Paris Masters 2021- Predictions, Schedule, And Other Details

Author: Yash


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The Paris Masters 2021 Championships will be held from November 1 to November 7 at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris, France. Find out the latest happenings of this tournament!

 

The 2021 Paris is a Grand Slam tennis tournament at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris, France. Tennis fans were eagerly waiting for this year's edition of the Paris Masters because of some of the top players of the game. Let us tell you everything about the Paris Masters tournament in this article.

 

The Top Predictions Regarding the Paris Masters

 

First Quarter: Cameron Norrie and Andrey Rublev will seek to stop Novak Djokovic

Expected quarterfinal: Novak Djokovic vs. Andrey Rublev

Darkhorse: Taylor Fritz

 

Novak Djokovic will be in action for the first time since the loss in the US Open. He was defeated by Daniil Medvedev when he was one step away from the trophy. Even though he has not played any tennis in the recent past, he remains one of the top players to win the trophy in the Paris Masters. Novak has got a bye in the first round and has been drawn to go against Fabio Fognini or Marton Fucsovics in the second round. Novak owns a combined head-to-head advantage of more than ten wins against the two players. This means that he will not be tested too much in this match. Meanwhile, Gael Monfils and Adrian Mannarino could meet in the second round. But Mannarino will first have to defeat Nikoloz Basilashvili, while Monfils will have to overcome a qualifier in his opener.

 

One of the players will meet Novak Djokovic in the following round. Once again, The latter should not be a great problem going forward. This is because he owns a huge head-to-head advantage against them of more than 20 wins. Indian Wells winner Cameron Norrie will open his campaign in the Paris Masters against Federico Delbonis. The British star could then go against Filip Krajinovic or Reilly Opelka in the following round. The match between Opelka and Krajinovic is a good one. This is because both the players have the skills to excel in indoor courts. But Opelka is presently on a losing streak and will be required to play his best tennis to defeat the runner-up of the Paris Masters a few years ago.

 

Taylor Fritz and Lorenzo Sonego are also in this draw section and will play against each other in the first round. Fritz has been in good touch recently and has a perfect win record against the Italian on indoor courts. The victor of this match will go against the fifth seed Andrey Rublev in the following round. The Russian has got a bye in the first round. Rublev is predicted to be the rival of Novak in the quarterfinals. But he is by no means a surety to get into the quarterfinals by looking at his current form.

 

Predicted quarterfinal: Novak Djokovic def. Cameron Norrie

 

Second Quarter: Stefanos Tsitsipas' seeks first Paris Masters title but will face tests

Expected quarterfinal: Stefanos Tsitsipas vs. Hubert Hurkacz

Darkhorse: Andy Murray

 

Stefanos Tsitsipas will seek to put his disappointing runs at Vienna and Indian Wells behind him when he takes the court in the Paris Masters. The Greek has got a bye in the first round and will go against either Alex de Minaur or Lloyd Harris in the following round.

 

Predicted quarterfinal: Hubert Hurkacz def. Stefanos Tsitsipas

 

Paris Masters Schedule 

 

 

 

R64

 

Marton Fucsovics

Defeats

 

Fabio Fognini

61 676 765

R64

 

Cameron Norrie

Defeats

 

Federico Delbonis

62 61

R32

 

Alex de Minaur

Luke Saville

(WC)

 

Novak Djokovic

Filip Krajinovic

 

R64

 

Adrian Mannarino

VS

 

Nikoloz Basilashvili

 

R64

WC

Andy Murray

VS

(Q)

Jenson Brooksby

 

R64

 

Benoit Paire

 

(12)

Pablo Carreno Busta

 

Court 1

11 AM

 

 

 

 

 

R64

 

Dusan Lajovic

Defeats

 

Mackenzie McDonald

63 64

R64

 

Sebastian Korda

Defeats

(13)

Aslan Karatsev

62 679 765

R64

 

Alexander Bublik

VS

 

Daniel Evans

 

R64

(Q)

Hugo Gaston

VS

(WC)

Arthur Rinderknecht

 

R64

 

Laslo Djere

VS

(LL)

Lorenzo Musetti

 

Court 2

11 AM

 

 

 

 

 

R64

 

Ilya Ivashka

Defeats

 

