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Tennis Tips and Predictions: Rome Masters

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Summary

The direct tournament after, the Rome Masters 1000 is one of the finest tennis tournaments of the calendar year.

A clay court tournament that fits right into the pinnacle of the European swing, Rome provides players with an ability to go out and compete for a huge trophy, while also using matches as preparation for the French Open.

Following another beautiful tournament, the Madrid Masters, Rome will be a great place for fans to show their love for the game and see their favorite players play!

We at Stake.com have you covered with all the outright and match lines you will ever need!

Come through now at stake.com/sports to take your shot at the Roma Internazionale Open, this May 8th through the 15th!

Players To Watch Out For

Carlos Alcaraz ATP World #9 - Eighteen Years Old

Once Deemed as Nadal’s protege, Carlos Alcaraz has made his arrival on the tour, and in the top ten players of the world.

With his current form, points and ranking aside, we can clearly see that he is a top five player at worst, and top two if not the best at the moment.

With the clay swing in full effect players like Daniil Medvedev will be less able, and all-court gamers such as Alcaraz will be in the prime position to take the points that come with it.

Look for Carlos to have another solid run in Rome, and possibly hoist another one of his many titles already, in 2022.

Frances Tiafoe ATP World #29 - Twenty-Four Years Old

Although it seems like Frances Tiafoe has been a veteran of the sport for years, the young man is only a mere 24 years of age.

The American talent possesses all the tools to be successful but has lacked consistency in many parts of his career.

This year he sits at a good position with 29th in the world and looking to climb more will rely on his mental game and ability to produce his best tennis.

If Tiafoe can take what he did in Estoril and make improvements, this tournament in Rome should reap some nice results for him.

Jannik Sinner ATP World #12 - Twenty Years Old

The Home-crowd favorite this upcoming year, Jannik Sinner will be looking to put on an amazing performance in front of his home fans.

Sinner has had a relatively lackluster 2022, although posting decent results across the board. A huge breakthrough has not come in this year for him, although there would not be a better place to do it than in Rome.

One of the ATP’s youngest and best players, Sinner has so much power on both wings and can dominate his opponent from the baseline.

As he continues to develop his arsenal of shots, Sinner will only be further dangerous on surfaces like clay, and it will come with time and experience.

Conclusion

The ATP Rome Masters 1000 has a stacked field this year. Look for these showmen to put on a barnburner and track their advancement throughout their matches on stake.com!