Miomir Kecmanovic vs Jannik Sinner Betting Tips & Predictions, as local star Jannik Sinner looks to book his place in Saturday’s final.
Miomir Kecmanovic held his nerve to come through his group in 2nd place, after winning 2 of his 3 matches. The Serbian ace picked up a very good straight-sets victory over Casper Ruud in his opening group match, winning by a 4-3 4-3 4-2 score line. Kecmanovic was then beaten in four-sets by Alex de Minaur, and so he entered his final match knowing he needed another victory to reach the semi-finals. The twenty-year-old didn’t let the pressure get the better of him, as he picked up his second straight-sets victory of the week to beat Spaniard Alejandro Davidovich Fokina. It’s been an impressive week so far from the Serbian, but will he be able to battle both sinner and the crowd on Friday?
Jannik Sinner has made the most of his wild card this week, and he’s the first Italian semi-finalist in the history of this tournament. The teenage sensation has been playing fantastic tennis over the last month or so, and he’s continued that same level this week. Sinner topped his group after winning 2 of his 3 matches. The Italian ace produced a great performance to beat Frances Tiafoe in his opening match, winning in four-sets, before following that up with an even more impressive straight-sets victory over Mikael Ymer. Sinner did lose his final group match against Ugo Humbert, but his semi-final place has already been confirmed before the match. Despite that setback, Sinner is playing fantastic tennis right now, and he’s going to be confident of reaching the final.
Who will reach the final here in Milan?
These two both played good tennis throughout the group phase of the tournament, and this should be a fantastic semi-final. Jannik Sinner did look like the more impressive of the two, and he’ll be feeling confident after topping his group. The Italian ace has also been the player in the better form out of the two in recent weeks, and he’ coming into this having won 9 of his last 13 matches. Kecmanovic, on the other hand, has not won back-to-back matches in nearly three months. Sinner will also have the majority of the support in this match, and that could be the decisive factor in what should be a close, and tense, semi-final.
There’s very little between these two right now, and that should lend itself to a really close match. Jannik Sinner’s matches in particular have been closely fought this week, and the crowd has helped him pick up the victories this week. Of the Italian youngsters 3 matches so far this week, 2 of them featured 25 games or more. Neither of these two have played a five-set match as of yet this week, and so if this match was to go the distance, it would more than likely feature at least 24 games.