I see it being the opposite. when Andreozzi is on, it's scary how good his level is: Fantastic angles, great defending and clutch shotmaking. If he keeps himself 'clear-minded', his ceiling should be ridiculously high!
When I say potential, I mean in a career. That is not to say he will do better, but he trains at Bolleteri academy, has practiced with Federer at a young age, while Guido stayed in Argentina. That being said, he is equally talented and could have a shot at breaking top-50. Tomorrow, we will see. Guido was great in these last two matches, however in Itajai against Dutra, I was disappointed. We'll see what happens