Will Stebe succeed in revenge against Vesely? Read below our full betting tips and find out the answer!
What is the meaning of the abbreviation “PR”, which is sometimes noted behind a tennis player in the draw? PR stands for the term “protected ranking” and is present in actors who have a long history of suffering due to an injury. The ATP has established the rule that athletes who can not participate in tournaments for a long time due to injury, the world ranking position is virtually “frozen”. On the basis of this world ranking position and depending on the downtime, the players then receive a certain contingent on their return to participate in tournaments at the ATP level, for which they would not entitle their much weaker actual world ranking position.
From a German point of view, Cedric-Marcel Stebe is a current example. After his wrist surgery in 2018, he fell almost the entire season and is now positioned beyond the top 400 in the ranking. With his protected ranking, he can still participate in some events at the moment. The choice is not that easy. Of course the players want to get back to the big courts fast and Stebe was therefore also in Wimbledon at the start. On the other hand, there is not much chance of getting ahead and it is also about collecting match practice and getting in the rhythm.
Tennis Betting Tips Vesely vs Stebe
From the point of view of Stebe, it makes sense now to use many of his “Jokers” in smaller clay court tournaments. The red ash is his favorite surface and there he wants to find his way back to old strength. He deliberately decided against the home tournament in Hamburg to find a little more peace in Gstaad, Switzerland. The opening win against Correntin Moutet seems to him right so far. Now he can reciprocate in the second round on Wednesday with Jiri Vesely. Against the Czechs Stebe failed just a week ago just under the tiebreak of the third set. For Vesely, however, in Croatia’s Umag, a match later was the final destination. He won in round one against the Latvian Ernests Gulbis. If the match is again so tight and exciting, then it is worth a bet between Viri Vesely and Cedric-Marcel Stebe on the rate of the German, who is again traded as a clear underdog.
Jiri Vesely – Statistics & Current Form
Current ranking in the world rankings: 142.
Position in the seedling list: unset
Overall, Jiri Vesely can not be satisfied with the progress of the current season. The biggest success recently at the Wimbledon tournament therefore came as a surprise to everyone. The Czech struggled confidently and without losing a set through the qualification and won in the main draw in round one against Alexander Zverev, the German number one. After another victory against Pablo Cuevas, he was in the third round, where he then defeated Benoit Paire. He wants to use this form high and the newly gained self confidence in the last clay court tournaments of the year and to get further important points for the rank list. In Umag, however, was again after the tight opening victory against Stebe final stop and against Leonardo Mayer failed Vesely in three sets. On the red ashes, the 26-year-old reached only a single quarter-finals in 2019 (in Marrakech) and otherwise remained well behind his options. A new attempt is now to be dared in Gstaad.
The opening hurdle was again no problem. Against Ernests Gulbis was after almost one and a half hours, the 7: 5 7: 5-success firmly. Since Vesely had to give up his serve once in both sets, each time the passes went into extra time. The problems with our own service are not new this year. Against Stebe should Vesely as in Umag keep his odds at the first serve at least 60%, otherwise he gets problems. The Czech has the more punchy game from the baseline, but is very prone to error especially in the long rallies. So it will also depend on which of the players can impose his game on his opponent more. A self-runner will not be the task for the favorite anyway.
Last matches by Jiri Vesely:
🎾 22.07.2019 – Vesely vs. Vesely Gulbis 7-5, 7-5 (Gstaad)
🎾 17.07.2019 – Mayer Vs. Vesely 3-6, 6-4, 6-4 (Umag)
🎾 15.07.2019 – Vesely vs. Vesely Stebe 7-6, 3-6, 7-6 (Umag)
🎾 05.07.2019 – Paire vs. Vesely 5-7, 7-6, 6-3, 7-6 (Wimbledon)
🎾 03.07.2019 – Vesely vs Cuevas 4-6, 7-6, 6-4, 6-4 (Wimbledon)
Cedric Marcel Stebe – Statistics & Current Form
Current ranking in the world rankings: 455.
