Nick Kyrgios and Hubert Hurkacz go head-to-head in the Halle Open semi-final on Saturday afternoon (3pm, UK time).
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Very few expected Pablo Carreno Busta to defeat Nick Kyrgios last time out and the Aussie star subsequently extended his superiority in head-to-head meetings, which now stands at 3-0, following a straightforward Halle quarterfinal win. Kyrgios produced no fewer than 13 aces and won 91% of the points on his first serves. On top of that he didn’t face a breakpoint on serve in the entire match, 6-4 6-2, and truthfully Kyrgios has been playing supremely on grass this year, in Stuttgart last week he made it to the semi final. In fact, Kyrgios has reached at least the quarter final stage in four of the six tournaments he’s played in 2022 so far, but the native of Canberra is yet to win a title on grass in his career.
It was a tense affair when Hubert Hurkacz met Felix Auger Aliassime in the quarter finals last time out. Hurkacz needed two two tiebreakers to book a Halle semi final berth. The big-serving Auger-Aliassime produced no fewer than 15 aces in the match and did not face a single breakpoint chance on his serve, but Hurkacz was able to reach that next level in the tiebreaker, 7-6 7-6. Having now eliminated reigning champion Ugo Humber and former semifinalist Aliassime the world number 12 is looking at a big windfall considering his previous Halle campaigns in 2019 and 2021 ended in the first round and his only campaign on grass this year in Stuttgart last week lasted one round. The ever-improving Pole only made his maiden semi final appearance on the grass at Wimbledon last year, but he wasn’t able to overcome Matteo Berrettini, who secured a four set victory.