Thiago Monteiro, the No. 96-ranked player, and Benjamin Bonzi, the No. 65-ranked player, will the hit court on May 29 for a matchup in the Round of 128 of the French Open.
You can see Bonzi look to take down Monteiro on Tennis Channel.
In Monteiro’s most recent action, he lost to Daniel Rincon 6-3, 4-6, 3-6 on May 21, 2023 in the qualifying round of the Gonet Geneva Open. Bonzi was forced to retire the last time he played, on April 11, 2023, going out 1-4 to Stefanos Tsitsipas in the Round of 32 of the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters.
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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|
|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|
Thiago Monteiro Recent Stats & Performance
- In his previous tournament (the Gonet Geneva Open), Monteiro was defeated by Rincon 6-3, 4-6, 3-6 on May 21, in the qualification final.
- Monteiro has a record of 6-8 on clay this year.
- 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.
- In his past 10 tournaments, Monteiro has converted 32 of 83 break points (38.6%).
- Monteiro has accumulated 107 aces in his past 10 tournaments (6.3 per match). And he has committed 36 double faults (2.1 per match).
Benjamin Bonzi Recent Stats & Performance
- In the round of 32 of his most recent tournament (the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters), Bonzi squared off against No. 3-ranked Tsitsipas on April 11 and was defeated 1-4 (retired).
- The 26-year-old Bonzi, who is seeking his first tournament victory on clay in 2023, is 2-2 so far this year on that surface.
- Bonzi has played 22 matches over his last 10 tournaments (across all court types), and 24.5 games per match (41 in best-of-five matches).
- Over his last 10 tournaments, Bonzi has won 23.7% of his return games and 77.9% of his service games.
- Bonzi has converted 57 of 142 break points (40.1%) over his last 10 tournaments.
- Bonzi is averaging 6.6 aces (145 total) and 1.9 double faults (42 total) per match over his last 10 tournaments.