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Jannik Sinner Grand Slam odds: Italian 9/2 to win French Open after Miami success

22-year-old Jannik Sinner has suffered just one defeat in 2024 and after he made his Grand Slam breakthrough at the Australian Open this winter, the big question is just how far can he go in what is turning into a year to remember.

Starting to reach his potential

There is little doubt that triumphing at the Australian Open in January has taken Sinner to another level and his confidence plainly went through the roof not only after coming from two sets down to beat Medvedev in the final, but also by the fact that he saw off Novak Djokovic in four sets on the way to that showdown.

He fell to a semi-final loss to Carlos Alcaraz in Indian Wells but that has been the only match he has lost having also won ATP Rotterdam.

But it was the manner in which he conceded just three games to beat Medvedev in the Miami semi-final and then four games in the final against Dimitrov that has left many wondering just what he could achieve during the rest of the year as he attempts to add to his 13 ATP titles.

Paris provides a tough test

The French Open starts on Monday 20th May, but what is noticeable is that 16 of Sinner’s 17 ATP finals have been played on hard courts.

The only exception was the 2022 Croatia Open which was played on clay when he came from a set down to beat Alcaraz.

Sinner came to prominence in the slams when he reached the quarter-finals in 2020 only to fall to a straight-sets defeat to 14-time champion Rafael Nadal.

That remains the Italian’s best performance in Paris and last year’s tournament brought one of his most disappointing performances as he fell in the second round to Germany’s Daniil Altmaier.

He will be keen to improve on that showing this year and is 9/2 to win the French with Alcaraz 7/5, Djokovic priced at 9/4 and Nadal available at 4/1.

High hopes for Wimbledon

There were signs that Sinner was perhaps a Grand Slam winner in waiting when he reached the semi-finals - only to be beaten 6-3 6-4 7-6 by Djokovic, who lost to Alcaraz in the final.

That was a case of so near but yet so far, and a similar story was played out 12 months earlier when Sinner had been two-sets up on the legendary Serb, only to fall to a quarter-final loss.

He is 10/3 third favourite to triumph at SW19 with the defending champion Alcaraz 13/8 and Djokovic available at 7/4.

Hard-court record points to strong US challenge

Sinner’s previous triumphs on hard courts may suggest that Flushing Meadows could be the most likely location for his next Grand Slam triumph at September’s US Open.

It will be a good indication of just how far he has improved, even though he is 7/2 to take the crown, behind Djokovic at 5/4 and Alcaraz at 13/8.

It has not been a particularly good hunting ground for the Italian even though he has reached at least the fourth round in his last three attempts to win in New York.

He reached the last eight in 2022 when he was beaten by Alcaraz, but he had never posted a semi-final appearance in Australia before he won there this year, so he could be encouraged by that statistic.

Can Sinner Take It All?

Specials are available on Sinner’s performances in the biggest tournaments for the rest of the year and he is 6/5 to add at least one more Grand Slam to his collection before the end of 2024.

He is 9/1 to celebrate triumphs in three of the biggest tournaments and 40/1 is available for a Grand Slam sweep.

Sinner has played in two slam semis in his career and 6/4 is available that he will reach the last four at the French, Wimbledon and the US Open and he is 10/1 to get to the final of each of those tournaments.

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