Big-hitting Jan-Lennard will face Spain’s Albert Ramos Vinolas for the fourth time in the first round of the 2021 Antwerp Open on Tuesday, October 19. Get the live streaming options of this Jan-Lennard Struff v Albert Ramos Vinolas match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Jan-Lennard Struff v Albert Ramos Vinolas Head to Head
Ramos Vinolas leads the series 2-1, winning their first match on the clay of Barcelona in 2013, and the hard courts of Shanghai in 2017. Struff’s solitary win came in 2017 too, on the indoor hard court in Vienna.
Struff Snaps Losing Streak
At the Indian Wells Masters, Jan-Lennard Struff snapped his three-match losing streak when he defeated Daniel Elahi Galan in the first round. But his stay in the California desert was short-lived as he lost his subsequent round to Fabio Fognini.
Defeat to the Italian meant that Struff has not won back-to-back matches since the French Open – the scene of his best-ever result at Grand Slam level when he made the fourth round.
Struff has managed to haul himself back to a top-50 ranking in fortuitous circumstances. There was nothing special that the German has done in the second of the year and benefitted from a few of his contemporaries suffering from loss of momentum in recent weeks.
Struff had been a mainstay in the Top 50 since he broke that barrier in March 2019. But he exited it on the eve of the event in Metz. Now that he is back, he will look to end the season on a high note.
The 31-year-old German is a two-time quarterfinalist in Moscow.
Ramos Vinolas Loses to Basilashvili in Indian Wells
Albert Ramos Vinolas had fine tournament in Indian Wells despite failing to reach the Round of 16.
The Spanish left hander scored two brilliant wins against the odds: first up against Italian teen prodigy Lorenzo Musetti and then number seven seed Felix Auger-Aliassime. What was even more impressive, he only dropped a combined 10 games in those matches.
The 33-year-old is currently locked at 25-25 for the year, but majority of his wins have come on clay (20 to be precise).
Ramos Vinolas sits at no. 45 in the ATP rankings and won his third career title in Estoril earlier this season. He also finished runner-up in Cordoba during the Golden Swing and made a pair of semifinal finishes at two more clay tournaments.
He is set to make his third appearance in Moscow, where he owns a 1-2 record.
Struff v Ramos Vinolas Prediction and Tip
Struff should have the upper hand at least in terms of surface preference. His game should be detrimental to Ramos Vinolas’ counter-punching abilities.