Hunter Reese and Roberto Quiroz will fight against each other in the 1st round of the the Dallas Challenger for the 1st time in their career. They are scheduled to compete on Tuesday at 10:00 am on COURT 1. In this post, we analyze their head to head performance and the prediction.
Prediction, odds and who is the favorite
The pick for Tennis Tonic is Roberto Quiroz that should win in 2 sets.
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Prediction and head to head Hunter Reese vs. Roberto Quiroz
There is no head to head record between Hunter Reese and Roberto Quiroz since this will be the first time that they will face off in the main tour.
Ranked no. (career high), the American got to the 1st round after defeating Boris Arias 7-67 6-3.
In the qualifications, The American had a good straight sets win against Arias (7-67 6-3). During the match Reese scored 79 points vs Arias’s 73. Reese was extremely aggressive to blast 30 winners.
Talking about serving, Reese blasted 4 aces and he committed only 6 double faults. Hunter Reese lost the serve twice and he saved 4 break points. Furthermore, Reese put 52% of his first serves in, winning 67% (30/45) of the points behind his 1st serve and 55% (23/42) on the 2nd serve. Reese broke Arias 3 times after converting 50% of his break points (3/6).
Reese has a weak win-loss record in the last 4 years having won 44% of his matches (9-7). 1-0 on indoor hard courts in 2020. In connection with his performance on the same surface of this event, Reese has a 2-6 win-loss record in the last 4 years on indoor hard courts.
The American has a 1-0 win-loss record in 2020, 1-0 on indoor hard courts (See FULL STATS).
Last year in the Dallas Challenger
Hunter didn’t compete in the Dallas Challenger in 2019.
Ranked no. 262, the Ecuadorian will start his run in the Dallas Challenger after he played his last match in the Newport Beach Challenger where he lost 6-3 6-2 to Johnson in the 2nd round the 29th of January.
The Ecuadorian has a 3-2 win-loss record in 2020, 2-1 on indoor hard courts (See FULL STATS).
In terms of his career, Roberto has an overall 100-83 record. He has positive 12-7 record on indoor hard courts.
Last year in the Dallas Challenger
Roberto didn’t play in the Dallas Challenger in 2019.
Head 2 Head
Tennis Scores in Dallas Challenger
- Jurij RodionovRodionov – Roberto CidCid (7-65 6-3) – See score progression
- Aleksandar VukicVukic – Noah RubinRubin (7-5 6-2) – See score progression
- Thomaz BellucciBellucci – Christopher EubanksEubanks (1-6 6-2 7-62) – See score progression
- Alejandro TabiloTabilo – Mikael TorpegaardTorpegaard (6-4 6-3) – See score progression
- Yosuke WatanukiWatanuki – Sebastian KordaKorda (6-3 7-5) – See score progression
- Kevin KingKing – Dmitry PopkoPopko (7-5 6-3) – See score progression
- Brandon NakashimaNakashima – Ryan HarrisonHarrison (6-3 6-4) – See score progression
- Michael MmohMmoh – Aleksandar KovacevicKovacevic (7-62 7-67) – See score progression
- Maxime CressyCressy – Kaichi UchidaUchida (7-65 6-4) – See score progression
- Ernesto EscobedoEscobedo – Goncalo OliveiraOliveira (6-2 6-3) – See score progression
- Ulises BlanchBlanch – Evan ZhuZhu (6-4 6-3) – See score progression
- Joao MenezesMenezes – Nick ChappellChappell (6-76 6-3 6-1) – See score progression
- Denis IstominIstomin – Alejandro TabiloTabilo (0-0) – See H2H details
- Peter PolanskyPolansky – Michael MmohMmoh (0-2) – See H2H details
- Emilio GomezGomez – Maxime CressyCressy (0-1) – See H2H details
- Mitchell KruegerKrueger – Thomaz BellucciBellucci (0-0) – See H2H details
- Michael RedlickiRedlicki – Dennis NovikovNovikov (0-1) – See H2H details
- Hunter ReeseReese – Roberto QuirozQuiroz (0-0) – See H2H details
- Brayden SchnurSchnur – Yosuke WatanukiWatanuki (0-0) – See H2H details
- Kevin KingKing – Jason JungJung (0-0) – See H2H details
- Christopher O ConnellO Connell – Joao MenezesMenezes (0-0) – See H2H details
- Stefan KozlovKozlov – Donald YoungYoung (1-2) – See H2H details
- Daniel Elahi GalanElahi Galan – Sekou BangouraBangoura (0-0) – See H2H details
- Ernesto EscobedoEscobedo – Jeff WolfWolf (1-0) – See H2H details
- Frances TiafoeTiafoe – Aleksandar VukicVukic (0-0) – See H2H details
- Ulises BlanchBlanch – Sebastian OfnerOfner (0-0) – See H2H details
- Jurij RodionovRodionov – Andreas SeppiSeppi (0-0) – See H2H details
- Brandon NakashimaNakashima – Bernard TomicTomic (0-0) – See H2H details