Aljaz Bedene (@1.28) vs Rayane Roumane (@3.25)
15-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Aljaz Bedene will win

Aljaz Bedene – Rayane Roumane Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 05:00

Before Monte Carlo, the Slovenian entered two clay tournaments and managed to reach at least the quarterfinal in both of them, at Rio de Janeiro (QF) and Buenos Aires (F). Aljaz Bedene registered his 12th win of the season and third in a row by defeating Mirza Basic on Monday. Bedenes only previous appearance in Monte Carlo ended in a second round exit at the hands of none other than, Rafael Nadal, in 2016, 3-6 3-6. Nine of his 12 wins in 2018 have come on the clay courts.

Dominic Thiem in Rome Masters) and its going to take a massive effort from Bedene to get anything out of this contest. Nadal has lost just once on clay in the last 15 months (vs. The Spaniard leads the H2H 1-0. Today we have a very intersting match for online betting. Our tennis prediction is ready for you to bet!

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Rafael Nadal reclaimed the #1 spot after Roger Federer failed to defend his points in the recently concluded sunshine doubles. Playing his first matches since retiring against Marin Cilic in the quarterfinal of the Australian Open 2018, Rafael Nadal looked ever so comfortable during his straight-set wins over Alexander Zverev and Philipp Kohlschreiber in the Davis Cup Group One quarterfinal tie earlier this month. He now has got a bulk of points to defend in the coming weeks, and its almost impossible for him to remain as the #1 by the end of the clay swing. The top seed Rafael Nadal got a first-round bye and will kickstart his 15th Monte Carlo campaign on Wednesday. Rafael Nadal is the most successful player in the history of Monte Carlo Masters having won this title ten times in the past, including winning them in seven consecutive seasons between 2005-2012. If not for an utterly dominant Novak Djokovic during 2012-2015, Nadal could have added two more Monte Carlo titles to his tally as two of his recent three defeats in Monte Carlo came against the Serbian #1, in 2013 and 2015. He is also the two-times defending champion as he won the title here in 2016 and 2017. He has never lost the opening round match here and losing to Guillermo Coria in the round of 16 in 2003 (debut appearance) was the earliest exit he suffered in this tournament.

The Romanian will be hoping to avoid his third straight defeat against the same opponent in the same venue in the space of 12 months when he takes on Aljaz Bedene in the first round of ATP Budapest this Monday. Marius Copil and Aljaz Bedene have met twice before with both the meetings coming here at Budapest in 2017. Bedene defeated Copil in the qualifying stages and again in the first round (Copil as a lucky loser).

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He finished his 2017 clay swing with the minus w/l ratio, 6/10. Aljaz Bedene put in a decent effort and won three games against Rafel Nadal in the second set during his second round match at Monte Carlo last week. Making his Budapest debut as a qualifier in 2017, Aljaz Bedene won six matches (five in straight sets) before losing to Lucas Pouille in the title decider. Copil has entered five tournaments on tour so far in 2018, and apart from finishing as the runner-up at Sofia and reaching the second round in Miami, he failed to win a match in the three other tournaments. Only Grigor Dimitrov has managed to win more than three games in a set against Rafael Nadal all week. He will now be looking to defend his runner-up points at Budapest this week. The Slovenian is so far having a fine season on clay having made the final at Buenos Aires and the quarterfinal at Rio de Janeiro. Marius Copil will play his first match on clay (on tour) since losing to Ivan Dodig in the first round of ATP Umag in 2017.

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