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The final of the Gstaad Open pits together Pedro Cachin and Albert Ramos Vinolas. Cachin’s journey in 2023 started with disappointment, but as the pressure eased, he found his stride and turned things around. Meanwhile, the experienced Spaniard, Ramos Vinolas, has used this phase of the ATP tour to rediscover his form and regain momentum after a slump earlier in the season. Get the latest tennis betting tips and predictions here.
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Pedro Cachin vs Albert Ramos-Vinolas – Match Predictions
Over 22.5 Games
Cachin has impressed in the Swiss Open, making little work of his rivals to earn four successive straight-set victories. In his duel with defending champion, Roberto Bautista Augut saw more than 22.5 Games. We are predicting a similar outcome against Romos-Vinolas, Bautista-Augut’s compatriot. The Spaniard has forged his path to the final with grit, earning three victories with a deciding set. As the two powerhouses collide, we expect to see a long duel with at least 22.5 Games on offer.
Albert Ramos-Vinolas to Win
With the Swiss Open on the line, both Cashin and Ramos-Vinolas will be gearing to leave it all on the line. While Cachin has left everyone in his wake, the Spaniard booked his place in the final with upset victories requiring a deciding set. Over the years, he has accumulated four titles post-Wimbledon and has pedigree in championship matches. With a history of delivering at clutch moments and dogged ability shown throughout the tournament, we are backing Ramos-Vinolas to triumph in the final.
Pedro Cachin vs Albert Ramos-Vinolas Preview
Our predictions for this match have now been established, let’s see how these players have fared so far in the Gstaad Open.
Pedro Cachin has been in fine form recently, putting behind his disappointing start to 2023. In Gstaad, he has found his stride, defeating defending champion Roberto Bautista Agut in round two. Throughout the tournament, he showcased dominance, not dropping a single set, even when facing formidable players like Bautista-Agut and Hamad Medjedovic. Cachin is on the verge of potentially achieving a new career-high ranking, making him a player to watch in the Gstaad Open final.
Before participating in ATP Gstaad, he faced a slump, struggling to secure main-draw victories in tour-level events since the Rome Masters. Additionally, he had not managed to win back-to-back matches at this level since the Rio de Janeiro tournament in February. However, his performance in Gstaad showed remarkable improvement, as he confidently reached the final after enduring three challenging three-set matches against Lorenzo Sonego, Fabio Fognini, and Juan Pablo Varillas in the preceding rounds.
Pedro Cachin vs Albert Ramos-Vinolas Head to Head
Cachin and Ramos-Vinolas face off for the first time, and fans can expect an exciting clash of contrasting styles to claim an ATP Gstaad title on Swiss clay.
Pedro Cachin vs Albert Ramos-Vinolas Match Details
- When will this match start? This match starts at 10:30 GMT on 23 July.
- What is the prize money for Gstaad Open 2023? The total prize money for Gstaad Open 2023 is €562,815.
- Who is the top seed of the Gstaad Open? Roberto Bautista Agut is the top seed at Gstaad Open 2023.
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