Until recently, Paire lost three consecutive matches. Yesterday, however, the Frenchman finally interrupted an unsuccessful streak and confidently beated fast-growing Gregoire Barrere. But can the Frenchman continue to perform at such a high level? – Our prediction is here for you.

At what time are Benoit Paire and Alexander Bublik to play?
The game time is February 19, 2020, at 19:00 (GMT+1).

What are the players’ positions in ATP rankings?
Benoit Paire takes the 20th position and Alexander Bublik takes the 55th position in ATP Tour Rankings.

How many wins and losses does Benoit Paire have?
Benoit Paire has won 44.2% of games as a favorite.

How many wins and losses does Alexander Bublik have?
Alexander Bublik has won 61.8% of the games as a favorite.

Benoit Paire

Paire has already turned 30, but he’s still capable of progress. And not in his game plan, but in working on himself. After all, the Frenchman has the greatest experience of performance at the highest level, but he is still unable to control his emotions and because of this almost every match breaks rackets. When Benoit experiences a surge of emotions (discontent, constant quarrels with everyone), then he is no longer able to act at his level. That’s why the Frenchman can’t fully implement himself in tennis.

Benoit Paire got off to a very good start in the season and pleased the stands in various cities throughout January, but in February everything changed a lot. First the French failed the start of the tournament in Puna, losing to Roberto Marcora, who usually roams in the Challengers, and then the story repeated in Rotterdam, however, the rivals already had a much stronger vis-a-vis in the face of the Aljaz Bedene. Of course, the results are not the best, but returning to his homeland Benoit Paire seems to have played the usual tennis and in 2 sets dealt with his compatriot Gregoire Barrere.

Alexander Bublik

There’s no doubt Alexander got high hopes. But the problem is that the Kazakh is extremely straightforward and can do nothing else but put all the power into every blow and run to the net. The tennis player is completely dependent on the pitch and if he doesn’t pass the first ball, he sends the second one with the same speed, which leads to more double mistakes. Alexander is only 22 years old, and he already lets himself be told on the court how much he hates tennis every day. With this attitude, Bublik can only dream of a successful career.

Alexander Bublik, with the right mood, is able to give a good game, especially if it flies like a proper pitch, but it is rarely possible to see the game in a full force. Often Kazakh of Russian origin often runs out of control and begins to swear at the matches in his full voice and scream what surely doesn’t add to his play. Anyway, but in Montpellier, Rotterdam and now in Marseille it was possible to start with victories, and this week Alexander Bublik was stronger than Marton Fucsovics, with whom he was originally considered an outsider.

Betting Tips Statistics Head-to-Head

Highlights

  • Previously, tennis players have not met each other.
  • In the last five matches Bublik won three victories, Paire – two.
Benoit Paire vs Alexander Bublik
20 ATP Rank 55
30 (1989.05.08) Age 22 (1997.06.17)
Avignon, France Birthplace Gatchina, Russia
Geneva, Switzerland Residence Sestroretsk, Russia
6'5" (196 cm) Height 6'6" (198 cm)
176 lbs (80 kg) Weight 170 lbs (77 kg)
Right-Handed Plays Right-Handed
Two-Handed Backhand Two-Handed
2007 Turned Pro 2016
7/5 YTD Won/Lost 4/5
0 YTD Titles 0
221/231 CAREER W/L 25/29
3 Career Titles 0
$8,108,330 Career Prize Money $1,347,179
     
Benoit Paire Singles Service Record on hard Alexander Bublik
2,366 Aces 501
1,259 Double Faults 293
52% 1st Serve 58%
75% 1st Serve Points Won 75%
46% 2nd Serve Points Won 44%
1,935 Break Points Faced 274
60% Break Points Saved 58%
3,115 Service Games Played 500
75% Service Games Won 77%
61% Total Service Points Won 62%
     
Benoit Paire Singles Return Record on hard Alexander Bublik
30% 1st Serve Return Points Won 28%
49% 2nd Serve Return Points Won 46%
1,821 Break Points Opportunities 228
39% Break Points Converted 39%
3,115 Return Games Played 497
23% Return Games Won 18%
37% Return Points Won 35%
49% Total Points Won 49%

Paire vs Bublik Predictions

The fate of the upcoming match largely depends on Benoit Paire’s self esteem in this tournament. And he is sure to have the high one, because he still plays at home. Of course, Alexander Bublik may surprise, but in recent weeks there has been absolutely no reason to expect from the Russian Kazakh to play better, so the French can and will be able to pass to the next round of play-offs, so we won’t invent anything and bet on the success of the favorite.

  • Our prediction: Benoit Paire to win

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