Denis Shapovalov (16) vs Tommy Paul (39) – Prediction, Odds & Betting Tips 14/06/22

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Denis Shapovalov and Tommy Paul will battle it out for a trip to the second round of the Queen’s Club Championship. The game will start on June 14 at 18:00 UK time.
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Bookmaker Ratings: Prediction One – Handicap (+3.5) for Paul – 1.70.

Bookmaker Ratings: Prediction Two – Total Games Over 22.5 – 1.85.

Match Predict – Handicap (+3.5) games for Paul

Paul knows exactly how to beat Shapovalov. After all, he’s already done it recently. At the tournament in London, Tommy, at the very least, should put up a fight against Denis.

Total Games – Over 22.5

Paul beat Shapovalov in three sets at a tournament in Stockholm in 2021. That was the only face-to-face meeting between them. It is possible that the same scenario could happen again.

Preliminary review and match prediction for Denis Shapovalov vs Tommy Paul 

Denis Shapovalov:

Shapovalov seems to be on another losing streak. It’s hard to say what’s going on with him, but at this pace, it won’t be easy to get back into the top 10.

Last week, Denis lost to Oscar Otte (6-7, 6-7) in the first round at the tournament in Stuttgart. He could not do anything on the German player’s serve, who won both sets on a tie-break.

This defeat was the fourth in a row for Shapovalov. The unpleasant series started at the Masters in Rome, where the Canadian reached the quarter-finals. He then failed at Geneva and Roland Garros.

Last season, Shapovalov reached the semi-finals in London, where he lost to Cameron Norrie (5-7, 3-6). 

Shapovalov has come out victorious in 7 of his last 10 matches on grass as a favourite. 

Tommy Paul:

Paul hasn’t been very successful lately either. He has a similar situation. After the Masters in Rome he has not won a single match so far.

At the tournament in Hertogenbosch last week, Tommy lost to  Brandon Nakashima (7-6, 6-7, 6-7). It is worth adding that all three sets of the match went to a tie-break.

Unlike other surfaces, Paul has so far played very rarely on grass. The only exception was the 2019 season, when he appeared at three tournaments at once, but did not win a single one at the main grid level.

Paul has lost 5of his last 6 matches in the first round of the main draw.

Safe Bets

In 3 of Shapovalov’s last 4 matches, more than 9.5 games have been played in the first set. We offer to bet on “1st Set Games – Over 10.5” with the odds of 2.23.

In Shapovalov’s last three matches a tie-break was played. We offer to bet on “Tie-Break – Yes” with the odds of 1.78.

Match Details and Statistics

Type of Court – Grass

Speed of Court – 9/10

Shapovalov’s Rating – 16

Denis Shapovalov Wins/Losses in 2022 – 16/12

Paul’s Rating – 39

Tommy Paul Wins/Losses in 2022 – 16/14

Most popular FAQ for Denis Shapovalov vs Tommy Paul 

Who won the last meeting between these players?

Paul was successful in their only head-to-head match at Stockholm Open in 2021 (6-4, 2-6, 6-4).

Where will this fixture be played?

The match will be played at Court 1The Queen’s Club, London, United Kingdom.

Which bookmaker has the best odds for this game?

We recommend checking out the odds for Queens Club: Paul vs Shapovalov at Sportsbet.io and VBet.

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