Aslan Karatsev, 21st seed at US Open 2021 will clash against Jaume Munar in the first round of US Open 2021. The Russian is ranked 24th in the world, whereas, Munar is ranked 219th in the ATP Rankings.
Aslan Karatsev vs Jaume Munar: Match Details
- Tournament: US Open 2021
- Match: Aslan Karatsev vs Jaume Munar
- Round: Round 1
- Date: August 31, 2021
- Prize money: $75,000
- Venue: New York City, USA
- Surface: Hard court
Aslan Karatsev vs Jaume Munar: Match Preview
Aslan Karatsev last competed at the Cincinnati Open, where he was defeated in the first round by Marin Cilic in straight sets. The Russian was also defeated in the second round of Canadian Open by Karen Khachanov. He managed to win the silver medal in Mixed Doubles at Tokyo Olympics, but in singles, he faced yet another early exit. After his incredible start to the season, Karatsev’s form has dipped significantly.
Jaume Munar is a player with extraordinary skill, yet his ranking do not justify the talent and potential he has. The Spaniard was defeated by Richard Gasquet in the qualifying round of Cincinnati Open 2021. He also faced a first round exit at the Winston-Salem Open last week.
Aslan Karatsev vs Jaume Munar: Head-to-Head
The duo have faced against each other on only one occasion. They faced each other at the Zhuhai Challenger in 2017, where Munar won in straight sets.
Aslan Karatsev vs Jaume Munar: Match Prediction
Going on current form, both players have had their fair share of struggles. However, Karatsev has proved his prowess on hard courts in the first part of the season, as he reached the semifinals of Australian Open. The Russian should do enough to win the first round encounter in four sets.
Match Prediction: Aslan Karatsev to win in four sets
Aslan Karatsev vs Jaume Munar: Live Streaming & Where to Watch
- Japan: TBD
- Delhi: TBD
- New York: TBD
- Melbourne: TBD
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