Number 15 seed Alex De Minaur, who is fresh from winning the Eastbourne International, will play Sebastian Korda in the first round of the 2021 Wimbledon on Monday, June 28. Get the live streaming options of this Alex De Minaur v Sebastian Korda match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Alex De Minaur v Sebastian Korda Head to Head
De Minaur and Korda will meet for the first time on Monday.
De Minaur Captures Eastbourne Title
Alex De Minaur will arrive at Wimbledon basking in glory after winning the last of the warm-up events in Eastbourne beating an inspired Lorenzo Sonego 4-6 6-4 7-6 in a thrilling final.
De Minaur’s success on England’s southeast coast was his fifth career title and second of the season, following from his triumph in Antalya in the opening tournament in January.
The Aussie seemed to get better with every round during the grass-court warmup events. After a slow burner in Stuttgart where he made the last eight, De Minaur upset Marin Cilic en route to the semifinals where he lost to eventual champion Matteo Berrettini.
But the 22-year-old was not to be denied in Eastbourne, overcoming a relatively challenging draw and a challenging opponent in the final.
Korda Impressed in Halle
In tennis, sometimes a player’s development can take a different route. This is why Sebastian Korda’s impressive week in Halle came as particularly striking.
Korda had never played a professional grass-court match prior to this year (his only previous appearance came at the Boodles Tennis Exhibition), but came within a whisker of reaching the semifinals of the Noventi Open.
Korda outplayed and outmaneuvered two of the ATP’s mainstays in Roberto Bautista Agut and Kei Nishikori in Halle to reach the quarterfinals. The American pushed the Ugo Humbert to the brink, but the Frenchman was simply unplayable during that week.
And Korda who is now set to make his Wimbledon bout will be keen to banish the disappointment of suffering a shocking first-round exit at Roland Garros when he takes on Alex De Minaur.
De Minaur v Korda Prediction and Tip
This is a really tough match to call given just how impressive both players have fared this year and more importantly on the grass in the buildup to Wimbledon. The games market looks to be the safest market in this one.