This one’s a game of youth versus experience. Nadal is coming off a light injury having pulled out just minutes before last week’s Paris Masters semi-final last week however the Spaniard has a history of bouncing back from these setbacks emphatically. Conversely, Zverev has a historically poor record against Nadal losing all five of their previous encounters making the unders an attractive pick at 6/5.
The future stars of tennis face off in this match up. Medvedev on an incredible winning run which includes six finals in seven tournaments including that epic five-set loss to Nadal in the US Open. On the other hand after a blistering clay-court season and subsequent drop in form through to the US Open Tsitsipas has found his mojo again reaching the a final, two semi’s and a quarter in Paris – all losing to the eventual tournament winner.
The head 2 head is 5-0 in Medvedev’s favour however, the last match went 7-5; 7-5 with Tsitsipas unlucky to not rob a set on that occasion while all other past matches have featured at least three sets making Medvedev and 2-1 set betting good value at 23/10.