Milos Raonic vs Dennis Novak live stream Wimbledon preview

livetennisstaff in ATP Tour 01 Jul 2023

Milos Raonic and Dennis Novak are scheduled to square off in the Round of 128 of 2023 Wimbledon.

The match on Wednesday, July 5 starts at 10:00 AM and will be available to watch live online.

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Milos Raonic vs Dennis Novak betting tips

His most recent time out, Raonic lost to Jordan Thompson 6-7, 1-6 in the Round of 16 at Libema Open on June 15, 2023.

Raonic has played two matches on grass so far this year, and 19.5 games per match.

In terms of serve/return winning percentages on grass, Raonic has won 80.0% of his games on serve, and 15.8% on return.

Novak earned a victory in four sets the last time he played, 6-7, 6-3, 6-3, 6-4 over Yosuke Watanuki in the qualifying round on Thursday.

Novak averages 27.0 games per match (41.0 in best-of-five matches) and 10.1 games per set in three matches on grass courts this year.

Novak has an 82.9% winning percentage in service games while playing on grass and a 37.5% winning percentage in return games (34 of 41 in service games, and 15 of 40 in return games).

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