Ilya Ivashka ( 50 ) vs Cristian Garin ( 37 ): Prediction Odds & Betting Tips, 26/05/22

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Free Predictions and Betting Tips for Ilya Ivashka vs Cristian Garin

Bookmaker Ratings prediction one: Garin to win – 1.52

Bookmaker Ratings prediction two: First set over 9.5 games – 1.68

Garin to Win

Cristian Garin has a 63.1% winning record on clay and a 7-3 win/loss record at the French Open. In addition, Garin won his last two second-round encounters at Roland Garros, and with his current form on clay, he is the favorite to win this match.

First Set Over 9.5 Games

The first set of three of Ivashka’s last four matches this year produced more than nine games. The same trend happened in Garin’s same number of matches. With both players enjoying a similar form, we predict the first set will be a close one and produce over 9.5 games.

Preliminary Review and Match Prediction for Ilya Ivashka vs Cristian Garin

Ilya Ivashka

After a negative clay court record during the build-up to the French Open, Ilya Ivashka won his first-round match beating Benoit Paire 3-1. To point out, the Belarussian had a 3-5 win/loss record on the red dirt in 2022 and had his best result in Geneva when he reached the third round after beating Shapovalov.

At Roland Garros, the 28-year-old played in the main draw just once in his career. That was in 2018 when he lost in three sets in the first round to Dominic Thiem. Overall, clay is not Ivashka’s favorite surface as we can see with his 12-16 career record.

Cristian Garin

After losing the first set 7-5 in his first-round match against Tommy Paul, Cristian Garin completely turned the match upside down and won the next three sets. In fact, it was an almost flawless second set by the Chilean who committed just two unforced errors and won 10/10 of his first serve points.

Last year, the former number 17 had a fine run in Roland Garros by reaching the fourth round. That was the 25-years-old’s best result in Paris and with a respectable 8-3 record, Garin is the favorite to advance here. 

Ilya Ivashka vs Cristian Garin Prediction

Ivashka has the ability to trouble Garin in this match but all the analysts are expecting the Chilean to come on top here. Being a clay specialist is important in Roland Garros and that is why we predict Garin to win.

Safe Bet

Ilya Ivashka won a set in seven of his last eight matches this year on clay. As a result, Ivashka covered the +1.5 sets handicap in all of those matches. At the odds for Ivashka to cover the +1.5 sets handicap is 1.73 meaning he will win at least one set and we will back it as our safe bet.

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Cristian Garin’s three wins out of his last six at Roland Garros were by the score of 3-1. We think Ivashka will manage to win a set but Garin will finish the job in four sets. Thus, with odds of 3.85 at, we will back the correct score of 3-1 in favor of Garin.

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Match Details and Statistics

Type of Court: Clay

Ivashka Ranking: 50

Ivashka 2022 Win/ Loss: 8-10

Garin Ranking: 37

Garin 2022 Win/ Loss: 11-12

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Who won the last meeting between these players?

This is the first meeting between these players.

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Thursday’s match will be played at Roland Garros in Paris.

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