World No. 31, and number seven seed, Lloyd Harris of South Africa will take on wildcard Zizou Bergs of Belgium, the world 188, in the first round of the 2021 Antwerp Open on Monday, October 18. Get the live streaming options of this Lloyd Harris v Zizou Bergs match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Lloyd Harris v Zizou Bergs Head to Head
The pair have never played each other before This will be the first match between the t24 year old South African, and the Belgian, who is two years younger.
Harris Aiming for the Top Thirty
Harris has enjoyed a good season, overtaking Kevin Anderson to become the South African number one, and also achieving a career high ranking.
However, he would like to top off his year by breaking into the top thirty for the first time.
He has yet to win a senior ATP title, although he has been close twice, most recently in March when he lost to Aslan Karatsev in the final of the Dubai Championships.
Then at Flushing Meadows he achieved his best result in a Grand Slam, reaching the quarter-finals of the US Open with a run that included wins over Karen Khachanov and Denis Shapovalov, before eventually losing in straight sets to the world number four Alexander Zverev.
Last week in Indian Wells he got to the second round before losing to another top ten player, Casper Ruud of Norway.
Wildcard Bergs Hoping to Start Well
Bergs made his ATP main draw debut at this event last year, where he was also given a wildcard, and went on to record his maiden senior victory by defeating the Spaniard Albert Ramos-Vinolas.
He was then beaten by the Russian Karen Khachanov, but took the Olympic silver medallist to three sets.
A year older, he returns to the tournament, again as a wild card, but with a successful season on the Challenger Tour under his belt.
He won his first ever title at that level in March, in St. Petersburg, and, a few weeks later, won a tournament in France. Then in June, he won another event, this time in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
However, he has had a recent dip in form, After losing in the second round of qualifying for the US Open, he lost his next three matches on the Challenger tour, and, although he did manage to qualify for a tournament in France, was beaten at the second round stage.
Harris v Bergs Prediction and Tip
Bergs has only ever won one match on the senior ATP tour, and to expect him to beat a top 40 player, even with the home crowd on his side, is expecting a lot.
Tip: Harris to win: 3/7 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)