Christopher O’Connell vs Taro Daniel live stream French Open preview

livetennisstaff in ATP Tour 26 May 2023

Taro Daniel and Christopher O’Connell come together for a matchup in the Round of 128 at the 2023 French Open.

The match on Monday, May 29 begins at 10:15 AM and will be available to live stream online.

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Christopher O’Connell vs Taro Daniel odds and prediction

Prediction: Christopher O’Connell has a 64.9% chance to win this match

Christopher O’Connell Taro Daniel
64.9% Chance to Win Match 41.7%
0.2% Chance to Win Tournament 0.2%

Christopher O’Connell vs Taro Daniel betting tips

O’Connell’s last competition was on May 25, 2023 at the Gonet Geneva Open, when he fell 7-6, 5-7, 4-6 to Grigor Dimitrov in the quarterfinals.

O’Connell has played 13 matches on clay this year, and 25.4 games per match.

O’Connell has won 79.9% of his service games on clay, and 25.9% of his return games.

Daniel’s last match on May 8, 2023 was a three-set loss to Emilio Nava 6-0, 2-6, 4-6 in the qualifying round at the Internazionali BNL d’Italia.

Through five matches on clay courts this year, Daniel averages 25.4 games per match and 9.1 games per set with a 46.5% game winning percentage.

In games on clay courts, Daniel has a 57.1% winning percentage in service games and a 28.6% winning percentage in return games (eight service games won out of 14, and four return games won out of 14 on clay).

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