French Open Tennis

Diego Schwartzman vs Stefanos Tsitsipas Prediction and Odds: French Open 2023

Diego Schwartzman is finding his feet again at Roland Garros. Yet he faces a huge challenge against Stefanos Tsitsipas in this match. So what markets should you be backing? Find out below.

These odds from Ladbrokes were correct at the time of writing.

Schwartzman vs Tsitsipas – Match Predictions

Prior to Roland Garros 2023, Diego Schwartzman had been performing way below par. In fact, he has been struggling to pick up any wins at all, despite the fact that clay is supposedly his favourite surface. As for his opponent, Stefanos Tsitsipas, he’s widely regarded as one of the best clay court players in the world. After all, he has won several prestigious clay court titles, and he has been a runner-up in Paris previously.

Predictions Roland Garros

However, this match might not be as one-sided as some people believe, as reflected in my tennis predictions today shared here.

Schwartzman to Win a Set

I am confident that if Diego Schwartzman plays somewhere near the level that we all know he can produce, he’s more than able to take a set from Tsitsipas. To be perfectly honest, the fact that the French Open odds for this market are floating at ‘evens’ is quite remarkable. And since Tsitsipas has shown vulnerabilities already this year, this market makes even more sense.

Over 34.5 Games

When combining two predictions together for just one match, it’s logical to pick a market that complements the other. So having looked at the possible options, I believe that the perfect complement is to wager that the match will go beyond 34.5 games. However, for this market to have a strong chance, Diego Schwartzman would need to win at least one set. 

Schwartzman vs Tsitsipas Preview

You’ve now got a couple of tantalizing markets to consider backing for this third-round match. Yet what about the tale of the tape? Let’s explore this now.

Diego Schwartzman Preview

By his standards, Schwartzman has had a pretty poor 2023 season. His ranking has slipped down to 95 in the world, and he has barely produced wins – even on the clay. Yet since he came back from two sets down in his first round, it seems like his confidence has been reignited. And he will need plenty of it, as well as self-belief to try and take down Tsitsipas.

Stefanos Tsitsipas Preview

Currently, Stefanos Tsitsipas is ranked number five in the world. As a previous runner-up at the French Open, he is obviously the favourite to secure a win in this match. At the same time, he is the number 5 seed for Roland Garros. Yet as referenced previously, he’s been shaky this year, especially in his opener against Vesely. So if Schwartzman can get off to a quick start, Tsitsipas could get rattled.

Schwartzman vs Tsitsipas Head to Head

According to the official head-to-head report, these two guys have played each other six times. As things stand, it’s Tsitsipas who has a lead over Schwartzman – 4-2, to be precise. Tsitsipas has won their last three encounters too, which bodes well for the Greek to ultimately get the win in this clash.

Schwartzman vs Tsitsipas Match Details

  • Match Schedule – June 2nd, 11:00 GMT
  • Venue – Paris, France
  • Viewing Options – Discovery+ / Eurosport 1 & 2

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