• Chris Sobey


This week’s ATP tennis action at Dubai and Acapulco is now down to the semi-finals stage, while the action at Sao Paulo is now down to the quarter-finals stage. At Dubai second-seed Pouille has continued his great form by reaching the semi-finals and he’ll face seventh-seed surprise new star of the game Krajinovic from Serbia who you may remember reaching the Paris Masters final from qualifying last November. Third-seed Bautista Agut is also through to the semi’s and he faces surprise package and veteran Wild Card Jaziri, who at the age of 34 will aim to reach his first ever ATP final.

At the time of writing the action at Acapulco was down to the quarter-finals stage and second-seed Zverev was due to face Harrison for a place in the semi’s for the first time, third Thiem was due to face sixth-seed Del Potro and Del Po leads the head-to-head 3-0 and should come out on top today. Anderson, seeded five, was due to face Australian Open semi-finalist and Next Gen sensation Cheung and the South African leads the head-to-head 1-0. Finally, veteran Lopez was due to face American Next Gen star Donaldson for the first time.

At the time of writing at Sao Paulo top-seed Ramos Vinolas was due to get a quick rematch against Jarry who beat him at Rio De Janeiro last week and defending champion and third-seed Cuevas was due to face fifth -seed Mayer for the sixth time on the ATP Tour and Mayer leads the head-to-head 3-2. Second-seed Fognini continued his good run of form after reaching the Rio semi-finals last week and he was due to face veteran Garcia-Lopez for the eighth time and there’s very little between them with Fognini leading the head-to-head 4-3 and 3-2 on clay.



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