ATP World Tour Finals Betting Tips

The best players in the world are in Turin for this year’s ATP Finals. Find out what our experts think will happen at this event and use the best odds that bookmakers are offering for this event.



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As we do normally see, Djokovic is the favourite to win this tournament, but I am not sure this is a good price considering the quality opponents he will face. Given the format, he may be able to afford one mistake, but given that he is in the more difficult of the two groups, it may also be disastrous for his chances.

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His recent loss in Paris was a flaw that will give his Turin competitors hope, and I believe there is a significant difference between him coming into this game having won three straight championships and actually suffering a shocking loss. I won’t be surprised if he wins to add yet another chapter to tennis history, but I’m going to support a player who has recently played visually stunning indoor tennis.

The circumstances should be ideal for DANIIL MEDVEDEV, who was not far from winning in Turin a year ago. Indeed, he was defeated in Paris by Alex de Minaur, but that shouldn’t count too much. In that match, he was leading by a break in the last set and probably felt a bit tired considering that he was playing just a few days after the Vienna final. Overall, the Russian has looked great, both in Astana, where he came very close to beating Djokovic, and in Vienna.

Since he won against Tsitsipas and Rublev, he should be able to move on from the group stage and play in the knockout round.

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Medvedev To Win

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