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Sebastian Korda from the USA will meet the Italian Marco Cecchinato in the final of the Parma Open 2021. The game is scheduled to take place on Saturday, May 29, 2021 at 9:15 a.m. EST.
This is sure to be an exciting game between exciting youngster Sebastian Korda and veteran Marco Cecchinato. Both men played fantastic tennis at the Parma Open 2021 this week and are looking to win their first title of the year. Can NextGen star Korda take on his opponent’s challenge as he tries to win his first career title? Or can the Italian claim his fourth?
Sebastian Korda is one of the most promising young players on the ATP Tour and is already 63rd in the ATP world rankings. The youngster started the year in fantastic shape, reached the finals in Delray Beach and impressed the tennis world with his first Masters 1000 Semi in Miami. However, he had a miserable start to his clay court season before the Parma Open 2021 and could boast of a poor record of 1-4. However, he turned it around here in Italy with some outstanding performances. Korda has a big serve and a huge baseline game and in that form you have to be considered a favorite here. He dismantled compatriot Tommy Paul in straight sentences in the semis, and the stage is ready for him to take the title.
Marco Cecchinato was once considered one of the best clay court players in the world and was in the top 20 just a few years ago. However, the Italian is 103rd in the ATP world rankings. He will be delighted to have found shape at home and will certainly make it back to the top 100 in the world after this week. He was outstanding in the semifinals against the formidable Jaume Munar and won a three-point marathon. If fatigue is not an issue, he should give young Sebastian Korda an impressive test given his experience and good recent form.
This match could potentially go either way and both men can win here. However, I go with my head, and that is Sebastian Korda. The young star simply has equipment that Marco Cecchinato doesn’t have, and if nerves aren’t a big issue, he should win here with relative comfort. Cecchinato is a tough opponent and has a lot of experience, but I will win in straight sets with Korda and win his first career title here at the Belgrade Open 2021.
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