Holger Rune vs Alexander Bublik – Quarter-Final – Preview & Prediction | 2022 Moselle Open
When is Holger Rune vs Alexander Bublik on and what time does it start? Holger Rune vs Alexander Bublik will take place on Friday 23rd September, 2022 – not before 18:20 (UK)
Where is Holger Rune vs Alexander Bublik taking place? Holger Rune vs Alexander Bublik will take place at Arenes de Metz in Metz, France
What surface is Holger Rune vs Alexander Bublik being played on? Holger Rune vs Alexander Bublik will take place on an indoor hard court
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What channel is Holger Rune vs Alexander Bublik on in the UK? Holger Rune vs Alexander Bublik will be televised live on the Amazon Prime app on Smart TVs
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World number 31 Holger Rune was in control of his round of 16 match with Benjamin Bonzi on Thursday before the Frenchman was forced to retire injured. 19-year-old Rune has excelled on his favoured clay this season to win a maiden ATP title at the Munich Open, also won via a retirement by Botic van de Zandschulp, and reach the quarter-finals of Roland-Garros after stunning Stefanos Tsitsipas for a career-best ranking win. The Dane will be well aware of world number 44 Alexander Bublik’s fierce serving as the pair played together in Men’s Doubles at the US Open earlier this month but it is unlikely he will have answers for it in these conditions. It is no surprise that 25-year-old Bublik’s maiden ATP title came on an indoors hardcourt this season at the Montpellier Open back in February and the Kazakh looks in the mood here in Metz after back-to-back comeback wins over Evan Furness and Emil Ruusuvuori. Given his results so far, backing Bublik to win at least a set and for at least one tiebreak in the match looks a suitable way to avoid picking a winner.