Andy Murray v Matteo Berrettini live stream | US Open 2022 preview

Former champion Andy Murray will take on Matteo Berrettini in the Third Round of the 2022 US Open on Friday.

Former world number one Murray has made immense strides after career-threatening hip surgery a few years ago, returning to the world’s top 50 courtesy of a series of strong runs in recent months.

The Scot has progressed to two finals this year, most recently on his beloved grass surface in Stuttgart, narrowly losing out to none other than Berrettini.

The 35-year-old was beaten in the opening round in Washington before losing out to in-form Taylor Fritz at the same stage of the Canadian Open and lost from a set up against fellow Brit Cameron Norrie at the Cincinnati Masters.

Murray, champion here a decade ago, has appeared in all but two US Opens since 2005 and stormed through the opening round in straight sets against 24th seed Francisco Cerúndolo, before overcoming American wildcard Emilio Nava in four sets.

Berrettini has won 23 out of 32 matches so far this year, one more than Murray. He missed out on Wimbledon due to Covid, but recently played in Gstaad where he lost out to Casper Ruud.

He then lost in the opening round in both Montreal and Cincinnati, but kicked off the US Open with solid wins over Nicolas Jarry and Hugo Grenier.

This is now Berrettini’s 17th consecutive Third Round appearance at the Grand Slam level. His best performances here at the US Open were a Semi-Final appearance in 2019 a Quarter-Final run last year.

Our prediction for this match is Over 3.5 Sets at odds of 4/7 with Bet365.

Murray v Berrettini is available to watch via a live stream on desktop, mobile or tablet devices from approximately 5pm BST.

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Francisco Cerundolo takes on Andy Murray in the opening round of the 2022 US Open at Flushing Meadows on Monday.

Cerundolo has lost his most recent two matches on hard courts, but he looked pretty solid on clay surfaces prior to these. The Argentine won the title in Bastad and then reached the Semi-Finals in Hamburg.

Cerundolo has come a long way over the last eight months, but his performances on hard courts haven’t been great. His best results on hard this year were in Miami where he managed to reach the Semi-Finals before losing in straight sets to Casper Ruud.

Last year at the US Open, Cerundolo lost in the final qualifying round as an outside top 100 player.

Meanwhile, Murray’s recent form has been a complete mixed bag with four wins and six defeats in his last ten matches on grass and hard courts.

The Brit was recently eliminated in the opening rounds in Washington and Montreal, and he only reached the 2nd round in Cincinnati.

Andy was on a 14-match winning streak in the first-round matches at the US Open prior to his loss to Stefanos Tsitsipas last year. Murray has won the US Open twice in his career back in 2008 and 2012.

Our prediction for this match is Andy Murray to win at odds of 8/11 with Bet365.

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Andy Murray and Cameron Norrie collide in a battle of the Brits at the 2022 Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati on Wednesday.

Only the second ever meeting between the pair will see them face off on hard court with a place in the Third Round of the ATP 1000 event up for grabs.

Former world number one Murray has made immense strides after career-threatening hip surgery a few years ago, returning to the world’s top 50 courtesy of a series of strong runs in recent months.

Murray has progressed to two finals this year, most recently on his beloved grass surface in Stuttgart, narrowly losing out to Matteo Berrettini.

Murray was beaten in the opening round in Washington a fortnight ago before losing out to in-form Taylor Fritz at the same stage of last week’s Canadian Open.

He began his campaign this week with a battling three-set victory over three-time Grand Slam champion Stan Wawrinka, recovering from 2-0 down in the decider.

Norrie has enjoyed a superb season so far, with the highlight being a run to the Semi-Finals of Wimbledon – marking his best performance in a Grand Slam to date.

The British number one, who claimed glory at Indian Wells last year, had previously failed to register a main draw win at the Cincinnati Masters in three attempts prior to his First Round success over Holger Rune earlier this week in a two-and-a-half hour epic.

Norrie, who moved to a career-high ranking of world number ten earlier this year, is out to avenge his defeat to Murray in Beijing three years ago.

Either fifth seed Casper Ruud or 19-year-old wildcard Ben Shelton will await the winner in the Third Round on Thursday.

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Andy Murray will take on American ace Taylor Fritz in the First Round of the 2022 National Bank Open in Montreal on Tuesday.

Former world number one Murray has made immense strides after career-threatening hip surgery a few years ago, returning to the world’s top 50 courtesy of a series of strong runs in recent months.

Murray has progressed to two finals this year, most recently on his beloved grass surface in Stuttgart, narrowly losing out to Matteo Berrettini.

