World No. 43, John Millman of Australia will take on Jay Clarke of Great Britain, the world number 233 in the first round of the 2021 Eastbourne International on Monday, June 21. Get the live streaming options of this John Millman v Jay Clarke match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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John Millman v Jay Clarke Head to Head
The pair have never met before. This will be the first match between the 32 year old Australian, and Clarke, who is a decade younger.
Millman Looking for His Best Form Ahead of Wimbledon
Since winning his maiden ATP title at the Astana Open in Nur-Sultan last November, Millan has been showing mixed form, losing five successive matches in the hard court circuit.
His performances on clay were better, and he reached the third round in Munich, but had to pull out of the French Open at the last minute after suffering an injury in the warm-up before his first match.
He recovered to enter the event at Queen’s last week, where he battled part Reilly Opelka of America, the world 32, clinching victory with a third set tie-beak.
However, he was then well-beaten by his compatriot Alex de Minaur, taking just four games off the world number 22.
Millman has twice made the third round at Wimbledon.
Clarke’s Struggling at the Highest Level
Clarke has won two hard court and four clay court titles on the junior tours, but his greatest came to fame on grass came in the doubles event at Wimbledon in 2017. That was when, as a wildcard duo, together with his partner Marcus Willis, he caused an upset by knocking out the defending champions and number two seeds, Nicolas Mahut and Pierre-Hugues Herbert.
He spends nearly all his time on the Challenger tour, where the best he has managed this year is a third round appearance on clay in Biella in Italy.
He comes to Eastbourne after taking part in two junior events on grass in Nottingham, losing to Kevin Anderson the first time and then Richard Gasquet the second.
This will be his first appearance in the main draw of an ATP tournament this year.
Millman v Clarke Prediction and Tip
This should be an easy opener for the Australian with his form, quality and his superior ranking expected to take care of his opponent in straight sets.