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Denis Shapovalov vs Felix Auger-Aliassime Match Details
🎾 Competition: Australian Open R3
🗓 Date: Friday February 12
⏰ Time: 7.00pm
🏟 Stadium: Margaret Court Arena
Head to Head
Shapovalov leads 2-1
- 2019 | US Open | 6-1 6-1 6-4
- 2019 | Madrid Masters | 6-2 7-6(7)
- 2018 | US Open | 7-5 5-7 4-1 RET
Australian Open 2021 Results
- R1: def. Sinner 3-6 6-3 6-2 4-6 6-4
- R2: def. Tomic 6-1 6-3 6-2
- R1: def. Stebe 6-2 6-4 6-2
- R2: def. Duckworth 6-4 6-1 6-2
Denis Shapovalov vs Felix Auger-Aliassime Tips & Predictions
It’s an all-Canadian affair with a spot in the fourth round of the Australian Open up for grabs when close friends Shapovalov and Auger-Aliassime collide on Friday.
Shapovalov has got the better of his younger countryman in their two Grand Slam meetings at the US Open, while Auger-Aliassime prevailed on the clay of Madrid two years ago.
In terms of experience at this stage of their careers, it’s Shapovalov who holds the advantage. He’s on the brink of the top 10 and has claimed some enormous wins in his career so far, including over Rafael Nadal.
Shapovalov has also been impressive since arriving in Australia, stretching Novak Djokovic and Alexander Zverev in the ATP Cup before edging rising star Jannik Sinner in five sets in the opening round of the Australian Open. Shapovalov had a much easier time of it in the second round, cruising past Bernard Tomic in straight sets.
Auger-Aliassime meanwhile had a good week in the lead-in to the Australian Open, reaching the final of the Murray River Open, but he unfortunately lost the seventh final of his young career, going down in straight sets to Dan Evans.
It’s a pattern that has emerged in the teenager’s career so far – when the pressure moments come, Auger-Aliassime can get tight. He’s had no pressure to deal with at the Australian Open so far, easing past Cedrik-Marcel Stebe and James Duckworth in straights.
But there will be considerably more pressure on Friday night, and that’s where I believe Shapovalov has the slight edge. He’s got a better record over best-of-five sets and is a bit more advanced in his career. It should be tight, but ultimately Shapovalov will be too strong.