The world No. 45, Jan-Lennard Struff of Germany will take on Marcos Giron of the USA, the world number 75, in the second round of the 2021 Halle Open on Wednesday, June 16. Get the live streaming options of this Jan-Lennard Struff v Marcos Giron match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Jan-Lennard Struff v Marcos Giron Head to Head
The pair have never met before. This will be the first match between the 31-year old German, and the American, who is four years younger
Struff Knocks Out Medvedev
Struff who reached the first final of his senior career last month when was lost to Nikoloz Basilashvili on home soil in Munich, showed how much he likes playing on German soil by knocking out the top seed and world number two, Daniil Medvedev of Russia,
It was the Russian who made the better start of the pair, breaking the German in the fourth game of the match. However, with Medvedev serving for the set, Struff hit back to level, and then saved a set point.
In the tie-break, it was Medvedev who saved two set points, but he could not prevent the German from converting his third.
Struff then took control of the second set by going a double break ahead. Struff missed a match point and gave one of the breaks back, but managed to hold off a comeback from Medvedev and eventually made his third match point count.
Qualifier Giron Beats Pospisil in Tight Battle
Giron came into Halle with no known form on grass, but having come through two rounds of qualifying, he has now made it through to the second round.
To get there he had to overcome the challenge of the Canadian Vasek Pospisil, a man playing his first match for almost three months
It was expected to be a tight contest, and so it proved.
The first set was dominated by serve and there were only three break points created all of them by Pospisil, with Giron saving all of them. The American had created no real chances of his own but when one came along in the tie-break he accepted it gratefully to claim the first set.
The second set was almost a carbon copy of the second and again there were no breaks, requiring yet another tie-break.
Giron then forced one match point, which the Canadian saved, but then a second came along and this time the American made it count.
Struff v Giron Prediction and Tip
Struff will be full of confidence after his victory over Medvedev and will be keen to keep his latest run going on home soil against the American qualifier.