Quentin Halys vs Mackenzie McDonald – Third Round– Preview & Prediction | 2023 Miami Open
When is Quentin Halys vs Mackenzie McDonald on and what time does it start? Quentin Halys vs Mackenzie McDonald will take place on Monday 27th March, 2023 – not before TBC (UK)
Where is Quentin Halys vs Mackenzie McDonald taking place? Quentin Halys vs Mackenzie McDonald will take place at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, USA
What surface is Quentin Halys vs Mackenzie McDonald being played on? Quentin Halys vs Mackenzie McDonald will take place on an outdoor hard court
Where can I get tickets for Quentin Halys vs Mackenzie McDonald? Visit this link for the latest ticket information for Quentin Halys vs Mackenzie McDonald
What channel is Quentin Halys vs Mackenzie McDonald on in the UK? Quentin Halys vs Mackenzie McDonald will be televised live on the Amazon Prime app on Smart TVs
Where can I stream Quentin Halys vs Mackenzie McDonald in the UK? Amazon Prime subscribers can stream Quentin Halys vs Mackenzie McDonald live on Prime Video, while Tennis TV subscribers can also stream the match live
This is one of a few surprising third round match-ups at the Miami Open but both world number 55 Mackenzie McDonald and number 79 Quentin Halys thoroughly deserve their places after upsetting seeds on Saturday. 27-year-old McDonald has been enjoying some serious form in 2023 but his straight-sets victory over Matteo Berrettini on Saturday has to be up there with the best results of his career. The American reached the semi-finals of the Delray Beach Open and the quarter-finals of the Mexican Open coming into the Sunshine Doubles and he grabbed the best ranking win of his career at the Australian Open back in January with a straight-sets victory over an admittedly injured Rafael Nadal. 26-year-old Halys came back from a set down to overcome Alex de Minaur in three tight tiebreaks. The Frenchman has impressed in parts of this season after making the transition from the Challenger circuit to full tour tennis late last year but McDonald looks the favourite on overall form coming into this first meeting between the two. Three sets seem likelier than two, though, so take McDonald to win outright on its own or at least a set inside an accumulator.