On February 26, a match will be held within the framework of the ATP championship, in which Gael Monfils will go to court, and Yasutaka Uchiyama will confront this fight. Who will be faster? – Check our prediction.
At what time are Monfils and Uchiyama to play?
The game time is February 26, 2020, at 20:20 PM GST (UTC +4).
What are the players’ positions in ATP rankings?
Gael Monfils takes the 9th positions and Yasutaka Uchiyama takes the 99th positions in ATP Tour Rankings.
How many wins and losses does Monfils have?
Gael Monfils has won 64.3% of the games as a favorite.
How many wins and losses does Uchiyama have?
Yasutaka Uchiyama has won 78% of the games as a favorite.
French professional tennis player, semi-finalist of two singles Grand Slam tournaments (French Open 2008 and US Open 2016), winner of 10 ATP singles tournaments, former sixth single-player world racket, two-time finalist of the Davis Cup (2010, 2014) in the national team of France, the former first racket of the world in the junior ranking, winner of three junior Grand Slam singles tournaments, finalist of the singles tournament Orange Bowl (2003).
Monfils scored an incredible move. What can we talk about if he won ten games in a row for the first time in his career and so far does not even think of stopping. Moreover, in this tournament, the Frenchman can only be afraid of Novak Djokovic.
After the beginning of relations with Svitolina, Monfils changed for the better (which can’t be said about the Ukrainian). Now he is serious about the training process and the game at all. The most amazing thing is that from the very first to the last rally he keeps his concentration on the court. No longer performs “dude” and circus hits. In addition, Gael talked about the decline of his career, because he assesses his chances and understands that he will not be able to perform at a high level for a long time and now you need to take the maximum, while there is still such an opportunity. This season, Monfils will have to defend a lot of points in order to stay in the top 10. But so far, he successfully copes with this.
Japanese tennis player. The winner of one ATP doubles tournament. After receiving a special invitation to the tournament, he unexpectedly won his first ATP doubles tournament in Tokyo with Ben McLachlan in 2017 in Tokyo.
Uchiyama first made his name only last season, when he showed himself in several small ATP tournaments and made his debut in the top 100. But the problem is that the Japanese is not able to compete at this level and because of this he regularly drops to Challengers, where he gets points . Yasutaka has nothing special in his game and boasts only a more or less good serve (due to the first ball he wins easy points). In the draws, Uchiyama is too impatient, often forces events and makes a lot of mistakes, which is unforgivable on the ATP tour.
Betting Tips Statistics
- This will be the first meeting of tennis players on the court.
- Monfils won 10 from last 10 matches.
- Uchiyama won 4 from last 10 matches.
|Gael Monfils||vs||Yasutaka Uchiyama|
|33 (1986.09.01)||Age||27 (1992.08.05)|
|Paris, France||Birthplace||Sapporo, Japan|
|6’4″ (193 cm)||Height||6’0″ (183 cm)|
|187 lbs (85 kg)||Weight||172 lbs (78 kg)|
|$18,932,391||Career Prize Money||$806,465|
Singles Service Record
|Gael Monfils||Singles Service Record on hard||Yasutaka Uchiyama|
|74%||1st Serve Points Won||74%|
|50%||2nd Serve Points Won||53%|
|2,695||Break Points Faced||68|
|62%||Break Points Saved||59%|
|5,724||Service Games Played||156|
|82%||Service Games Won||82%|
|65%||Total Service Points Won||66%|
Singles Return Record
|Gael Monfils||Singles Return Record on hard||Yasutaka Uchiyama|
|31%||1st Serve Return Points Won||23%|
|50%||2nd Serve Return Points Won||50%|
|3,459||Break Points Opportunities||72|
|41%||Break Points Converted||28%|
|5,724||Return Games Played||158|
|25%||Return Games Won||13%|
|38%||Return Points Won||33%|
|52%||Total Points Won||49%|
Monfils vs Uchiyama Predictions
It’s difficult to talk about the chances of Uchiyama to win, because they are not corny. Gael is rested, courageous and confident in his own abilities, as never before. In addition, Yasutaka is corny nothing to surprise the Frenchman and Monfils is corny stronger in every game aspect. Therefore, Gael Monfils will win in two sets.
- Our prediction: Gael Monfils Will Win.