Germany’s Oscar Otte will hope he can continue with his good form when he takes on Miomir Kecmanovic of Serbia in the first round of the 2022 ATP Halle Open on Monday, June 13. Get the live streaming options of this Oscar Otte v Miomir Kecmanovic match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Oscar Otte v Miomir Kecmanovic Head to Head
There have been no previous matches played between the 31st-ranked Kecmanovic and Otte, who will improve to 51st in the world when the new rankings come out on Monday.
Otte’s New Love, Tiebreakers
Otte made it as far as the semifinal at the Stuttgart Open, helped partially by the withdrawal of Benjamin Bonzi in the quarterfinal but majorly because of his ability to hold his serve.
So much so that in the two matches he won in that tournament on grass, Otte needed four tie-breakers to get to the last eight stage. And then following the retirement of Bonzi, he took Matteo Berrettini to another couple of tie-breakers in the semifinal of that event before crashing out but with his head held high.
Essentially, he had played three matches, six sets and all of them had gone into a tie-breaker.
What he will hope for now is to use that serving and improved form against a player featuring in his first match on grass to carve out a surprise win.
Kecmanovic at Career-Best Ranking
While Kecmanovic would be featuring in his first match on grass for the season, it might not matter that much given what he has managed to achieve all year.
The Serbian improved to 31st in the world after reaching the third round at French Open, having earlier shown solid form at Australian Open, Indian Wells Masters and Miami Masters. A couple of quarterfinal appearances in those last two tournaments followed a fourth round entry at the season’s first major.
Kecmanovic’s proficiency on clay was tested to an extent but with an overall 7-6 record on grass, the Serb won’t be looking to take a back step even against Otte’s good form.
Expecting the world number 31 to look to get off to a winning start in a tournament he had been knocked out in the first round in 2019.
Otte v Kecmanovic Prediction and Tip
Otte looks to be slightly long at 13/10 to win this. While those are tempting odds, we still think Kecmanovic will scrape through to a win but not before getting bit of a working over from Otte.