World No. 52, and number seven seed, Laslo Djere of Serbia will take on Zizou Bergs of Belgium, the world 212, in the second round of the 2021 Swiss Open on Wednesday, July 21. Get the live streaming options of this Laslo Djere v Zizou Bergs match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Laslo Djere v Zizou Bergs Head to Head
The pair have never played each other before. This will be the first match between the 26 year-old Serb, and the Belgian, who is four years younger.
Djere Coming off Hamburg Semifinal
Djere reached the semi-finals in Hamburg last week, eventually losing to compatriot Filip Krajinovic, a performance which represented his best result since he was the beaten finalist in Sardinia in April.
Among the players he beat in Germany was the Brazilian Thiago Seyboth Wild and, as fate would have it, the pair were drawn together again in the first round in Gstaad.
The outcome though was the same in both cases – s straight sets win for Djere.
In this case, after the first three service games were held, Wild was the first to drop his serve. H hit back to level straight way, but serving to stay in the set, he surrendered his serve once more.
The wild serve came under pressure at the start of the second set and, although he saved one break point it was a temporary stay of execution, He was broken in his nest service game and Djere closed out the match from there.
Bergs, Three-Time Winner on Challenger Tour in 2021
Bergs only made his main ATP draw debut at the European Open last year after receiving a wildcard, and promptly beat the Spaniard Albert Ramos-Vinolas.
However, hs breakthrough really came in March this year when he won his first title on the Challenger Tour in St. Petersburg and, a few weeks later, won another tournament in France.
Those victories were both on hard courts, but, to prove his ability, on different surfaces, he won a third title on clay in Kazakhstan in June.
On the back of that he reached his highest ever world rankings, and, having come through two rounds of qualifying in Gstaad, he finds himself in the second round of an ATP event again.
To get there he first had to beat another qualifier, Oscar Otte of Germany, the world number 141, on Monday.
The first set was tight, with the pair swapping service breaks, before it went to a tie-break. Bergs though was the more consistent, and, having seen two set points saved, converted the third.
However, the Belgian assumed control in the second set and soon found himself a double break-up. From there he was able to see out the rest of the match.
Djere v Bergs Prediction and Tip
Based on comparative experience and world ranking, Djere will start the clear favourite for this match, but Bergs has shown a lot of form this year on the Challenger tour, so should not be underestimated.