Method A : 2.00%
Method B : 3.00%
Alcaraz has beaten Thanasi Kokkinakis, Tallon Griekspoor, Jack Draper and eighth seed Felix Auger-Aliassime.
Alcaraz and Sinner are widely regarded as two of the best young players currently in the game.
Both players have formidable games, especially on hardcourts, where their strong serves, powerful hitting off either flank and elite athleticism pay rich dividends.
There’s very little to choose between the two players, with only one of their four previous meetings ending in straight sets (Alcaraz, 2021 Paris Round of 32). All their meetings have been closely contested and have produced some top-class tennis from both players.
While Sinner has dropped two sets this week, Alcaraz has won all eight, giving the Spaniard a slight edge in current form. I think that Alcaraz will win this one as when looking at the previous matches as he is playing cleaner tennis than Sinner does. He has the upper hand in their h2h and should be able to win this one. Alcaraz will undoubtedly play with more variety than Sinner’s previous opponents and will look to bring the Italian to the net a fair amount.
My Prediction : Alcaraz to win @ 1,56