Robredo is a player that was once a TOP 5 worldwide and continues to have a lot of quality. In a good moment it continues to show tennis of TOP 50.
It is in these floors that best plays and where he competed a great part of his career recording his best results.
At this moment he walks around the Challengers to earn points and then return to the ATP circuit because he still has the quality to do so.
Here he beat youngster Botic Van De Zandschulp in 3 sets in the tie-break of the 3rd set and Jeremy Jahn in 2 sets. The picture is even competitive, but Robredo has a say in this tournament.
➡ Julien Cagnina, 23-year-old Belgian player who ranks 338th in the ATP Ranking.
This Belgian is a player who likes to play in the court, an interesting player in the Future circuit but who has never been able to truly affirm in the Challenger circuit where he does not record great results.
Julien Cagnina is in good shape, he has won 2 Futures and here he passed the qualifying stage in which he took away Guillerme Olaso and Alexander Lazov both in 3 sets and in both games to operate turnarounds on the scoreboard in which he lost the first set for both.
In the main frame, incredible as it may seem, the task is easier. He defeated Arthur de Greef 4-0 and gave up his compatriot in the first set.
He then beat Boy Westerhof in 2 straight sets and is in the quarterfinals improving his last year’s result where he lost in the second round.
Prognosis Coco Vandeweghe vs. Madison Keys:
Head to head: Never met
Conclusion: Cagnina can get here from 14 consecutive victories, but Robredo is a player with higher quality, more experience and who is playing good tennis, so I trust the Spanish tennis player.
It would be a big surprise to me if Julien Cagnina got any surprise here.
I admit that we can have some balance in the match and the sets, but Robredo will get over it and I believe he has everything in this tournament to win him and continue to climb places in the ATP Ranking.
All the value on the Spanish side even having odd low.