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The China Open is set to witness a thrilling showdown as Alex de Minaur and Daniil Medvedev lock horns in a high-stakes encounter. With contrasting recent forms and a compelling head-to-head history, this match promises to be a tennis spectacle you won’t want to miss.
Our favourite Alex de Minaur vs Daniil Medvedev – match predictions
- 1 Our favourite Alex de Minaur vs Daniil Medvedev – match predictions
- 2 Medvedev seeks revenge as De Minaur aims to extend dominance in Beijing
- 3 Key match details
Medvedev impressed in his straight-set victory over Tommy Paul and will have similar designs against De Minaur. It will not be an easy task as the Australian has two wins in their last three duels.
2-0 to Daniil Medvedev @ 18/25 (1.72)
Medvedev’s consistency on hard surfaces is evident in his remarkable quarterfinal appearances in eight out of ten hardcourt tournaments this year, including impressive wins over top players like Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz. While De Minaur has improved in his outings, he has not been as consistent. The Australian was fortunate against Andy Murray and Medvedev will not give him the same opportunities. We do not anticipate this match going the distance and expect it to finish with a 2-0 conclusion in Medvedev’s favour.
Under 20.5 Games @ 91/100 (1.91)
Murray suffered his fourth defeat to De Minaur in 13 months, a jinx he should have lifted in their first-round encounter had he been able to convert the three match points that came his way. The Australian will now face the US Open finalist who has been on an absolute tear in 2023 with 39 hardcourt wins. Medevedev finished off Paul in the first round, accruing only three games. We believe another clinical finish will be delivered by the Russian, who should head for an early bath by finishing it under 20.5 games.
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Medvedev seeks revenge as De Minaur aims to extend dominance in Beijing
Our predictions for this match have now been established, let’s see how these players have fared so far this season for the latest tennis betting tips and predictions here.
Alex de Minaur preview
Alex de Minaur has been on a remarkable run, showcasing his versatility and tenacity on the court. He recently scored a hard-fought victory against former world #1 Andy Murray in the first round of ATP Beijing, underlining his ability to handle pressure situations.
He defeated Medvedev at the Toronto Masters and its memories would have surely bolstered his confidence ahead of his duel. With a notable ATP 500 title win in Acapulco and an impressive runner-up finish at Queen’s Club during the grass swing, it will be a folly to discount the Australian’s credentials.
Daniil Medvedev preview
Daniil has been a dominant force on hard courts throughout the season, accumulating an impressive 39 victories, including a commanding performance against Tommy Paul in the first round of ATP Beijing. Despite an early setback, Medvedev’s unwavering resolve has been a hallmark of his recent form.
The Russian #1 has mirrored the world #1, Novak Djokovic, in terms of hardcourt titles, securing four in total. His resurgence in 2023, driven by his hard court success, has propelled him back into the top 5 of the ATP rankings, marking a significant comeback from the disappointments of the previous year.
Alex de Minaur vs Daniil Medvedev head to head
Medvedev holds a 5-2 advantage over De Minaur, as they prepare to meet each other for the third time in two months. Medvedev managed to bounce back from a loss to De Minaur at the Toronto Masters by defeating him at the US Open, showcasing his ability to adapt and respond to challenges
Key match details
- When will this match start? This match starts at 07:00 GMT on 30th.
- Who is the top seed of the China Open? Carlos Alcaraz is the top seed at the China Open 2023.
- Who is the reigning China Open champion? Dominic Thiem is the reigning China Open champion.
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