TennisSection previews the 2021 Miami Open as Diego Schwartzman (5) meets Sebastian Korda in the Fourth Round on Tuesday, March 30th 2021.
Will Sebastian continue to shine on the ATP Tour, having an amazing breakthrough season in 2021, and cruising through his side of the draw here in Miami? Will Diego Schwartzman continue to perform strongly in Miami, finally getting his 2021 hard-court season underway strongly? This is definitely going to be a blockbuster encounter, but only one will make their way to the Quarter-finals. Who will it be?
Diego Schwartzman came through a very easy Third Round match, beating the No.25 seed Adrian Mannarino in straight sets 6-1/6-4. Diego put on a great performance both on his serve, but also on his return game. Mannarino could not handle the direction shift from Diego and this was the difference maker throughout both sets. Diego Schwartzman is playing some solid tennis here in Miami, but I wonder how confident he will be coming into the Fourth Round as he meets Sebastian Korda who has been on a tear here in Miami and cruising through everyone. Diego will have to ensure he is at his absolute best here if he is to get anything out of this Fourth Round match at the 2021 Miami Open.
Sebastian Korda came through a very good match against the in form, and up and coming, Russian Aslan Karatsev who is playing at his best and has just won a title in Dubai, beating him in 2 sets, 6-3/6-0. Sebastian Korda is just on another level here in Miami and he is playing some of the best tennis of his life. Korda is a great young talent and I expect him to win some titles in 2021 if he continues to play with this form. Korda knows he will now meet his toughest challenge here in Miami, but I am sure he will be confident in his ability to cause yet another upset in the Fourth Round of the 2021 Miami Open.
Diego Schwartzman and Sebastian Korda have never met before, and we are definitely in for an exciting and tight match in this Fourth Round of the 2021 Miami Open. This is going to be tight, and obviously Diego Schwartzman has much more experience than Sebastian Korda. However, I see the young American wanting to continue impressing his home fans here in Miami and making a bigger name for himself on the ATP Tour. Schwartzman is not the best against big serves, and Korda has that, but he also had great speed and movement around the court. I could see a three-setter on our hands, but it should be won by the up and comer Sebastian Korda.
Free Tennis Pick and Prediction: Sebastian Korda to Win.