Daniel Altmaier and Dusan Lajovic will face off in the first round of the 2022 ATP Mallorca Open on Monday, June 20. Get the live streaming options of this Dusan Lajovic v Daniel Altmaier match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Dusan Lajovic v Daniel Altmaier Head to Head
It is 1-0 to Altmaeir with his sole win over Lajovic coming in the 2021 ATP Umag last season in straight sets.
Lajovic, Coming with Some Momentum
World No. 69 Dusan Lajovic has had a pretty muted season so far. His tally as of Sunday stands at an underwhelming 10-17 with no titles to show for it.
Most of his ATP campaigns have ended in early exits, barring the Madrid Masters where he reached the third round as a qualifier. That tournament saw him register wins over the likes of Bora Coric and the top-10 star Casper Ruud.
Lajovic, however, failed to build on that moment as he ended up losing in the first round in the Rome Masters and French Open.
The 31-year-old Serbian last featured in the Parma Challenger (clay-court event) where he made it as far as the semis.
The switch in grass may not bode well for him; his tally stands at 5-14 with a majority of those five victories coming in Wimbledon (best result: round two).
Altmaier, Coming Off a Rocky Grass Start
23-year-old Daniel Altmaier is yet to register a win on grass courts this season. Two tournaments in, he was subdued in his opening fixtures.
In ATP Stuttgart, he succumbed to Oscar Otte in a fiercely-contested affair with 6-7(2), 6-7(4). In Halle, he bowed out to Nick Kyrgios 3-6, 5-7.
Now in Mallorca, he will hope for a turnaround but it is going to be a tough ask of him. Now ranked World No. 66, Altmaier’s season can be summarised with a far more disappointing tally of 3-14. The German is now on a four-match losing streak.
His sole highlights of the year have come on the Challenger circuit where he won the title in Heilbronn and was a runner-up in Phoenix. On the ATP Tour, his best result is reaching the quarterfinals in ATP Pune in January.
Altmaier v Lajovic Prediction and Tip
This is a close match; both players have poor grass records and are coming in on the back of a discouraging year. Lajovic has more experience but Altmaeir is young and agile – something that may benefit him on this surface. On a safer side, we may be looking at a long affair.