ATP Dubai Quarterfinal Predictions Including Aslan Karatsev vs Jannik Sinner

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We have reached quarterfinal day here at the ATP Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships. We have four incredible matches on the docket, and we’re going to predict all of them for you. Who will win and who will fall?

ATP Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships Quarterfinal Predictions

Jeremy Chardy vs Denis Shapovalov

Head-to-head: Shapovalov leads 1-0

Many will expect Shapovalov to cruise past Chardy here. But the 34-year-old veteran is having a great season and a great week so far. The Frenchman has managed to beat Alex de Minaur and Karen Khachanov here in Dubai, and has no signs of a “big win” hangover so far here in Dubai. If Chardy can continue his form a possible upset is on the cards here and it could happen. Don’t be shocked if the Canadian falls short.
Prediction: Chardy in 3

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Lloyd Harris vs Kei Nishikori

Head-to-head:  First meeting

Will Lloyd Harris’ dream run here in Dubai continue? The 24-year-old, coming from qualifying, has already managed to win five matches here, including a huge upset over Dominic Thiem. Nishikori will be wary of the confidence Harris is carrying here this week and the 31-year-old Japanese has been playing well himself with an impressive victory over David Goffin. It will be a good battle, but Harris’ dream run will end here in the hands of Nishikori.
Prediction: Nishikori in 2

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Andrey Rublev vs Marton Fucsovics

Head-to-head: Rublev leads 2-1

Marton Fucsovics will feel like he is the unluckiest man in tennis at the moment. The 29-year-old Hungarian has faced Rublev in his last two consecutive tournaments, losing both of them–one in a walkover. Their last match they played, in Rotterdam a couple weeks ago, was a 7-6 6-4 Rublev victory. Expect a similar scoreline, and a similar result. Rublev should advance here and Fucsovics will fall once again to Rublev for a third consecutive week.
Prediction: Rublev in 2

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Aslan Karatsev vs Jannik Sinner

Head-to-head: First meeting

Karatsev continues to impress following his dream Australian Open run. He is looking to make another statement this week, and Sinner has been just a shade below his top level the past few weeks. Expect the Russian to gut this one out.
Prediction: Karatsev in 3

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