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Australian Open Final Predictions and Racquets

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The time has arrived. Here are our Australian Open Final Predictions and Racquets of the finalists. Who do you think will take the title? You can watch our Australian Open Final Predictions and Racquets video on YouTube.

Australian Open Final Predictions Medvedev vs Sinner

This is an interesting final. Sinner is coming into his first Grand Slam final having beaten Djokovic in four sets. He did not face a single break point and has only lost one set in the entire tournament. His form and confidence must be sky-high.

Medvedev, on the other hand, has been played several five-set matches and had to come back from two sets down against both Ruusuuvuori and Zverev. He is fighting hard in every match and has said in interviews that he is mentally at a 100%.

This is Medvedev’s sixth Grand Slam final. He has the experience and the resilience. But how tired are his legs after all this tennis? And can he really do anything against Sinner’s pace and form?

The odds are in Sinner’s favor. You get 1.4 times your money on Sinner taking the title and 3.5 on Medvedev. I think this is a fair reflection on what has transpired before this round. The head-to-head is 6-3 to Medvedev, but they have never played in a Grand Slam and Sinner has won their last three encounters.

Prediction: Sinner to win in 4. You can check our selected best tennis betting sites or our Australian Open betting page.

Sinner’s racquet

Sinner endorses a HEAD Speed MP but plays with an older model, the HEAD Graphene Touch Speed MP called TGT 301.4 in pro stock lingo. He plays it at 325g, 33.3 cm balance and 340 SW strung with HEAD Hawk Touch 1.30 at 28 kg or 62 lbs.

Medvedev’s racquet

Medvedev endorses a Tecnifibre Tfight ISO 305 but plays with an older Dynacore model where the head size is 95 sq inches instead of 98, but otherwise, there are many similarities. He plays with a head-light balance and a heavy static weight (estimated to 355-360 grams strung). He strings it with natural gut mains mains (23 kg) and Tecnifibre Razor Code Soft crosses at 24 kg.

Australian Open Final Predictions Zheng vs Sabalenka

Another fascinating encounter. Sabalenka won here last year and has gone through this draw like a hot knife through butter. Zheng is arguably in the form of her life and has played inspired tennis throughout.

You can look at our odds page for the Zheng vs Sabalenka Australian Open Final for more betting options and odds.

Despite Zheng playing so well, it’s almost impossible to predict anything but a Sabalenka win. She leads the head-to-head (won in straights at the 2023 US Open) and has not lost a set yet.

You can argue that Zheng will win a set, but I believe Sabalenka is hitting the ball too well at the moment.

Prediction: Sabalenka in 2.

Aryna Sabalenka’s racquet

Aryna Sabalenka is using a rare racquet on the WTA Tour. The Wilson Blade 98 18/20. We don’t know which generation of Blade 98 she uses and how she has customized the racquet. She string it with what looks like Luxilon Alu Power in a full bed.

Qinwen Zheng’s racquet

Qinwen Zheng is endorsing the Wilson Pro Staff 97 V14 but is playing what looks like the Wilson Tour 95 pro stock. A 16/20, 27.25, and 22 mm beamed racquet also used by Ajla Tomjlanovic. She uses a full bed of Luxilon 4G strings.

Summary

Who do you think will win the Australian Open final in 2024? Do you agree with Sabalenka and Sinner or do you have something else in mind? Let us know in the comments!

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