Shapovalov vs Djere Tips, Predictions & Live Stream

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World No. 14 Denis Shapovalov begins his Australian Open campaign on Monday with a first round clash against Laslo Djere of Serbia.

Denis Shapovalov vs Laslo Djere Australian Open Live Stream, Tips & Predictions

Denis Shapovalov vs Laslo Djere free Australian Open tips, predictions and live stream information – Djere is 0-4 at the Australian Open…

Denis Shapovalov vs Laslo Djere Australian Open Live Stream

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Denis Shapovalov vs Laslo Djere Match Details

🎾 Competition: Australian Open R1
🗓 Date: Monday January 17
 Time: TBA
🏟 Stadium: TBA

Denis Shapovalov vs Laslo Djere Head to Head

Shapovalov leads 1-0

  • 2021 | ATP Geneva QF | Shapovalov 6-4 6-4

Denis Shapovalov vs Laslo Djere Tips, Prediction & Preview

Denis Shapovalov will be confident of easing into the second round of the Australian Open when he comes up against World No. 52 Laslo Djere on Monday.

After making his maiden slam semi-final at Wimbledon last season, Shapovalov will be targeting another breakthrough in 2022 as he looks to reach a major final for the first time.

The Canadian has already enjoyed success this season as he partnered Felix Auger-Aliassime to lead Canada to their first ATP Cup title in Sydney.

Shapovalov lost his opening match to Dan Evans, but bounced back strongly to win three straight against Jan-Lennard Struff, Roman Safiullin and Pablo Carreno Busta.

At the very least, Shapovalov will be aiming to make the second week at Melbourne Park for the first time after two previous third round finishes, including last year when he went down to Auger-Aliassime.

Djere meanwhile has never won a match at the Australian Open, losing in the first round in all four previous main draw appearances.

The Serbian is a quality player on clay, but he isn’t much of a factor on hardcourt – indeed, he has a 14-40 record on the surface.

Shapovalov beat Djere in straight sets on clay last year, so a repeat result on hardcourt is expected in Melbourne on Monday.