Greet Minnen v Nuria Parrizas Diaz Live Streaming, Prediction & Preview for Luxembourg Open 2021: Experience, Form Favour Minnen in the Opening Round

Greet Minnen v Nuria Parrizas Diaz Live Streaming, Prediction
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World No. 78 Greet Minnen of Belgium will face World No. 88 Nuria Parrizas Diaz of Spain in the first round of the 2021 Luxembourg Open on Tuesday, September 14. Get the live streaming options of this Greet Minnen v Nuria Parrizas Diaz match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.

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Greet Minnen v Nuria Parrizas Diaz Head to Head

This will be their first meeting on the tour, but overall Parrizas Diaz has a 2-1 lead against Minnen. Recently, they met at an ITF final in Landisville, Penn., with the Spaniard edging out the Belgian in three to win the hard court tournament.

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Minnen Coming off Her Best Grand Slam Showing

The Belgian eased past her first two qualifying opponents at the U.S. Open, but was defeated in the third qualifier, however she still found a place in the main draw as a lucky loser.

She made the most of the opportunity that came her way, defeating Argentina’s Nadia Podoroska in three and then knocking out Russia’s Ludmilla Samsonova in straight sets to reach the Round of 32 of a Grand Slam for the first time in her career. Her run eventually ended with a straight sets drubbing to Bianca Andreescu, but she gained considerable points in the rankings to break into the top 100 for the first time.

The World No. 78 brings a 32-20 season record into the tournament, which includes a semifinal appearance in Prague and a quarterfinal in Lyon, along with a runner-up finish at the ITF Landisville.

This will be her first main draw appearance in Luxembourg, having failed to come through the qualifiers in 2016 and 2018. She however clinched the doubles crown in Luxembourg with Alison Van Uytvanck in 2018.

Parrizas Diaz Has Won Six Lower Level Tournaments This Year

Parrizas Diaz also moved up the rankings this week to No. 88, following her maiden main draw appearance at a Grand Slam at the U.S. Open.

Having failed to qualify in the previous five attempts, which included the first three majors this year, the Spaniard finally broke through, defeating Tereza Mrdeza, Francesca Di Lorenzo and Reka Luca Jani in the qualifying rounds.

Into the main draw without dropping a set, the 30-year-old took the first set against Varvara Gracheva, but was overpowered in the next two to bow out of her Grand Slam debut.

Parrizas Diaz has been in sensational form this season, winning a WTA 125 on clay in Bastad in addition to five ITF tournaments. Four of those ITF titles came on hard courts, while one was on clay. She brings a glorious 48-14 season record to Luxembourg but most of the success has come at the lower tier.

On the tour, she was a quarterfinalist at the Poland Open and in Bogota and will be looking for another deep run at a WTA 250 tournament.

Minnen v Parrizas Diaz Prediction and Tip

Minnen’s experience and current form make her the favourite despite her defeat to the Spaniard in the Landisville final last month. One can expect this contest to go the distance as well, but this time the Belgian should come out on top and advance to the second round.

Tip: Minnen to win: 4/9 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)

The 2021 Luxembourg Open will be played from September 13 to 19. You can watch & bet on these matches here. Get your latest premium tennis predictions here.

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