Carlos Alcaraz vs Filip Krajinovic – Round of 16 – Preview & Prediction | 2022 Hamburg European Open
When is Carlos Alcaraz vs Filip Krajinovic on and what time does it start? Carlos Alcaraz vs Filip Krajinovic will take place on Thursday 21st July, 2022 – not before 17:00 (UK)
Where is Carlos Alcaraz vs Filip Krajinovic taking place? Carlos Alcaraz vs Filip Krajinovic will take place at Am Rothenbaum in Hamburg, Germany
What surface is Carlos Alcaraz vs Filip Krajinovic being played on? Carlos Alcaraz vs Filip Krajinovic will take place on an outdoor clay court
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World number six Carlos Alcaraz came back from a set down to beat Nicola Kuhn on Tuesday in an initially scrappy return to the clay. The 19-year-old had not played since a four-set defeat to Jannik Sinner in the round of 16 at Wimbledon, one of the best matches of the season on tour, as he proved himself a worthy top 10 player across all surfaces. Alcaraz has won four ATP titles this season including Masters events in Miami and Madrid, with the Rio Open and Barcelona Open bringing his career total of titles up to five, four of which have come on clay. The Spaniard won his first of those at the Umag Open around this time last season, where he beat Filip Krajinovic in three sets in the quarter-finals. World number 43 Krajinovic has been in strong form in recent weeks, with a surprising run to the final of Queen’s on his least favoured surface boosting his confidence to no end, and he has already stunned a young rising star this week with a three-set victory over Sebastian Baez.
Three sets would not be a surprise here after Alcaraz’s opener but straight sets would not be either. Err on the side of caution and take the top seed to win outright.