Christopher O’Connell vs Lorenzo Sonego live stream MercedesCup preview

livetennisstaff in ATP Tour 13 Jun 2023

The Round of 16 of the 2023 MercedesCup includes Lorenzo Sonego and Christopher O’Connell going head to head at TC Weissenhof, Stuttgart.

The match gets under way from 9:00 AM on Wednesday, June 14 and will be available to watch live online.

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Christopher O’Connell vs Lorenzo Sonego odds and prediction

Prediction: Lorenzo Sonego has a 69.2% chance to win this match

Christopher O’Connell Lorenzo Sonego
36.4% Chance to Win Match 69.2%
4.3% Chance to Win Tournament 11.1%

Christopher O’Connell vs Lorenzo Sonego betting tips

In his last match on Tuesday, O’Connell defeated Daniel Altmaier in two sets, 6-3, 6-1, to advance from the Round of 32.

Sonego won in two sets the last time he played, 6-1, 6-2 over Matteo Berrettini in the Round of 32 on Monday.

Sonego averages 15.0 games per match (15.0 in best-of-three matches) and 7.5 games per set in one match on grass this year.

Sonego has a 100.0% winning percentage in service games on grass courts and a 57.1% winning percentage in return games (eight of eight in service games, and four of seven in return games).

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