Lukas Klein (@3.5) vs Jiri Vesely (@1.25)
07-11-2019

Our Prediction:

Jiri Vesely will win

Lukas Klein – Jiri Vesely Match Prediction | 07-11-2019 10:00

Two good weeks in consecutive tournaments at Heilbronn (F) and Istanbul (QF) has taken Jiri Veselys season tally into the positive territory, 11/10. However, he will neither be happy nor disappointed with the result as he progressed to the final but lost to the 17-year-old German Rudolf Molleker, despite winning the first set. He previously made the quarterfinal at Auckland in the second week of January 2018. Despite suffering from constant fitness issues over the last few months, Jiri Vesely posted his second quarterfinal run (on tour) of the season by defeating Daniel Gimeno Traver and Thiago Monteiro in Istanbul a few weeks back. The 24-year-old Czech, who has retired seven times since the start of 2016 season including twice in 2018, stepped down a level and entered the Challenger event at Heilbronn last week to improve his fitness and build some momentum. These are much-needed results for the talented Czech considering he suffered some bad defeats earlier in the season such as 0-6 3-6 against Aljaz Bedene and 0-5 (retired) against Kyle Edmund.

This will be the first meeting between these two players. Vesely should be able to win this comfortably if he plays anywhere close to his best level, but his current fitness trouble gives a fair chance to the Slovakian here. Each pick offered is analysed carefully so that you have all the elements before wagering on the announced match or meetings. Find our tennis tips and analysis on each Master, the Davis Cup and the four major tennis tournaments (Grand Slam tournaments): Roland Garros, the US Open, Wimbledon, and the Australian Open. Though Lacko has got the ability to match many players on tour, he is not solid or consistent enough to produce results on a regular basis.

Jiri Vesely vs Lukas Lacko ATP Miami 2018 - R1. Mar 21st.

Making his debut in 2015 as a qualifier, he progressed to the round of 16 (lost to Wawrinka), and in 2016, he defeated the likes of John Isner and Andrey Kuznetsov but was again stopped by Stan Wawrinka in the semifinal. To get into the main draw of ATP Geneva, Lukas Rosol defeated Ivan Gakhov in straight sets before fighting back from a set down against Jeremy Jahn in the final qualifying round on Sunday. Rosol started off with a quarterfinal run at ITF Spain, then entered five consecutive challenger events and will now play his first main draw match in an ATP World Tour event since Moscow 2017. Lukas Rosols fitness is no better as very recently he made his comeback from the four months break. Former world #26 Lukas Rosol managed to win at least three matches in his previous two appearances here at Geneva.

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Lukas Lacko ended his four-match losing streak by defeating Sebastian Fanselow (struggling for form) at Irving Challenger last week but lost the following match to Steve Johnson (R2). The last time he got a direct entry into the main draw of the Miami Open was in 2013, where he lost his first-round match to Ivan Dodig in three sets. The Slovakian is yet to win back to back matches despite playing 13 matches (5/8) so far in 2018.

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Jiri Vesely defeated Tommy Haas and Albert Ramos before losing to Jack Sock in the third round here at the Miami Open in 2017. Playing his first match at the Indian Wells since retiring in Rio de Janeiro (R1, Federico Delbonis), the Czech was comfortably dispatched by Nicolas Kicker in the first round (5-7 3-6). Jiri Vesely, who has been struggling with fitness in the past few months, is currently on a four-match losing run, which includes three first-round exits at Buenos Aires, Rio De Janeiro, and Indian Wells, all being straight-set defeats. Vesely enjoyed a successful career in the ITF and Challenger circuits by winning over 200 matches and 15 titles (ITF and Challenger) during the period between 2011 2015. He also won his maiden tour title at Auckland in 2015, but the constant fitness issues over the past two seasons did not allow the big-serving Czech to produce his best tennis on tour. It is also his best result in this tournament (four appearances). His W/L record in 2018 stands at 3/6.