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Stan Wawrinka and Kevin Anderson meet inside the quarterfinals from the 2015 US Open.

Stan Wawrinka is originating off a four set wow Donald Young and it has played 13 sets this tournament. Wawrinka is winning at the least 75 percent of his first serve points and 49 percent of his second serve points. Wawrinka has combined for 45 aces, 155 winners and 146 unforced errors within his last three matches. Wawrinka retains yet to try out his best tennis, as he’s had no lower than 32 unforced errors in a match and is also winning a minimal percentage on his second serve. Still, Wawrinka has dug deep each match and carries on use his power game to his advantage that eventually wears his opponent down. This is Wawrinka’s seventh grand slam quarterfinal appearance since 2014. Wawrinka hopes to create the second semifinal appearance of his career with the US Open.
Kevin Anderson is on its way off a four set conquer Andy Murray and possesses played 14 sets overall. Anderson is winning at the very least 79 percent of his first serve points and 42 percent of his second serve points. Anderson has combined for 62 aces, 182 winners and 104 unforced errors as part of his last two matches. Anderson is dominating his service game, specially when he gets his first serve in play. Anderson is definitely dangerous together with his serve, and he’s getting his first serve in play no worse than 62 percent in the time. The only nervous about Anderson is fatigue after all this. This is Anderson’s first grand slam quarterfinal appearance of his career. Anderson is now offering six wins over top-10 players since 2014.

These two have played seven times inside past, and Wawrinka has won four of the meetings. The most recent match was this year for the Queen's Club Championships and Anderson won it in straight sets. In fact, Anderson has beaten Wawrinka in all of their last four meetings. Wawrinka’s last make an impression on Anderson came inside 2013 Shanghai Masters. This will be the seventh time the 2 meet on hard court.

I’d give Anderson a try to beat Wawrinka given their form as well as the history. However, Wawrinka has played almost no this tournament while Anderson is originating off a match that took in excess of four hours to make the decision. I’m undecided Anderson has much left within the tank.

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