Hubert Hurkacz vs Pablo Carreno Busta – Final – Preview & Prediction | 2022 Canada Masters
When is Hubert Hurkacz vs Pablo Carreno Busta on and what time does it start? Hubert Hurkacz vs Pablo Carreno Busta will take place on Sunday 14th August, 2022 – not before 21:00 (UK)
Where is Hubert Hurkacz vs Pablo Carreno Busta taking place? Hubert Hurkacz vs Pablo Carreno Busta will take place at IGA Stadium & Sobeys Stadium in Montreal, Canada
What surface is Hubert Hurkacz vs Pablo Carreno Busta being played on? Hubert Hurkacz vs Pablo Carreno Busta will take place on an outdoor hard court
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World number 10 Hubert Hurkacz came back from a set down to beat Casper Ruud on Saturday, serving particularly well to produce 18 aces in a well-contested semi-final. The 25-year-old has played out an odd season so far but he claimed the fifth ATP title of his career at the Halle Open in June, where he beat in-form Nick Kyrgios, and he repeated that feat on Friday with a huge display in three sets. The Pole has the better experience of the two finalists as a former Masters champion from Miami last season but 31-year-old Pablo Carreno Busta has been around the block plenty of times himself. The Spaniard overcame a resurgent Dan Evans in three sets on Saturday, backing up some huge wins this week over the likes of Matteo Berrettini and Jannik Sinner. To reach his first ever Masters final.
Carreno Busta is one of the more erratic performers on tour but well capable of going on streaks like this, especially on hardcourts as a two-time US Open semi-finalist. The Spaniard suddenly finds himself at one of the most important matches of his long career but Hurkacz is a similarly dogged player to beat when in the mood and this should be a lengthy battle on Sunday. The pair share a 1-1 head-to-head record from a win apiece on hardcourts last season but, perhaps crucially, Hurkacz won their only final played at the Moselle Open to claim his fourth ATP title. Back the Pole to win at least a set here as the likelier of two very capable champions but consider adding at least a tiebreak with three of their four sets played seeing one.