Daniel Evans vs Jannik Sinner prediction and odds: China Open 2023

Daniel Evans
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The China Open kickstart as the first round brings together two contrasting talents in the form of Daniel Evans and Jannik Sinner. With their unique playing styles and recent performances, this match promises an intriguing battle on the courts of Beijing.

Our favourite Daniel Evans vs Jannik Sinner – match predictions

Evans impressed with silverware in the Citi Open but has since struggled to give a decent account of his abilities. He will be locking his horns with Sinner, who is the sixth-seed in Beijeing.

3 Total Sets @ 19/10 (2.90)

Neither Evans nor Sinner have a tendency to roller over irrespective of the rival. Sinner proved that against Zverev in an epic five-setter while Evans forced the issue against Carlos Alcaraz, needing a deciding set by the then world number 1 to exit the US Open. His two trailing matches in the Davis Cup were also three-setters. As the duo meet in this first-round extravaganza, we expect the match to go the distance and see three total sets.

Over 21.5 Games @ 19/20 (1.85)

Evans was defeated in straight sets by Roman Safiullin with 18 games being played. Sinner has been out of action for close to four weeks and will not be plying his trade at the highest level. Evans also ups the tempo and three of these last four matches have seen the ‘over’ coming to fruition. Based on this, we are anticipating Over 21.5 games in this China Open first round.

The odds in this article were correct at the time of writing, and the odds are subject to change. We recommend checking with your bookmaker before placing a bet.

Evans vs Sinner: Clash of styles in China Open first round

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.

Daniel Evans preview

The second-ranked British ace impressed at the US Open despite only reaching the third round. Until the semi-finals, Evans was the only professional to take a set of Carlos Alcaraz. He followed it up with impressive victories over Alex de Minaur and Arthur Fils in the Davis Cup, grinding to results. His return to competition in Chengdu did not go according to plan and he was given a tough draw against Jannik.

Jannik Sinner preview

The Italian youngster proved his pedigree in Canada as he laid claim to the Toronto Open. He struggled to live up to expectations in Cincinnati and a similar fate followed him in Flushing Meadows. Sinner reached the fourth round and was involved in a five-set marathon against the resurgent Alexander Zverev. He returns to action in Beijing with his eyes on the Shanghai Masters that follows.

Daniel Evans vs Jannik Sinner head to head

This is the first meeting between Daniel and Jannik on the ATP tour.

Key match details

Jannik Sinner
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  • When will this match start? This match starts at 03:00 GMT on 29 September.
  • What is the prize money for China Open 2023? The total prize money for China Open 2023 is $3,798,915.
  • How much will the China Open 2023 winner get? The ATP WTA China Open winner will get $679,550.

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