Mackenzie Mcdonald ( 60 ) vs Jannik Sinner ( 12 ): Prediction Odds & Betting Tips, 28/05/22

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Mackenzie Mcdonals vs Jannik Sinner prediction for the French Open third-round showdown at Roland Garros in Paris. Read on for our free prediction betting tips and preview.

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Top Two Free Predictions and Betting Tips for Mackenzie Mcdonals vs Jannik Sinner

Bookmaker Ratings prediction one: Over 30.5 games – 1.79

Bookmaker Ratings prediction two: Mcdonald to win a set – 2.18

Over 30.5 Games

The average number of total games in Mackenzie Mcdonald’s matches at the French Open is 40. Jannik Sinner’s matches meanwhile at the French Open usually produce 33 games. At the current French Open, both players have almost the same number of games played of 63 and 64 in two matches. 

Mcdonald to Win a Set

In the only meeting between Mcdonald and Sinner, Mcdonald won a set despite losing the match. Moreover, the American won at least a set in four of his last six matches and four of his five career matches at Roland Garros. 

Preliminary Review and Match Prediction for Mackenzie Mcdonald vs Jannik Sinner 

After a very slow start to his first-round match when he lost the first set 6-1 to Franco Agamenone, Mackenzie Mcdonald won the next six sets he played at Roland Garros this week. Moreover, the American dropped his serve just twice in his second match against Nikoloz Basilashvili. 

Nonetheless, the 27-year-old does not have a rich record neither on clay nor at Roland Garros. To point out, Mcdonald played just 18 matches on the red dirt in his career winning six of them. While at the French Open his win/loss record stands at 4-3 including this week’s wins. Still, the Californian showed some great progress and will not be easy bait. 

Jannik Sinner

Jannik sinner is having a great season on clay with a 10-3 win/loss record. The Italian reached the quarter-final in Rome and lost to Tsitsipas in straight sets. Notably, the 20-years-old’s best result at Roland Garros was reaching the quarter-finals in 2020 when he lost to Rafael Nadal, to whom Sinner lost again last year in the third round. In fact, Sinner’s only two losses in Paris were against the Spaniard.

In his second-round match, Sinner beat Roberto Carballes Baena in four sets. It was a tough match for the world number 12 as clay court specialist took control of the first set and won it 6-3. However, Sinner stepped up his game by improving his serve from 45% to 71% in the second set and taking risks which paid off with him hitting a whopping 59 winners of which only nine were in the first set.

Mackenzie Mcdonald vs Jannik Sinner Prediction

Looking at both players’ performances and form in this tournament, we think we might see over 30.5 games in this match. Mcdonals grew in confidence in his second match while Sinner is the clear favorite to win in the end.

Get Rich Quick 

As we covered in our second prediction review, we expect Mackenzie Mcdonald tp win a set in this match. However, Sinner is the better player on clay and with odds of 3.15 at Sportsbet.io, we predict the correct score of 3-1 in favor of Sinner. 

Match Details and Statistics

Court Type: Clay

Court Speed: 4/10

Mackenzie Ranking: 60

Mackenzie 2022 Win/ Loss: 13-14 

Sinner Ranking: 12

Sinner 2022 Win/Loss: 24-6

Most Popular FAQ for Mackenzie Mcdonald vs Jannik Sinner 

Who won the last meeting between these players? 

Sinner beat Mcdonald 7-5, 4-6, 7-5 on 08/08/2021 in Washington. 

Where will this match be played? 

Saturday’s game will be played at Roland Garros in Paris. 

Which bookmaker has the best odds for this fixture? 

We recommend checking out the odds at Sportsbet.io for Mcdonald vs Sinner. 

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