Brydan Klein (@2.5) vs Luke Saville (@1.5)
05-11-2019

Our Prediction:

Luke Saville will win

Brydan Klein – Luke Saville Match Prediction | 05-11-2019 20:00

174 when he reached the last 16 during his controversial participation at the 2009 Aegon International.[3] He ended 2009 by returning to playing at Futures level in Australia, with a year-end ranking of no. Klein received wildcard entries into both the Brisbane International and the 2009 Australian Open.[3] A first round loser in Brisbane, Klein acquired his first Grand Slam victory at the Australian Open against Bjrn Phau 64, 63, 46, 63, before falling to Stanislas Wawrinka in straight sets in the Second Round.[3] Following his Australian Open efforts, Klein won the 2009 McDonald's Burnie International, the first challenger title win of his career.[4] He did not lose a set during the tournament, securing the title courtesy of 63, 63 victory over Grega emlja in the final.[4] Klein followed the win up by securing both singles and doubles Futures victories in Mildura the following week, having also won the singles event in 2008.[1] He beat Matthew Ebden in the final of that tournament, before teaming up with him to win the doubles title.[1] Following his impressive start to 2009, Klein was called up to represent Australia at Davis Cup level, and played in Australia's 32 win over Thailand in a Second Round match, although lost his match to Danai Udomchoke.[5] He also entered the 2009 French Open, but lost in the opening qualifying round to Kevin Anderson.[6] Klein began to play at Challenger level and on the ATP World Tour throughout 2009 to little success, although did reach a career singles high of no.

Finally, I thought, 'Look, I'm 23, I need a new environment, I need to do something to give myself a chance to improve my game'."[25] The move also allowed Klein to "ease the financial burden" that has meant he had to fund the previous three years of touring himself, only gaining access to a coach when he was competing in Turkey.[25] He hoped the move would help realise his dream of making a "living out of the sport I love, which would be making top 100 singles and top 50 doubles". Klein also spoke of further aspirations of competing for the Great Britain Davis Cup team "In the years to come, there's Davis Cup if they want me and my ranking is high enough and, of course, they have a grand slam the same as us, so there's opportunities there. In April 2013, the LTA, the national governing body of tennis in Great Britain, were informed of Klein's desire to switch his nationality from Australian to British through the International Tennis Federation.[21] A month later, it was announced that Klein had completed his switch to playing under a British licence.[21] Despite being born in Rockingham, Australia, his mother was from Manchester, England, and therefore Klein was able to switch allegiance.[22] The move followed Tennis Australia's decision to withdraw their support for Klein following a "fractured relationship"[23] with Klein having "a very chequered history of on-court behaviours".[24] Klein stated it was a move he had been thinking about for four years "It was a very difficult decision and I've had it in the back of my mind for four years, but haven't wanted to go forward with it.

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Klein began the year by competing at the 2013 Australian Open, but lost in straight sets in the First Round of qualifying to Riccardo Ghedin. Klein and doubles partner Propoggia reached another Challenger doubles final, but lost to the pairing of John-Patrick Smith and Ruan Roelofse at the 2013 McDonald's Burnie International.[19] The pair would go one better in early March 2013, securing their third Challenger title by beating Alex Bolt and Nick Kyrgios in the final of the 2013 Nature's Way Sydney Tennis International.[20] The result gave Klein a career high doubles ranking of no.

However, Klein has struggled to make the transition onto the men's professional circuit, failing to enter the top 150 or gain entry into any Grand Slam event without being given a Wild card. In 2009, Klein was banned from playing professional tennis for six months and fined $24,000 for racially abusing an opponent. As a junior, Klein won the 2007 Australian Open and reached a career-high top five in the ITF junior rankings. Brydan Klein (born 31 December 1989) is an Australian-born British professional tennis player.

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Throughout 2007, Klein began playing Futures tournaments on a much more regular basis, and secured his first singles title in Sawtell, Australia in October that year, beating Miles Armstrong 61, 63 in the final.[1] At the start of the following year, he received a wildcard into the main draw of the 2008 Australian Open, although lost 46, 57, 46 to Paul Capdeville in the opening round. Shortly after, he returned to Futures action and earned his second singles title win in Mildura, defeating number one seed Nathan Healey in the final.[1] He went on to win a further two singles titles during the year, both of which coming away from Australia, in New Zealand and Belarus respectively.[1] Klein ended 2008 ranked no.