Position in the seedlist: unset (protected ranking)
Cedric-Marcel Stebe seems to be the number 455 in the world ranking at first sight without a chance. However, this positioning can be explained by his protracted wrist injury. His potential is great and it remains to be wished that he can finally play for a long time without any complaints. In 2018, he had to undergo surgery on his right wrist twice within six months and was unable to complete a match for more than a year after the Australian Open in 2018. Only this season he returned to Marrakech in April on the tour. Apart from two victories, he was unsuccessful until the event in Gstaad on the ATP tour. Even in Umag he was very close to Jiri Vesely at 6: 7 6: 3 6: 7, now it has finally worked in Switzerland with the first victory since the comeback. In round one, the German Correntin Moutet beat 6: 4 6: 4, causing a little surprise.
Especially in the return game, the 28-year-old was very strong and broke his opponent four times. In addition to the good performance of the DTB ace, it should also be mentioned that Moutet sometimes made his life with eight double failures very easy. The next task against Vesely will be another house number and Stebe will have to keep on improving to reach the quarter-finals. For him, this success is definitely worth it. His play from the baseline becomes safer from match to match, and self-confidence is steadily increasing. In Umag he showed that he can keep up with Vesely and only lost the match because of fewer points. If he raises his level a bit and this time keeps his nerves in the crucial moments, the next surprise is possible for the German.
Last matches by Cedric Marcel Stebe:
🎾 22.07.2019 – Stebe Vs. Moutet 6-4, 6-4 (Gstaad)
🎾 15.07.2019 – Vesely vs. Vesely Stebe 7-6, 3-6, 7-6 (Umag)
🎾 12.07.2019 – Collarini Vs. Stebe 6-2, 6-2 (Bundesliga – men)
🎾 07.07.2019 – Haerteis vs. Stebe 3-6, 7-5, 6-4 (Brunswick Challenger)
🎾 01.07.2019 – Opelka Vs. Stebe 6-3, 7-6, 6-1 (Wimbledon)
Vesely vs Stebe – Head to Head Statistics
The direct comparison is limited between Jiri Vesely and Cedric-Marcel Stebe on the duel in Umag and lets the prediction that the Confederates get to see a very close match in Gstaad on Wednesday. In the Croatian resort, the numbers were almost completely balanced after more than three hours. The German gets four breaks and thus even one more than his opponent. Nevertheless, he left the place in the end as a loser, because he twice in the tiebreak had the disadvantage. If the match is similar this time, the odds are almost 50/50 and the odds on the part of the German sub-dog is very lucrative.
Jiri Vesely vs Cedric Marcel Stebe Our Best Tennis Tips Explained
Of course, an analysis should not be based only on the direct comparison and between Jiri Vesely and Cedric-Marcel Stebe, the odds on the part of the Czechs also came about because of the world ranking position, match practice and greater self-confidence. However, a match just over a week ago on the same surface is obviously the perfect blueprint. In addition, the shape and position in the world rankings of Stebe should not be overstated after his long injury anyway. If the duel in Umag is used as the main criterion, then it is quite clear that the DTB ace is not without a chance. A favorite is hard to pin down and the win rate of 2.80 at the 28-year-old seems clearly too high.
Key Facts – Jiri Vesely vs Cedric Marcel Stebe tips
⭐️ Stebe is a little underestimated with his world ranking position after the long injury break
⭐️ A week ago, the two players met in Umag and after more than three hours Vesely won out with 7: 6 3: 6 7: 6
⭐️ The performance in Round 1 suggests that the duel is again at eye level and Stebe has an excessively high odds ratio
By beating Moutet in Round 1, the first ATP-level success since his comeback, he should have been more confident and Vesely’s appearance against Gulbis was not scary. Again, we expect a very close and hard fight, which in the end will be decided by trifles. With a bit of luck on his side, Stebe can get the upper hand and a tip on the number 455 in the world seems to be very profitable. With a lucrative 2,80 odds a use of four units is enough to take a nice profit. Even without German glasses, the unfortunately tried Stebe would wish for him to move into the quarter-finals and regain his footing on the tour.