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Jannik Sinner vs John Isner Wimbledon 2022: How and where to watch online for free, 1 July

Shubham Singh
30 Jun 2022

In Wimbledon, you never know which star’s tenure is coming to an end as an elite player and who will rise up. The hierarchy can be broken as it is the Grand Slam which can take a toll on the players as the action never stops and the pressure is sky-high. The First Two Rounds brought some amazing battles and now we are only going to see an increase in the intensity. In the third round, Jannik Sinner will take on John Isner on 1 July. Jannik comes into the game after defeating Mikael Ymer 6-4, 6-3, 5-7, 6-2. Meanwhile, John Isner did a fabulous job of ousting Andy Murray 6-4, 7-6, 6-7, 6-4. Will young Sinner down veteran Isner?

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BBC has been a major broadcaster for all Wimbledon games and as the tradition goes, they have taken the responsibility for broadcasting games in the UK. To those who love tennis in the USA, ESPN will provide the coverage of major games and some games are going to be showcased on ESPN 2. For the viewers in the Indian subcontinent, Star Sports will broadcast the game whereas Hotstar will stream the tussle. Eurosport is going to transmit the game in Europe. When it comes to the international streaming services, the match will be covered on Hulu TV, Sling TV, and Fubo.

Jannik Sinner vs John Isner
Sinner stretching to get the ball

Jannik Sinner has lodged four-set wins so far. In the last round, he took on Ymer who is an athletic player himself. He took the first set 6-4 and although Mikael did make a couple of runs, Jannik was sure to take the first set. Then he put a stamp to the match when he took the second set 6-3. Ymer built an advantage in the third set but Sinner made him work here, but Ymer ultimately won the third set 7-5. But that was the only set Ymer could take and Sinner shut the shop with a 6-2 win in the last set.

Sinner did make some mistakes in the last game that can lead to his peril against elite players. He committed 5 double-faults but overall, he had a clean game. He managed to land 60% of his first serves and won 80% of the time during those completed serves. He managed to break Ymer’s serve repeatedly and won 6/19 breakpoints. Sinner was so brutal in the receiving points bracket that he had a 62-32 advantage.

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John broke an eight-game losing streak against Murray in the last game. He took Murray by surprise through his precise serve and defeated him 6-4 in the first set. Murray was unable to cope with John’s height and speed throughout the game. In the second set, Andy adjusted but Isner was not willing to let it go and won the second set in a tiebreaker situation 7:4. In the third set, Murray adjusted, again and again, it went to a tiebreaker, where Murray took it 7-3. In the fourth set, Isner won 6-4 and sealed the deal.

Although Isner does come up with a big height advantage and can also serve at a high speed, he can commit some errors and can be exposed to much faster players. He is 37-years old and can run out of stamina at times. Despite these flaws, John looked in great touch against Murray. His focus, stamina, and serve speed all looked impenetrable so Jannik can be in for a tough one here.


Jannik is known for his quick lateral movement, a fast topspin that is unmatched while he can also decimate the opposition’s advantage by employing equally impressive backhand and forehand. Isner has a height advantage and he did utilize it to the fullest against Murray but remember, Murray is dealing with surgeries right now and young Sinner has much more fuel in the tank. Jannik can negate the bounce of Isner using his tremendous movement but you never know how the tide turns here. The interesting thing is that these two have met twice and are one-one tied in head-to-head.

Win/Loss Betting

As per bookmakers at bet365, favorable odds have been given for Jannik Sinner to win with the odds of 1.53. I’d place equal odds here because hey, Isner looks in great touch.

Total Games

This can be a long and grueling battle and I do believe this has the potential to go for a five-set ride. So do the bookmakers at bet365, who predict the match to last about 42 games. I believe it will go over that mark.

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