Top seed Carlos Alcaraz of Spain will meet fifth seed Juan Manuel Cerundolo in the fifth match of Group A at the 2021 Next Gen Finals on Thursday, November 11. Get the live streaming options of this Carlos Alcaraz v Juan Manuel Cerundolo match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Carlos Alcaraz v Juan Manuel Cerundolo Head to Head
This will be a first meeting between the two.
Alcaraz Storms Into Semis
Top seed Carlos Alacaraz, who began the tournament with a straight sets win over Denmark’s Holger Rune, notched a second straight sets win in the tournament on Wednesday to seal a place in the semifinals. The 18-year-old needed just an hour and 27 minutes to beat America’s Brandon Nakashima 4-3 (7-4), 4-1, 4-3 (7-4) in his second match of the round robin phase.
Alcaraz struck 10 aces and 21 winners, while making 14 unforced errors. He won 88% points on the back of his first delivery and converted both the break points that he held in the match. Nakashima had five break points in the contest but he could the Spaniard saved four of them.
With the win Alcaraz went on top of Group A. He has 2 wins from 2 matches and a 6-0 set win-loss record He will be looking to head into the knockout stage with a perfect record.
The Spaniard, who began the year as the 141st ranked player in the world, is currently ranked No. 32, thanks to a 27-17 season, which also includes his maiden ATP title in Umag.
Cerundolo Out of Semis Contention
Facing Alcaraz on Thursday will be Juan Manuel Cerundolo, who is out of semifinal contention after two defeats in the first two matches.
The fifth seed Argentine, who lost to Nakashima in four in the first match, lost another four-set contest on Wednesday, going down to Holger Rune 1-4, 2-4, 4-1, 1-4.
Broken thrice in the match, the 19-year-old Cerundolo could convert just one of two break point opportunities.
The left-hander didn’t hold any break point in the first match, while getting broken four times by Nakashima in a 1-4, 4-3, 1-4, 0-4 defeat.
Ranked 91st in the world, Cerundolo had a 6-3 record in the season, winning the Cordoba Open title on his ATP main draw debut.
Alcaraz v Cerundolo Prediction and Tip
Alcaraz will look to go into the semifinals with a perfect record and he should dominate the contest against the Argentine. Expect Alcaraz to win in straight sets.