Egor Gerasimov and Nikola Milojevic will play each other in the 2nd round of Tata Open Maharashtra for the 3rd time of their career. They are scheduled to compete on Thursday at 6:00 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 Egor Gerasimov that should win in 3 sets.
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Prediction and head to head Egor Gerasimov vs. Nikola Milojevic
This will be the 3rd time that Egor Gerasimov and Nikola Milojevic face off. The head to head is 1-1 for Gerasimov and Milojevic (see full H2H stats), but they have never competed against each other on hard.
The last time that they squared off, Milojevic won 7-5 6-3 in the qualifications in Paris back in 2019.
Ranked no. 90 (career high), Egor got to the qualifications after defeating Paolo Lorenzi 6-2 6-3.
In the 1st round, The Belarussian had a good straight sets win against Lorenzi (6-2 6-3). During the match Gerasimov scored 61 points vs Lorenzi’s 42. The Belarussian was extremely aggressive to blast 26 winners.
Talking about serving, Gerasimov blasted 9 aces and he committed only 3 double faults. Overall, Egor Gerasimov was extremely effective on serve to win 74% (26/35) of his 1st serve and 64% (9/14) on the second serve. However, this didn’t prevent his to concede the serve once. The Belarussian broke Lorenzi 4 times after converting 57% of his break points (4/7).
Gerasimov has a unfavourable win-loss record in the last 9 years having won 41% of his matches (423-288). 2-3 on hard in 2020. Regarding his performance on the same surface of this event, Gerasimov has a 177-129 win-loss record in the last 9 years on hard.
Egor has a 2-3 win-loss record in 2020, 2-3 on hard (See FULL STATS).
Last year in Pune
Egor lost in the qualifications 6-4 6-74 7-64 to Saketh-Sai Myneni.
In the 1st round, Milojevic had a good straight sets win against Hoang (7-65 6-4). During the match Milojevic scored 76 points vs Hoang’s 65. The Serbian was extremely aggressive to blast 33 winners.
Talking about serving, Milojevic blasted 4 aces and he committed only 1 double fault for the entire match. Overall, Nikola Milojevic was extremely effective on serve to win 85% (33/39) of his 1st serve and 61% (14/23) on the second serve. However, this didn’t prevent his to concede the serve once. The Serbian broke Hoang twice after converting 29% of his break points (2/7).
Milojevic has a winning win-loss record in the last 10 years having won 56% of his matches (415-323). 6-2 on hard in 2020. Regarding his performance on the same surface of this event, Milojevic has a 111-105 win-loss record in the last 10 years on hard.
The Serbian has a 6-2 win-loss record in 2020, 6-2 on hard (See FULL STATS).
Last year in Pune
Milojevic didn’t compete in Pune in 2019.
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H2H Performance in the tournament
Matches, sets, games and points
Gerasimov played 1 match while Milojevic competed in 3 matches. Milojevic started his run from the qualifications while Gerasimov had a direct access to the main draw. Both players have not lost a single set in this event so far. Gerasimov has played 4 sets less than Milojevic (2 vs 6). Therefore, Gerasimov played 41 games less than Milojevic. Egor scored 26 winners (43% on total points). On the other side, Milojevic blasted 92 winners (46%).
|Avg per match||9||5.7|
Gerasimov blasted 9 aces . Milojevic blasted 17 aces (5.7 per match). Gerasimov won 74% points on his first serve. He had a solid display on his second serve to win 64% of the points. On the other side, Milojevic won 80% points on his first serve. He had a solid display on his second serve to win 53% of the points.
How they played the important points
Egor broke his opponent 4 times with 57% conversion rate. The Belarussian conceded his serve once and he saved 75% of the break points that he conceded. The Serbian broke his opponents 10 times with 48% conversion rate. Nikola conceded his serve 3 times and he saved 50% of the break points that he conceded.
|% 1st in||71%||71%|
|% 1st pts||74%||74%|
|% 2nd pts||64%||64%|
|Score||6-3 6-2||6-3 6-3||7-65 6-4|
|% 1st in||70%||69%||63%||67%|
|% 1st pts||82%||73%||85%||80%|
|% 2nd pts||47%||47%||61%||53%|
Head 2 Head
Tennis Scores in Pune
- Jiri VeselyVesely – Salvatore CarusoCaruso (7-65 6-4) – See score progression
- Yuichi SugitaSugita – Viktor TroickiTroicki (w/o) – See score progression
- Richard BerankisRichard – Cedrik-Marcel StebeCedrik-Marcel (7-6(2) 6-1) – See score progression
- Yuichi SugitaSugita – Richard BerankisBerankis (0-0) – See H2H details
- Benoit PairePaire – Roberto MarcoraMarcora (1-1) – See H2H details
- Taro DanielDaniel – Sasi Kumar MukundKumar Mukund (0-0) – See H2H details
- Nikola MilojevicMilojevic – Egor GerasimovGerasimov (1-1) – See H2H details
- Ilya IvashkaIvashka – Stefano TravagliaTravaglia (1-0) – See H2H details
- Soon-Woo KwonKwon – Prajnesh GunneswaranGunneswaran (1-3) – See H2H details