Giulio Zeppieri vs Hubert Hurkacz – First Round – Preview & Prediction | 2022 French Open
When is Giulio Zeppieri vs Hubert Hurkacz on and what time does it start? Giulio Zeppieri vs Hubert Hurkacz will take place on Tuesday 24th May, 2022 – not before 14:30 (UK)
Where is Giulio Zeppieri vs Hubert Hurkacz taking place? Giulio Zeppieri vs Hubert Hurkacz will take place at Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France
What surface is Giulio Zeppieri vs Hubert Hurkacz being played on? Giulio Zeppieri vs Hubert Hurkacz will take place on an outdoor clay court
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World number 13 Hubert Hurkacz reached the quarter-finals of two clay Masters events last month, at the Monte-Carlo Open and Madrid Open, but he has struggled against the top players on what remains his least effective surface. The 25-year-old won his first Masters title at last season’s Miami Open but he failed to defend it this year in a semi-final defeat to the eventual champion Carlos Alcaraz. Hurkacz’s four ATP titles have come on hardcourts so far but his greatest run to date was reaching the semi-finals of Wimbledon last season.
World number 215 Giulio Zeppieri has impressed in qualifying matches recently, beating Maxime Cressy and Alex Molcan in the Italian Open qualifiers a few weeks ago and fellow Italian Andreas Seppi this week to make his Roland-Garros debut. The fact that Hurkacz was caught out at this stage last season by a then unknown Botic van de Zandschulp suggests this could be a tricky start for the Pole but backing him to beat the qualifier outright is a sensible concession.