ATP Tennis Finals Futures & Free Picks

      ATP Tennis Finals Futures & Free Picks

      The 2019 ATP Tour season is at its final group stage. This year the ATP Tour takes us to the O2 Arena London for the NITTO ATP Finals. Last year the competition was won by the young German Alexander Zverev.

      The winner for the tournament this year will take home $9 million US dollars. After losing to Alexander Zverev, Rafael Nadal is no longer the bookmakers favourite in his matchup against Daniil Medvedev.

      The win gave Zverev the edge over the 21-year old greek Stefanos Tsitsipas in the 13th of November matchup.

      ATP World Tour Finals 2019 Futures: Outright Winner

      As it stands, Rafael Nadal leads the ATP tour points table with 9585. He is closely followed by Djokovic on 9145, then with Federer (6390), Medvedev (5705) and Thiem (5425) a distance behind the front-runners.

      Here are the current odds, across a variety of bookmakers, for the ATP Futures;

      ATP Tennis Finals LIVE BetWay Bet365 Spin Palace Sports

      Novak Djokovic

      1.90 2.00 1.90

      Dominic Thiem

      4.50 5.00 5.50

      Alexander Zverev

      8.00 9.00 8.00

      Stefanos Tsitsipas

      10.00 9.00 9.00

      Roger Federer

      10.00 10.00 10.00

      Daniil Medvedev

      10.00 9.00 11.00

      Rafael Nadal

      16.00 17.00 17.00

      ATP World Tour Free Picks for 13-14 November

      There are four matches over the two days, starting with Rafael Nadal facing off against the Russian Daniil Medvedev. We will cover all the tennis betting odds and provide you with an overview of the rest of the games coming up.

      Stefanos Tsitsipas (2.05) vs Alexander Zverev (1.80)

      Stefanos Tsitsipas holds the lead on the head-to-head record between these two at 3-1. The last time they met, Stefanos won with 89% of points that landed, making five aces.

      The 22-year old is coming off the back of a colossal win against the Spanish giant Rafa Nadal. He won the game in straight sets 6-2, 6-4.

      It will be about keeping focused for the defending champion. Tsitsipas will feel he has the edge given the history in the head-to-head between these two. However, Zverev was champion last year and will be motivated to retain his title.

      Both players are young and ambitious and will throw everything they have at this game. Expect it to be a tight contest, but the German will edge it.

      Take Alexander Zverev to win it.

      Alexander Zverev
      To beat Stefanos Tsitsipas
      1.80

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      Dominic Thiem (1.40) vs Matteo Berrettini (3.05)

      The Austrian Dominic Thiem overcome Djokovic in his last, in what was a truly epic game at the O2 Arena.

      The pressure has certainly been lifted from the shoulders of Thiem having beaten both Djokovic and Federer. But the young aspiring champion, has overcome the older generation and now faces off against a younger player in Matteo Berrettini.

      But we’ve seen it time and time again with Domonic Thiem, he can go on a winning run like this then throw it all away.

      The Italian beat Thiem in straight sets at last month’s Shanghai Masters. The outcome of this one doesn’t make a great deal of difference to Matteo, as he’s already unable to progress any further.

      This doesn’t mean he won’t be up for it. He has the tools to break the rhythm of Thiem and will make life difficult for the Austrian.

      Expect Dominic Thiem to win this one.

      Dominic Thiem
      To beat Matteo Berrettini
      1.40

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      Novak Djokovic (1.39) vs Roger Federer (3.10)

      The most exciting matchup of those at the O2 Arena left this year. Both players come into this one with a record of 1-1 outright, meaning only the winner will qualify for the semifinals.

      As we mentioned already, Djokovic lost in his previous match. However, despite the loss we are talking about Novak Djkovic, the same man who has won the Paris Masters and Japan Open already this year.

      Roger Federer was more fortunate in his previous match, defeating Matteo Berrettini in straight sets. He’ll be up for this one, as he also won the Swiss Indoors this year, but he must contend with an in-form Djokovic.

      This will be a very close match. The head-to-head record sits at 26/22 in favour of Novak.

      Take Djokovic to be too much for Federer and win it.

      Novak Djokovic
      To beat Roger Federer
      1.39

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