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2019 Austrian Open Day 3 predictions & preview: Dominic Thiem triumphs?

2019 Austrian Open Day 3 predictions & preview: Dominic Thiem triumphs?

All of the top Austrian Open seeds are exempted from the 1st day of competition. With the head of the ship Dominic Thiem - the No. 1 seed ranked 4th in the world, Austria Open 2019 promises to witness all 4 top seed varieties. face in the quarterfinals when the round 1/8 kicked off from 16h00 on 31/7.

2019 Austrian Open Day 3 remains intact 4 top seeds. The most notable is the match of Dominic Thiem - the No. 1 seed ranked 4th in the world in the latest table. (all time is GMT+8)

Dominic Thiem (4) vs Sebastian Ofner (167) - 1:30 on August 1st.

The best performance of Thiem in Austria Open is to reach the finals in 2014. This time, the tennis's daughter starts with a match with fellow countryman Ofner who needs special capacity to attend round 1. This is the first time for 2 people. meet. Although Thiem was shocked by losing to Andre Rublev in the German quarter-finals last week, it was too difficult for Ofner to make a surprise.

Prediction: Winning after 2 sets.

Jeremy Chardy (74) vs Dusan Lajovic (26) - 18h00 on July 31th.

Right at the start of the battle, Chardy immediately hit the Serbian No. 2 seed. Both won 2 at 4 previous competitions, but the last win belonged to the French player, on clay courts in Istanbul Open 2018 similar to Austria Open.

This time it was time for both of them to enter the quarterfinals in Germany Open or Switzerland Open. But if you look at the 2019 overall, Lajovic has a better record, including the Open Croatian champions a few weeks ago.

Prediction: Lajovic wins after 3 sets.

Casper Ruud (65) vs Matthias Bachinger (125) - 17:00 on July 31th.

Ruud is a rising star, and Bachinger is an experienced man in his mid-30s. However, their career is going in opposite directions when Ruud is more comprehensive.

Prediction: Ruud wins after 2 sets.

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Jaume Munar (88) vs Albert Ramos-Vinolas (69) - 19:00 on July 31th.

At the only time we met each other more than 3 years ago, Ramos-Vinolas was the winner. But then, Munar has yet to reveal his current talent. The defensive ability makes him a real rival for clay court expert like Ramos-Vinolas. However, Ramos-Vinolas is on the rise and playing tennis better than ever.

Prediction: Ramos-Vinolas wins after 3 sets.

Dennis Novak (119) vs Pablo Cuevas (53) - 19:30 on July 31th.

Novak expected thanks to the special performance, after losing in the second round of Swiss Open. Cuevas lost in the first round of Germany Open, but the opponent was Thiem. Therefore, Cuevas is still more appreciated at the first meeting.

Prediction: Cuevas wins after 3 sets.

Roberto Carballes Baena (76) vs Lorenzo Sonego (56) - 19:30 pm on July 31th.

They had met earlier this year in Buenos Aires with the victory of Baball Carballes. Since then, their form has gone in opposite directions. Sonego has impressed in the past few months, including the championship in Antalya. Baena Carballes has not yet reached the semi-finals of any Tour this year. Therefore, although the Spanish player is in clay court, Sonego is more likely to move on.

Prediction: Sonego wins after 2 sets.

Fernando Verdasco (32) vs Jozef Kovalik (326) - 21:00 on July 31th.

Although Jozef Kovalik was forced to attend the tournament to protect his rankings, the Slovania still won against Spanish rival Guillermo Garcia Lopez in the first round. However, he will face more difficulties against another Spanish rival. Verdasco No. 3 seed. Verdasco is very determined to correct the mistakes made in Swiss Open and Swedish Open. Before the rival has just returned, he is able to achieve his goal.

Prediction: Verdasco wins after 2 sets.

Philipp Kohlschreiber (73) vs Pablo Andujar (75) - 23:00 on July 31th.

Kohlschreiber has been declining recently, but has just had an impressive performance before Richard Gasquet earlier this week. The reason is probably because he was playing in his homeland. Is this excitement enough to oppose Andujar, a better rival than ever, and has also beaten Kohlschreiber on clay ground a few months ago? At the previous 4 matches, each person currently wins 2 matches.

Prediction: Kohlschreiber wins after 3 sets.