Daniil Medvedev v Alexander Zverev: Zverev to win 2-0 – 2/1
Daniil Medvedev had his sights set on winning this title for the first time, but this has been a tournament to forget for the Russian with two straight loses.
He will be having nightmares about having lost a final set to Nadal on Wednesday, a set he was firmly in control of before losing it in a tie-break.
Zverev has been in great form and despite a defeat to Stefanos Tsitsipas on Wednesday evening has a fair chance of progressing from the group to make the semi-finals. Zverev is one of very few with a great head-to-head record against Medvedev (4-1 he leads) and he will look to extend that in what looks set to be a cracking final group game.
These two don’t tend to play out three-setters and we feel Zverev could seize the initiative early and win this match in an impressive manner.
Rafael Nadal v Stefanos Tsitsipas: Tsitsipas to win 2-0 – 11/4
A good tournament for Stefanos Tsitsipas could turn into a great one on Friday evening when the Greek meets Rafa Nadal.
Stefanos has comfortably seen off both defending champ Alexander Zverev and the hottest player on the tour right now in the form of Daniil Medvedev in his first two group games and is yet to drop a set.
Tsitsipas will be full of confidence after these victories and Nadal looks very short in the match odds having been down and out against Medvedev before staging quite the comeback. His injury woes have some-what been forgotten about, but these concerns along with the tough matches he has faced this week make a straight-sets victory for Tsitsipas quite a bet.
* All odds correct at time of posting.