Carlos Alcaraz vs Alex de Minaur live stream cinch Championships preview

livetennisstaff in ATP Tour 25 Jun 2023

Alex de Minaur and Carlos Alcaraz come together for a head-to-head matchup in the finals at the 2023 cinch Championships.

The match on Sunday, June 25 gets under way from 12:30 PM and will be available to watch live online.

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Carlos Alcaraz vs Alex de Minaur odds and prediction

Prediction: Carlos Alcaraz has a 77.8% chance to win this match

Carlos Alcaraz Alex de Minaur
77.8% Chance to Win Match 27.0%

Carlos Alcaraz vs Alex de Minaur betting tips

Alcaraz heads into the finals after his two-set victory on Saturday over Sebastian Korda (6-3, 6-4) in the semifinals.

de Minaur won his last match on Saturday in the semifinals over Holger Vitus Nodskov Rune 6-3, 7-6.

de Minaur averages 29.0 games per match (29.0 in best-of-three matches) and 9.7 games per set through two matches on grass courts this year.

de Minaur has a 90.0% winning percentage in service games when playing on grass courts and a 14.3% winning percentage in return games (27 of 30 in service games, and four of 28 in return games).

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