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Corentin Moutet vs Thiago Monteiro – Breakdown and Prediction

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Corentin Moutet vs Thiago Monteiro: ATP Rome – qualifiers

Two experienced players will face each other in the second qualifying round of the ATP Rome.


Corentin Moutet Profile

Corentin Moutet is 83rd in the ATP rankings, and he has been as high as No. 51 in the world. The Frenchman is 17-10 for the season, with all the matches being played on clay.

Moutet is coming off a 6-1, 6-3 win over Damir Dzumhur in the first qualifying round in Rome.

Last week, he went through the qualifiers just to lose 6-7, 6-2, 7-6 to Juncheng Shang in the first round of the main draw.

Moutet’s best results this season were the semifinals in Santiago and the challenger in Napoli.

Last year was the first time he made the main draw in Rome, where he lost to Fabian Marozsan.


Thiago Monteiro Profile

Thiago Monteiro is 106th in the ATP rankings, and his career high was No. 61 in the world. The Brazilian is 16-9 for the season and 14-8 on clay surfaces.

He is coming off a 6-4, 6-4 win over Giovanni Oradini in the first qualifying round.

Last week in Madrid, Monteiro had his best tournament on the master level. He reached the third round, where he lost to Jiri Lehecka. Previously, he had his first career top-10 win, beating Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-4, 6-4.

Earlier this season, Monteiro also made it to the semifinals of the Santa Cruz Challenger.

This is the fifth appearance in Rome for Monteiro, and he has made it to the main draw twice before.


Head-to-Head Tied 2-2

  • Moutet vs Monteiro 6-4, 6-4 (2022 ATP Adelaide 2, quarterfinal)
  • Moutet vs Monteiro 6-4, 6-3 (2020 ATP Cordoba, first round)
  • Monteiro vs Moutet 6-4, 6-3 (2014 Futures)
  • Monteiro vs Moutet 6-3, 6-2 (2014 Futures)


Prediction and Conclusion

This is a matchup between two experienced players who have had a solid season. Monteiro proved that he is a much better player than what the rankings show in Madrid beating Tsitsipas. Moutet has struggled with injuries in recent years, but it seems like he is on top of his form. The Frenchman won the last two matches against Monteiro in straight sets, but things will not go that smoothly this time around. Both of them need to make it to the main draw in Rome, which will mean that they will avoid the Roland Garros qualifiers. Therefore, this will be a tough battle that will go over 22.5 games in total.

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