In the sixteenth finals of the grass tournament in Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands, the duel between Matthew Ebden, the world number 64 and the French Pierre Hugues Herbert, is scheduled for Monday, June 10th, starting at 12:00, Romania’s 43rd the ATP hierarchy. It is also the first meeting between the two tennis players.
1.The form of players and the latest direct results
- Form Matthew Ebden (last 5 games): L W W L L
- Form Pierre Hugues Herbert (last 5 games): L W L W L
2.Advanced and statistics
Matthew Ebden, the Australian tennis player, number 64 in the ATP standings, is on his third show on the main board of the Hertogenbosch tournament. In the previous edition of the competition, he managed to reach the semifinals, being defeated by the French player Jeremy Chardy.The Monday game is the fourth on the grass for Ebden, defeated in the quarter-finals of the Surbiton tournament, 0-2 by Marius Copil’s tennis player.More than a year has passed since the last trophy conquered by Ebden, more precisely since May last year, when he set himself in the final of Challenge Tournament in Busan, South Korea, 2-0 against Canadian Vasek Pospisil.
Pierre Hugues Herbert
Pierre Hugues Herbert, number 43 in the ATP rankings, was for the first time in his career on the main board of the Hertogenbosch tournament, where he only participated twice, being eliminated from qualifying on both occasions.Herbert comes after a modest success at home in the French Open in Paris, where he was eliminated in the second round of the competition by the countryman Benoit Paire, with a score of 2-6, 2-6, 7-5, 7 -6 and 9-11 in the decisive.Although it has been more than 9 years since the ATP circuit entered, the French tennis player has not yet managed to award any major trophies, the latest success being recorded more than two years ago in the Challenger Challenge in Orleans, France, on the hard surface.
Tennis Prediction of the Day Matthew Ebden vs Pierre Hugues Herbert
Although on a first analysis the French tennis player seems to be the favorite of this meeting, I will bet on a victory of the Australian Matthew Ebden, relying on his superior experience on this type of surface, but also on the advantage given to him by the few matches played on the grass, just a few days ago, which may be decisive in establishing the winner of the Monday dispute.
Prediction Today: Matthew Ebden wins