two surprise semi-finalists this week in Washington, with Mikael Ymer matching his herculean efforts on the other side of the draw. The 26-year-old come into the Citi Open with no form to speak of but four-straight victories over top 40 players in Jenson Brooksby, Alex de Minaur, Karen Khachanov and now Dan Evans makes up the best run of his career. Rublev should be one step too far but the pair share a 1-1 head-to-head record that makes backing straight sets seem a risk, especially given the Japanese’s likely sky-high confidence. Back Rublev to win outright here.