Spain’s number 11 seed Pablo Carreno Busta will play unseeded American and former semifinalist Sam Querrey in the first round of the 2021 Wimbledon on Tuesday, June 29. Get the live streaming options of this Pablo Carreno Busta v Sam Querrey match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Pablo Carreno Busta v Sam Querrey Head to Head
Carreno Busta won the pair’s only meeting before this in three sets in the quarterfinals of Stockholm in 2019.
Carreno Busta Still Chasing Maiden Wimbledon Match Win
It is one of tennis’ greatest mysteries, that a player who has been ranked as high World No. 10 is yet to win a match at Wimbledon.
Pablo Carreno Busta, who is seeded 11th and one of Spain’s biggest draws following Rafael Nadal’s withdrawal has lost the first round in his last five visits to London.
The 29-year-old has had a decent year, putting together a win-loss record 19-8, with a respectable semifinal showing in Mallorca a few days ago as he put the final touches before the big battleground at SW19.
Carreno Busta registered wins over Jiri Vesely (a giant-killer on this surface) and Jordan Thompson but lost in three sets to Daniil Medvedev the eventual champion.
With a title win in Marbella during the clay-court swing and a fourth-round appearance at the French Open, the hard grafting Spaniard is on the cusp of returning to the world’s top 10 for the second time in his career.
Will he end his Wimbledon hoodoo when takes on the big-serving American Sam Querrey on Tuesday?
Querrey Has Fond Memories From Wimbledon
Wimbledon has been Sam Querrey’s most successful Grand Slam. He has reached the quarterfinals or better in three of the last four editions at the event. He is also among a handful of players to have won over 50 matches on the surface.
Querrey’s success on grass came at Queen’s club when he won his first and thus far only title on the lawns in 2010. But his scintillating run to the semifinals of Wimbledon in 2017 (which included a stunning upset of former world no.1 Andy Murray) took him to inside the top 20.
The American finished that season with a year-end ranking of No. 13.
In 2021, Querrey reserved his best tennis once more for the grass-court season. After a torrid first half of the season, the 33-year-old arrives at SW19 having won seven of his past 10 matches.
Carreno Busta v Querrey Prediction and Tip
Despite his decline, Querrey is still a major threat on grass. His mix of power and precision in both his serve and groundstrokes tend to be too hot to handle or control on fast courts. Carreno Busta, for his part, has a terrible record at Wimbledon, and he looks destined to continue the spiral.