Marco Cecchinato vs Franco Agamenone – Quarter-Final – Preview & Prediction | 2022 Croatia Open
When is Marco Cecchinato vs Franco Agamenone on and what time does it start? Marco Cecchinato vs Franco Agamenone will take place on Friday 29th July, 2022 – not before 15:00 (UK)
Where is Marco Cecchinato vs Franco Agamenone taking place? Marco Cecchinato vs Franco Agamenone will take place at the International Tennis Center in Umag, Croatia
What surface is Marco Cecchinato vs Franco Agamenone being played on? Marco Cecchinato vs Franco Agamenone will take place on an outdoor clay court
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Former world number 16 Marco Cecchinato rolled back the years with a huge performance to dump recent Hamburg Open champion Lorenzo Musetti out of the Umag Open in straight sets on Thursday. The 29-year-old once reached the semi-finals of Roland-Garros in 2018 on what is by far his most effective surface but he has dwindled over the past few seasons, with his most recent ATP title coming at the Buenos Aires Open in 2019. Cecchinato won his second of three titles here a year earlier and that experience could well see him through to the semi-finals in this first meeting with the relatively inexperienced Franco Agamenone. World number 136 Agamenone, also 29, claimed the first tour-level win of his career this week against Laslo Djere and he backed that up with a huge performance over the fourth seed Sebastian Baez. The lesser-known Italian will set a new career-high ATP world ranking of around 120th no matter the outcome here but we have already seen stories of players coming out from the fringes to go the distance this season and it would not be a huge surprise to see him through. Experience says Cecchinato can be backed to win outright here but the shrewd move could be taking Agamenone to win at least a set.