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Alexei Popyrin vs Hamad Medjedovic Preview & Prediction |  Italian Open 2024 |  First round
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Alexei Popyrin vs Hamad Medjedovic Preview & Prediction | Italian Open 2024 | First round

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THE FACTS

How is this tournament classified in terms of ranking points? ATP1000

When is Alexei Popyrin vs. Hamad Medjedovic? on and what time does it start? Alexei Popyrin vs Hamad Medjedovic takes place on Thursday 9 May 2024 – not before 10am (UK)

Where is Alexei Popyrin vs Hamad Medjedovic take place? Alexei Popyrin vs Hamad Medjedovic takes place at Foro Italico in Rome, Italy

What surface is Alexei Popyrin vs. Hamad Medjedovic is it played? Alexei Popyrin vs Hamad Medjedovic will take place on an open-air clay court

Where can I get tickets for Alexei Popyrin vs Hamad Medjedovic? Visit this link for the latest ticket information for Alexei Popyrin vs Hamad Medjedovic

Which channel is Alexei Popyrin vs Hamad Medjedovic in Great Britain? Alexei Popyrin vs Hamad Medjedovic will be broadcast live on Sky Sports in the UK

Where can I stream Alexei Popyrin vs Hamad Medjedovic in Britain? Sky Sports subscribers can stream Alexei Popyrin vs Hamad Medjedovic live on Sky Go, while Tennis TV subscribers can also stream the match live

THE PREDICTION

This could be an exciting first meeting between world number 121 Hamad Medjedovic, who handily qualified for his debut in Rome this week, and number 42 Alexei Popyrin. The 20-year-old Medjedovic shocked the court when he won the Next Gen ATP Finals at the end of last season after impressing on his recent Davis Cup debut, and he looked strong on clay in Madrid last time out before falling in two sets to an inspired Jiri left. Lehecka. The 24-year-old Popyrin is no slouch on clay, despite his build and powerful play for faster surfaces. Last summer’s comeback against Stan Wawrinka and winning the Umag Open was extremely impressive. The Aussie stunned defending Monte-Carlo champion Andrey Rublev on his way to the last 16 there last month, but he has lost each of his last three, making this a very tough ask on current form. Back Medjedovic to at least earn a set on momentum, but save it from an accumulator.

TIP: HAMAD MEDJEDOVIC WINS A SET