Alex de Minaur vs Jannik Sinner Betting Tips & Predictions, as top seed Alex de Minaur takes on home hero Jannik Sinner in the final of the Next Gen Finals.
Alex de Minaur continued his fantastic recent form in Milan this week, and the Australian ace has now won 15 of his last 19 matches. The top seed is also into the final here for the second successive year, having won all 4 of his matches this week. De Minaur began the tournament with successive four-set victories over Alejandro Davidovich Fokina and Miomir Kecmanovic. The Australian ace ended the group phase with a comfortable straight-sets victory over Casper Ruud. The top seed beat Frances Tiafoe in four-sets in the semi-finals, and by a 4-2 4-1 0-4 4-2 score line. It’s been another week to remember for de Minaur, and he’ll now be looking to go one step further than twelve months ago.
Meanwhile, Italian sensation Jannik Sinner is into his maiden Next Gen ATP Finals final. The teenager has been in fantastic form all week, and he’s coming into this final having won 3 of his 4 matches so far this week. Sinner began the week with a comeback victory to beat Frances Tiafoe in four-sets, before easing to a straight-sets victory against Mikael Ymer. While Sinner did lose his meaningless final group match to Ugo Humbert, the Italian ace had done enough in his opening couple of matches to top his group. The crowd favourite then produced another fantastic performance to come from a set down to beat Miomir Kecmanovic in the semi-finals, winning by a 2-4 4-1 4-2 4-2 score line. Sinner will have the support of the majority of the crowd on Saturday, but will he be able to get the better of a red-hot Alex de Minaur?
Who will come out on top in what promises to be an exciting final on Saturday night?
Alex de Minaur has been on another level to the rest of the field this week. The Australian ace has won all 4 of his matches so far, while he’s won 8 of his 9 matches at this tournament throughout his career. Last year’s beaten finalist also has the experience of having been in a final here before, and he should be the more prepared player coming into this final. De Minaur has also won 3 ATP titles so far this year, and that winning experience is also another advantage he has over Sinner. Of de Minaur’s 4 victories so far this week, 3 were won in four-sets.
Alex de Minaur is the superior player in this matchup, and his extra quality might start to show the longer this match goes on. The Australian ace is also the more experienced player in this final, and Sinner will have never experienced an occasion like this before. Alex de Minaur has been looking comfortable in his victories this week. All 4 of Alex de Minaur’s victories so far have featured fewer than 24 games, while Jannik Sinner’s semi-final match also featured under 23.5 games.