ATP Adelaide International 2022: Thiago Monteiro vs Marin Cilic Preview, Head to Head, Prediction, and Live Stream

Brazilian tennis player Thiago Monteiro will take on Croatian professional Marin Cilic in the second round of the ATP Adelaide International 2022.

In the second round of ATP Adelaide International 2022, current World No. 88 Thiago Monteiro will take on World No.30 Marin Cilic.

Thiago Monteiro vs Marin Cilic: Match Details

  • Tournament: ATP Adelaide International 2022
  • Match: Thiago Monteiro vs Marin Cilic
  • Round: Second Round
  • Date: 5th January 2022
  • Venue: Adelaide, Australia
  • Surface: Hard Court
  • Prize Money: $500,000

Thiago Monteiro vs Marin Cilic: Preview

Thiago Moura Monteiro
Thiago Monteiro

Thiago Monteiro reached the third round of the French Open and also qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics. He has a career-high ranking of no.74 in the world. He has only one top 10 wins in his professional career.

Marin Cilic, on the other hand, is a highly established professional who has 20 career titles to his name and a career-high ranking of No.3 in the world. Cilic has been in immaculate form this previous season with a return to the top 30. He also earned a silver medal in the doubles event in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. He has also completed 500 match wins on tour.

Thiago Monteiro vs Marin Cilic: Head to Head

Marin Cilic
Marin Cilic

The two players have never been in a match against each other, the H2H stands 0-0.

Thiago Monteiro vs Marin Cilic: Match Prediction

Marin Cilic
Marin Cilic

The match is sure to be entertaining and thrilling and any advantage is sure to be minimal, but Cilic’s superior performance and proven great career as apparent by the high number of titles and prize money. . Even though Monteiro is a top 100 player himself, his chances of winning against Cilic seem slim.

Prediction: Marin Cilic to win in 3 sets.

Thiago Monteiro vs Marin Cilic: Broadcast and Live Stream Details

  • + Australia – beIN SPORTS Australia
  • Canada – TSN
  • France – beIN
  • Italy – SuperTennis
  • Japan – DAZN
  • Portugal – Eleven Sports
  • Russia – Eurosport
  • Spain – DAZN, TVE
  • United Kingdom – Amazon Prime Video
  • United States – Tennis Channel
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