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The Cincinnati Masters is the last significant test before the US Open, beginning in two weeks. Our tennis betting experts have reviewed this event and provided their best tips and analysis so you can make the most of it.

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Roger Federer has won seven championships in Cincinnati, which has a longstanding reputation as one of the quicker courts on the circuit.
Unlike in Montreal, the change from DecoTurf to Laykold courts has sped up play in most locations where it has happened previously, most notably at the US Open.

Rafael Nadal & Carlos Alcaraz, who are towards the top of the betting, would undoubtedly suffer from such brisk conditions, but there are other reasons to bet against the Spanish duo as well.

This will be Nadal’s first competition since an abdominal problem forced him out of his planned semi-final and derailed his Grand Slam attempt due to injury.

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A little less than two weeks ago, the 36-year-old missed Montreal after revealing the injury was still bothering him, so anybody betting on him this week at this short price is undoubtedly taking a chance. Nadal has only ever won this competition once, so surely not the best place he has been.

Regarding Alcaraz, he once again fell short in Montreal, falling to Tommy Paul in the opening round, and it’s clear that things aren’t exactly clicking for him right now.

On the other hand, Nick Kyrgios & DANIIL MEDVEDEV ought to enjoy themselves here this week.

Last week, Kyrgios kept up his impressive play by overcoming Medvedev on his way to the quarterfinals, when he fell to Hurkacz.
The mental aspect of Kyrgios’ game has always been a source of concern for bettors, but his recent success suggests those fears may be unfounded. However, it’s important to remember that Kyrgios’ prior issues weren’t all psychological.
His body has frequently failed him down, and in Montreal, the Australian acknowledged that an abdominal strain was making things difficult for him.

After the defeat, he said, “My body hasn’t been feeling well the last week.” “After that (an eight-minute toilet break interruption), my body was so tight, I couldn’t move properly.” By his standards, Kyrgios has played quite a lot of tennis recently after reaching the Wimbledon final as well as winning in Washington; therefore, betting on him this week is dangerous.

His serve is a key component of his recent success, so if his abdomen prevents him from getting a full grip on that stroke, he will lose this match. I significantly favour Medvedev’s chances.  Yes, the world’s top player lost his opening match last week, but considering his opponent’s record, it is hardly a catastrophe.

It should also indicate that with the US Open rapidly approaching, he is even more motivated to pick up victories this week.
It’s not like the Russian’s form is bad; prior to Montreal, he broke his trophy winless streak with a triumph in Los Cabos, convincingly defeating Cameron Norrie.

Additionally, this setting ought to bring the best in him; in the past, it undoubtedly did.
Before clashing with a TV camera while leading his semi-final match against Andrey Rublev last year, Medvedev had already triumphed here (on DecoTurf) in 2019 and appeared on track to do it again (on Laykold). However, due to his broken rhythm, he ultimately lost in 3 sets.

In conclusion, I believe there is a lot to admire about Medvedev here, particularly considering the weaknesses of some of his primary competitors.


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