Novak Djokovic at the French Open.

ATP Tel Aviv predictions for Day 4 including Djokovic vs Andujar

The ATP Tel Aviv Open is in full swing and the best players will take part in an exciting day of tennis that promises to be. The Round of 16 Action will end with three of the top five seeded players in action. As always, at LWOT we preview and predict all five scheduled round of 16 matches for you.

ATP Tel Aviv day 4 predictions

Edan Leshem vs Vasek Pospisil

Head to Head – First encounter

Neither player has had a good year in singles, but both have done exceptionally well to qualify for the singles peloton. Edan Leshem looks motivated in his home tournament while Vasek Pospisil took out the eighth seed in three sets. All in all, it looks like an even game throughout, with the Canadian using his big serve to help get him out of trouble.
Prediction: Pospisil in 3

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Constant Lestienne vs Emil Ruusuvuori

Head to Head – First encounter

Constant Lestienne celebrated a solid win over compatriot Adrian Mannarino in straight sets and the 30-year-old is looking good. Apart from that, Emil Ruusuvuori is young, talented, and with his envious shot of the ball the Finn should thwart all chances of the Frenchman. Expect Ruusuvuori to be aggressive and Lestienne to take time.
Prediction: Ruusuvuori in 2

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Liam Broady vs Botic van de Zandschulp

Head to Head – First encounter

Botic van de Zandschulp has had a decent year so far in 2022 and should feel good about making a deep run here in Tel Aviv. With his aggressive style of play, the Dutchman should certainly enjoy the fast courts and complement the conditions well. Liam Broady has yet to defeat a quality opponent this year and it doesn’t look like he will start here.
Prognosis: van de Zandschulp in the 2nd

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Arthur Rinderknech versus Diego Schwartzman

Head to Head – First encounter

Diego Schwartzman was blitzed in his last Laver Cup singles match, but he should think he has a good chance of picking up a bunch of ranking points this week. Arthur Rinderknech is a tricky opponent in the first round but once established the Argentine should be able to extend baseline rallies and regularly elicit errors from the Frenchman.
Prediction: Schwartzman in 3

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Novak Djokovic versus Pablo Andujar

Head to head – Djokovic 2-0 Andujar

Novak Djokovic is keen to return to the main tour and his quest to rack up as many ranking points as possible begins now for the rest of the 2022 season. He has beaten Pablo Andujar in both games before and they are now meeting for the third time in more than ten years. Andujar has played on the tour for many years but is now taking on a player who also has a wealth of experience. Expect the Serb to get off to a strong start here barring any wrist complaints.
Prognosis: Djokovic in the 2

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