Marcos Giron vs Brandon Nakashima – Final – Preview & Prediction | 2022 San Diego Open
When is Marcos Giron vs Brandon Nakashima on and what time does it start? Marcos Giron vs Brandon Nakashima will take place on Monday 26th September, 2022 – not before 01:00 (UK)
Where is Marcos Giron vs Brandon Nakashima taking place? Marcos Giron vs Brandon Nakashima will take place at Barnes Tennis Center in San Diego, USA
What surface is Marcos Giron vs Brandon Nakashima being played on? Marcos Giron vs Brandon Nakashima will take place on an outdoor hard court
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What channel is Marcos Giron vs Brandon Nakashima on in the UK? Marcos Giron vs Brandon Nakashima will not be televised live in the UK
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Two Californians will contest the San Diego Open final here, with third-seed Marcos Giron facing San Diego native Brandon Nakashima as both aim for a maiden ATP title. World number 58 Marcos Giron stunned the top seed Dan Evans on Saturday to earn his first-ever tour final at 29 years old and he is deserving of this chance after coming through without dropping a set in a masterful week. 21-year-old Nakashima will play his third tour final having lost his first two in back-to-back weeks around this time last season, to Cam Norrie at the Los Cabos Open and John Isner in Atlanta. The fifth seed has played one more round than Giron this week but that has only helped endear him with local fans who will pull more in his direction than his compatriot here.
It is a shame for Giron that he will have to play against the majority support in his first final on home soil but the former college player will perhaps have more experience in these conditions than Nakashima. Three sets seem likely here, so back Nakashima to win at least one of them backed by the San Diego crowd and leave the victor up to chance.