Ugo Humbert, ranked 23rd, will be going up against Alexander Shevchenko, ranked 63rd, in the final of the Moselle Open on Saturday, November 11. With -250 odds, Humbert is favored to win against the underdog, Shevchenko, who has +200 odds.
The match will take place at Les Arenes de Metz in Metz, France, with the tournament being the Moselle Open and the court surface being hard. The match will also be available to watch via live stream on Fubo.
Based on the moneyline, Ugo Humbert has a 71.4% chance to win the match, according to the odds. This indicates that he is the clear favorite going into the final.
Both players have had strong performances leading up to the final. Humbert secured a 6-0, 6-2 win over No. 147-ranked Fabio Fognini in the semifinals, while Shevchenko eliminated Pierre-Hugues Herbert with a 6-4, 6-4 victory.
In terms of the players’ performance over the past year, Humbert has played 54 matches across all court surfaces, averaging 25.2 games per match and winning 51.7% of them. On hard courts specifically, he has played 39 matches, with similar performance metrics.
On the other hand, Shevchenko has played 46 matches across all court surfaces, averaging 24.2 games per match and winning 49.4% of them. On hard courts, he has played 29 matches, with a slightly higher average of 25.1 games per match.
Interestingly, Humbert and Shevchenko have not competed against each other since 2015, adding an element of unpredictability to the final match.
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