Jordan Thompson vs Milos Raonic live stream Libema Open preview

livetennisstaff in ATP Tour 14 Jun 2023

The Round of 16 of the 2023 Libema Open includes Milos Raonic and Jordan Thompson going toe to toe at Autotron Rosmalen.

The match starts at 2:00 PM on Thursday, June 15 and will be available to live stream online.

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Jordan Thompson vs Milos Raonic odds and prediction

Prediction: Milos Raonic has a 60.0% chance to win this match

Jordan Thompson Milos Raonic
46.5% Chance to Win Match 60.0%
4.3% Chance to Win Tournament 7.7%

Jordan Thompson vs Milos Raonic betting tips

Thompson earned a two-set win over Giovanni Mpetshi Perricard (6-4, 7-6) in the Round of 32 in his most recent match on Tuesday.

Raonic claimed a victory in two sets the most recent time he played, 6-3, 6-4 over Miomir Kecmanovic in the Round of 32 on Monday.

Raonic averages 19 games per match (19 in best-of-three matches) and 9.5 games per set through one match on grass courts this year.

Raonic has a 90% winning percentage in service games while playing on grass courts and a 33.3% winning percentage in return games (nine of 10 in service games, and three of nine in return games).

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