Jiri Vesely ( 72 ) vs Steve Johnson ( 92 ): Prediction Odds & Betting Tips, 24/05/22

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Jiri Vesely vs Steve Johnson Free Predictions and Betting Tips

Bookmaker Ratings prediction one: Vesely to win – 1.57

Bookmaker Ratings prediction two: Over 3.5 sets – 1.55

Bookmaker Ratings prediction three: Johnson to win under 19.5 games – 1.83

Vesely to Win

Jiri Vesely is the favorite to win this match since he is the better-ranked player and won the only head-to-head meeting on clay. 

Over 3.5 Sets

Two of the last three matches in the French Open by Jiri Vesely saw over 3.5 sets. Likewise, Steve Johnson’s same number of matches were five-setters. 

Johnson to Win Under 19.5 Games

The average number of games won by Steve Johnson at Roland Garros is 17.4. Also, the American’s career average of games won at Grand Slams is 18. Thus we predict Johnson to win under 19.5 games.

Preliminary Review and Match Prediction for Jiri Vesely vs Steve Johnson

Steve Johnson

The American hadn’t won a match in 2021 (0-5) before arriving in Paris but managed to edge Frances Tiafoe and Thiago Monteiro in five sets to reach the third round at the French Open. He suffered plenty of opening-round losses in those 12 months but went 3-0 in the first round of slams (in 2021).

Johnson made a relatively better start to the 2022 season. He registered a win in six of the seven main-draw appearances he made on the main tour in these five months and pulled off a superb five-set win in the first round of the Australian Open, against Jordan Thompson.

Jiri Vesely

Vesely has shown both the best and worst sides of him in the early stages of the 2022 season. He defeated Roberto Bautista Agut, Novak Djokovic, and Denis Shapovalov en route to the finals in ATP Dubai, but also handed wins to the likes of Malek Jaziri and Hugo Dellien.

The big-serving Czech has competed at the French Open every year since 2013, but he never made it to the second week. His best result here was reaching the third round once in 2017, and three of his last four campaigns here ended in the first round.

Safe Bet

Both players winning at least one set has odds of 1.48 at Melbet. To justify, Vesely won an average of 3.5 sets per match in Roland Garos while Johnson’s average is 3.83. As a result, we will back both players to win at least a set.

Get Rich Quick

In the only meeting between Vesely and Johnson, the first set ended in a tiebreak. Moreover, in two of Jonson’s last four matches, the first set was decided by a tiebreak. Therefore, with odds of 3.80 at Melbet, we predict to see a tiebreak in the first set.

Match Details and Statistics

Type of Court – Clay

Vesely’s Ranking – 72

Vesely’s Win/ Loss in 2022 – 14-12

Johnson’s Ranking – 92

Johnson’s Win/ Loss in 2022 – 14-11

Most Popular FAQ for Jiri Vesely vs Steve Johnson

Who won the last meeting between these players?

Jiri Vesely beat Steve Johnson 7-6, 6-2 in Parma on clay.

Where will this match be played?

Tuesday’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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