Argentina’s No. 11 seed Diego Schwartzman will face off against World No. 57 John Millman in the first round of the 2021 Paris Masters on Monday, November 1. Get the live streaming options of this Diego Schwartzman v John Millman match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Diego Schwartzman v John Millman Head to Head
The head-to-head is tied at 1-1. Millman won the pair’s first meeting at the 2016 Australian Open via a retirement, while Schwartzman restored parity in a straight-set win at the Rome Masters last season.
Schwartzman Makes Vienna Quarterfinals
Diego Schwartzman may be out of the reckoning in the qualification for the ATP Finals, but he is in with a shout of challenging some of the best players in the world this week.
Schwartzman’s indoor hard court record beggars belief as to why he is regarded as a clay-court specialist considering he has made some deep runs on the surface throughout his career.
He has made four finals under the roof including his latest bout in Antwerp. Schwartzman staged one of the finest weeks in Belgium’s port city, scoring wins over Andy Murray, Brandon Nakashima and the fast-rising Jenson Brooksby all without dropping a set. In the finals he came up short against the power-hitting Jannik Sinner.
Last week, the Argentine improved to 5-3 indoors after reaching the quarterfinals of the Erste Bank Open in Vienna. Schwartzman will be defending quarterfinal points in Bercy – his career-best return at the event from last year.
Millman Eyes Third Top-20 Win Of 2021
Last week’s low-key developments at the ATP St. Petersburg Open did not attract a lot of attention, but avid tennis watchers must have seen John Millman record a thoroughly impressive win over Top 20 debutant Aslan Karatsev.
Karatsev – playing in his home tournament – and seeking back-to-back titles after his Kremlin Cup win, was primed to produce one last dash for the remaining two spots at the ATP Finals. But those slim hopes were extinguished in pretty much stunning fashion by Millman’s muscular groundstrokes.
The Australian picked up his second Top-20 win of the season against his Russian opponent whose exertions during the week in Moscow took a toll on his body both mentally and emotionally. It was a rare display of Karatsev failing to exert control in the match and getting bulldozed in rallies.
Millman went on to make his second successive quarterfinal but was flustered by an in-form Taylor Fritz. Overall, the 32-year-old has made at least a quarterfinal in each of his last four indoor hard court tournaments.
Schwartzman v Millman Prediction and Tip
This should be an intense battle as both players have enjoyed the indoor courts conditions. Millman is surprisingly at long odds to pull of the upset, but he should certainly expose the Argentine’s frail serve.