Albert Ramos-Vinolas

63 762

R32

(PR)

Fabrice Martin

Andreas Mies

Defeats

 

Wesley Koolhof

Jean-Julien Rojer

63 75

R32

 

Raven Klaasen

Ben McLachlan

VS

 

Ariel Behar

Gonzalo Escobar

 

 

Nov 2

Court 2

 

11 AM

 

 

 

 

 

R64

(9)

Felix Auger-Aliassime

VS

(Q)

Gianluca Mager

 

R64

(WC)

Pierre-Hugues Herbert

VS

 

Carlos Alcaraz

 

R64

(16)

Grigor Dimitrov

VS

(WC)

Richard Gasquet

 

R64

(Q)

Miomir Kecmanovic

VS

(15)

Gael Monfils

 

R32

(1)

Novak Djokovic

VS

 

Marton Fucsovics

 

R32

(6)

Casper Ruud

VS

 

Alexander Bublik

Or

Daniel Evans

 

R64

 

James Duckworth

VS

(14)

Roberto Bautista Agut

 

R64

 

Karen Khachanov

VS

(Q)

Mikael Ymer

 

R64

 

John Millman

VS

(11)

Diego Schwartzman

 

R64

 

Marin Cilic

VS

 

Alejandro Davidovich Fokina

 

R64

 

Frances Tiafoe

VS

(Q)

Marcos Giron

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R64

(Q)

Tommy Paul

VS

 

Jan-Lennard Struff

 

R64

 

Filip Krajinovic

VS

 

Reilly Opelka

 

R64

2 PM

Lorenzo Sonego

VS

 

Taylor Fritz

 

R64

 

Lloyd Harris

VS

 

Alex de Minaur

 

R32

(WC)

Benjamin Bonzi

Arthur Rinderknech

VS

 

Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi

Stefanos Tsitsipas

 

R32

 

Sander Gille

Joran Vliegen

VS

 

Simone Bolelli

Maximo Gonzalez

 

 

Paris Masters Field

 

1 Novak Djokovic 1 1

2 Daniil Medvedev 2 2

3 Stefanos Tsitsipas 3 3

4 Alexander Zverev 4 4

5 Andrey Rublev 6 5

6 Matteo Berrettini 7 7

7 Casper Ruud 8 10

8 Hubert Hurkacz 10 12

9 Jannik Sinner 11 14

10 Felix Auger-Aliassime 12 11

11 Cameron Norrie 14 26

12 Diego Schwartzman 16 15

13 Pablo Carreno Busta 18 16

14 Aslan Karatsev 19 23

15 Roberto Bautista Agut 20 19

16 Gael Monfils 21 18

Grigor Dimitrov 22 28

Lorenzo Sonego 23 21

Daniel Evans 24 22

Nikoloz Basilashvili 25 36

Reilly Opelka 27 20

Taylor Fritz 28 39

Ugo Humbert 29 25

Karen Khachanov 30 29

Lloyd Harris 31 31

Alex de Minaur 32 27

Dusan Lajovic 33 35

Alexander Bublik 34 37

Marin Cilic 35 41

Fabio Fognini 36 30

Sebastian Korda 38 40

Marton Fucsovics 39 42

Filip Krajinovic 40 34

Federico Delbonis 41 44

Carlos Alcaraz 42 38

Albert Ramos-Vinolas 43 48

Benoit Paire 44 50

Alejandro Davidovich Fokina 45 43

Ilya Ivashka 46 45

Frances Tiafoe 49 49

Adrian Mannarino 50 51

James Duckworth 51 55

Laslo Djere 52 47

Jan-Lennard Struff 53 54

Mackenzie McDonald 56 57

(WC) Arthur Rinderknech 65

(WC) Richard Gasquet 76

(WC) Pierre-Hugues Herbert 104

(WC) Andy Murray 156

(Q) Tommy Paul

(Q) Mikael Ymer

(Q) Jenson Brooksby

(Q) Marcos Giron

(Q) Milomir Kecmanovic

(Q) Gianluca Mager

 

Conclusion:

This year's edition of the Paris Masters looks set to be a cracker of a tournament with some of the top stars of the game playing this time. We are sure that the matches are going to be incredible.

 

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