European Open 2021 FINALS: Jannik Sinner vs Diego Schwartzman Preview, Head to head, Prediction and Live stream

In the finals of the European Open 2021, top-seed Jannik Sinner will clash with 2nd seed Diego Schwartzman in their first-career meeting on the Tour.

Jannik Sinner vs Diego Schwartzman will clash at the European Open 2021
Jannik Sinner vs Diego Schwartzman

In the finals of the European Open, World No. 16 and the top-seed Jannik Sinner will take on World No. 13 and the 2nd seeded Diego Schwartzman.

Jannik Sinner vs Diego Schwartzman: Match Details

  • Tournament: European Open 2021
  • Match: Jannik Sinner vs Diego Schwartzman
  • Round: Finals
  • Date: 24th October 2021
  • Prize Money: $57,862 (Winner) $41,490 (Runner-Up)
  • Venue: Antwerp, Belgium
  • Surface: Outdoor hard court

Jannik Sinner vs Diego Schwartzman: Preview

Jannik Sinner
Jannik Sinner

Jannik Sinner makes his way to his 5th final of the season as he defeats South Africa’s Lloyd Harris 6-2, 6-2 to reach the finals without dropping a single set this week in Belgium. This is Sinner’s just second appearance at the European Open and after reaching the semis in 2019, he has now moved into the finals. Sinner has won 3 titles from the 4 finals he has played this season.

Diego Schwartzman defeats American youngster Jenson Brooksby 6-4, 6-0 to reach the finals of the European Open for the third time in his career from his 5 appearances at the tournament. This will be his 2nd final of the season after previously playing and winning the 2021 Buenos Aires Open in the first half of the season. Similar to Jannik, Diego is yet to drop a set this week.

Jannik Sinner vs Diego Schwartzman: Head to Head

Diego Schwartzman
Diego Schwartzman

This will be the first-ever meeting between the duo, hence the head-to-head stands at 0-0.

Jannik Sinner vs Diego Schwartzman: Prediction

Jannik Sinner
Jannik Sinner

Diego will come into the clash with a career indoor-hardcourt surface record of 27-23 and is 3-1 on the surface this season while having a season record of 35-20 across all surfaces. Sinner will take the court with a career indoor-hardcourt record of 52-15 and is 9-2 on the surface this season having a 41-18 record for the season across all surfaces.

Looking at these numbers, their recent form and past few performances, it is difficult to predict an outright winner as Diego has better experience but Sinner has a better record on indoor hardcourts. Nevertheless, Sinner would still remain the favourite for his better recent form and consistency having won 2 titles since the hardcourt season resumed again.

Prediction: Jannik Sinner to win in 3-sets.

Jannik Sinner vs Diego Schwartzman: Broadcast and Live stream details

CountryOfficial Broadcaster
NetherlandsFox Sports
USATennis Channel
ItalySky Italia
SwitzerlandSRG
SingaporeStarhub
Middle EastBeInsports
ChinaLETV.com
GermanySport1
ScandinaviaC More
FranceBeInsports

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