The 126th-ranked Thiago Seyboth Wild will be in first round action when he takes on Nicola Kuhn at the 2021 Hamburg Open on Monday, July 12. Get the live streaming options of this Nicola Kuhn v Thiago Seyboth Wild match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Nicola Kuhn v Thiago Seyboth Wild Head to Head
No previous matches have been played between Kuhn and Seyboth Wild.
Kuhn Struggling on Lower Circuit Too
Spain’s Kuhn seemed to have made a decent start to the season when he won his opener at Antalya Open in January but since then he looks to have unravelled quite quickly.
Unfortunately for Kuhn, wins have been few and far between since then. He hasn’t got one past his opponent on the ATP circuit while the best he has done on the Challenger circuit is won first round matches at four of the many tournaments Kuhn’s played.
Second round losses have followed while at times Kuhn has not even passed that first hurdle.
Clay is Kuhn’s favourite surface but a record of 6-18 across all tournaments on that surface seems to suggest it is a bad case of poor form for the world number 255. And coming up against a player ranked 130 places ahead of him will not be an easy task.
Seyboth Wild Finding it Tough to Inch Forward
He had begun the 2020 season ranked 207th in the world, but Seyboth Wild’s brilliant run at Santiago last year where he turned things around as a 20-year-old to win the title – his maiden ATP title – pushed him towards his career-best of 106th.
And while he hasn’t quite fallen off the perch since then, the Brazilian player has found it tough to break into the top 100 from there on. So much so, he is now 126th in the world and wins, match wins that is, have been few and far between this season.
Seyboth Wild’s best performance this season came at Concepion Challenger where he made the last eight and followed that up with another quarterfinal appearance in Zagreb. Other that these two, he hasn’t won back to back main draw matches even on the Challenger tour,
He starts off with an opponent he would think he can tame but the question is if he can move past him as clinically as possible.
Kuhn v Seyboth Wild Prediction and Tip
Not surprising to see Seyboth Wild start a favourite here as he usually does against weaker opponents on clay. We think he should romp home in straight sets.