ATP 2021 Nordea Open and Hall of Fame Open Betting Preview

ATP 2021 Nordea Open and Hall of Fame Open Betting Preview

MyBookie brings you free betting previews for the 2021 Nordea Open & 2021 Hall of Fame Open with best bets and top odds. Here are our betting previews and predictions for games played on Tuesday, July 13, with all the information you’ll ever need to place bets on ATP Betting Odds.

Tennis Betting Preview for the 2021 Nordea Open & 2021 Hall of Fame Open

2021 Nordea Open

  • When: 5-18 July
  • Where: Båstad tennis stadium in Båstad, Sweden

Pablo Cuevas v Norbert Gombos

  • When: Tuesday, July 13

World no.84 Pablo Cuevas will clash with world no.94 Norbert Gombos on Tuesday, July 13, in the Round of 32 at the 2021 Nordea Open.

Cuevas enters the match as a -208 favorite, while MyBookie prices Gombos as a +154 underdog. That makes a lot of sense, considering Cuevas already won a title here, albeit way back in 2014 when he beat João Sousa.

Cuevas also enjoyed some success on the Challenger Tour, winning in Lyon in June, where he made it past Elias Ymer. Last week, Cuevas traveled to Salzburg, only to get eliminated by Juan-Ignacio Londero in the quarter-finals.

The Slovak has yet to win a single senior ATP title; however, he has been fairly impressive on the junior level, appearing in 24 finals and winning 10 of them. What’s more, half of those victories came on clay.

Gombos should prove to be a worthy opponent, but it’s hard to make a case for him as he faces an experienced player. Cuevas is in better form, has already played here, and should be heavily favored to win.

Prediction: Pablo Cuevas to win -208 at MyBookie

Facundo Bagnis v Roberto Carballes

  • When: Tuesday, July 13

A clash between two clay-court specialists in Facundo Bagnis and Roberto Carballes promises to be an exciting one, but it’s hard to overlook Bagnis as the better player. He reached finals at Chile Open in March and has had a very impressive career on the junior level.

Bagnis reached 31 finals as a junior, winning 18 of them – all on clay.

Since reaching finals in Chile, Bagnis also made the final two in Portugal, in a Challenger event, and semi-final in Lyon.

Carballes has had some success as well, particularly on clay courts. However, he has been struggling in 2021 and hasn’t managed to reach the same heights as Bagnis. 

Outside of winning a Challenger event in Belgrade, Carballes regularly crashed out of tournaments in the early stages. Bagnis should win this bout with relative ease.

Prediction: Facundo Bagnis to win -140 at ByBookie

2021 Hall of Fame Open

  • When: 12-18 July
  • Where: International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island

Tennys Sandgren v Joao Sousa

  • When: Tuesday, July 13 

World no.120 Jao Sousa of Portugal will take on world no.32 Tennys Sandgren on Tuesday, July 13, in the first round of the 2021 Newport Open. Sandgren enters the match as a -175 favorite, which might make sense; however, he hasn’t been in the best of forms in 2021.

The 29-year-old enters the match with a 5-10 record on the year and is 2-4 on hard courts. What’s more, he is 1-7 on clay and 2-2 on grass.

Talking about poor form, Sousa is 2-17 in his last 19 outings and has won only one match on the year from his last ten main draw fixtures. His only win of 2021 came against Christopher O’Connell, and has a 14-21 career record on grass.

Both players are in terrible form, and while Sandgren should have an edge, having previously played in Newport, he hasn’t shown enough for us to believe he can win this one in straight sets. Expect three sets.

Prediction: Joao Sousa +1.5 sets -144 at MyBookie

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