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Novak Djokovic Could Face Andy Murray in the First Round of Gonet Geneva Open

novak djokovic could face andy murryNovak Djokovic could face Andy Murray in the opening round of the Gonet Geneva Open. It came after he accepted a wild card for the tournament. Also, he could go against Yannick Hanfmann in the second round.

After winning his first match in Rome over Corentin Moutet, Djokovic lost in five games against Alejandro Tabilo. The latter, on the other hand, went on to reach the semi-finals.

Attempting to regain his form, the current world number one will play in his first competition in Geneva. Should he meet Murray, Djokovic has a 25-11 edge against Murray in their 37th Lexus ATP Head2Head encounter. When it comes to Hanfmann, Djokovic has never faced him.

First Round Gonet Geneva Open

Casper Ruud, twice the winner of the Geneva tournament, will face either a qualifier or Rinky Hijikata of Australia in the first round. According to betting software reports, the Norwegian has a perfect record at this ATP 250 tournament (9-1). However, he was eliminated in the quarterfinals by Nicolas Jarry last year.

In the first round of the competition, American third seed Taylor Fritz will face either a qualifier or fellow countryman Alex Michelsen. The second round will feature another American, fourth seed Ben Shelton, who will face Flavio Cobolli or Aslan Karatsev.

According to sports betting tutorials and news sites, Tallon Griekspoor, the sixth seed, and Christopher Eubanks, the American, will meet in a fascinating first-round match. Last year at the Rolex Paris Masters, they went to a close three-set match, with Griekspoor coming out on top.

Djokovic is a seeded player and may face the Dutchman in the quarterfinals. Fritz, the third seed, and Jack Draper, the eighth seed, are all in the Serbian half of the draw. Jack Draper will play Tomas Machac in the first round.

Ugo Humbert at the Open Parc

At the Open Parc in Lyon, the favorite Ugo Humbert is at the head of the pack. The top seed will face either American Brandon Nakashima or German Dominik Koepfer in the first round of his tournament. He is aiming for his third victory of the year, with two of those titles coming from France. According to sportsbook pay per head reviews and news sites, Frenchmen Adrian Mannarino (seeded third) and Gael Monfils (seeded eighth) are among the other seeded participants.

Mariano Navone, the seventh seed and a career-high World No. 31, is a player to watch. The Argentine made it to the ATP Tour finals in Rio de Janeiro and Bucharest earlier this year, which was his first time. If he and Pavel Kotov make it to the quarterfinals, he may meet second seed Alexander Bublik.

Geneva and Lyon Picks

  • Novak Djokovic - Earning a wild card to play in Geneva for the first time, the top-ranked player in the PIF ATP Rankings is eager to win his first tournament of the season and his 99th trophy overall at the tour level. Djokovic will not be defending any points next week.
  • Mariano Novane - He isn't defending any points in Lyon, although she has reached the ATP Tour clay events finals in Bucharest and Rio de Janeiro. At the Open Parc, he will face Pavel Kotov in the first round and might face second seed Alexander Bublik in the quarterfinals, continuing his streak of impressive surface performance.

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