ATP Finals London 2019 Betting Tips

London tennis arena durig ATP Tour Finals

ATP Returns to London

Tennis fans of the UK will have the pleasure of watching once again the ATP finals, and although Andy Murray has just returned from an injury which made him consider retirement, there is plenty of action when it comes to the last Tennis event of the calendar before the Davis Cup Finals.

Nadal Again Number One

Rafael will arrive in London as the current leader of the ranking, and in spite of a minor injury in his abdomen, he will travel to London and fight for the ATP Finals trophy.

Rafael Nadal will arrive in London a few days after reclaiming the first place, and that fact surely has motivated him to play in London after surpassing Novak Djokovic.

The Protagonists

Nadal, Federer and Djokovic have been dominating the world of Tennis over the past seasons, and the fact that all the 3 have more than 30 years of age should inspire young players to focus on their careers and going for the titles regardless their age. The impressive numbers of Federer even considering he is now 38 are always growing and his duels against Nadal are always epic and will become the mark of this generation.

The top 3 players of the world were the first to qualify to the ATP Finals and they are the big favourites to win this short tournament.

The Underdogs

Daniil Medvedev, Dominic Thiem, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Matteo Berrettini and even the defending Champion Alexander Zverev must be considered underdogs are the top 3 players of the world ranking surely stand out in terms of quality.

Betting Markets

Nadal could perhaps be more of a favourite against Alexander Zverev but the title holder is kind of lucky as he will face Nadal in a moment of injury, although Nadal has stated he is training to adapt to the problem but the big question in terms of betting is obvious: “How much of a handicap will this abdominal injury be?”

Nadal has odds of over 1.40 to beat Zverev, is this kind of odd valuable when it comes to the Spanish legend? You decide!

Medvedev has similar odds to beat Tsitsipas, he is obviously in much better form and this could be a valuable bet, although a live bet on the Greek player in case he starts well could reward you with great odds.

Novak Djokovic has the lowest odds to win against the emergent Italian Berrettini, circa 1.17, but what if the young Roman player could make history and defeat the Serbian legend? That would reward you with generous odds of 4.75 meaning a small 10 EUR bet could pay 47.5 EUR!

Do you believe Roger Federer to win against Thiem is a sure bet? You could earn 24% of profit betting on his victory, that may well be a great profit in comparison with betting on the stock markets.

When it comes to Outright bets, then the first fixtures will be very interesting to understand the form of the players as of the last weeks of the season: who do you think will win the 2019 ATP Finals?