The 35-year-old is no stranger to success in Canada, having picked up this title on three occasions (most recently in 2015) and returns as one of four wildcards in the field.

Murray was beaten in the opening round in Washington last week, going down to eventual semi-finalist Mikael Ymer, and will be keen to bounce back at the first time of asking.

However, he faces a formidable test against the number ten seed – who reached his first Grand Slam Quarter-Final at Wimbledon last month – losing out to Rafael Nadal in an epic fifth set tie break.

Fritz has already picked up an ATP 1000 title this season at Indian Wells, defeating Nadal in the final, but comes into this event having pulled out of his last match through illness.

The top-ranked US player retired at 4-1 in the decisive set of his Last 16 clash with Britain’s Dan Evans at the Citi Open.

Fritz is yet to register a win on hard court in Canada and will look to end that unwanted record in his first career meeting with Murray.

Either world number 24 Frances Tiafoe or Benjamin Bonzi will await the winner in the Second Round.

Murray v Fritz is available to watch via a live stream on desktop, mobile or tablet devices from approximately 11.30pm BST.

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Andy Murray and Alexander Bublik will go head-to-head in the Quarter-Finals of the ATP Hall of Fame Open in Newport on Friday.

Three-time Grand Slam champion Murray headed stateside on the back of a Second Round exit at Wimbledon a fortnight ago, losing out to the big-serving John Isner in four sets.

Prior to that, the former world number one had reached the Semi-Finals in Surbiton before being denied by Matteo Berrettini in the final of the Stuttgart Open.

The 35-year-old, ranked world number 52, has made a solid start to this event, seeing off Sam Querrey in straight sets before defeating Max Purcell in a deciding set in Round Two.

He now comes up against world number 42 Bublik – who reached the Third Round at Wimbledon before losing out to Frances Tiafoe.

Seeded number three for this event, Bublik began his campaign by defeating Jack Sock 6-3, 3-6, 6-2.

Bublik’s best result of the season to date was winning the title in in Montpellier – where he defeated Alexander Zverev in successive sets in the final.

The Kazakh, who finished runner-up here in 2019, is 7-4 on grass in 2022 so far and was responsible for knocking Murray out of Indian Wells earlier this season.

Murray, however, has won three of their four previous meetings, the first of which coming at Wimbledon five years ago.

Either Jason Kubler or James Duckworth of Australia will await the winner in the Semi-Finals on Saturday.

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Andy Murray and Sam Querrey will face off in the opening round of the 2022 Hall of Fame Open in Newport, Rhode Island on Tuesday.

The first meeting between the pair in five years will see Murray finally get the chance to avenge his shock defeat to the American in the Quarter-Finals of Wimbledon 2017 – the year he was defending champion.

Murray heads to the USA on the back of a Second Round exit at Wimbledon a fortnight ago, losing out to the big-serving John Isner in four sets.

Prior to that, Murray had reached the Semi-Finals in Surbiton before being denied by Matteo Berrettini in the final of the Stuttgart Open.

The 35-year-old is now ranked world number 52 and looks to be moving back in the right direction after being plagued by injury in recent years.

Querrey, meanwhile, suffered a straight sets defeat to Ričardas Berankis in Round One at Wimbledon, denying him a show-down with Rafael Nadal.

The 34-year-old, twice a Grand Slam quarter-finalist, has recently returned to the world’s top 100 after a lengthy struggle for form, and remains regarded as one of the best servers on the tour.

Murray has won seven of their nine previous meetings – the first of which coming here in Newport back in 2006.

Either Australian wildcard Max Purcell or Adrian Mannarino of France will await the winner in the Second Round.

Murray v Querrey is available to watch via a live stream on desktop, mobile or tablet devices from approximately 7pm BST.

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Home hero Andy Murray will take on John Isner in the Second Round of Wimbledon 2022 on Wednesday evening.

Murray has been in solid shape recently, having won eight of his last ten matches on grass. The Brit reached the Semi-Finals in Surbiton before losing in three sets against Matteo Berrettini in the final of the Stuttgart Open.

The two-time champion began his latest Wimbledon campaign with a comfortable 3-1 victory over Australia’s James Duckworth. However, it has to be said that Duckworth is having a terrible season so far, having won just two of his 10 matches played.

Murray holds a 13-0 record in the Second Round matches at Wimbledon and now comes up against the big-serving Isner.

Isner had a really difficult match against Enzo Couacaud in the opening round. The American twice trailed by a set and needed five sets in order to book his place in the 2nd round.

His best performance at Wimbledon was a semi-final appearance back in 2018, but he couldn’t get past the third round in his other 11 visits.

