How to Watch the French Open: Thiago Monteiro vs Benjamin Bonzi TV Channel, Streaming Info | May 29

Written By PlayPicks Staff on May 25, 2023

Thiago Monteiro and Benjamin Bonzi are prepared to match up in the Round of 128 of the French Open at Stade Roland Garros on May 29.

Check out the Monteiro-Bonzi match on Tennis Channel.

In Monteiro’s most recent competition, he was defeated by Daniel Rincon 6-3, 4-6, 3-6 on May 21, 2023 in the qualifying round of the Gonet Geneva Open. Bonzi could not finish his last match, on April 11, 2023 in the Round of 32 of the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters, eliminated by Stefanos Tsitsipas 1-4.

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French Open Info

  • Tournament: The French Open
  • Round: Round of 128
  • Date: Monday, May 29
  • TV Channel: Tennis Channel
  • Venue: Stade Roland Garros
  • Court Surface: Clay

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Thiago Monteiro vs Benjamin Bonzi Stats Comparison

Thiago Monteiro Benjamin Bonzi
98 World Rank 66
9-12 2023 Match Record 8-7
25-31 2023 Set Record 20-17
5.9 2022 Aces Per Match 6.9
32 2022 Break Points Won 41

Thiago Monteiro vs Benjamin Bonzi Head to Head

Matches Monteiro wins Bonzi wins Last Match Winner Last Match Score
2 1 1 Monteiro 6-4, 7-5

Thiago Monteiro Recent Stats & Performance

  • Monteiro was beaten in the qualification final of his most recent tournament (the Gonet Geneva Open) 6-3, 4-6, 3-6 by No. 290-ranked Rincon on May 21.
  • In eight tournaments on clay this year, Monteiro has gone 6-8 and has not won a title.
  • Monteiro has played 26.8 games per match in 17 matches in his past 10 tournaments (all court types).
  • In his past 10 tournaments, Monteiro has won 80.1% of his service games and 18% on his opponent’s serve.
  • Monteiro has converted 32 of 83 break points in his past 10 tournaments (38.6%).
  • In his past 10 tournaments, Monteiro is averaging 6.3 aces and 2.1 double faults per match.

Benjamin Bonzi Recent Stats & Performance

  • Bonzi was taken down by No. 3-ranked Tsitsipas 1-4 (retired) in the round of 32 of his most recent tournament, the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters, on April 11.
  • Bonzi is 2-2 through two tournaments on clay this year.
  • Through 22 matches over his last 10 tournaments (across all court types), Bonzi has played 24.5 games per match (41 in best-of-five matches) and won 51.1% of them.
  • Bonzi has won 77.9% of his service games over his last 10 tournaments, and 23.7% of his return games.
  • Bonzi has converted 57 of 142 break points (40.1%) over his last 10 tournaments.
  • Bonzi has tallied 145 total aces over his last 10 tournaments, with (6.6 per match). He has committed 42 double faults (1.9 per match).
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