ATP Melbourne Summer Set 2022: Andy Murray vs Facundo Bagnis Preview, Head to Head, Prediction, and Live Stream

Former World No.1, Andy Murray will face off against Facundo Bagnis in his opening match at the Melbourne Summer Set 2022.

In the Summer Set 2022, which is a warm-up tournament for the Australian Open, World No.134 and former No.1 Andy Murray will face off against World No.76 Facundo Bagnis.

Andy Murray vs Facundo Bagnis: Match Details

Tournament: 2022 Melbourne Summer Set

Match: Andy Murray vs Facundo Bagnis

Round: First Round

Date: 3rd January 2022

Venue: Melbourne, Australia

Surface: Hard Court

Prize Money: $521,000

Andy Murray vs Facundo Bagnis: Match Preview

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Andy Murray

British player Andy Murray is making a return to the Australian Open after not participating in it since, 2019. The Brit received a wild card to the tournament, aiming to make a comeback after battling with injuries. He is a member of the Big 4, four of the most influential and great male tennis players of the 21st century.

On the other hand is Argentine player Facundo Bagnis, who is ranked the 76th in the world, has had the highest ranking of World No.55.

Andy Murray vs Facundo Bagnis: Head to Head

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Facundo Bagnis

This matchup is happening for the first time, therefore the head-to-head stands at 0-0. Yet, Andy Murray will be having an upper hand as he has conquered much greater heights in his professional career.

Andy Murray vs Facundo Bagnis: Match Prediction

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Andy Murray

Andy Murray has been in considerably better form in 2021 and he even beat Rafael Nadal in straight sets at the 2021 Mubadala World Tennis Championship. It is no surprise to anyone how great of a player Murray is, having 46 ATP singles titles and being a former World No.1

Facundo Bagnis will have to play a game he has never played before for having a chance at this match.

Prediction: Andy Murray to win in 3 sets.

Andy Murray vs Facundo Bagnis: 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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