World No. 36, Adrian Mannarino of France. will take on Liam Broady of Great Britain, the world number 146, in the first round of the 2021 ATP Queen’s on Monday, June 14. Get the live streaming options of this Adrian Mannarino v Liam Broady match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Adrian Mannarino v Liam Broady Head to Head
The pair have met once before, in the quarter-finals of the St Petersburg Open in 2017, Broady pulling off a surprise to win in three sets.
Desperately Out of Form Mannarino
It was on grass that Mannarino, after many years on tour, finally ended his long search for a senior ATP title, winning the Rosmalen Championship in the Netherlands two years ago.
He has also made the fourth round at Wimbledon twice, which represents his best ever showing at a Grand Slam event.
The Frenchman though is in the middle of a prolonged slump at the moment, Since reaching the second round in Miami, he has lost all eight of the matches he has played once, and his record during the European clay court season was played seven , lost seven.
Switching to grass did not produce an immediate upturn in fortunes, though, as last week he was beaten in the first round in Stuttgart by the Australian world 101, James Duckworth, in straight sets.
British Wildcard Broady Hoping to Get Past Career-Best
Currently the British number three Broady has improved his ranking by more than 60 places since the return of tennis after the lockdown last year, and now he is close to his all-time best standing.
As a junior he was a beaten finalist in the boys’ singles 2011, having won the doubles event the previous year, and, as a senior, reached he second round in 2015.
Brodt y spend most of his time on the Challenger tour when he is not trying to qualify for main ATP events, and he has been in two Challenger finals this year, losing both in Potchefstroom, South Africa in February, and Biella Italy, in March.
His first grass court event was a Challenger tournament in Nottingham earlier this week, where he beat Alex Bolt, the world 196 from Australia in the first round, before he was beaten by the American, Denis Kudla in the second.
Mannarino v Broady Prediction and Tip
In normal circumstances, Mannarino would be the clear favourite to win this match, but he is in a poor run of form so it is by no mans a foregone conclusion. However, given his record in grass, he must come good eventually, and this may be the ideal time for him for that to happen.