On Sunday, Carlos Alcaraz (No. 2 in the world) meets Daniil Medvedev (No. 6) in the final of the BNP Paribas Open.
Alcaraz is favored (-120) to win the final against Medvedev (+100).
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Carlos Alcaraz vs. Daniil Medvedev: Matchup Info
- Tournament: BNP Paribas Open
- Round: Final
- Date: Sunday, March 19
- Court Surface: Hard
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Alcaraz vs. Medvedev Matchup Performance & Stats
- Alcaraz is 20-6 on hard courts over the past year, with two tournament titles.
- In terms of serve/return winning percentages on hard courts over the past year, Alcaraz has won 81.7% of his games on serve and 30.4% on return.
- Including hard courts only, Alcaraz has converted 40.3% of his break-point opportunities (102 of 253) over the past year.
- Alcaraz was beaten in the final of his previous tournament (the Rio Open presented by Claro) 7-5, 4-6, 5-7 by No. 13-ranked Cameron Norrie on February 26.
- Medvedev has posted a 40-9 record on hard courts over the past 12 months, claiming five tournament wins.
- Medvedev has an 86.1% winning percentage in service games while playing on hard courts, and a 36.2% winning percentage in return games.
- Medvedev’s 186 break points won on 395 total break points on hard courts (47.1% win percentage) ranks 116th.
- Medvedev was the last one standing in his most recent tournament, the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships, as he made it to the title match and defeated No. 6-ranked Andrey Rublev 6-2, 6-2 on March 4.
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