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This year’s field is very competitive at the WTA Finals and it is rather difficult to predict what who is going to be on top. The tournament is a round-robin format that involves the best ranking WTA players up to last week. Since every match puts in front the best players out there, betting predictions are particularly difficult. This year, amongst others, we will have the World No. 1 Ashleigh Barty, the US Open champion Bianca Andreescu, the Kremlin Cup winner Belinda Bencic. Those three are contesting this tournament of the first time in their careers. Below you will find the best tennis tips for most matches written by our top tennis experts.
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Osaka Is The One To Beat
Naomi Osaka is in a shining form at the moment and it will be difficult to stop her. She is coming to the WTA Finals on the back of a 10 consecutive wins run having secured back to back titles. The ex number one of the WTA table has also managed to win two grand slam titles in the last 14 months and usually do their best on big occasions. The Japanese star has also had the time to refresh as she hasn’t been playing in the last few weeks so she will be ready to go and challenge for another title. Osaka can be backed at odds of 9/2 and looks a decent option.
Petra Kvitova to win is Each-Way Value
Petra Kvitova has been able to win this tournament back in 2011, and surely she can use that experience at her advantage. The two-time grand slam champion has had a very good season and surely can win at this level. She has been very consistent over the years and even if she did fail to make it to this tournament in the last season, she has never had two successive appearances at the WTA Finals where she didn’t at least get to the semi-finals. The Czech ace also has a promising 19-10 record against the players in the draw so surely will be confident that she can progress further. It is interesting to note that the last 4 winners of the WTA Finals were ranked between 5 and 8. Backing Kvitova at 7/1 to win (each-way) looks a decent option.