Andy murray vs nikoloz basilashvili prediction


Is Andy Murray better than Nikoloz Basilashvili?

Nikoloz Basilashvili is the higher-ranked opponent, but Andy Murray is in better form and enters this clash as the slight favorite. The Scot produced a flawless performance in the first round, losing only one point on his first serve and not facing a single break point.

What happened to Nikoloz Basilashvili?

Despite the early exit, the former World No. 1 will be buoyed by the fact that he has shown no signs of the injuries that have plagued him in recent months. Nikoloz Basilashvili, meanwhile, has had a mixed season thus far. He has two titles in 2021 (Doha and Munich), but has also suffered a string of early losses in other tournaments.

How many ATP titles does Nikoloz Basilashvili have?

World number 28 Nikoloz Basilashvili has overcome a torrid 2020 season to win two ATP titles this year at the Doha Open and Munich Open. The 29-year-old now has a total of five ATP titles to his name and he recently reached the semi-finals of the Halle Open for some solid grass practice.

How many ATP titles has Andy Murray won?

World number 119 Murray has a total of 46 ATP titles to his name so far with his last biggest achievement winning the ATP Finals in 2016, his best year on tour. 34-year-old Andy Murray’s return to Wimbledon will be an emotional rollercoaster after the British favourite drew an exceptionally tough first round opponent.


Andy Murray vs Nikoloz Basilashvili preview

Second seed Nikoloz Basilashvili will take on former World No. 1 Andy Murray in the second round of the 2022 Sydney Tennis Classic on Wednesday.

Andy Murray vs Nikoloz Basilashvili head-to-head

The second-round encounter in Sydney will be the second meeting between the two players, with Andy Murray leading the head-to-head 1-0. The pair faced off in the first round of Wimbledon last year, with Murray prevailing in four sets.

Andy Murray vs Nikoloz Basilashvili prediction

Nikoloz Basilashvili is the higher-ranked opponent, but Andy Murray is in better form and enters this clash as the slight favorite. The Scot produced a flawless performance in the first round, losing only one point on his first serve and not facing a single break point.

Nikoloz Basilashvili – Statistics & current form

Since November 2016, the Eastern European can consistently call himself a member of the top 100 in the tennis world. He spent two years in the high double digits before winning his first ATP tournament (out of qualifying) by winning the title at Hamburg’s Rothenbaum in July 2018 and has never been ranked lower than 42nd since.

Andy Murray – Statistics & current form

For Andy Murray, now 34, Tuesday’s match will be an extremely emotional return. On 14 January 2019, Murray once again left his heart on the court, throwing everything he could into the mix and after a tough battle, completely depleted, he had to concede defeat to Robert Bautista-Agut in five sets after trailing 2-0 in sets.

Nikoloz Basilashvili – Andy Murray Tip

This duel is definitely one of the most interesting matches in the first round of the Australian Open 2022. Already last week, the two players put up a tough fight and also on Tuesday it is hard to imagine that the pendulum will swing clearly in favour of one player.

Andy Murray vs Nikoloz Basilashvili

Damian Kust: Andy Murray is coming off a final in Sydney and playing at a very decent level at the moment. The Brit should be able to capitalize on a good patch with another win against Nikoloz Basilashvili, whom he defeated in a thriller to start off that run last week. Murray in 4

Timofey Skatov vs Norbert Gombos

Damian: A battle of the qualifiers that seems considerably even. Timofey Skatov has been hitting his forehand more aggressively than ever and it could allow him to have a very good shot here, combined with the defensive abilities. Norbert Gombos just cannot keep up a steady level, you never know what to expect. Skatov in 5

Alex Bolt vs Alejandro Davidovich Fokina

Damian: It doesn’t have to be as straightforward as it sounds. While Alex Bolt is clearly out of form, the Australian has played very well at this tournament in the past. With both players winless in 2022 so far, this could get messy. Davidovich Fokina in 5

Tomas Machac vs Juan Manuel Cerundolo

Damian: Should be smooth-sailing for the Czech, who’s currently 8-0 for the season. Juan Manuel Cerundolo can’t figure out how to translate his game to faster conditions yet. Machac in 3


Andy Murray will be looking to make it 0-3 against Nikoloz Basilashvili when the pair meet at the first round of the Australian Open with Andy Murray slight favorites for this game. I think that we can expect a good game here and we should see this go over 34.5


In this match Murray is favorite and that is okay he beat basilaahvili last week now they will play at grand slam, however I will try with one interesting bet under 9.5 games in the first set because I expect that we will see a lot of chances for break. Gl to all!


Nikoloz Basilashvili face Andy Murray. For Murray this will behard match. I think this will be tough match for Basilashvili so, but I expect Nikoloz Basilashvili will take this match. I expect 5 sethere and Basilashvili will win with 3-2. My pick here is 3-2 for Basilashvili. Good luck! Prediction: 3-2


Andy Murray will be looking to get off to a flyer in the Australian open and there’s no reason why he can’t. He just got to the Sydney final which he lost and should have momentum coming into this match with Nikoloz Basilashvili. I will be placing a max stake bet

Andy Murray v Nikoloz Basilashvili Head to Head

This will be the second meeting between both players. Murray won their only meeting in four sets in the opening round of Wimbledon last year.

Murray In Search of Deep Run In Sydney

Three-time major champion and former world number one Andy Murray ended 2021 with some impressive wins and making the final eight at both Metz and Stockholm, after making the round of 32 at Wimbledon.

Basilashvili Hoping To Overcome ATP Cup Showing

After a poor end to the 2020 season and an indifferent start to 2021, Georgian Nikoloz Basilashvili had a turnaround for a good part of 2021, winning titles at the Qatar and Bavarian Opens, and making the finals of the Masters 1000 at Indian Wells in the Fall.

Murray v Basilashvili Prediction and Tip

A good contest on the card between two gritty individuals. While Basilashvili ended 2021 strong, he had a poor ATP Cup, and Murray looked to be getting himself into form in the opener here. A close match awaits us, with the ‘Never Say Die’ Andy Murray prevailing in a decider.


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