Sebastian Korda kicked off his campaign at the Moselle Open against Hugo Gaston in the first round. Here’s the prediction in this article.

Sebastian Korda : Ranking | Prediction | Wimbledon

Korda is an American professional tennis player. Korda’s career-high ATP singles ranking of world No. 30 was achieved on 2 May 2022.

Sebastian Korda : Ranking | Prediction | Wimbledon

Born July 5, 2000 (age 22)
Bradenton, Florida, U.S.
Height 1.96 m (6 ft 5 in)
Turned pro 2018
Plays Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
Coach Petr Korda

He has won one ATP singles tournament, the 2021 Emilia-Romagna Open.

He also won the junior title at the 2018 Australian Open, 20 years after his father Petr Korda won the Australian Open title.

Sebastian’s older sisters Jessica and Nelly are both LPGA golf professionals.

Korda grew up playing competitive junior ice hockey from the age of 3, but decided to switch to tennis at the age of 9 after accompanying his father to the 2009 US Open.

At age 11, he won a golf tournament in Prague, in which sister Nelly also competed.


Korda’s career-high ATP singles ranking of world No. 30 was achieved on 2 May 2022.

Korda made his ATP main draw debut at the New York Open. As a wild card entry, he lost in the first round to Frances Tiafoe in three sets.

Sebastian Korda : Ranking | Prediction | Wimbledon


  Highest ranking   No. 30 (2 May 2022)
Current ranking No. 49 (12 September 2022)


 Highest ranking  No. 176 (20 September 2021)
Current ranking No. 399 (12 September 2022)

Korda made his Masters 1000 debut as a qualifier at the warm-up Western & Southern Open tournament prior to the US Open.

Korda made his Grand Slam debut as a wildcard at the US Open where he was defeated by Denis Shapovalov.

As a qualifier, Korda reached the fourth round at the French Open after beating Andreas Seppi, 21st seed John Isner and fellow qualifier Pedro Martínez. He lost to defending (and eventual) champion Rafael Nadal in straight sets.

In his debut at the Australian Open he recorded his first victory by defeating 12th seed Cameron Norrie.

He went on to defeat Corentin Moutet in the second round in a tight five set match with a super tiebreak in the fifth set to reach the third round for the first time at this Major. At the 2022 Delray Beach Open, Norrie defeated Korda in the quarterfinals.

Korda entered the 2022 Indian Wells Masters in March. After beating Thanasi Kokkinakis in the first round, Korda faced Rafael Nadal in the second and, despite serving a breadstick in the second set and leading 5–2 in the final set, he lost in a tiebreak.

At the 2022 Miami Open, Korda defeated Alejandro Davidovich Fokina and Albert Ramos Viñolas in the first two rounds before being knocked out by Miomir Kecmanović in the third round.

Sebastian Korda prediction

Sebastian Korda kicked off his campaign at the Moselle Open against Hugo Gaston in the first round.

He snagged an early break to lead 2-0, but his opponent fought back to level the score. The American then reeled off the last three games of the set to clinch the opener.

Sebastian Korda : Ranking | Prediction | Wimbledon

This head-to-head prediction is quite misleading since Musetti’s two wins came on clay, his strongest surface and Korda’s weakest.

Korda won their only hard court matchup and should be the favorite to prevail here as well; Musetti has shown some improvements on hard courts and even scored a pretty impressive victory over David Goffin at the US Open in an epic match, but on this surface the outcome will definitely be on Korda’s racket.

It hasn’t been the kind of season Sebastian Korda was hoping for at the beginning of the year. Korda has been far from his vintage 2021 form which saw him rise to within the top 30 and collect a maiden ATP title in Parma.

The American has been bothered by a persistent foot problem that cost him a place at this year’s Wimbledon Championships. His failure to amass 250 ranking points during the clay swing has seen his ranking fall substantially and is now close to exiting the top 50.


American tennis player Sebastian Korda has pulled out of Wimbledon, scheduled to commence on June 27, as he is dealing with “terrible shin splints” and “beaten up feet”.

The 21-year-old world No. 46 had made his Wimbledon debut last year and announced his withdrawal late on Monday after his round-of-32 loss at Eastbourne to Australian John Millman.

Sebastian Korda : Ranking | Prediction | Wimbledon

The young American had a great debut Wimbledon season in 2021, reaching the quarterfinal before bowing out to Karen Khachanov of Russia.

He kicked off this grass-court season in Halle, where he lost to Pablo Carreno Busta of Spain the round-of-16.

“Hi all. Sadly I had to withdraw from Wimbledon after my match in Eastbourne (on Monday). I have been dealing with terrible shin splints and beaten up feet for quite some time now and can’t go on with it anymore. I have been advised to rest and recuperate is the best way forward,” tweeted Korda.

By Rishabh

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