Brayden Schnur and Yosuke Watanuki will clash against each other in the 2nd round of the the Dallas Challenger for the 1st time in their career. They are scheduled to compete on Tuesday at 1:30 pm on COURT 1. Here the head to head stats and the relative prediction.

Prediction, odds and who is the favorite

The pick for Tennis Tonic is Yosuke Watanuki that should win in 3 sets.

See updated oddsRegarding the initial odds of bet365, Yosuke Watanuki is the pick to win this match.
Yosuke Watanuki -> 1.44
Brayden Schnur -> 2.62

 

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Brayden Schnur

Ranked no. 118, the Canadian will start his run in the Dallas Challenger after he played his last match in the Newport Beach Challenger where he lost 3-6 6-3 6-2 to Kwiatkowski in the 3rd round the 30th of January.

The Canadian has a 2-3 win-loss record in 2020, 0-0 on indoor hard courts (See FULL STATS).

This will be the first match of the season on indoor hard courts.

Talking about his overall career, The Canadian has an overall 80-86 record. He has positive 21-15 record on indoor hard courts.

Last year in the Dallas Challenger

Schnur capitulated in the quarter 6-2 6-2 to Mackenzie Mcdonald.

Yosuke Watanuki

Ranked no. 265, the Japanese reached the 2nd round after defeating Sebastian Korda 6-3 7-5.

In the 1st round, The Japanese had a good straight sets win against Korda (6-3 7-5). During the match Watanuki scored 81 points vs Korda’s 67. Yousuke was extremely aggressive to blast 34 winners.

Talking about serving, Watanuki blasted 9 aces and he committed only 6 double faults. Yosuke Watanuki lost the serve twice and he saved 6 break points. Furthermore, Watanuki put 56% of his first serves in, winning 68% (34/50) of the points behind his 1st serve and 49% (19/39) on the 2nd serve. The Japanese broke Korda 4 times after converting 57% of his break points (4/7).

Watanuki has a fantastic win-loss record in the last 6 years having won 74% of his matches (63-22). 1-0 on indoor hard courts in 2020. Talking about his performance on the same surface of this event, Watanuki has a 72-51 win-loss record in the last 6 years on indoor hard courts.

Watanuki has a 3-2 win-loss record in 2020, 1-0 on indoor hard courts (See FULL STATS).

Last year in the Dallas Challenger

The Japanese didn’t play in the Dallas Challenger in 2019.

Head 2 Head

Win Loss
Schnur
WLLLLWLWL
Watanuki
LWWLWWWWWL
2020 2019 2018
3 - 6
11 - 5
2-3
Hard
2-2
1-3
I Hard
9-3

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