Albert Ramos-Vinolas (@1.06) vs Johannes Haerteis (@7.5)
11-09-2019

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Albert Ramos-Vinolas will win
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Albert Ramos-Vinolas – Johannes Haerteis Match Prediction | 11-09-2019 10:00

He lost in the qualifying rounds of Doha, Sydney and the Australian Open before returning to Challenger tournaments for the next three months. 12 Fernando Gonzlez in three close sets. As World No. 167, Albert Ramos Violas began 2010 nearly 300 positions higher than the start of the previous season. After qualifying into the main draw of the Barcelona Open, and securing a straight sets victory in the first round, Ramos Violas defeated World No. Despite losing to Ernests Gulbis in the third round, his upset over Gonzalez increased his confidence going forward.

At the 2016 French Open, Ramos Violas advanced to the quarterfinals by defeating eighth seed Milos Raonic in straight sets in the fourth round.[6] He then lost in straight sets to third seed Stan Wawrinka.[7] Later that year at Wimbledon, he defeated Vasek Pospisil in four sets, and then 25th seed Viktor Troicki, to reach the third round for the first time.

Albert Ramos Violas (Spanish pronunciation:[alet ramoz iolas];[a][2] born 17 January 1988) is a Spanish professional tennis player who is currently ranked world No. 69 in men's singles by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP).[3] He has a career-high ATP singles ranking of World No. 17, which he achieved after reaching the final of the 2017 Monte Carlo Masters, his best performance at a Masters 1000 event.

Albert Ramos-Vinolas vs. Riccardo Bonadio 10.07.2019 - Perugia Challenger - compare

After victories in Milan and again at the San Sebastian Challenger, Ramos Violas made it to his first ATP Quarterfinal at the Romanian Open, losing to Florian Mayer in straight sets. 66. His performance in Bucharest allowed Ramos Violas' ranking to peak below 100 at World No. Following an impressive win over Marin Cilic in the first round of the Shanghai Masters, Ramos Violas finished his year at World No. 87.

At the 2012 Indian Wells Masters, he won over Richard Gasquet to reach the third round, where he fell to Pablo Andjar. At the 2012 Miami Masters, he defeated world no. 15 player Feliciano Lpez, then lost to Gasquet in the third round.

Second round losses at the Chile and Argentina Open to Fabio Fognini, and Tommy Robredo respectively, gave Ramos Violas direct entrance into his first ATP tournaments. Ramos Violas played a combination of ATP World Tour events, and Challenger tournaments over the course of 2011. He lost to eventual quarterfinalist and World No. 5 Robin Sderling in the second round. He tasted his first grand slam success at the French Open after a first round victory over Javier Marti.

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Ramos-Violas has a baseline game, comparable to compatriot Rafael Nadal. He has most success on clay, making the quarterfinals of 2016 French Open, winning his first ATP title, and reaching his first Masters 1000 final. Both wings are capable of producing winners, but his flatter forehand can produce many unforced errors. He is a strong mover around the court, and he makes net approaches often. He has a heavy topspin forehand, which is his strongest shot to move opponents around the court. He has an accurate first serve, which he uses to then set up his next shot. He also plays with a lot of variety, using slices and drop-shots to mix up his game. He is a counterpuncher who uses a heavy topspin game to grind opponents down. He can also flatten out his forehand to produce clean winners. His first serve can break down when under pressure.

Ramos is a great clay courter with huge experience of playing on ATP tour. Marcel Stebe is from Germany and he is 455th on ATP list at the moment. He is a solid player in general who is in great form at the moment and he beat some really good players here on way to final. On the other side Albert Ramos is from Spain and he is 85th on ATP list at the moment. Marcel Stebe will face Albert Ramos today in final of Gstaad ATP in Switzerland. I like over in this one. This match will be played on clay.