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Strap on your seatbelts – it’s about to get seriously bumpy in the quarter-finals of the men’s singles in Melbourne. This match should be one of the best quarter-finals from the bunch. So of course, we have a selection of tennis predictions today for you to consider – as presented within.
Our favourite Jannik Sinner vs Andrey Rublev predictions
- 1 Our favourite Jannik Sinner vs Andrey Rublev predictions
- 2 Sinner vs Rublev – the most entertaining quarter-final about to unfold
- 3 Key match details
Jannik Sinner is the only man left in the Australian Open draw who has yet to lose a set. So naturally, he is considered one of the main men to beat. He is also the number 4 seed, while Rublev is the number 5 seed, so this should be a tough match. As for whether Rublev can finally reach the semi-finals of a slam, this remains to be seen.
Yet when it comes to Sinner vs Rublev predictions, I believe the following are great wagers to make:
Over 37.5 games @ 17/20 (1.85)
Having watched Rublev throughout the tournament, I feel he is playing great tennis. And most impressively, he fought from 2-1 down against de Minaur to bagel the Aussie in the fifth set. This will give him huge confidence, and I feel he could push Sinner close, meaning the match could easily have over 37.5 games.
Sinner to win 3-1 @ 11/4 (3.75)
To be absolutely clear, while I believe Rublev can give Sinner a good run for his money, I can’t see him winning. Sinner has just been too efficient in the 2024 Australian Open, and he will be the fresher of the two. Yet I do think that Rublev will come out all guns blazing before Sinner finds his range and takes victory, hence the 3-1 prediction for the Italian.
Jannik Sinner vs Andrey Rublev odds
The chance for Rublev to win this match isn’t great at 25.60%. As for Sinner’s probability, this looks more promising at 80.00%.
Sinner vs Rublev – the most entertaining quarter-final about to unfold
These two both play attacking tennis, and this is the 6th time they will play on the ATP Tour. As for some finer details, I’ve covered these in the previews below:
Jannik Sinner preview
Sinner has become an almost unstoppable force in recent months. And he is definitely a player who has a chance of winning the tournament. Furthermore, he hasn’t lost a set yet, and he has beaten Rublev in their last two meetings.
Andrey Rublev preview
Rublev is playing high-level tennis this tournament, but he still has that monkey on his back concerning the quarter-final stages of a slam. He has never gone beyond this stage, despite reaching the quarters in the various slams on numerous occasions. Additionally, he has endured two five-setters to get to this point, so he could be fatigued.
Sinner vs Rublev head to head
Sinner will be the happier of the two coming into this match, as he has a 4-2 lead over Rublev in the head-to-head department. He also beat Rublev in their last two meetings, both of which took place in 2023. As for the craziest part of this head-to-head record, Rublev’s two recorded wins were both withdrawals from Sinner mid-match!
Key match details
- Match Schedule – January 23rd, 09:30 GMT
- Venue – Melbourne, Australia
- Viewing Options – Eurosport, Discovery+
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