Carlos Alcaraz vs Jannik Sinner: Time, How to Watch, Odds, Prediction

Carlos Alcaraz will face Jannik Sinner in the quarter-finals of the US Open 2022 on September 7. Here, you will learn about the Carlos Alcaraz vs Jannik Sinner game.


After victories against Sebastian Baez, Federico Coria, and Jenson Brooksby, Alcaraz has advanced to the fourth round of the competition. After that, he competed against Marin Cilic, who had won the US Open in 2014.

Cilic took an early 2-0 lead in the match, but Alcaraz responded by winning the next four games in a row to take a 4-2 advantage. The young man was able to keep his advantage and win the first game of the series. In the beginning of the second set, he was successful in breaking his opponent’s serve.

Ilya Ivashka will be Jannik Sinner’s opponent in the fourth round after Sinner won his previous three bouts against Daniel Altmaier, Christopher Eubanks, and Brandon Nakashima. The Italian was able to easily win the first set after completely dominating his opponent.

Both teams traded breaks at the beginning of the second set until Sinner emerged victorious and took a 4-2 lead. Ivashka quickly tied the score, and then went on to win the set by winning the last game of the set by breaking his opponent’s serve. The young player, who is just 21 years old, raised his level of play to win the third set by twice breaking the Belarusian’s serve.

When is Carlos Alcaraz vs Jannik Sinner?

Date: The game will be held on Thursday, September 7.

Time: The game will start at 8.15 am ET.

How to Watch Carlos Alcaraz vs Jannik Sinner?

ESPN and ESPN+ will show Carlos Alcaraz vs Jannik Sinner in the USA. The subscription fee of ESPN+ is $6.99 per month.

TSN will be showing the game in Canada. Get a Cable TV connection for the stream

In the UK, Amazon prime Video has the right to show the exciting match.


Player Spread Moneyline Total
[11] Jannik Sinner +2.5 (+100) +145 Ov 39.5 (-105)
[3] Carlos Alcaraz -2.5 (-125) -185 Un 39.5 (-120)

Carlos Alcaraz vs Jannik Sinner Prediction:

Due to the long duration of the previous match and the fact that this is the second week of a Grand Slam, fatigue is bound to set in for at least one of the competitors.

There are certain things to think about before the game. Just a few weeks ago, Alcaraz and Sinner played each other, and Alcaraz failed to break Sinner despite having 16 break-point opportunities. This year Sinner has swept their two meetings, both of which took place on hard courts.

Even though Alcaraz has a better chance of winning and advancing to the semifinals, this match seems like it will go the distance. This match is likely to go the full five sets.

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