World number 35 and Italian Lorenzo Sonego will take on the 78th-ranked Benoit Paire of France in the first round of the 2022 ATP Stuttgart Open on Monday, June 6. Get the live streaming options of this Lorenzo Sonego v Benoit Paire match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Lorenzo Sonego v Benoit Paire Head to Head
No previous matches have been played between Sonego and Paire before this.
Sonego Coming off French Open Third Round
While Sonego is more of a clay court specialist, his time on clay this season wasn’t his best. It was only a third round appearance at the French Open earlier this month that proved to be saving grace for Sonego but otherwise the performances on clay too weren’t the best for the Italian.
The good news for Sonego is whatever little he’s played on grass so far, he has done reasonably well.
One of Sonego’s two ATP titles have come on this surface, with his overall record on grass reading 11-6. Even on his most favourite surface, clay, Sonego carries a 36-34 record.
The question now is if Sonego can reproduce that same form he has on grass in the past despite the obvious nature of its small sample size making it difficult to gauge his showing on that surface.
Paire 3-17 This Season
Woeful. That’s the only way to describe Paire’s performances on court this year and that is underlined by his appalling 3-17 win-loss record in main draws of competitions.
Paire’s rare wins came at the Australian Open where he shocked Grigor Dimitrov to reach the third round and another shock victory against Emil Ruusuvuori in the opening round in Geneva.
Those three victories aside, the once 18th-ranked Paire has continued to slide down the rankings charts thanks mainly due to his pattern-defining string of opening losses.
What Paire will hope to do is to register his first ever win on grass since he reached the fourth round of Wimbledon in 2019. Can he turn his form around on a surface he has done as well – or badly – as the other surfaces?
Sonego v Paire Prediction and Tip
Sonego might not be the best player on grass but he has shown enough on that surface to suggest he should have no worries against the struggling Paire.