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French Open predictions: Men's semi-finals selections

French Open predictions: Men’s semi-finals selections

We’re continuing our French Open predictions with selections for the men’s semi-finals at Roland Garros that could land us a 13/1 double. The tension is rising at the business end of the tournament as we wait to find out who will be this year’s king and queen of clay.

Brady vs Osaka: More joy for Japanese star

Brady vs Osaka: More joy for Japanese star

Naomi Osaka and Jennifer Brady produced a thrilling semi-final at the US Open last year and neutrals will hope for more of the same when they meet in the Australian Open women’s singles final. Osaka triumphed 7-6 3-6 6-3 in New York so Brady may feel she has more of a chance than odds of 18/5 suggest.

Medvedev vs Tsitsipas: Russian to conquer comeback kid

Medvedev vs Tsitsipas: Russian to conquer comeback kid

Stefanos Tsitsipas looked to be on his way out of the Australian Open after losing the first two sets against Rafael Nadal but is now one win away from a maiden grand slam final. While Tsitsipas produced a stunning comeback to beat the Spaniard, Daniil Medvedev had no such drama as he cruised to a straight-sets victory over Andrey Rublev.

Australian Open predictions: Semi-finals treble from Melbourne

Australian Open predictions: Semi-finals treble from Melbourne

We’re continuing our Australian Open predictions with a near-9/2 treble from three of the semi-finals in Melbourne. Unique conditions are sure to play a part in how the year’s first grand slam tournament pans out, but we’re hoping these selections cope with the unusual circumstances.

ATP Finals predictions: Friday selections from O2 Arena

ATP Finals predictions: Friday selections from O2 Arena

We’re continuing our ATP Finals predictions with Friday’s final group-stage matches at the O2 Arena in London and are looking to follow yesterday’s winning 17/2 double with an 8/1 shot today. This is the final year the event will be staged here and eight of the world’s top nine players are present, with Roger Federer ruled out by injury.

Djokovic vs Nadal: King of clay to extend Roland Garros reign

Djokovic vs Nadal: King of clay to extend Roland Garros reign

After a fortnight dogged by dodgy weather and tough conditions, the French Open has thrown up the men’s singles final everyone was hoping for. King of clay Rafael Nadal will bid to reign supreme at Roland Garros for the 13th time, while world No 1 Novak Djokovic is unbeaten in 2020.

Swiatek vs Kenin: Pole can power to French Open title

Swiatek vs Kenin: Pole can power to French Open title

Iga Swiatek has simply been on a different level to any other female player at this year’s French Open and is taken to brush aside Sofia Kenin in the women’s singles final. Australian Open champion Kenin will try to turn this contest into a battle of wills, but we fear she will be totally outgunned.

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