ATP Toronto Day 4 Predictions Including Karen Khachanov vs Stefanos Tsitsipas

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We have predictions for all of the day 4 action in Toronto at the ATP Toronto, National Bank Open, third round matches including Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Karen Khachanov, and John Isner vs Andrey Rublev.

Gael Monfils vs Frances Tiafoe

Tiafoe dispatched the home hero Denis Shapovalov in straight sets, the qualifier is playing fantastic in Toronto with four solid wins, Tiafoe has posted some quality results like the win he just had, but consistency has been lacking. Playing the night cap match in Toronto on Wednesday night, Monfils enjoyed himself, coming back from a set down to defeat John Millman and reach the third round. Tiafoe won the only meeting between these players, Monfils record this season has been poor and the win against Millman was a rare highlight. The American will be favored. Tiafoe in 2

Karen Khachanov vs Stefanos Tsitsipas

Tsitsipas leads the h2h 3-0 including a win in Rotterdam this year, the Greek #1 had a massive clay court season, reaching the French Open final, and lifting two ATP titles on clay (plus another final). He won two matches in the Tokyo Olympics and one in Toronto on hard courts, needing three sets to get past Ugo Humbert. Khachanov beat Cam Norrie in three sets and Aslan Karatsev in straights, he’s on a great run right now, winning the Olympic silver medal in singles, along with the Wimbledon quarterfinals. The head to head is hard to deny, but Khachanov is playing so well and Tsitsipas seems a bit off from his best on this surface. I like the upset. Khachanov in 3

Diego Schwartzman vs Roberto Bautista Agut

The h2h is split 1-1, Bautista Agut has two finals this season but has struggled to be consistent, his first round win broke a three match losing streak. Schwartzman hasn’t exited early at a tournament since May, although he’s been better on clay than hard courts, Schwartzman is a capable player on any surface and I feel more confident in his game than Bautista Agut’s right now. Schwartzman in 2

Reilly Opelka vs Lloyd Harris

Wins against Nick Kyrgios and Grigor Dimitrov have propelled Opelka into the third round, his serve is doing damage and he’s an imposing player on these hard courts right now. The semifinals of Rome was Opelka’s best result this season, and he’s playing well enough to match it in Toronto. Harris has recent quarterfinals in Washington and Halle, and two routine wins in Toronto. This is a career year for the South African who has cemented himself as a regular on the ATP Tour, Harris reached the final in Dubai earlier this season as well. This should be a high quality matchup, Opelka should serve his way to the win once again though. Opelka in 3

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