World no. 99 Sam Querrey of the U.S. will meet World no. 106 Ricardas Berankis of Lithuania in the first round of the 2022 Wimbledon on Tuesday, June 28. Get the live streaming options of this Sam Querrey v Ricardas Berankis match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Sam Querrey v Ricardas Berankis Head to Head
Querrey has won all three of their previous meetings.
Querrey Is 24-13 at Wimbledon
Grass brings the best out of Sam Querrey and a 77-45 overall record on the surface is a testament of that. The American has also featured in five grass court finals, winning one of those at the Queen’s Club in 2010. most recently he finished runner-up in Mallorca last year.
This year Querrey is 2-2 on grass courts. He had come through the qualifiers in both ‘s-Hertogenbosch and Queen’s and then registered first round wins over Robin Haas and Diego Schwartzman respectively. But he lost in the Round of 16 of both the tournaments.
Back in the top 100 recently, Querrey will be looking to do well at his favourite Grand Slam, where he has a 24-13 record.
Querrey had reached the semifinals at Wimbledon in 2017 and was a quarterfinalist in 2016 and 2019. The 34-year-old couldn’t go past the second round in 2021 though.
How far can he go this year? There is a good possibility of him winning the opening round, but a win could mean a potential second round against second seed Rafael Nadal.
Berankis Struggles on Grass
Ricardas Berankis is set to make his ninth appearance at Wimbledon. The Lithuanian, 32, has won the first round on just three occasions but has never gone past the second round.
He is 6-6 at the tour-level this year, with two of his wins coming against Pakistan at the Davis Cup on grass.
A 13-time champion on the Challenger Tour, Berankis reached his 23rd Challenger final in Lille earlier this year, only to finish runner-up in the tournament.
While Berankis has been a solid hard court player throughout his career and has also produced results on clay, he has struggled to deliver on grass. In 2010, he did win a grass-court Challenger event in Nottingham, but has not found much success since then.
Querrey v Berankis Prediction and Tip
Querrey will be expected to win the opener and extend his dominance over Berankis.