World No. 1 and home favourite Novak Djokovic headlines the field at the ATP 250 Serbia Open in Belgrade this week and all matches at the tournament are available to watch online via desktop and mobile.
ATP Belgrade Live Stream, Tips & Predictions
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ATP Belgrade Tournament Information
Location: Belgrade, Serbia
Dates: April 19-25, 2021
Singles Draw: 28
Doubles Draw: 16
Defending champion: Andreas Seppi (2012)
ATP Belgrade Seeds
1. Novak Djokovic
2. Matteo Berrettini
3. Aslan Karatsev
4. Dusan Lajovic
5. Filip Krajinovic
6. Marton Fucsovics (withdrew injured)
7. John Millman
8. Miomir Kecmanovic
ATP Belgrade Tips & Predictions
World No. 1 Novak Djokovic makes a rare appearance at an ATP 250 when he leads the draw at the Serbia Open, which is back on the calendar for the first time since 2012.
Played at the Novak Tennis Centre in Belgrade, it’s no surprise there’s a strong Serbian presence at the tournament, with three seeded players among the main contenders after Djokovic, including Dusan Lajovic, Filip Krajinovic and Miomir Kecmanovic.
Djokovic will be aiming for his third title in Belgrade after prevailing in 2009 and 2011. The world’s best player was stunned in Monte Carlo last week by Dan Evans, with Djokovic admitting it was one of his worst matches in the last few seasons.
A repeat early elimination is very slim in Belgrade, although Djokovic could run into Aslan Karatsev in the semi-finals. The Russian has continued his strong season since making the Australian Open semi-finals (where he lost to Djokovic), winning his maiden ATP title in Dubai.
Matteo Berrettini was playing great tennis before getting injured in the Australian Open third round and could be dangerous in Belgrade, but it’s also his first tournament in months and could to get going early.
Sebastian Korda is also one to watch – the young American has sky-rocketed up the rankings this year on the back of a runner-up showing in Delray Beach and Miami Masters quarter-final and his potential quarter-final with Karatsev would be interesting – especially after he beat the Russian during that Miami run.
Overall, you can’t go against Djokovic. Berrettini or Filip Krajinovic are the most likely contenders from the bottom half, but they almost certainly won’t be beating the World No. 1.
If Djokovic survives Karatsev/Korda, he should be strolling to the title.