Glenswilly (@1.16) vs Four Masters (@5.0)
15-09-2019

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Glenswilly will win

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Since the,n though, its been up and down for Fognini. Fabio Fognini won the biggest title of his career on the clay earlier this year at the Monte Carlo Masters. For many followers of the game, it was great to see Fognini reach his potential as on his day, the Italian has the game to beat any player in the world. A run to the third round at Wimbledon was overshadow by controversial comments he made about playing on Court 14.

Glenswilly are not without injury worries of their own. Leon Kelly and Ryan Hunter are battling injuries and will not be available to start, with participation at all questionable. Despite being hampered by a hamstring injury, Bonner is set to take his place in the starting XV and he is another man, with those powerful and purposeful bursts into opposition territory, something of which Killybegs will be mindful. The word on Ciaran Bonner is much better.

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Matthew Smyth has been in excellent form around the middle third and itll likely to a straight fight between he and Neil Gallagher in the engine room. Christopher Murrin has been a real influence driving up from the half-back line this year and the management appear reluctant to take him out of that sentry. To go eye-to-eye with the in-form Ciaran Bonner, Killybegs could select their captain, Benny Boyle, while Barry Cannon could also get a re-call, though his lack of game time seems to side with the moving of Boyle back from the half-forward line.

Benny Boyle and Brendan McGuire also carry significant threats, but the loss of Ronan Boyle to a knee injury is a big blow to a Killybegs team that has real concerns over McGuires fitness as he struggles on with an injury too. The Fishermen will again select Brendan Faherty and Conal Molloy, both having flown back from America for the game. Numbers are thin on the ground and despite having had little game time alongside the rest of the squad, the duo will be deployed.

Many people were surprised at Zverev playing this event. However, it makes sense as clay has been the surface that has given him the most success in his career. However, in the opening round, the German showed glimpses of his best tennis with an emphatic straight sets victory over the talented Chilean Nicolas Jarry. Home favourite Alexander Zverev has endured a tough season both on and off the court.

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German qualifier Rudolf Molleker achieved the biggest win of his career in the opening round in defeating the defending champion Leonardo Mayer in straight sets. Many view Molleker as having great potential and he is in with a chance against the Italian. Its tough to predict this one. On his day, Fognini could record a straight sets victory.

It is a goal that theyll talk about by the firesides of Glenswilly for decades to come. Dr Maguire was won for the first time and the image of Murphy at the games end is one of the abiding images of the day on his knees, leaning back and with those bulging arms outstretched, he was king of his land.

Clay is also the Argentines most successful surface, and when they played earlier this year in the semi-finals in Geneva, that went to three sets, with the German finally coming out on top. This is a match that will be predominantly played from the baseline. Zverev has more power than Delbonis; however, the Argentine is a great mover on the red dirt. Against Federico Delbonis, Zverev will not have a straightforward match.

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Highlights have included a win over Alexander Zverev in Indian Wells and a run to the fourth round at Roland Garros. On his day, the Spaniard is a real handful, particularly on clay. The German possesses a good all court game and his big weapons are his serve and his forehand. Jan-Lennard Struff has enjoyed his best year on tour. On the other hand, Pablo Carreno Busta has struggled for form this year. Currently ranked at #59, this is not a reflection of the quality of game he possesses.

However, he is a more consistent player who has the ability to wear opponents down from the baseline. However, in his opening round win, he showcased some brilliant ball-striking, especially on the forehand side. Krajinovic has endured a difficult year form-wise and has struggled with injuries. Krajinovic may not possess the power of the Slovakian. This promises to be a highly competitive match against two players who enjoy playing on the red dirt.