Novak Djokovic v Jannik Sinner live stream | Wimbledon 2022 preview

Top seed Novak Djokovic will take on 10th seed Jannik Sinner in the Quarter-Finals of Wimbledon 2022 on Tuesday.

Djokovic has had an indifferent season to say at least; he was unable to participate in the Australian Open for medical reasons, but he still managed to win 21 out of 27 matches since then. His stand-out performance during this run was a title-winning campaign at the Rome Masters.

The 35-year-old has dropped two sets in four matches at Wimbledon so far this fortnight, including one against Tim van Rijthoven in the previous round.

Djokovic is a six-time champion at Wimbledon and managed to defend his title on three occasions. In addition, the Serb is currently on a 25-match winning run in the tournament and he will be making his 13th appearance in the Quarter-Finals.

Sinner, meanwhile, has dropped a set in three of his four matches en route to this stage. He comes into this clash on the back of a solid victory over rising star Carlos Alcaraz, which was his first in three attempts.

The only negative thing for Sinner is that he has played five quarterfinal matches this year and has failed to win any of them.

However, anything is possible for Sinner, especially since he entered Wimbledon this year without a single win on grass.

In conclusion, our best bet for this match is Novak Djokovic to win 3-0 at odds of 1/1 with Bet365.

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Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz will square off in the Fourth Round of Wimbledon 2022 on Sunday.

Sinner has had a tough time this year as he has been struggling with knee issues, was infected with Coronavirus, and also had to change his coaching team. However, he managed to overcome all these and register 30 victories so far in 2022.

The young Italian did well to beat Stanislas Wawrinka and Mikael Ymer in four sets in the first two rounds at Wimbledon before winning in straight sets against John Isner in the previous round. He had not won a single match on Wimbledon grass before beating Wawrinka a couple of days ago.

Sinner’s record in the round of 16 in Grand Slams isn’t great as he has lost three of his five matches at this stage of the competition.

Alcaraz has been one of the best male players in the circuit this year. He has won four titles on different surfaces so far this year, including the Rio Open, Miami Masters, Barcelona Open, and Madrid Masters.

The Spaniard has survived a huge scare against Jan-Lennard Struff in the opening round before winning that clash in five sets. However, he got better in the previous two rounds as he beat Tallon Griekspoor and Oscar Otte without dropping a single set in the process.

Alcaraz has played only two matches on grass in his career before 2022, but he is now looking pretty dangerous on this surface after his recent two matches.

Our prediction for this clash is Over 36.5 Games with Bet365.

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Andy Murray will face 4th seed Jannik Sinner on Wednesday at 10.00am (UK Time) in the 2nd round of the 2022 Dubai Tennis Championships.

After 2 hours and 51 minutes, Andy Murray has finally managed to defeat Australian qualifier, Christopher O’Connell, in the opening round here in Dubai. Andy is yet to get back to his best level since returning from hip surgery, but he looked decent in this early part of the season.

The Brit has only lost five of his 13 matches on hard courts so far this season, with the best result being a runner-up finish in Sydney. Murray has reached at least the quarterfinal in five of his previous six Dubai Tennis Championships campaigns.

Jannik Sinner, on the flip side, has lost just one of nine matches on hard courts this year. He won all three matches at the ATP Cup, but unfortunately, Italy wasn’t able to qualify for the semifinals of the competition. He continued his impressive form with a quarter-final appearance at the Australian Open where he lost in straight sets against Tsitsipas.

Here in Dubai, Sinner faced Davidovich Fokina in the opening round and needed a bit of luck to book his place in the second round. Sinner has lost the first set and was just two return points away from losing the second set in a tiebreak.

Jannik Sinner is the better player here, but he is still recovering from the COVID and he has also made some changes to his coaching team. Therefore, our prediction for this match is Over 21.5 Games at odds of 4/5 with Bet365.

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Rising star Jannik Sinner will take on fourth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas in the Quarter-Finals of the 2022 Australian Open on Wednesday.

