French Open Day 4 Predictions Including Carlos Alcaraz vs Albert Ramos-Vinolas

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ATP young gun Carlos Alcaraz looks to march into the French Open third round against veteran countryman Albert Ramos-Vinolas, Felix Auger-Aliassime also plays his second round match. Our panelists have predictions for every day 4 match at Roland Garros as second round play gets underway in Paris.

Carlos Alcaraz vs Albert Ramos-Vinolas

Yesh Ginsburg: Alcaraz will get his first real “test” at a Major since his breakthrough. Ramos-Vinolas won’t roll over, so the younger Spaniard will need to consistently play well to advance. I think he’ll do so. Easily. Alcaraz in 3

Damian Kust: Steady baseliners can still trouble Carlos Alcaraz from time to time (especially if the conditions will be on the heavier side), but it’s hard to imagine the youngster losing in this one. With all the power he has, this should be very much on his racket. Alcaraz in 3

Felix Auger-Aliassime vs Camilo Ugo Carabelli

Yesh: Felix Auger-Aliassime spotted his first-round opponent two sets before turning things around. I don’t think he’ll do that again. Auger-Aliassime in 3

Damian: Felix Auger-Aliassime finally scored a main draw win at Roland Garros, although it wasn’t pretty. Camilo Ugo Carabelli has a great baseline game and could trouble the Canadian, but the amount of easier points Auger-Aliassime will have thanks to his serve and forehand should suffice, even on a bad day. Auger-Aliassime in 4

John Isner vs Gregoire Barrere

Yesh: John Isner’s serve is clicking and he’s playing aggressive. It’s hard to beat him when that happens. Isner in 4

Damian: Gregoire Barrere played some inspired tennis against Taro Daniel, really feeding off the energy of the crowd. He’ll need it again to tackle John Isner, who was clinical in tie-breakers against Quentin Halys. Clay isn’t his best surface, but it will help him prolong the rallies against the American. Isner’s serve is going to be a force though, and he likes the bounce of these courts. Isner in 4

Aljaz Bedene vs Pablo Cuevas

Yesh: Neither of these guys are elite, but one will reach the third round of a Major. I think Cuevas is more solid right now, and he likes the clay better than his opponent. Cuevas in 3

Damian: Aljaz Bedene played his best match since his comeback to defeat Christopher O’Connell, meanwhile Pablo Cuevas just destroyed Jenson Brooksby. The Uruguayan has had some great moments in Paris in the past and provided his fitness won’t be an issue, he’s got the artistry and point construction skills to take this one. Cuevas in 4

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