World no. 56, Benjamin Bonzi of France, will take on Daniel Altmaier of Germany, the world number 64, in the quarter-finals of the 2022 ATP Mallorca Open on Thursday, June 23. Get the live streaming options of this Benjamin Bonzi v Daniel Altmaier match along with its preview, head-to-head, and tips here.
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Benjamin Bonzi v Daniel Altmaier Head to Head
The pair have never played each other before. This will be the first match between the 26-year old Frenchman, and the German, who is three years younger.
Bonzi Upsets Shapovalov
Bonzi has no known form on grass, having reached the second round in Stuttgart but beaten first time out in Halle last week.
He had a slice of luck in his first round match – he was leading Alejandro Tabilo by a set and a break, when the Chilean had to retire injured.
There was nothing fortunate though about what he did on Wednesday as he dumped the number three seed, Denis Shapovalov of Canada, the man who reached the Wimbledon semi-finals last year, out of the tournament.
Bonzi drew first blood, breaking Shapovalov early in the first set, only for the Canadian to respond with a break of his own. But, serving to stay in the set, the world number 16 was broken once more.
Shapovalov had break opportunities early in the second set, could not take them and, instead, was broken again. He had chances to break back and was punished once more for failing to take them went he went a further break down.
And even with Bonzi serving to stay in the match, Shapovalov had three chances to at least extend the contest, none of which he took
Altmaier Battles Past Argentine
With Alexander Zverev ruled out through injury, Altmaier will find himself next week in the strange position of being the highest ranked German in the men’s singles at Wimbledon this year.
He began his final preparations, with a straight sets victory over Dusan Lajovic of Serbia, ranked one place above him, although it was a match of fine margins.
His second round opponent, Sebastian Baez of Argentina, is better known as a clay court player, having win the Estoril title in April.
And when the German won the first set easily, it seemed his greater familiarity with grass would pay dividends.
Baez. though, had other ideas, and two successive breaks of serve earned him the second set.
Break points were thin on the ground in the third set, but when Baez offered one up, Altmaier was quick to accept it. From there he served out with no further ado.
Bonzi v Altmaier Prediction and Tip
Neither man would normally expect to find themselves in the quarter-final of a grass court competition, and this will give confidence to both ahead of Wimbledon. However, with a win over the third seed under his belt, Bonzi may just have greater self-belief.