Arthur Rinderknech ( 65 ) vs Alexander Bublik ( 41 ): Prediction Odds & Betting Tips, 23/05/22

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Top Two Predictions and Betting Tips for Arthur Rinderknech vs Alexander Bublik 

Bookmaker Ratings prediction one: Rinderknech win – 1.57

Bookmaker Ratings prediction two: Over 3.5 sets – 1.57

Rinderknech Win

Despite being the lower-ranked player, the bookies are favoring Arthur Rnderknech to win this match. To clarify, the Frenchman has a better career clay record of 52.6% than Bublik who has won ten of 26 matches on the red dirt in his career.

Over 3.5 sets

In all of his participations in Grand Slam tournaments, Rinderknech has an average of 4.33 sets per match. Bublik on the other hand usually plays 3.70 sets per match when playing in the top four annual tournaments. 

Preliminary Review and Match Prediction for Arthur Rinderknech vs Alexander Bublik 

Arthur Rinderknech

Arthur Rinderknech enters the French Open with zero wins on clay this year. He has gone 0-2 on the surface but produced a competitive performance on both occasions by taking a set off Fabio Fognini in Monte Carlo Masters and playing two tiebreakers with Holger Rune in Lyon last week.

The 26-year-old Frenchman won 19 matches on clay during his career-best season in 2021 but still couldn’t make his mark in the French Open as he was beaten in straight sets by Marin Cilic in the first round.

Three of his five first-round matches in slams have gone the distance, and he won two of them against Miomir Kecmanovic at the US Open last year and Alexei Popyrin at the Australian Open earlier this year.

Alexander Bublik

Alexander Bublik has twice claimed he doesn’t like playing on clay in recent weeks and has lost five of his six matches on the surface in this European clay swing. However, to his credit, he stayed competitive in most of the matches and took sets off the likes of Pablo Carreno Busta, Marcos Giron, and Kamil Majchrzak.

The big-serving Kazakh has also produced decent performances at the French Open. He challenged Dominic Thiem in the second round of his debut main-draw campaign in 2019, defeated Gael Monfils in 2020, and did reasonably well against Daniil Medvedev last year.

Safe Bet

In the last meeting between Rinderknech and Bublik, each player won a set. In addition, the last four matches of the Frenchman in Grand Slams ended with both players winning at least a set. Hence, with odds of 1.54 at Melbet, we will back both players to win at least one set.

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In their previous meeting, the first set saw 13 games ending in a tiebreak. Moreover, Rinderknech’s first set of his last three Grand Slam matches produced over 10.5 games. With odds of 2.91 at Melbet, we predict to see over 10.5 games in the first set.

Match Details and Statistics

Court Type: Clay

Rinderknech Ranking: 65

Rinderknech 2022 Win/ Loss: 11-10

Bublik Ranking: 41

Bublik 2022 Win/ Loss: 10-12

Most Popular FAQ for  Arthur Rinderknech vs Alexander Bublik 

Who won the last meeting between these players?

Rinderknech beat Bublik 2-0 in Doha in 2022.

Where will this match be played?

Monday’s game will be played at Roland Garros in Paris.

Which bookmaker has the best odds for this fixture?

We recommend checking out the odds at Melbet for this match.

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