Gasquet – Sinner tip French Open 29.05.2024

French Open, 2nd round, Wednesday, 29.05.2024

The European Football Championship 2024 is just around the corner. The first Euro tips can already be placed. But the tennis elite are currently meeting in Paris.

A smooth victory at the start and the certainty: the hip seems to be holding! Jannik Sinner is one of the absolute top favorites at the French Open and will play his second match here in Paris on Wednesday.

22 years old on one side, 37 on the other, the duel will also be a meeting of the generations. Of course, the South Tyrolean is the heavy favorite. In my Gasquet Sinner tip, I’ll tell you why I’m also keeping an eye on the self-explanatory bet of 3:0

Who can be dangerous for him this time, is there a particularly tough opponent or is his biggest opponent his own body? Jannik Sinner has traveled to Paris to win nothing less than his second major title of the year.

After his triumph at the Australian Open, the South Tyrolean was unbeatable for weeks, wherever he appeared, the winner almost always bore his name. At the age of 22, one might think, there is little risk of injury.

Unfortunately, this is not quite the case with Sinner. At the beginning of May, he withdrew from the Masters in Madrid due to hip problems. The world number 2 has only been back in training for just under two weeks

Before his first match at Roland Garros, he was relatively downbeat and said he couldn’t expect any miracles from his body. However, in his opening match against Christopher Eubanks, it was hardly noticeable that Sinner was a little damaged.

The favorite secured a 6-3, 6-3, 6-4 win, conceding very little. He gave his opponent plenty of room, but fended off nine out of ten break chances. At the same time, he produced four double faults and was successful on 61% of his first serves – that can definitely be improved.

Sinner will play Richard Gasquet in the second round. The two duelled twice last year, with the victories going, it almost goes without saying, to the favorite

The Italian is the favorite on Wednesday anyway. If you want to place a win bet with our bookmakers with a German license, you’ll have to be satisfied with odds of a vanishingly low 1.02.

Richard Gasquet has a completely different set of odds, with 15.0. The Frenchman is now 37 years old, so we certainly won’t be seeing him too often at a Grand Slam.

When he first appeared at Roland Garros in 2002, Jannik Sinner was not even a year old! 15 years separate the two, so Gasquet is certainly not lacking in experience.

In 2016, the veteran celebrated his greatest success at his home major, reaching the quarter-finals. Of course, he himself knows that he can no longer expect such a result

Gasquet started the tournament well a few days ago with a 7-6, 7-6, 6-4 win over Borna Coric. He won easily, but at the same time had to expend a lot of energy to prevail in this duel.

His opponent only got the chance to break three times, so he was relatively consistent in the service game. However, I can’t say that Gasquet made a very positive impression in the run-up to the French Open.

At two smaller tournaments at the beginning of April, he reached the quarter-finals, and at a Challenger not so long ago he won against Adrian Mannarino. But the bottom line is that the 37-year-old no longer has what it takes to keep up with the world class

My Gasquet Sinner tip

Richard Gasquet may have already experienced a lot on the tennis circuit. The experienced Frenchman is ranked 124th in the world, while Jannik Sinner could theoretically take over the top spot at the French Open.

The South Tyrolean made a confident impression in the first round, not yet having to push himself to the limit. As Gasquet is clearly inferior to Sinner in terms of class, I don’t think it will be a close match and my bet is on:

Sinner wins easily against Gasquet:

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