Munar plays steady tennis from the baseline, and he could cause Tsitsipas some problems if the Greek is not focused enough. Eventually though, Tsitsipas might have too much game for the Spaniard. Prediction: Stefanos Tsitsipas to win in four sets.
Should Tsitsipas be stretched on Wednesday against Munar?
The Spaniard has a dogged, patient style of play which, when combined with his impressive defensive skills and movement, works pretty well on this surface. Tsitsipas could be stretched on Wednesday, especially since Munar would be looking to latch on to any lapses in concentration.
Who is Stefanos Tsitsipas’s second-round match opponent Jaume Munar?
Munar set up the second-round match against Tsitsipas here in Barcelona with a clinical straight-sets win over Thiago Monteiro on Monday. The match in Barcelona is the third between the two players on tour, and Stefanos Tsitsipas currently leads the head-to-head 2-0 over Jaume Munar.
Who are the favorites to beat Jaume Munar in Barcelona?
Given his superior ranking and recent form, Stefanos Tsitsipas is the overwhelming favorite for the second-round tie against Jaume Munar in Barcelona. The Greek got his clay season off to a flier with his Monte Carlo run, and would be hoping to continue in the same vein at Barcelona.
What is Jaume Munar’s favorite surface?
As most Spanish players, Jaume Munar loves clay courts and this is arguably his best surface. Most of his success has come on red courts and his only victory over a top 10 opponent also happened on clay.
Is Tsitsipas playing in the French Open?
There were plenty of concerns about Tsitsipas’ preparation for the 2020 French Open. He was knocked from the US Open early, but then played in the Italian Open and the German Open before the Roland-Garros.