Dusan Lajovic vs Feliciano Lopez Live Streaming

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Lajovic vs Lopez Head to Head:

Dusan Lajovic
1
Feliciano Lopez
3


Dusan Lajovic was born on 30 June 1990 in Serbia. Lajovic plays right-handed (one-handed backhand) and he’s coached by Jose Perlas. Dusan Lajovic has won 0 titles in his career (0 Grand Slam titles). Lajovic height: 1.83 m.


Feliciano Lopez was born on 20 September 1981 in Spain. Lopez plays left-handed (one-handed backhand) and he’s coached by José Clavet. Feliciano Lopez has won 6 titles in his career (0 Grand Slam titles). Lopez height: 1.88 m.

Dusan Lajovic is meeting Feliciano Lopez in the first round of Abierto Mexicano in Acapulco, Mexico. The match between Dusan Lajovic and Feliciano Lopez will be disputed on outdoor hard courts.

The initially important information from the ATP Abierto Mexicano lies in the fact ex champ Del Potro could not fight for his title this year.

The favourites this year in Mexico are Rafael Nadal, Zverev, John Isner and Schwartzman. There is small skepticism that Nadal is not going to head into the final, and, in cases where practically all proceeds according to plan, we may see a final between the the ATP’s #2 and no 3 tennis players, a real celebration for almost any tennis fanatic.

Past Grand Slam champion Stan the Man is going to be present at the beginning of the tournament and he may bring sudden trouble for the top notch players, as he’s showing a top notch shape currently.

Thanks to its closeness to the Indian Wells Open, the ATP Abierto Mexicano is currently considered the last preparing tournament for the first Masters competition of the year, which will begin on Mar 8 in California.

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