Carlos Alcaraz vs Jannik Sinner prediction and odds: French Open 2024

Carlos Alcaraz vs Jannik Sinner prediction and odds: French Open 2024
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The semi-finals are officially set for the men’s singles event in Paris. And to be honest, this is the one that has everyone talking. So naturally, I’ve had to provide my tennis predictions today for Alcaraz vs Sinner before they do battle! 

Our favourite Carlos Alcaraz vs Jannik Sinner predictions

Will it be Carlos Alcaraz who we see in the French Open final on Sunday, or will it be Jannik Sinner? That is the question that all tennis betting enthusiasts are asking right now, and I believe I’ve got the answers locked off right here. 

That being said, I’ve looked at the current betting markets to supply a couple of high-value options – as discussed below:

Alcaraz to win @ 3/5 (1.60)

I know that the head-to-head is balanced between these two, but I do think that Alcaraz has the slight edge over Sinner on the dirt. He’s just too solid and quick from the back of the court, and he has shown his clay-court skills many times in the past. So, for me, this is Alcaraz’s match to win.

Over 37.5 games @ 8/11 (1.73)

While I believe that Alcaraz has this one in the bag, I can’t see Sinner making it easier for the young Spaniard. In fact, I’d be amazed if Sinner didn’t win a set. So, this alone means that the match could go beyond 37.5 games.

Carlos Alcaraz vs Jannik Sinner odds

The latest betting markets show that Alcaraz has a 62.50% chance of winning here. As for Sinner, the probability of him taking down Alcaraz is 44.40%. 

Alcaraz or Sinner to make it 5 wins over the other?

Putting predictions aside now, let me give some extra insight into Alcaraz and Sinner:

Carlos Alcaraz preview

Carlos Alcaraz has replicated his achievement of the 2023 French Open by making the semi-finals. But I’m sure he is keen to do one better in 2024. Standing in his way, however, is the soon-to-be world number 1, Jannik Sinner. These are the kinds of matches that Alcaraz relishes it seems, as confirmed by his level of tennis against Tsitsipas in the quarters.

Jannik Sinner preview

When Roland Garros is over on Monday, Jannik Sinner will be the new world number one. That’s quite an incredible achievement at just 22 years of age, and he deserves it. That being said, I still doubt whether he has a better clay-court game than Alcaraz, even if he has made the semi-finals with the loss of just one set.

Alcaraz vs Sinner head to head

The head-to-head between these guys is perfectly poised at 4 wins each. In my opinion, this is developing into one of the most fascinating rivalries in the men’s game. Yet, it’s Alcaraz who won their most recent match in the 2024 Indian Wells semi-final, which could help give him the edge here.

Key match details

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  • Match Schedule – June 7th, 13:30 GMT
  • Venue – Paris, France
  • Viewing Options – Eurosport, Tennis TV

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