Tommy Paul vs Carlos Alcaraz – Second Round – Preview & Prediction | 2022 Canada Masters
When is Tommy Paul vs Carlos Alcaraz on and what time does it start? Tommy Paul vs Carlos Alcaraz will take place on Wednesday 10th August, 2022 – not before 16:00 (UK)
Where is Tommy Paul vs Carlos Alcaraz taking place? Tommy Paul vs Carlos Alcaraz will take place at IGA Stadium & Sobeys Stadium in Montreal, Canada
What surface is Tommy Paul vs Carlos Alcaraz being played on? Tommy Paul vs Carlos Alcaraz will take place on an outdoor hard court
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What channel is Tommy Paul vs Carlos Alcaraz on in the UK? Tommy Paul vs Carlos Alcaraz will be televised live on the Amazon Prime app on Smart TVs
Where can I stream Tommy Paul vs Carlos Alcaraz in the UK? Amazon Prime subscribers can stream Tommy Paul vs Carlos Alcaraz live on Prime Video, while Tennis TV subscribers can also stream the match live
19-year-old Carlos Alcaraz set a new career-high ATP world ranking of fourth this week after reaching back-to-back finals on tour at the Hamburg Open and Umag Open, although there should be a mild amount of concern in his camp after defeats in both to Lorenzo Musetti and Jannik Sinner. The Spaniard is, of course, still a teenager enjoying his second full year on tour but four titles claimed this season is momentum he will be eager to return to as soon as possible in the run-up to a promising tilt at the US Open. World number 34 Tommy Paul beat Vasek Pospisil in straight sets on Tuesday for a steady start to his campaign in Montreal. The 25-year-old enjoyed a stretch of his best form yet across the grass season and he looks to have transitioned well to the hardcourts so far, making this a rather intriguing first meeting with Alcaraz. The Spaniard will be well-backed here as a popular rising star but Paul has more than a chance at pulling off an upset here with Alcaraz occasionally struggling to start his campaigns at full power. The sensible call is backing Alcaraz to win outright here but a one-off on Paul to win at least a set could well be a shrewd alternative.