World No. 40 and number seven seed Jan-Lennard Struff of Germany will take on Andrej Martin of Slovakia, ranked 104, in the first round of the 2021 Munich Open on Tuesday, April 27. Get the live streaming options of this Jan-Lennard Struff v Andrej Martin match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Jan-Lennard Struff v Andrej Martin Head to Head
The pair have never met before. This will be the first match between the 30 year-old German, and the Slovakian, who is one year older.
Struff Not Known for his Clay Court Game
Struff is not known for his clay court ability because they rob his game of some of its most powerful attributes, including a strong serve and prowess on the volley.
However, in his days on the junior tours, he did win a couple of clay titles, although the majority of his success came on hard courts.
2021 has not been his best year on our so far, with a third round in Antalya in January, followed by four successive first round defeats.
He improved slightly be reaching the second round in both Dubai and Miami, and then, in his first outing of the year on clay ion Sardinia, reached the third round before losing to the Georgian Nikoloz Basilashvili.
However, in his last match, he was beaten in the first round of Monte Carlo by Grigor Dimitrov, losing to the Bulgarian in straight sets.
Martin Makes it as a Lucky Loser
Martin actually failed to qualify for Munich but takes his place after the man who beat him in that competition, Mackenzie McDonald of the USA was forced to pull out with injury.
That means he is now in the main draw of an ATP event once again, and he will be hoping to improve on his disappointing record of not having been beyond the second round in any of them.
However, he did reach the final of a Challenger event ion clay in February in Chile, and he has won 17 titles on that surface on the junior tours, making it his favourite.
Martin is close to his all-time highest ranking of 98, which he reached five years ago but can he push on and break into the top 90s?
Struff v Martin Prediction and Tip
Although clay is not Struff’s preferred surface, he does have the advantage of playing on home soil, and he should have too much know-how for the lucky loser.
Tip: Struff to win: 4/9 (bet365)