Alcaraz, Jannik Sinner to play in Hamburg on clay after Wimbledon

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Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner are probably hungry to add more ATP points and improve their ranking. For this reason, they decided to be part of the entry list for the ATP 500 that will be staged on clay in Hamburg after Wimbledon.

The main draw will start on the 18th of July, and the defending champion is Pablo Carreno-Busta, who defeated Filip Krajinovic in the final last year.

This is the updated entry list.

Seed Name Rank
1 Carlos Alcaraz 7
2 Andrey Rublev 8
3 Jannik Sinner 13
4 Diego Schwartzman 15
5 Pablo Carreno Busta 19
6 Karen Khachanov 22
7 Gael Monfils 23
8 Botic van de Zandschulp 26
Nikoloz Basilashvili 27
Holger Rune 29
Filip Krajinovic 31
Sebastian Baez 36
Oscar Otte 37
Alejandro Davidovich Fokina 38
Alexander Bublik 39
Francisco Cerundolo 42
Aslan Karatsev 43
Emil Ruusuvuori 48
Alex Molcan 50
Tallon Griekspoor 53
Laslo Djere 55
Marton Fucsovics 57
Borna Coric 203


Carlos Alcaraz in 2022

Carlos Alcaraz

32 - 4win/loss

19 year old
2022 Highlights

Ranked no.7, the Spaniard played his last match on the 31st of May when he was defeated by world no.2 Alexander Zverev 6-4 6-4 4-6 7-6(7) in the quarter of the French Open (draw).

Currently, during this season Carlos achieved an overall 32-4 match record. Alcaraz conquered 4 titles in 2022 in Rio de Janeiro, in Miami, in Barcelona and in Madrid.

French Open
Alcaraz's Record

Jannik Sinner in 2022

Jannik Sinner

27 - 8win/loss

I Hard
20 year old
2022 Highlights

At the moment ranked no.13, Jannik played his last match on the 22nd of June when he capitulated to world no.35 Tommy Paul 6-3 3-6 6-3 in the 2nd round in Eastbourne (draw).

At the moment, during this season Sinner has a 27-8 win-loss record.

Sinner's Record

Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner clashed against each other only 2 times. Their actual head to head record is 2-0 for Alcaraz. Previously, the last time they played each other, Carlos Alcaraz won 7-6(1) 7-5 in the 2nd round in Paris (Rolex Paris Masters) in November 2021.

Here the highlights.