World No. 46, and number five seed, Federico Delbonis of Argentina will take on Hugo Gaston of France ranked 155th in the world, in the second round of the 2021 Swiss Open on Wednesday, July 21. Get the live streaming options of this Federico Delbonis v Hugo Gaston match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Federico Delbonis v Hugo Gaston Head to Head
The pair have never played each other before. This will be the first match between the 30 year-old Argentine and, and the Frenchman, who is a decade younger.
Mr. Consistency Delbonis
Although it has been five years since Delbonis won the last of his two senior career titles at the Grand Prix Hassan II in Morocco, he has earned a reputation as one of the most consistent performers on tour in 2021, especially on clay, with # series of deep runs into tournaments.
That has seen him reach the fourth round of the French Open, his best ever showing at a Grand Slam, and make three semi-finals including last week in Hamburg.
Now back in the top 50 after a gap of more than four years, he began his latest campaign in Switzerland with comfortable victory over the local wildcard Leandro Riedi, the world number 748.
The Argentine broke Reidi in hs opening service game and , although the Swiss player did have break back opportunities, he could not take them and the set belonged to the Argentine.
Again, Reidi was broken at the start of the second set but, this this, Delbonis did not offer him any chances to break back. Instead, it was the number five seed who wrapped-up the match with another break.
Gaston, Runner-Up in Challenger Final Recently
As a junior, Gaston won the Boys’ Doubles at the Australian Open in 2018, and then, after turning pro, began to appear in finals on the junior tours, enjoying success in both clay and hard court events,
He has made two clay court finals this year, in Rome in April and Iaşi, Romania earlier this month, but finished on the losing side each time.
Last October he was given a wildcard to the French Open and reached the fourth round before losing to Dominic Thiem in five sets.
That remains the only time he has ever been beyond the first round of a Grand Slam.
On the senior tour this year, the best he has managed have been second round appearances in Marseille and Miami. However, he got his campaign in Switzerland off to a winning start by beating the world number 144, Juan Manuel Cerundulo of Argentina in straight sets.
The Argentine dropped his serve in his opening service game, and, although he was able to level, dropped it once more when serving to stay in the match.
The second set was almost a mirror image of the first, the only difference being that Cerundulo was already a break down when he faltered try to serve to stay in the set, and the match.
Delbonis v Gaston Prediction and Tip
Delbonis is known for his consistency and the fact that he rarely loses in the early stages of tournaments these days, especially on clay. This should be no exception this time.