World number 23 Karen Khachanov will be up against Serbia’s Laslo Djere in the second round of the 2022 ATP Halle Open on Thursday, June 16. Get the live streaming options of this Karen Khachanov v Laslo Djere match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Karen Khachanov v Laslo Djere Head to Head
There has been just one previous meeting between these two players and Khachanov had won that encounter at Monte-Carlo Masters opener last year in straight sets.
Khachanov Almost Put to the Sword by Karatsev
Given Aslan Karatsev’s recent form, Khachanov might not have been too wary coming up against his fellow Russian in his opener but it wasn’t the easiest of a first round encounter for the world number 23.
Khachanov needed to overcome the loss of the first set before finding his lost mojo to carve out a 6-7 (4), 6-1, 6-2 victory over Karatsev in an hour and 54 minutes.
And this was despite Khachanov not facing a single break-point in the encounter, but was down to his inability to not be able to break his opponent in the first set. A sub-par tie-breaker allowed Karastsev to take the lead but once Khachanov settled in, he broke his opponent four times over the next two sets to clinch the deal.
This win follows Khachanov’s solid display in Rosmalen where he had reached the quarterfinal, and he would be hoping to make a second successive last-eight entry in as many tournaments here.
Djere Advances after Squire Injury
Djere was on court for a mere 23 minutes before his German opponent Henri Squire retired from the encounter to give the Serb a bit of a free passage to the second round.
Having won just two main draw matches on grass in his career before coming into this tournament, Djere broke Squire once and was serving to go 5-3 up in the first set when his opponent opted out of the contest.
This is the third time in his career that Djere has won his opening round match, but never made it two in two before this. Up against the world number 23, it might not be the easiest proposition and that reflects in those odds on offer.
Djere is a whopping 14/3 to win this and if he can get anywhere close to troubling Khachanov, it could give him a bit of boost heading into Wimbledon soon.
Khachanov v Djere Prediction and Tip
This could well be one-way traffic in favour of Khachanov with the Russian winning it in straight sets against a grass court struggler.