Malek Jaziri - Andrew Harris


name
1
2
sets
Malek Jaziri
Andrew Harris
6
4
6
4
2
0
Live Sports Streaming
7
Aces
7
2
Double Faults
6
28/30 (93%)
Second Serve
8/14 (57%)
30/60 (50%)
First Serve
45/59 (76%)
24/30 (80%)
First Serve Points
29/45 (64%)
16/30 (53%)
Second Serve Points
3/14 (21%)
3/5 (60%)
Break Points Saved
2/6 (33%)
10
Service games played
10
16/45 (35%)
First serve return points
6/30 (20%)
11/14 (78%)
Second serve return points
14/30 (46%)
4
Break points converted
2
10
Return games played
10
40
Service points won
32
27
Receiver points won
20
67
Total points won
52
7
Max points in a row
5
Malek Jaziri vs Andrew Harris Head 2 Head
Malek Jaziri Matches
Sels J.
versus
Jaziri M.
17 May 22
09:00
Hijikata R.
versus
Jaziri M.
6
0
6
2
29 Apr 22
Finished
Jaziri M.
versus
Krstin P.
5
7
6
1
7
6
26 Apr 22
Finished
Barrientos N.
versus
Jaziri M.
6
3
6
4
19 Apr 22
Finished
Jaziri M.
versus
Barrientos N.
4
6
2
6
18 Apr 22
Finished
Andrew Harris Matches
Safwat M.
versus
Harris A.
12 May 22
Walkover
Haliak M.
versus
Harris A.
1
6
1
6
11 May 22
Finished
Harris A.
versus
Pereira J.
1
5
25 Apr 22
Finished
Harris A.
versus
Galloway R.
6
3
6
3
24 Apr 22
Finished
Torpegaard M.
versus
Harris A.
6
3
6
4
18 Apr 22
Finished

You can follow Malek Jaziri - Andrew Harris live score and live stream here on Scoreaxis.com, along with full match statistics and video highlights (when available). Malek Jaziri vs Andrew Harris live streaming options are also shown on this page. Malek Jaziri vs Andrew Harris (2022 ATP Challenger Bengaluru, India Men Singles) will kick off at 07:00 on 07 Feb 22.

Malek Jaziri has won 35% of his last matches and managed to hit an average of 2.95 aces per match, while the double faults stand at 1.6 per match. Malek Jaziri has won 426 € so far in the 2022 season, with a total prize money of 3.3M € in his entire career.

On the other hand, Andrew Harris has won 35% of his last matches and managed to hit an average of 1.4 aces per match, while the double faults stand at 0.95 per match. Andrew Harris has won 16.4k € so far in the 2022 season, with a total prize money of 265.9k € in his/her entire career.

The match will be played on hardcourt outdoor courts in Bangalore, India Men Singles (India).

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