Match is at 5 am EDT. Yesterday's rained out quarterfinal goes off at 4 am.
J. Safra Sarasin Swiss Open
Saturday, July 26, 2019
Pablo Andujar over Albert Ramos-Vinolas
These two Spaniards began playing each other way back in 2005 in professional tournaments. They probably have a history going way back into their Junior days, but I haven’t been able to obtain any of those records. Suffice it to say, however, that in their professional careers, Pablo Andujar has been the master over Albert Ramos-Vinolas. Andujar held a 5-1 advantage in their Challenger and Futures days, with those stretching from 2005 until 2010. The first five of those matches took place at home in Spain, with the last one in Geneva, all on dirt. Beginning in 2011 they started drawing each other in Tour level matches, with Andujar once again exerting his dominance, this time in six of the seven matches they’ve played between 2011 and 2015. So, although they haven’t played in four years, believe me, they both know who is going to win this match, and now so do you. Andujar.