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ATP Melbourne Summer Set 2022: Grigor Dimitrov vs Maxime Cressy Preview, Head to Head, Prediction and Live Stream

Former World No.3 Grigor Dimitrov will take on Maxime Cressy in the ATP Melbourne Summer Set 2022.

Grigor Dimitrov vs Maxime Cressy

Former World No.3 Grigor Dimitrov will lock horns with Maxime Cressy in the semi-finals of the ATP Melbourne Summer Set 2022.

Grigor Dimitrov vs Maxime Cressy: Match Details

  • Tournament: ATP Melbourne Summer Set 2022
  • Match: Grigor Dimitrov vs Maxime Cressy
  • Round: Semi-finals
  • Date: 8th January 2022
  • Venue: Rod Laver Arena
  • Surface: Hardcourt
  • Prize Money: $521,000

Grigor Dimitrov vs Maxime Cressy: Match Preview

Grigor Dimitrov

Dimitrov had an injury-ravaged season as he finished 2021 without any titles. The Bulgarian tennis professional reached his 4th quarter-final at the Australian Open this year, losing to qualifier Aslan Karatsev. At his best, the Bulgarian was ranked 3rd in the world.

Meanwhile, Maxime Cressy is a French American professional tennis player. He has a career-high ATP singles ranking of World No. 112 achieved on 6 December 2021. He also has a career-high doubles ranking of World No.180 achieved on 18 November 2019. Cressy has won 3 singles titles and 2 doubles titles on the ATP Challenger Tour. The American reached the semifinal after beating Joao Sousa 6-2 6-3, Andrea Vavassori 7-66 7-610, Rinky Hijikata 6-3 6-0, Reilly Opelka 4-6 7-65 7-69 and Jaume Antoni Munar Clar 7-63 6-4.

Grigor Dimitrov vs Maxime Cressy: Head to Head

Grigor Dimitrov will take on Maxime Cressy in the semifinal for the 1st time in their careers.

Grigor Dimitrov vs Maxime Cressy: Match Prediction

Maxime Cressy

Dimitrov would be an overwhelming favourite for the tie as the Bulgarian looks to shed his injury problems and return to his best form this year as he looks to close the gap between him and the Big 3 this year.

Match Prediction- Dimitrov to win in straight sets.

Grigor Dimitrov vs Maxime Cressy: Broadcast and Live stream details

  • USA- Tennis Channel
  • Australia– beIN
  • UK and Ireland- Amazon Prime
  • The Middle East and North Africa- beIN Sports
  • Central America- ESPN
  • Caribbean Islands- Sportsmax
  • South America and Oceania- ESPN International
  • Canada- TSN and DAZN
  • Sub-Saharan Africa- SuperSport

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