Isner, who holds the ATP-recognised record for the fastest recorded serve (157.2 mph), has lost each of his last eight meetings with Murray.

Our prediction for this clash is Over 3.5 Sets at odds of 1/2 with Bet365.

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Two-time champion Andy Murray gets his 2022 Wimbledon campaign under way with a clash against James Duckworth on Centre Court on Monday.

Murray, winner here in 2013 and 2016, aims to roll back the years in front of an adoring SW19 crowd in what could be perhaps his last hurrah.

Murray made a dream start to the grass court season by reaching a final at the first time of asking in Stuttgart, knocking out Stefanos Tsitsipas and Nick Kyrgios along the way before being denied glory by Italian star Matteo Berrettini.

Murray, who underwent career-saving hip surgery in 2019, pulled out of the recent Cinch Championships at Queen’s Club as a precaution after fitness concerns.

Now ranked world number 52, Murray reached the final of the Sydney Classic at the beginning of the year but has not won an ATP Tour singles title since 2019.

The former world number one will return to Wimbledon with renewed confidence after his showing in Stuttgart but is situated in the same section of the draw as the likes of Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner.

His first test comes in the shape of Australian James Duckworth – who reached the Third Round at Wimbledon last year.

Duckworth represented Australia at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and 2022 ATP Cup, and victories over Radu Albot and Sam Querrey here last year saw him reach the Third Round of a Grand Slam for the first time, with Lorenzo Sonego ending that run.

Murray has won each of his two previous meetings with Duckworth – at the 2018 US Open and Brisbane the following year.

Either France’s Enzo Couacaud or 2018 semi-finalist John Isner will await the winner in the Second Round later this week.

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Andy Murray returned to Wimbledon hoping to put his injury problems behind him and win the title for a third time but fell short, losing in the second round 4-6, 6-7(4-7), 7-6(7-3),4-6 to John Isner.

It has been a long few years for Murray as he struggled with injury and only competed in seven of the last 18 Grand Slam tournaments. During that period he’s only made it to the third round of a competition once, last year at Wimbledon, and finds himself at 52 in the world rankings as he arrives in SW19.

His ATP tour results are not much better with the Brit again failing to make it past the third round in any of the ATP Tour Masters 1000 events and only competing in 10 of a possible 36 tournaments.

Let us not forget that Murray is a former US Open winner and two time Wimbledon winner as well as being a former world number one. His pedigree speaks for itself and there have been sparks of life from the 35 year old including climbing back into the top 50 for the first time since 2018 and reaching the Stuttgart Open Final in June of this year before being beaten by Matteo Berrettini.

It has not been a fantastic few years for Murray and that trend continued at Wimbledon with a loss against Isner, currently ranked at 20 in the world.

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Andy Murray aims to secure his first grass court title since 2016 when he faces world number ten Matteo Berrettini in the final of the BOSS Open in Stuttgart on Sunday.

Murray has made a dream start to the grass court season by reaching a final at the first time of asking, defeating a series of top class opposition along the way.

The 35-year-old made the headlines on Friday by registering his first win over a top-five player since 2016, knocking out Stefanos Tsitsipas 7-6, 6-3.

He then overcame Aussie ace Nick Kyrgios 7-6, 6-2 in Saturday’s Semi-Finals to maintain his record of having not dropped a set so far this week.

Murray, who underwent career-saving hip surgery in 2019, is preparing for next week’s Cinch Championships at Queen’s Club before a return to Wimbledon later this month and has already played himself into a fine vein of form.

Now ranked world number 68, Murray has also defeated Christopher O’Connell and Alexander Bublik en route to the final and looks to be moving around the court with relative ease.

The Scot reached the final of the Sydney Classic at the beginning of the year but has not won an ATP Tour singles title since 2019.

The former world number one is chasing his ninth title on grass and a 47th career title and is out to avenge his defeat to Berrettini at Queen’s last year.

The Italian went on to win the title on that occasion and will hope that is a promising omen again here as he vies for a second ATP Stuttgart title in the last three stagings.

Berrettini has proved somewhat of a grass court specialist in recent years, finishing runner-up at Wimbledon last summer, while he began this season strongly by reaching the Semi-Finals of the Australian Open.

The five-time singles title winner has edged out Radu Albot and Lorenzo Sonego in deciding sets this week before overcoming Germany’s Oscar Otte in back-to-back tie breaks.

Murray and Berrettini have faced each other twice, firstly in 2019 – where the Brit prevailed in Beijing – before Berrettini levelled the head-to-heads thanks to his success at Queen’s in 2021.

The final is available to watch via a live stream on desktop, mobile or tablet devices from approximately 2pm BST.

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