Albert Ramos-Vinolas vs Jannik Sinner
ATP Monte-Carlo 2021 - Apr, 13th 2021.
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Closing odds - money line

+311
-238

A. Vinolas vs J. Sinner - Point by Point

  • 1
    Set 1 - Game 1
    tennis icon J. Sinner
    15-0, 30-0, 30-15, 40-15.
    1-0
  • 2
    Set 1 - Game 2
    tennis icon A. Vinolas
    15-0, 30-0, 40-0, 40-15.
    2-0
  • 3
    Set 1 - Game 3
    tennis icon J. Sinner
    0-15, 0-30, 0-40.
    2-1
  • 4
    Set 1 - Game 4
    tennis icon A. Vinolas
    0-15, 0-30, 15-30, 15-40, 30-40.
    2-2
  • 5
    Set 1 - Game 5
    tennis icon J. Sinner
    15-0, 15-15, 15-30, 30-30, 30-40.
    2-3
  • 6
    Set 1 - Game 6
    tennis icon A. Vinolas
    0-15, 0-30, 0-40.
    2-4
  • 7
    Set 1 - Game 7
    tennis icon J. Sinner
    0-15, 0-30, 0-40, 15-40.
    2-5
  • 8
    Set 1 - Game 8
    tennis icon A. Vinolas
    15-0, 30-0, 40-0.
    3-5
  • 9
    Set 1 - Game 9
    tennis icon J. Sinner
    0-15, 0-30, 15-30, 15-40, 30-40.
    3-6
  • 10
    Set 2 - Game 1
    tennis icon A. Vinolas
    0-15, 15-15, 15-30, 30-30, 40-30, 40-40, 40-A, 40-40, 40-A.
    0-1
  • 11
    Set 2 - Game 2
    tennis icon J. Sinner
    0-15, 0-30, 0-40.
    0-2
  • 12
    Set 2 - Game 3
    tennis icon A. Vinolas
    15-0, 30-0, 30-15, 30-30, 40-30, 40-40, 40-A, 40-40, A-40.
    1-2
  • 13
    Set 2 - Game 4
    tennis icon J. Sinner
    0-15, 15-15, 30-15, 40-15, 40-30, 40-40, 40-A.
    1-3
  • 14
    Set 2 - Game 5
    tennis icon A. Vinolas
    0-15, 15-15, 30-15, 40-15, 40-30.
    2-3
  • 15
    Set 2 - Game 6
    tennis icon J. Sinner
    15-0, 15-15, 30-15, 30-30, 30-40.
    2-4
  • 16
    Set 2 - Game 7
    tennis icon A. Vinolas
    0-15, 15-15, 15-30, 30-30, 40-30.
    3-4
  • 17
    Set 2 - Game 8
    tennis icon J. Sinner
    0-15, 15-15, 15-30, 30-30, 30-40.
    3-5
  • 18
    Set 2 - Game 9
    tennis icon A. Vinolas
    0-15, 15-15, 15-30, 30-30, 40-30.
    4-5
  • 19
    Set 2 - Game 10
    tennis icon J. Sinner
    0-15, 0-30, 15-30, 15-40, 30-40.
    4-6
  • FT
    FINAL SCORE
    0 - 2
    36  46 

A. Vinolas vs J. Sinner Predictions (from BetzCenter's Experts)

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MATCH PREVIEW

Tough Draw for Sinner

We're looking for players who can be the next generation of champions. Jannik Sinner has to be on that list and at just 19 years of age, the Italian is ranked 23rd in the world. That's up from number 36 at the start of the year. He begins his Monte Carlo Masters campaign against Albert Ramos-Vinolas.

Sinner is fulfilling the potential shown when winning the 2019 NextGen tournament. Last year saw him win a tournament in Sofia, get to the last eight at the French Open and reach a semi-final in Cologne. All of which set him up nicely for 2021, when hopefully a full schedule will be played.

It's already been a good year for Sinner and it started with him winning an Australian Open warm-up event in Melbourne. He took Denis Shapovalov to five sets in the first Grand Slam of the year. Since then, Sinner has made it to the last eight in Marseille and Dubai, before making his way to the final of the Miami Open.

He's had two wins this year over both Roberto Bautista Agut and Karen Khachanov and now he heads to the clay courts of Europe. Over the past two years, Sinner has played 27 matches on clay and won 10 of them. 2019 saw him get to the final of a clay court tournament in Ostrava.

More potential on clay was shown last year with runs to the third round in Rome and the French Open quarter final. Those two tournaments included wins over Stefanos Tsitsipas, David Goffin and Alexander Zverev. That's promising clay court form, so how far can he reach this week?

The Italian hasn't had the easiest of draws for the Monte Carlo Masters. His first round opponent reached the last four of the Andelucia Open. If Sinner can get past Vinolas, then the number one seed Novak Djokovic awaits him in round two. 

Spaniard Looking to Return to Former Glories

Albert Ramos-Vinolas is ranked 47th at the time of writing this preview but will be higher when this tournament begins. That's because of his run to the last four in last week's Andelucia Open. He lost to Pablo Carreno Busta but took him to three sets. His clay court season began early as he headed to South America in February.

Vinolas reached the final of a tournament in Cordoba, beating Diego Schwartzmann on his way. He suffered a shock loss in that final though, being beaten by Juan Manuel Cerundolo, who was ranked 337th in the world at that time. That was followed up by making it to the last four in Buenos Aries, losing to Francisco Cerundolo, the older brother of Juan Manuel and ranked outside the top 100.

The Spaniard reached the final of this event four years ago, losing to Rafael Nadal. He beat number one seed Andy Murray on his way to that final. Since that win he's failed to get past the second round here and in 2019, lost in the second qualifying round. 

He has reached nine ATP Tour finals, all but one being on clay. Only two have been won and both in 250 series events. In Madrid and Rome, he has failed to get past the third round. It will be interesting to see how much his run to the Andelucia Open semi-final has taken out of him. This match doesn't take place until Tuesday, so he'll have had two days off. His opponent didn't play last week, so should be fresher. Go for a Sinner win but it may take him three sets to go through.

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