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ATP Melbourne Summer Set 2022: Nick Kyrgios vs Alex Molcan Preview, Head to Head, Prediction, and Live Stream

Australian player Nick Kyrgios received a wildcard into the warmup tour for AO 22, will go up against Slovakian, Alex Molcan in the first round.

In the Summer Set 2022, which is a warm-up tournament for the Australian Open, World No.93 and former No.13 Nick Kyrgios will face off against World No.87, Alex Molcan.


Nick Kyrgios vs Alex Molcan: 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

Nick Kyrgios vs Alex Molcan: Match Preview

Nick Kyrgios

Nick Kyrgios is known to make tennis matches quite entertaining, with his showmanship and the controversies that he has been involved in, but his tennis career has also shown that he’s also very talented at the sport. He hasn’t played since September 2021 and is on a 5 match losing streak, and he will be looking to put a stop to it for sure.

On the other hand is his opponent, Slovak player Alex Molcan who had just made his ATP debut in January 2021, is quite new to the scene.

Nick Kyrgios vs Alex Molcan: Head to Head

Alex Molcan

The players have not played a match against each other, therefore the head-to-head stands at 0-0.

Nick Kyrgios vs Alex Molcan Bagnis: Match Prediction

Nick Kyrgios

2021 had not been the model season for Kyrgios as he withdrew from a lot of tournaments and then ended his season early after a losing streak, but that cannot stand to the fact that when Kyrgios players in form, he is a more formidable opponent than Molcan due to the latter’s lack of experience.

Prediction: Nick Kyrgios to win in 3 sets.

Nick Kyrgios vs Alex Molcan: 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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