Benjamin Bonzi vs. Stefanos Tsitsipas Pick – ATP Mallorca June 24, 2022

There are two smaller tournaments on the grass just days before Wimbledon officially begins. Qualifying matches have been on the agenda at Wimbledon before the action begins next week. You don’t have to wait for Wimbledon to hit the court with the ATP Mallorca and Eastbourne getting down to the finals.

Mallorca and Eastbourne are both in the semifinals, with two matches on Friday and the final round for the Mallorca Open on Sat afternoon. The Eastbourne will wrap up on Saturday as well to give an extra day before Wimbledon.

There was a massive upset in the Mallorca Open on Thursday afternoon in Spain. Daniil Medvedev had to be too interested in the experience on the beautiful Spanish island yesterday. He was chased out of the tournament with a straight set loss to Roberto Bautista-Agut.

The favorite is gone from Mallorca, with four players still alive to win the Mallorca Open title. Stefanos Tstisipas is likely the most popular pick to win, but Bautista-Agut was in peak form against Medvedev.

Tsitstipas has to get past Benjamin Bonzi first before getting to the final round. Bonzi has gotten through his matches quickly, with three straight-set wins. He is the No. 56 player on the ATP Tour, but playing much better than advertised.

Tsitsipas isn’t exactly a master on the grass. He isn’t bad, but beatable.

A grass surface isn’t a specialty of Tsitstipas, but he’s playing confidently after some tough defeats recently. He’s changed his approach just a bit, and it’s working for him at the moment.

This is the second match in two tournaments that Bonzi and Tsitstipas will meet. They just saw each other at Halle last week.

In the rematch, we’ll see if Bonzi can beat Tsitsipas this time after giving him a good match in Germany. Head below for our free Bonzi vs. Tsitsipas prediction on June 24, 2022.

Benjamin Bonzi vs. Stefanos Tstisipas ATP Mallorca Open Live Betting Odds:

Mallorca Open odds are courtesy of Bovada:
Players Spread Moneyline Total
Benjamin Bonzi +2.5 (-105) +190 Over 23 (-125)
Stefanos Tsitsipas -2.5 (-125) -230 Under 23.5 (-105)
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Benjamin Bonzi vs. Stefanos Tsitsipas Prediction:

Benjamin Bonzi was in good shape at the Stuttgart Open before having to withdraw and bow out. He won his first two matches in straight sets, with a 7-6, 6-2 win against No. 60 Arthur Rinderknech, and then exited with an injury before his next match.

No problem for Bonzi since dropping out of the Stuttgart Open, though. He lost a tough one to Tstistipas in the Halle Open, with a 6-7, 6-1, 3-6 loss on the grass. Despite losing, Bonzi showed up with some competitive spirit.

He had Tsitsipas on the ropes in the first set in a tiebreaker. Impressively, Bonzi won the next set easily by a final of 6-1. He didn’t fold after losing a tough set.

He’s been more than fine on the grass in recent matches. Bonzi is 7-3 on a grass surface over the last two years. In 2022, Bonzi lost just two of 14 sets.

Expect Bonzi to make Tsitsipas work for another win this time.

Can he pull off the upset? It’s going to require Tsitstipas to commit multiple double faults and unforced errors, but he’s not without a chance.

Tsitstipas is 4-2 on the grass this year. He’s better built for the clay, but can be fine on the grass. Before this year, the native of Greece was just 8-7 on the grass.

This looks like a match that won’t be over too quickly. Tsitsipas holds the talent advantage over Bonzi, but there shouldn’t be any surprises for Bonzi after he just saw him recently in Germany. The OVER at 23 games looks like a decent bargain.


Bonzi vs. Tsitsipas Pick
Kyle E / Author

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