Adrian Mannarino vs Liam Broady Prediction and Odds: Queen’s Club Championships 2023

An electrifying atmosphere awaits as Adrian Mannarino squares off against Liam Broady in the opening round of the Queen’s Club Championships 2023. With their skills honed to perfection, Mannarino and Broady will leave no stone unturned in their pursuit of victory, promising a memorable start to this prestigious tournament. Get the latest tennis betting tips and predictions here.

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Adrian Mannarino vs Liam Broady – Match Predictions

Over 20.5 Games

In his recent outings in Hertogenbosch, the Frenchman showed his resilience. In the quarterfinal, it was on display as he went down 7-5, 6-7 and 6-2. The 34-year-old does not have the legs and Broady will use it to end his losing run against him. Broady’s 2-0 defeat against Sho Shimabukuro saw him fighting tooth and nail but was ousted in 23 games. With both players showcasing battling instincts in losing efforts, their duel will be a long one riddled with blows being exchanged. Based on this, we expect this match to go past 20.5 Games.

2-0 to Adrian Mannarino

Despite their indifferent form recently, both Mannarino and Broady will be gunning to get the better of each other. Broady was the 2011 Boys’ Wimbledon but has not had the best of time at the Queen’s Club Championships. One of his three defeats to Mannarino came here in the 2021 edition with a scoreline of 4-6, 4-6 and he will be wary of the Frenchman. With the 34-year-old having a recent renaissance after a humbling clay court season, we are backing him to claim a straight sets victory, as was the case in his prior three victories over Broady.

Adrian Mannarino vs Liam Broady Preview

Our predictions for this match have now been established, let’s see how these players have fared so far in the Queen’s Club Championships.

Adrian Mannarino

Adrian Mannarino’s winning momentum returned just as the grass season began. Although he struggled to secure only two victories on clay over two months, he quickly matched that number in a single grass campaign at Hertogenbosch. He surprised top-seed Daniil Medvedev and Arthur Fils to reach the quarterfinals, showcasing his familiarity and experience on this surface. Mannarino is a two-time former quarterfinalist at the Queen’s Club and holds a solid 5-3 record in opening-round matches in London.

Liam Broady

Liam Broady has strong grass-court skills and will call upon the advantage of playing on home soil during the grass swing. This presents him with an opportunity to earn valuable ranking points. However, his recent decline in form and fitness make it more challenging for him to capitalize on these opportunities on the main tour. Although Broady reached the Boys’ Wimbledon tournament final in 2011, he has faced disappointment in cinch Championships, losing all four of his previous first-round matches.

Adrian Mannarino vs Liam Broady Head to Head

Duels between Mannarino and Broady have gone in one, in favour of the French star. As its stands, the 34-year-old has a 3-1 positive balance aginst his British rival and will fancy his chances in this first-round encounter.

Adrian Mannarino vs Liam Broady Match Details

Queen's Club Championships
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  • When will this match start? This match starts at 12:30 GMT on 20 June.
  • Who is the top seed of the Queen’s Club Championships? Carlos Alcaraz is the top seed at Queen’s Club Championships.
  • Where is the match being played? The venue for this fixture is Queen’s Club.

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