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Tennis acca tips for Sunday, April 28: Carlos Alcaraz to see off Brazilian threat

Some of the tour's biggest stars are in action on Sunday including Carlos Alcaraz and Aryna Sabalenka, Planet Sport have the tips you need for your Tennis acca.

Carlos Alcaraz cast doubts over his fitness when he turned up to play in a compression sleeve but he hasn't looked off his game yet.

Alcaraz will take on Brazil's Thiago Seyboth Wild on Sunday afternoon in Madrid.

Here we predict the result of that match and a few more from Sunday's order of play. 


ATP Madrid: Sebastian Baez vs Taylor Fritz | Pick: Baez

ATP Madrid: Thiago Seyboth Wild vs Carlos Alcaraz | Pick: Alcaraz

ATP Madrid: Tommy Paul vs Francisco Cerundolo | Pick: Paul

ATP Madrid: Denis Shapovalov vs Alexander Zverev | Pick: Zverev

WTA Madrid: Marketa Vondrousova vs Mirra Andreeva | Pick: Vondrousova

WTA Madrid: Caroline Garcia vs Jasmine Paolini | Pick: Garcia

WTA Madrid: Danielle Rose Collins vs Jaqueline Cristian | Pick: Collins

WTA Madrid: Robin Montgomery vs Aryna Sabalenka | Pick: Sabalenka


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ATP Madrid: Sebastian Baez vs Taylor Fritz

Taylor Fritz can extend his career head-to-head advantage over Sebastian Beaz to 5-0 with a win on Sunday.

Fritz and Baez have never met on clay though which may act as a leveller in this encounter.

Baez holds a far superior record on clay while Fritz has the edge in the rankings at the moment.

On balance, these players are having similar seasons but the altitude and clay probably tip things in favour of Baez.


ATP Madrid: Thiago Seyboth Wild vs Carlos Alcaraz

Brazilian Thiago Seyboth Wild takes on the force of nature that is Carlos Alcaraz.

Wild will naturally be out to test just how fit and healthy Alcaraz really is while the Spaniard should be trying to get this one over with as soon as possible.

Alcaraz breezed through his opener against Alexander Shevchenko with ease in the end.

Meanwhile, Wild has managed a pair of good wins in seeing off Roman Safiullin and Lorenze Musetti.


ATP Madrid: Tommy Paul vs Francisco Cerundolo

USA taking on Argentina could be a theme for Sunday as American No 3 Tommy Paul takes on Argentine No 2 Francisco Cerundolo.

Being from Argentina will help Francisco Cerundolo as he has plenty of experience of playing on clay and at a high altitude.

Paul and Cerundolo are familiar with each other having split four previous meetings.

Cerundolo's mixed form will make him vulnerable to Paul who will work hard if nothing else and that could be enough in Madrid.


ATP Madrid: Denis Shapovalov vs Alexander Zverev

Denis Shapovalov will test his return to form when he faces German star Alexander Zverev for the ninth time.

Zverev has won five of their eight previous singles meetings including a clash in Madrid in 2018.

Zverev was comfortable in putting away Borna Coric in the previous round and could make similarly short work of the Canadian.

Shapovalov won a hard-fought opening match in three sets before an opening set tie-break win helped him see off Tomas Martin Etcheverry in straight sets.


WTA Madrid: Marketa Vondrousova vs Mirra Andreeva

Mirra Andreeva is playing well in Madrid again just like last year but Marketa Vondrousova has the game to halt her run in the third round.

Vondrousova hasn't had a great season and doesn't start this one as a big favourite but her accomplishments make it hard not to back her for victory.

Andreeva has the x-factor that delights fans and pundits alike but she might not have the grit if this one doesn't start well for her.

Vondrousova got through her opening match with Shelby Rogers without trouble, while Andreeva has twice come back from losing the first set in Madrid.


WTA Madrid: Caroline Garcia vs Jasmine Paolini

Caroline Garcia holds a commanding 5-2 lead in her rivalry with Jasmine Paolini but should be wary of the Italian's recent purple patch.

Paolini won her first WTA 1000 title in Dubai earlier this season but Garcia has been in and around the elite group for longer.

Their last three meetings have all gone to three sets with Garcia beating Paolini in January in their most recent clash

Both players have good records on clay although Paolini has the edge in matches on the surface.


WTA Madrid: Danielle Rose Collins vs Jaqueline Cristian

Danielle Collins will try to continue her winning streak against Jaqueline Cristian.

Collins has won her last 13 matches after claiming the Miami Open and Charleston titles in her last two starts.

Collins will retire at the end of the season in a bid to manage a chronic inflammatory disease but is in stellar form.

Charleston's green clay is nothing like Madrid's but Collins has also started well even if she had to come from behind to get through the Round of 64.


WTA Madrid: Robin Montgomery vs Aryna Sabalenka

American Robin Montgomery could do compatriot Coco Gauff a favour if she knocks out Aryna Sabalenka at this stage.

Sabalenka looks like she might need to retain the Madrid title just to hold onto her world number two ranking.

Sabalenka has two rivals chasing her position in the world rankings in the form of Gauff and Elena Rybakina.

Montgomery is likely to struggle to cope with the all-around game and power of Sabalenka.

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