Nikoloz Basilashvili ( 24 ) vs Mackenzie Mcdonald ( 60 ): Prediction Odds & Betting Tips, 26/05/22

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Free Prediction and Betting Tips for  Nikoloz Basilashvili vs Mackenzie Mcdonald

Bookmaker Ratings prediction one: Basilashvili win – 1.49

Bookmaker Ratings prediction two: Over 3.5 sets – 1.57

Basilashvili to Win

Despite the fact that both players have a weak record in Roland Garros, Bailashvili’s results on clay are better than that of Mcdonald’s. The Georgian has won three titles on the red dirt while Mcdonald has a career 6-12 win/loss record on clay.

Over 3.5 Sets

The average number of total sets in Basilashvili’s matches at Roland Garros is 3.5. Meanwhile, Mcdonald’s encounters at the French Open usually produce 4.2 sets on average. In addition, both players’ first-round matches saw over 3.5 sets.

Preliminary Review and Match Prediction for Nikoloz Basilashvili vs Mackenzie Mcdonald

Nikoloz Basilashvili

Basilashvili did manage to register some interesting wins in the clay court season leading to the French Open. To illustrate, the former world number 16 beat Fognini, Evans, and Ivashka in the past few weeks but had to fight back from two sets down in his first match at Roland Garros.

In fact, the 30-year-old looked down and out after winning just five games in the first two sets against Maxime Cressey. However, the Georgian showed incredible resilience and fought his back despite facing a match point in the third set tiebreaker. In effect, Basilashvili has an opportunity to appear in the third round of the FFrench Open for the second time in his career.

Mackenzie Mcdonald

Having also lost the first set of his opening match, Mackenzie Mcdonald followed the footsteps of his opponent and came back from behind to win. That was the American’s third victory of his career at the French Open and with a 3-3 all-time win/loss record in Paris, Mcdonald is the underdog here.

Obviously, clay is not the 27-years-old’s favorite surface, nonetheless, it was quite impressive how Mcdonald was able to cope with difficulties in his first match against Agamenone. However, he needs to serve much better than his 64% if he wants to reach the third round for the first time in his career.

Nikoloz Basilashvili vs Mackenzie Mcdonald Prediction

We think this will be a close match with both players aiming to seize the chance to advance. Still, we find Basilashvili better on clay, especially in longer rallies, and predict that he will win.

Safe Bet

In Basilashvili’s five of his last six matches at Roland Garros, the first set had over 9.5 games. Likewise, the first set of Mcdonald’s four of his last six matches at the French Open produced the same number of games. Thus with odds of 1.86, we will back the first set to see over 9.5 games.

Match Details and Statistics

Type of Court: Clay

Basilashvili Ranking: 24

Basilashvili 2022 Win/ Loss: 8-16

Mcdonald Ranking: 60

Mcdonald 2022 Win/ Loss: 12-14

Most Popular FAQ for Nikoloz Basilashvili vs Mackenzie Mcdonald

Who won the last meeting between these players?

Basilashvili beat Mcdonald 6-3, 6-2 on February 7 2022 in Rotterdam.

Where will this match be played?

Thursday’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 Sportsbet.io for this match.

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