It could be a tricky start for Medvedev as he returns to the tour, after being very much subdued by Novak Djokovic in the Australian Open final. Despite reaching the quarter-final and semi-final in his first two years, he was summarily bundled out last year in the first round, so will be keen for a performance that befits a top seed.
R1: Egor Gerasimov | H2H: Tied at 1-1 (Incl. Challenger)
R2: Hubert Hurkacz | H2H: Tsitsipas leads 6-1
QF: Stan Wawrinka  | H2H: Wawrinka leads 1-0
SF: Andrey Rublev  | H2H: Tied at 3-3
F: Daniil Medvedev  | H2H: Medvedev leads 6-1
After a land-mark win over Rafael Nadal in the quarter-finals of the Australian Open, Tsitsipas was flat against Medvedev and has only ever picked up a win and a loss at Rotterdam, in the past, so will be keen to perhaps improve on that, with his first two opponents having been in action this week.
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It has been a while since Zverev had a decent run in Rotterdam, and has skipped the last two years, and could be looking at a decent run – his first three potential opponents have all been in action this week, with Alexander Bublik having to travel over from Singapore.
 Andrey Rublev – Best Results & Path to the Final (Ranking/Seeding)
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