James Duckworth and Taro Daniel will play each other in the 2nd round of Tata Open Maharashtra for the 2nd time of their career. They are scheduled to compete on Thursday at 3:30 pm on CENTRE COURT. Here the head to head stats and the relative prediction.
Prediction, odds and who is the favorite
The pick for Tennis Tonic is James Duckworth that should win in 3 sets.
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Prediction and head to head James Duckworth vs. Taro Daniel
Ranked no. 96, James got to the 2nd round after beating Peter Gojowczyk 7-65 6-4.
In the 1st round, The Australian had a good straight sets win against Gojowczyk (7-65 6-4). During the match Duckworth scored 74 points vs Gojowczyk’s 70. Duckworth was extremely aggressive to blast 30 winners.
Talking about serving, Duckworth blasted 9 aces and he committed only 3 double faults. James Duckworth conceded no breaks for the entire match to save 2 break points. Furthermore, Duckworth put 57% of his first serves in, winning 70% (30/43) of the points behind his 1st serve and 66% (21/32) on the 2nd serve. James was clinical in his return game without wasting any break point and break Gojowczyk once.
Duckworth has a winning record in the last 10 years having won 58% of his matches (608-444). 2-2 on hard in 2020. In connection with his performance on the same surface of this competition, Duckworth has a 186-151 win-loss record in the last 10 years on hard.
The Australian has a 2-2 win-loss record in 2020, 2-2 on hard (See FULL STATS).
Last year in Pune
James conquered the title last year in Pune Challenger after defeating Jay Clarke 4-6 6-4 6-4.
Ranked no. 102, Taro reached the 2nd round after defeating Sasi Kumar Mukund 6-2 7-67.
In the 1st round, Daniel had a good straight sets win against Kumar Mukund (6-2 7-67). During the match Daniel scored 79 points vs Kumar Mukund’s 63. Taro was extremely aggressive to blast 33 winners.
Talking about serving, Daniel blasted 7 aces and he was extremely steady in conceding no double faults for the entire match. Overall, Taro Daniel was extremely effective on serve to win 77% (33/43) of his 1st serve and 61% (17/28) on the second serve. However, this didn’t prevent his to concede the serve once. The Japanese broke Kumar Mukund 3 times after converting 27% of his break points (3/11).
Daniel has a winning win-loss record in the last 10 years having won 55% of his matches (547-439). 7-2 on hard in 2020. Talking about his performance on the same surface of this tournament, Daniel has a 256-193 record in the last 10 years on hard.
Taro’s best result of the year was reaching the final in the Burnie Challenger.
Daniel has a 7-2 win-loss record in 2020, 7-2 on hard (See FULL STATS).
Last year in Pune
The Japanese didn’t compete in Pune in 2019.
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H2H Performance in the tournament
Matches, sets, games and points
Both Duckworth and Daniel played 1 matche. Both players have not lost a single set in this event so far. Talking about their workload, Duckworth and Daniel have played the same amount of sets 2. However, Duckworth played 2 games more than Daniel. The Australian scored 30 winners (41% on total points). On the other side, Daniel blasted 33 winners (42%).
|Avg per match||9||7|
Duckworth blasted 9 aces . Daniel blasted 7 aces . Duckworth won 70% points behind his first serve. He had a solid display on his second serve to win 66% of the points. On the other side, Daniel won 77% points on his first serve. He had a solid display on his second serve to win 61% of the points.
How they played the important points
James broke his opponent once with 100% conversion rate. The Australian was rock solid on his serve as he has never conceded a single service game after saving 2 break points. The Japanese broke his opponent 3 times with 27% conversion rate. The Japanese conceded his serve once and he saved 75% of the break points that he conceded.
|% 1st in||57%||57%|
|% 1st pts||70%||70%|
|% 2nd pts||66%||66%|
|% 1st in||61%||61%|
|% 1st pts||77%||77%|
|% 2nd pts||61%||61%|
Head 2 Head
Tennis Scores in Pune
- Yuichi SugitaSugita – Viktor TroickiTroicki (w/o) – See score progression
- Ilya IvashkaIvashka – Stefano TravagliaTravaglia (7-65 7-63) – See score progression
- Jiri VeselyVesely – Salvatore CarusoCaruso (7-65 6-4) – See score progression
- Richard BerankisBerankis – Cedrik-Marcel StebeStebe (7-62 6-1) – See score progression
- Yuichi SugitaSugita – Richard BerankisBerankis (0-0) – See H2H details
- Benoit PairePaire – Roberto MarcoraMarcora (1-1) – See H2H details
- Jiri VeselyVesely – Ilya IvashkaIvashka (1-0) – See H2H details
- Taro DanielDaniel – James DuckworthDuckworth (0-1) – See H2H details
- Nikola MilojevicMilojevic – Egor GerasimovGerasimov (1-1) – See H2H details
- Soon-Woo KwonKwon – Prajnesh GunneswaranGunneswaran (1-3) – See H2H details