Jannik Sinner vs Stefanos Tsitsipas Odds & Info
|Game||Jannik Sinner vs Stefanos Tsitsipas|
|Date & Time||Saturday April 24, 2021, 7:30 AM (EDT)|
Pista Rafa Nadal Pista Rafa Nadal, Barcelona, Spain
In the semifinals of the 2021 ATP Barcelona Open, Jannik Sinner from Italy is set to play against Stefanos Tsitsipas from Greece.
Jannik Sinner produced a big win in the previous round where he defeated Andrey Rublev in straight sets. Sinner defeated the number 3 seed at the tournament and looked in complete control throughout the match. During the win, Jannik Sinner won 90% of his service games and 3 return games. The receiving was especially strong as Sinner won over 45% of his receiving points. This is expected to be another tough match for Jannik Sinner but considering his recent results, he will be optimistic about his chances.
On the other side of the coin, Stefanos Tsitsipas enters this match having also won his previous outing in straight sets. It has been an elite tournament for Stefanos Tsitsipas as he is yet to lose a set since arriving in Barcelona. In the previous round, Stefanos Tsitsipas won all of his service games and 3 return games. The serving was extremely impressive from Stefanos Tsitsiaps as the Greek superstar won 73% of his service points. It has been a very strong few months for Stefanos Tsitsipas as he enters this tournament having won the Monte Carlo Masters last week. Considering his recent form, Stefanos Tsitsipas is going to be very tough to beat in this tournament.
This will be the second time that Jannik Sinner and Stefanos Tsitsipas will be playing each other at an ATP tournament. The most recent match between these two players was in 2020 at ATP Rome where Sinner won in 3 sets. Tsitsipas defeated Sinner in 2019 at ATP Rome.
Free Tennis Pick:
This should be a close match between two very exciting players. That being said, I am going to pick Stefanos Tsitsipas to win this match. Tsitsipas has been in elite form over the past few months and I see the Greek superstar having the power game to control the match. I see Tsitsipas winning in 3 sets.