Prajnesh Gunneswaran (@1.5) vs James Ward (@2.5)
10-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Prajnesh Gunneswaran will win

Prajnesh Gunneswaran – James Ward Match Prediction | 10-09-2019 01:30

But first, he'll be facing Prajnesh Gunneswaran. They even played their Davis Cup match vs Italy on that surface. His current record is 1-3 in main draws at the highest level and he didn't start this grass courts season very well, losing two times in first qualifying round past two weeks. But he is not very skilled at playing on it. First, he fell to Matteo Viola in Stuttgart and then had no chance against James Ward at Queen's Club. Serbian has a pretty favorable situation in his part of the draw with Joao Sousa being the seeded player and a potential opponent in the second round. As a former British colony, they have quite a few of those. Coming from India, you might think he has some experience with the grass courts.

Bet is Gunneswaran to win the match. Ward's best results was getting to the semifinals in the Leon Challenger. Prajnesh Gunneswaran looks to be favourite for this match however Ward is a strong player and a tight competition is expected. Prajnesh Gunneswaran and James Ward will play each other in the 2nd round of the Shanghai challenger. The best results of the season for Gunneswaran was reaching the final in the Anning Challenger. The last time that they competed against each other Ward won 6-1 6-4 in the Qualifications in London back in June 2019.

12 Prediction: Prajnesh Gunneswaran will win in full event at odds 1.52

But on grass courts, points are much shorter. Spread is currently -2.5 while the total is sitting at 22. Players are not in danger of fatiguing as often as it happens on clay courts. My take on it is that linemakers were too careful, probably not willing to trust Tipsarevic and his match fitness at the moment, considering he's not been playing very often lately. After opening Tipsarevic just north of -140, the action was pretty lopsided and pushed the price on the favorite to -175.

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Lost to Hugo Delien in Geneva, after beating Peter Gojowczyk in the first round. And those injuries were no joke whatsoever. After doing a couple of surgeries on his right knee, he finally got some momentum going and was on the brink of returning to Top 50 until his hamstrings gave up on him and also needed surgical repair. In this tournament, he is playing with a protected ranking from times before the hamstring surgeries. You can use your protected ranking only limited number of times, so he's picking his spots carefully. His career was derailed by a series of injuries that kept him of the court for extended periods of time. And managed to put Grigor Dimitrov through hell in the 1st round of Roland Garros, before eventually losing in 5 sets. But the love for tennis inspired Tipsarevic for another comeback. After that, he injured his right knee, because he was overcompensating with his right leg in order to protect the left one, which was previously injured. In Houston, he reached the quarterfinals. It seems like a decade past since Janko Tipsarevic was a Top 10 player. 8) in April 2012. He is currently on the edge of Top 300, but the main reason was not performing badly on the tennis court. He hasn't played much lately, but at 3 previous ATP tournaments where he partake, he showed that he should not be written off just yet. He had a benign tumor on his left foot, which was removed but then reappeared which kept him off the court for almost 2 years. Actually, it indeed was almost a decade ago when he reached his highest career ranking (no.

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Honestly, his game is not suited that well for this surface. He is 37-32 in his career. Tipsarevic's game is way more productive in these playing conditions. Has great hands and picks up those low bouncing shots without any problems. He can hit a powerful first serve, but that alone is not enough to be a good grass court player. Not a bad server either. He likes to put a lot of topspin on his forehand side, which has no real impact on this playing surface. He strikes the ball very flat from both wings. He is a big guy, who is pretty awkward with his movement.