Damien Wenger - Tim Handel


name
1
2
3
sets
Damien Wenger
Tim Handel
6
1
5
7
6
2
2
1
Live Sports Streaming
2
Aces
1
5
Double Faults
5
28/33 (85%)
Second Serve
35/40 (88%)
38/71 (54%)
First Serve
54/94 (57%)
28/38 (74%)
First Serve Points
30/54 (56%)
17/33 (52%)
Second Serve Points
17/40 (43%)
2/5 (40%)
Break Points Saved
5/12 (41%)
13
Service games played
14
24/54 (44%)
First serve return points
10/38 (26%)
23/40 (57%)
Second serve return points
16/33 (48%)
7
Break points converted
3
14
Return games played
13
45
Service points won
47
47
Receiver points won
26
92
Total points won
73
6
Max points in a row
8
Damien Wenger vs Tim Handel Head 2 Head
Damien Wenger Matches
Wenger D.
versus
Bouquet L.
04 Oct 22
08:00
Casanova H.
versus
Wenger D.
6
0
7
5
11 Sep 22
Finished
Wenger D.
versus
Popovic S.
6
4
6
2
10 Sep 22
Finished
Wenger D.
versus
Stodder T.
6
3
7
5
09 Sep 22
Finished
Wenger D.
versus
Giacomini L.
77
6
7
5
08 Sep 22
Finished
Tim Handel Matches
Siniakov D.
versus
Handel T.
6
1
6
4
30 Sep 22
Finished
Barton H.
versus
Handel T.
3
6
4
6
29 Sep 22
Finished
Sperle J.
versus
Handel T.
1
6
4
6
28 Sep 22
Finished
Karol M.
versus
Handel T.
2
6
1
6
27 Sep 22
Finished
Chazal M.
versus
Handel T.
0
6
6
2
6
4
22 Sep 22
Finished

You can follow Damien Wenger - Tim Handel live score and live stream here on Scoreaxis.com, along with full match statistics and video highlights (when available). Damien Wenger vs Tim Handel live streaming options are also shown on this page. Damien Wenger vs Tim Handel (ITF Switzerland F5, Men Singles 2022) will kick off at 09:30 on 26 Aug 22.

Damien Wenger has won 70% of his last matches and managed to hit an average of 1.85 aces per match, while the double faults stand at 2.8 per match. Damien Wenger has won 9.5k € so far in the 2022 season, with a total prize money of 44.1k € in his entire career.

On the other hand, Tim Handel has won 60% of his last matches and managed to hit an average of 3.35 aces per match, while the double faults stand at 4.5 per match. Tim Handel has won 4.8k € so far in the 2022 season, with a total prize money of 19.2k € in his/her entire career.

The match will be played on clay courts in Switzerland F4 ().

Based purely on odds, the predicted winner of the match is Tim Handel. Our predictions should not be used for betting or gambling on sports and scoreaxis.com accepts no responsibility or liability for any (direct or indirect) financial or other loss that may result from using our statistical data, predictions or any other content present on this website.