Nick Kyrgios and Roberto Bautista Agut square off in one of the must-see US Open first round matches on Monday in New York.
Bautista Agut vs Kyrgios Live Stream, Tips & Predictions
Roberto Bautista Agut vs Nick Kyrgios US Open Round 1 live stream, tips and predictions – Kyrgios hasn’t beaten a top 24 player all season…
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Bautista Agut vs Kyrgios Match Details
🇺🇸 Competition: US Open Round 1
📆 Date: Monday August 30
⏰ Time: 8.30pm local time (10.30am AEST on September 1)
🏟 Stadium: Louis Armstrong
Head to Head
Bautista and Kyrgios are locked at 1-1.
- 2020 | ATP Cup SF | Bautista Agut 6-1 6-4
- 2015 | Tokyo R16 | Kyrgios 6-4 6-2
Bautista Agut vs Kyrgios Tips & Predictions
Neither player is in great form heading into this encounter, but there’s reason to believe this match should be fairly competitive.
The pair have split their head-to-head 1-1 and both love the big stage. Bautista Agut is a former Wimbledon semi-finalist, Australian Open quarter-finalist and has made the R16 at the US Open, while Kyrgios thrives under the lights at Flushing Meadows.
Kyrgios however has barely played any tennis in 2021 and brings a 7-6 record into the US Open, while he has yet to beat a player ranked as high as Bautista Agut (No. 21) all season.
Additionally, Kyrgios has lost three of his last four matches on the North American hardcourt swing.
Bautista Agut isn’t faring much better having lost five of his last seven matches, but he will lift for this match against a big opponent on one of the main show courts.
We think the Spaniard will edge this due to his consistency and ability to force Kyrgios into error by making that one extra ball. Kyrgios has the firepower to take a set given Bautista Agut’s level isn’t at his best, but the Spaniard will have the patience and determination go grind this one out.