*Match start times approximate and subject to change
Coco Gauff heads into this match as the worthy favourite given her recent run of form. She’s won 18 out of 28 matches this season, while Sloane Stephens has only won 10 out of 17. Gauff is aggressive on court and will put constant pressure on Stephens with her powerful hitting.
While Stephens can definitely hold her own and counter-attack, Gauff’s intensity will prove too much and she’ll take advantage.
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Carlos Alcaraz goes into this match unbeaten in his last 13 matches. He showed his class with what some have voiced as the shot of the year with an unbelievable tweener lob winner against Karen Khachanov on Sunday evening.
Given his powerhouse performance against Zverev in the final of the Madrid Masters earlier this month, this looks a no brainer.
It’s the French Open rematch we’ve all been waiting for. Novak Djokovic, the world No 1, and Nadal, the 13-time French Open champion, will continue their epic rivalry on Tuesday evening in the quarter-final at Roland Garros.
This is the first rematch of two of the leading men’s players since their showcase semi-final last June. In previous years, the two titans of tennis have played each other 58 times, with Djokovic holding a 30–28 edge over Nadal.
I don’t think it will be an easy feat for the Serb to win this and I expect Nadal to put on a powerful performance, so I’ll remain on the fence and go with the total match games market where I see the value with Over 37.5 being my NAP of day.
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