2023 Dallas Open: Christopher Eubanks vs. Oscar Otte: A preview, head-to-head prediction, odds, and pick

  • Date: 7 February 2023.
  • Tournament: Dallas Open.
  • Round: First round (Round of 32).
  • Venue: Dallas, Texas, USA.
  • Category: ATP 250.
  • Surface: Indoor Hardcourt.
  • Prize money: $792,980.
  • Live telecast: USA – Tennis Channel | Australia- BeIN Sports| Canada – TSN

Preview of Christopher Eubanks vs. Oscar Otte

Global No. On Tuesday, February 7, in the first round of the 2023 Dallas Open, 80 Oscar Otte will face Christopher Eubanks.

Since making it to the third round of the 2022 Wimbledon Championships, Otte has only won six matches out of 23. This is a significant drop in his performance over the past few months. His last good run was at the Rolex Paris Masters, where he won both qualifiers to get into the main draw. In the first round, however, Otte was unable to defeat American John Isner.

The German will enter the Dallas Open fresh off of early exits at the Australian Open, Davis Cup qualifiers, and Adelaide International 2. He is currently losing four games, and his most recent victory came against Dalibor Svrcina of the Czech Republic at the 2023 United Cup.

Christopher Eubanks, on the other hand, has played well over the past few months, winning 22 of 31 matches since being eliminated in the second round of the 2022 US Open. He has lost two Challenger Series finals, one in Knoxville and the other in Charlottesville, and he also reached the Champaign Challenger semifinals in November. After exiting in the second round at the Auckland Open and the 2023 Australian Open, the American will play in the Dallas Open. In a four-set match in Melbourne, he was unable to defeat Jiri Lehecka, a seasoned Czech tennis player.


Otte and Eubanks have never confronted each other on the primary visit. They have a 0-0 record against each other.


Player NameMoneylineHandicap BetsTotal Games
Oscar Otte
Christopher Eubanks


Both players will be determined to prepare well in advance of the claycourt swing and end the hardcourt season on a high. Eubanks will be hoping to raise his level on the main tour among the best players in the world, while Otte will be attempting to end his four-match losing streak and find some form.

Otte is particularly strong from the baseline and has a solid overall game. He likes to score a lot of points and make his opponents tired. He might, however, have trouble competing with more aggressive players who are able to control the game and push him out of his comfort zone.

Eubanks will face a player who reached the semifinals of three main tour tournaments last year. Even though Otte is not playing his best tennis right now, the American will need to maintain his concentration and not take his opponent lightly.

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