The 2021 Miami Open wraps up the men’s singles draw on Sunday with the championship matchup. No. 21 seed Jannik Sinner takes on No. 26 Hubert Hurkacz in an unforeseen men’s last matchup, with both players performing mannered in Miami. Sinner produced a comeback victory over No. 7 seed Roberto Bautista Agut in the semifinals to advance. Hurkacz has defeated four of the top 12 seeds in the tournament to succeed in the last.
The match is set for Sunday, with the time to be decided, at Tough Rock Stadium. William Hill Sportsbook lists Sinner as a -162 favorite (risk $162 to win $100), while Hurkacz is going off at +140 in the most recent Sinner vs. Hurkacz odds. William Hill offers quite a lot of other wagers such as complete games, with the over-under set at 23.5 in the most recent 2021 Miami Open odds. Before finalizing any Hurkacz vs. Sinner picks, you’ll want to see the 2021 Miami Open predictions from elite tennis handicapper Sean Calvert.
Calvert is the famous handicapper who called John Isner winning the 2018 Miami Open at 100-1. In 2019, Calvert took down a enormous score on Dominic Thiem winning Indian Wells at 80-1, among many stunning calls. Anybody who followed his advice cashed a enormous winner.
Now, Calvert has broken down the most recent 2021 Miami Open men’s last odds and released his coveted best bets for Sinner vs. Hurkacz. He is sharing his picks and analysis at SportsLine.
Jannik Sinner vs. Hubert Hurkacz preview
Hurkacz is playing extremely mannered in Miami. He has won four straight matches against top-12 seeds, putting together a historic run. That features a dominant effort in a straight-set win over Andrey Rublev in the semifinals, winning 6-3, 6-4. At 6-foot-5, Hurkacz possesses high-end range, and he has been highly-effective in his own service games throughout the tournament.
Sinner is a rising star at the age of 19. He’s the youngest player to succeed in a Masters 1000 last since Rafael Nadal in 2005. From there, he has risen out of doors the top 500 on this planet to the top 35 in just two years.
He’s famous for his mental toughness, while also possessing top-end physical talent. He has won 57 percent of second serve points, while breaking serve 30 percent of the time in Miami. In contrast, Hurkacz has only broken serve 16 percent of the time, which could supply an edge.
How to make Hurkacz vs. Sinner picks
Calvert has studied the matchup and revealed two best bets, including one that pays out over 3-1. Make sure you see Calvert’s picks and analysis before making your Miami Open 2021 picks.
Who wins Hurkacz vs. Sinner? And which prop returns more than 3-1? Visit SportsLine now to see Calvert’s best bets for Hurkacz vs. Sinner, all from the acclaimed expert who called John Isner winning the 2018 Miami Open at 100-1