Andy Murray faces an enormous opening round test at the US Open when he comes up against third seed Stefanos Tsitsipas on Monday.
Tsitsipas vs Murray Live Stream, Tips & Predictions
Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Andy Murray US Open Round 1 live stream, tips and predictions – Murray has only beaten one top 10 player since 2017…
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Tsitsipas vs Murray Match Details
🇺🇸 Competition: US Open Round 1
📆 Date: Monday August 30
⏰ Time: 1.30pm local time (2.30am AEST on September 1)
🏟 Stadium: Arthur Ashe
Head to Head
This will be the first ever meeting between Tsitsipas and Murray.
Tsitsipas vs Murray Tips & Predictions
Murray’s tenacity and determination to come back from hip surgery has been inspiring, but unfortunately he’s been handed one of the toughest first round draws imaginable at the US Open as he comes up against Tsitsipas on Monday.
Murray has scored some decent wins since going under the knife, but he’s repeatedly come up short when facing the very best in the world.
Indeed, Murray has only defeated one top 10 player since May 2017 and just two top 20 opponents since October 2019, while he’s only 6-6 at tour-level in 2021, dropping to 114 in the world.
Tsitsipas meanwhile has established himself as a top five player over the last couple of seasons and is seeded third at the US Open this year.
The Greek finished runner-up to Novak Djokovic at Roland Garros earlier this season, picked up titles in Monte Carlo and Lyon and has reached hardcourt semi-finals at the Australian Open, Toronto and Cincinnati.
Murray might be able to keep a couple of sets close, but over best-of-five in his current situation, this is a nightmare first round match-up. We’ll back Tsitsipas to be ready for this one and to come away with a straight sets victory.