Carlos Alcaraz vs Sebastian Korda live stream cinch Championships preview

livetennisstaff in ATP Tour 24 Jun 2023

Watch the head-to-head matchup between Carlos Alcaraz and Sebastian Korda when they meet in the semifinals of the 2023 cinch Championships at The Queen’s Club.

The match gets under way from 1:20 PM on Saturday, June 24 and will be available to live stream online.

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Carlos Alcaraz vs Sebastian Korda odds and prediction

Prediction: Carlos Alcaraz has a 73.3% chance to win this match

Carlos Alcaraz Sebastian Korda
73.3% Chance to Win Match 32.3%
50.0% Chance to Win Tournament 22.2%

Carlos Alcaraz vs Sebastian Korda betting tips

Alcaraz enters the semifinals after winning in two sets, 6-4, 6-4, over Grigor Dimitrov on Friday in the quarterfinals.

Korda is coming off a two-set victory in his most recent match on Friday in the quarterfinals over Cameron Norrie (6-4, 7-6).

On grass courts, Korda has played three matches (averaging 22.3 games per match (22.3 in best-of-three matches) and 11.2 games per set).

On grass, Korda has a 93.9% winning percentage in service games and a 23.5% winning percentage in return games (31 service games won out of 33, and eight return games won out of 34 on grass).

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