Lacko leads the head to heads 2-1. Their most recent meeting was in July 2013 on a hard court. Baghdatis won in 3 sets.
Lacko reached the semi finals of a Challenger tournament in January. He lost to Youzhny in 3 sets.
Baghdatis hasn’t played much in 2016. He played an exhibition event to start off the season and then lost to Tsonga in 4 sets in Melbourne. He often starts the seasons well and I give him the edge in this one but 1.51 at this stage of the season looks too low.
Lacko showed a lot of promise a few years ago but never really lived up to it.
I will wait for 1.70 on Baghdatis.