Sinner has extended his winning streak on hard courts to ten matches with a straight-set victory over Alex de Minaur on Monday. He has already won seven matches in 2022 and has only dropped one set in four matches here at the Australian Open.

Sinner, 20, is the youngest player to make two Quarter-Final appearances in Grand Slams since Nick Kyrgios (19) in 2015. The Italian is in great shape at the moment, but it has to be said that he has not played against a top-10 player since the start of the new year.

Meanwhile, Tsitsipas survived a scare in the previous round as he edged a five-set thriller against Taylor Fritz. The Greek star began his Australian Open campaign with a commanding straight-sets win over Mikael Ymer but has dropped a set in each of the previous three rounds.

Tsitsipas has won all his previous four Quarter-Final matches in Grand Slams, with two of those wins coming here at the Australian Open back in 2019 and 2021.

It’s a tough call, but we think that Sinner will win this one as Tsitsipas might be tired after playing some tough matches in the previous three rounds. Our prediction is Jannik Sinner to win at odds of 4/6 with Bet365.

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Alexander Zverev must beat talented Italian teenager Jannik Sinner if he is to reach a third straight French Open quarterfinal.

Zverev vs Sinner is live from Roland Garros on Sunday 4 October, 1pm local/12pm BST

US Open finalist Alexander Zverev survived a five-set battle in the second round and is now within touching distance of his third appearance in the French Open quarterfinals – and a possible clash with Rafael Nadal.

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But before he can start thinking about facing the 12-time champion, Zverev has to find a way past Jannik Sinner, the 19-year-old Italian looking for the third top-10 win of his career.

Read on for our preview, predictions and live streaming information.

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Zverev vs Sinner: Head-to-head

This will be the first meeting between Alexander Zverev and Jannik Sinner.

Zverev vs Sinner: Preview

Alexander Zverev’s second-round match at the French Open was reminiscent of many we’ve seen him play before: Puzzlingly passive, a bit error-strewn, seemingly reluctant to impose himself on the match and letting a lower-ranked opponent drag him the distance, in this case Pierre-Hugues Herbert, before outlasting them for the win.

Zverev redeemed himself, however, with a straight-sets victory in the third round over former semifinalist Marco Cecchinato – a potentially dangerous opponent – keeping focus throughout the match to record a 6-1, 7-5, 6-3 win. That’s more like the Zverev we saw at the Australian Open (where he also beat Cecchinato, incidentally) who record straight-sets wins over the likes of Andrey Rublev and Fernando Verdasco to make the semifinals.

This is already the best year Zverev has had at Grand Slam level, with his Australian Open semifinal run and his runner-up finish at the US Open, and the German hasn’t seemed to be too affected by the memory of having served for the title in New York before losing to Dominic Thiem in a fifth-set tie-break. Against Cecchinato, he served ten aces and only five double faults (good by his standards), lost just seven points on first serve and saved one of the two break points he faced; that’s a good serving performance which, if he repeats, will make life very difficult for Jannik Sinner.

Jannik Sinner (Credit Image: © Benoit Doppagne/Belga via ZUMA Press)

Sinner is looking for the third top-10 victory of his young career after beating David Goffin in Rotterdam in February and Stefanos Tsitsipas in Rome recently. The Next Gen ATP Finals champion repeated his Rotterdam victory over Goffin – now ranked world no. 13 – in the first round 7-5, 6-0, 6-3 and still hasn’t dropped a set in wins over Benjamin Bonzi and Federico Coria to make the fourth round of his very first French Open.

The young Italian is fearless, and his game is impressive: Plenty of power which could quite easily rock Zverev back on his heels, if he lets it. But he also struggled physically in his first-round match against Karen Khachanov at the US Open, which saw him lose in a fifth-set tie-break after leading by two sets to love. The temptation will be there for Zverev to try to outlast him, but that would just be asking for trouble: He needs to impose himself on Sinner. That starts with good serving, and it’s within Zverev’s capacities. The German should win in four at the most.

Zverev vs Sinner: Prediction