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Rajeev Ram
  • 2 - 1
  • Played
  • 2 - 6
  • (10) 7 - 6 (8)
  • (7) 7 - 6 (2)

Adrian Mannarino

This is a match for the Newport ATP 250 quarter-finals, as American grass tournament. The home player, Ram, faces Adrina Mannarino. 

Analysis of R. Ram

Rajeev Ram is a 31 year old American player, 161 of the ATP ranking. He has a lot of experience in the professional circuit but hasn’t competed much in the last few years.

Ram is currently an average Challenger tennis player. He prefers fast pitches and has good strokes from the bottom of the court, but he is somewhat irregular. He also has a good service and likes to be aggressive and rise to the net. This was the style he used to get this far.

This season Ram reached the final at Dallas and Manchesterm and won the title at Guadalajara, eliminating Isner, the favourite to win the title, and then Sugita.

Analysis of A. Mannarino

French tennis player Adrian Mannarino, 27 years old, 35th of the ranking, arrives at this match as the favourite, since he usually plays big tournaments and is more consistent. An important factor in this match will be motivation.

Mannarino is a talented tennis player, who is strong in all strokes. If he plays this match motivated he has every chance of winning, since he is technically far superior to Ram.

This season, Adrian reached semi-finals and finals of several ATP 250 tournaments, most in fast pitches. Grass is his favourite pitch, so he has good conditions to win, should he be motivated to do so. In the first round he eliminated Haas in 3 sets and in the second he eliminated Vasselin.

Betting suggestion:

This is a good match for pre-event trading. Mannarino started as the great favourite, but odds have evened out and he is now slightly favourite. The only reason to bet on Ram is motivation, since Mannarino is far superior, so the French player will only lose this match if he is not motivated to win. But we believe he will be motivated in this match, since this is a good opportunity to win an ATP tournament.
NOTE: Statistical values limited to the matches in our database.


Rajeev Ram Name Adrian Mannarino
56 Tour Ranking 75
32 Age 28
- Height -
- Weight -

Match Statistics 

9 Aces 10
5 Double Faults 1
55% 1st serve % 67%
Unforced Errors
Net approaches
77% 1st serve won % 82%
47% 2nd serve won % 43%
64% Service points won % 69%
14 Break points saved 4
Break points forced
Break points saved %
18% 1st return won % 23%
57% 2nd return won % 53%
31% Return points won % 36%
Break points won
Break points chances
Break points win %


0 Wins VS 2 Wins
Date Type Competition Players Score Sets  
JSM Challenger
» 1/16 Final
  Adrian Mannarino 2 4 6 6    
  Rajeev Ram 1 6 1 4    
Western & South
» Qualifying 1st Round
  Adrian Mannarino 2 5 7 (8) 6    
  Rajeev Ram 1 7 6 (6) 3    

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