Alexander Bublik vs Jason Jung – Dallas Challenger: Bublik is a Kazakh 20-year old player that occupies the 112th position of the ATP Rankings.
Bublik has an aggressive style that plays with a lot of power and has a lot of quality. He is a player with potential and tennis to continue climbing on the Rankings and on these fast surfaces he is a very dangerous player.
At this start of the season, he hasn’t achieved great results, since he couldn’t reach the main draw of the Australian Open.
Losing on the 2nd round of the Qualifiers, and reached the 2nd round of the Newport Challenger last week, where he lost on a 3rd set tiebreak to Noah Rubin after wasting match points. He has the 2nd round to defend at this tournament this week.
Jason Jung is a North-American 28-years old player that occupies the 235th position of the ATP Rankings.
Jung is a fast court player, a player that has some consistency from the baseline and has a decent serve.
He is a player that usually always plays on Challengers and he normally gets his best results on the Asian Challengers.
This year of 2018 isn’t being very productive for him and he hasn’t done much. He is coming off 3 consecutive losses, with the last one taking place last week on the qualifiers for the Newport Challenger. He doesn’t haven any points to defend this week.
Head-to-head record: These two players have never met before
Alexander Bublik vs Jason Jung – Betting Tip and Prediction:
Bublik is clearly superior and on this type of conditions, on a hard court indoor, I believe that the young Kazakh will have the advantage and will manage to dominate this match, especially with his serve and forehand.
Bublik should control the points with his aggressive forehand and only a very erratic performance from him or an extremely consistent performance by Jason Jung can condition the value of betting on the young Kazakh here.
Both of these players haven’t impressed much at this start of the season, so I see Bublik being the player with higher chance to win and that way getting closer and closer to the Top 100.
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