Queens’ Club winner Matteo Berrettini plays Argentine veteran Guido Pella in the first round of the 2021 Wimbledon on Tuesday, June 29. Get the live streaming options of this Matteo Berrettini v Guido Pella match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Matteo Berrettini v Guido Pella Head to Head
This will be the first meeting between both players who have never met on tour before.
Strong Queens Run Sets Berrettini Up Well For Wimbledon
Italian Next Gen star Matteo Berrettini started 2021 on the right note leading Italy to the finals of the ATP Cup and looking good at the Aussie Open before a round of 16 withdrawal against Stefanos Tsitsipas with an injury.
Berrettini missed some of the tournaments after the Aussie Open and made his return on the clay.
He has been in good touch winning the ATP 250 in Belgrade, his fourth career title and continuing the run to make the finals at the Madrid Masters, losing a tight final to Alexander Zverev. The Italian wrapped up the clay season with a well fought quarter-final loss to world number one and eventual champion Novak Djokovic at the French Open.
Coming over to the grass with a Stuttgart title in 2019 and a good overall run the same year, the Italian was the top seed at the Queens club last week.
It was an excellent run for Berrettini at the ATP 500 at Queens’ Club, with some convincing wins against the likes of Andy Murray, Dan Evans, Alex de Minaur and Cam Norrie among others as he won the second grass title of his career.
Berrettini comes into Wimbledon high on confidence and if his big serve and forehand are clicking, a deep run here at Wimbledon may well be on the cards.
Poor Grass Form For Pella Heading Into Wimbledon
Argentine Guido Pella has had a poor run since the Covid-19 pandemic with a mix of injuries, poor form and early losses.
Pella who is typically comfortable on the slower surfaces featured in most of the pre- Roland Garros clay court tournaments but did not get any momentum or rhythm going and came into the French Open with little confidence on a surface he has typically done well on. He was eliminated in the second round by American Marcos Giron in Paris, to add to his disappointments.
Once ranked as high as number 20 in the world, his ranking has fallen to world number 84 now.
Wimbledon quarter-finalist from 2019, Pella started his grass swing at Stuttgart and followed it by making an appearance at both Halle and Mallorca. Unfortunately, he has not managed to hit any sort of form on the surface, and comes to Wimbledon have lost in all three tournaments in the opener.
Berrettini v Pella Prediction and Tip
Although Pella had a good run at Wimbledon the last time around, he has not hit any form on grass yet this season. On the other hand, Berrettini comes in strong on form and confidence, especially on grass.
Expect a straight sets win for the Italian.