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Rolex Paris Masters Betting

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The Rolex Paris Masters is an intriguing Tennis tournament that takes place the last week of October. Given that it is very close to the ATP Finals in London, it does attract the best players who are looking to secure the latest points to land a place in the prestigious tournament. The Rolex Paris Masters is an ATP 1000 Tournament that takes place on indoor hard courts. This will be the 48th edition of the tournament and it will be held at the AccorHotels Arena in Paris, France from the 28th October to the 3rd November. The defending champion is Novak Djokovic. Below you will find the best tennis tips on this cracking tournament.

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Rolex Paris Masters 2019 Ante-Post Betting Tips

Nadal to win 

Rafael Nadal has had a fantastic season so so far and surely he is the one to beat at the Rolex Paris Masters 2019. The Spaniard is coming to this tournament on the back of 11 matches winning run. He has won 28 of his 29 matches overall which is an impressive record. He has improved massively on hard court and has a record in 2019 of 22-2 on this surface. 

It is difficult to ignore the fact that Nadal has won 4 of the last 5 tournaments he has been involved with and that also includes the last two Masters events. He will be even more motivated as if he will be able to win this title this week, he could get the number one ATP position. Backing Nadal to win at 9/2 with BetVictor looks a solid bet. 

Daniil Medvedev to win (each way)

If you are looking for more ‘meaty’ odds for the 2019 Rolex Paris Masters then you should consider Russian star Daniil Medvedev. In the last couple of months, he has been undoubtedly the best player and is heading towards the end of the season in great form. In addition to winning the last two Masters events in Cincinnati and Shanghai, he has also won the last two tournaments he has been involved with. 

The Russian star is heading to Paris on the back of a 9-match-win-streak. He has won in total 25 of his last 27 matches and the last 11 Masters encounters. The only player that has done better than Medvedev is Rafael Nadal who will be on the opposite side of the draw in Paris. Medvedev has reached the final of all the last 6 events and has skipped the last two tournaments to be fresh for this week. Backing him at 9/2 each-way sounds like a great plan.