The number seven seed Guido Pella of Argentina will play Taro Daniel of Japan in the second round of the ATP Munich Open on Thursday, May 2nd. The match will begin from 11 am local time (10 am BST) and you can find the Guido Pella v Taro Daniel live streaming options here.
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Guido Pella v Taro Daniel Head to Head
The pair have met once before in the Croatia Open last year, with Pella coming back from a set down to win.
Pella, Quarter-Finalist in Monte Carlo and Barcelona
Pella has been enjoying the European clay court season so far. He reached his first Masters quarter-final in Monte Carlo before losing to Rafael Nadal, and then repeated that feat in Barcelona, before going out to the eventual winner Dominic Thiem.
And he got his campaign in Bavaria of to a fine start by beating Mischa Zverev, elder brother of Alexander, the number one seed here, with ease, 6-2, 6-1. He will be hopeful that he can advance to his third quarter final here in as many weeks.
Daniel, 2018 Istanbul Title Winner
Daniel is American-born but has chosen to play for Japan internationally who he qualifies for through his parents. Currently number 71 in the world, that ranking is inflated by virtue of the fact that he won the one – and to date only – senior ATP title of his career almost a year ago, when he clinched the Istanbul Open.
He has done little so far this year to suggest he is close to repeating that form, with a quarter-final in Marrakesh the only performance of any note. This includes a very poor start to his season so far in which he is 11-15 on win-loss overall and 5-7 on clay.
However, he did begin his campaign here comfortably enough on Monday, beating Ugo Humbert of France in straight sets.
Pella v Daniel Predictions & Tips
Pella will start odds-on favourite at 2/9, whilst Daniel is priced at 41/10. The Argentine has reached two quarter-finals on the European clay court circuit so far and must be confident of advancing against an opponent who has shown very little form this year.
Tip: Pella to win in straight sets: 16/25 (888Sport)