ATP 2023 European Open Odds Analysis, Betting Favorites, and Predictions

ATP 2023 European Open Odds Analysis, Betting Favorites, and Predictions

The ATP European Open is a relatively new 250 level event that takes place in Antwerp, Belgium. It was first held in 2016 and takes place on indoor hard courts from October 16-22. It’s one of three ATP events this week, along with the Japan Open and BNP Paribas Open.

The 28-player draw includes four of the top 50 players in the world, all of whom receive a bye into the second round. 

Let’s take a closer look at the upcoming European Open tournament so you can bet against the ATP Odds.


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2023 European Open | 8th edition of the European Open
ATP Tour 250 Series
Monday, October 16th – Sunday, October 22nd, 2023
Lotto Arena, Antwerp, Belgium


ATP European Open Past Champions

French players have won three of seven times in Antwerp. Richard Gasquet won the inaugural event in 2016, and Jo-Wilfred Tsonga won in 2017. Ugo Humbert defeated Alex de Minaur in the 2020 finals.

Diego Schwartzman is a three-time runner-up, and Felix Auger-Aliassime is the defending champion, although he opted to compete in Tokyo at the Japan Open this week. 


ATP European Open Top Seeds

Stefanos Tsitsipas is the No. 1 seed in Antwerp, and the only player ranked inside the top-25 in the world. Tsitsipas is coming off of a disappointing Round of 32 exit at the Shanghai Masters, where he lost in three sets to Humbert.

Before that, he lost in the Round of 32 to Nicolas Jarry at the China Open and hasn’t fared well since winning the Los Cabos Open in early August. In fact, he hasn’t won consecutive matches since then. 

Along with Tsitsipas, Jan-Lennard Struff, Alexander Bublik, and Arthur Fils receive byes into the second round. Fils has probably been the most consistent of the group.

The 19-year-old French player reached the Round of 32 at the Shanghai Masters, scoring wins over Pavel Kotov and Alejandro Davidovich Fokina, and is 16-14 this season. He recently moved up six spots in the world rankings to No. 38.


Best European Open Bets

Fabian Marozsan (-375) vs. JP Varillas (+230)

Fabian Marozsan improved to a career-best No. 65 in the world rankings following a quarter-final appearance at the Shanghai Masters last week.

The 24-year-old Hungarian player won four matches in the tournament, beating Casper Ruud, Dusan Lajovic, Alex de Minaur, and Arthur Rinderknech. JP Varillas, meanwhile, has lost three consecutive matches dating back to the Round of 16 at the Chengdu Open.

Marozsan and Varillas have yet to play each other on the ATP Tour. Marozsan is 42-24 this season, including 9-9 on hard courts. Varillas is 23-25 and just 4-8 on hard courts.

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Luca Nardi (+125) vs. Dominic Thiem (-175)

Veteran Dominic Thiem is favored in his first-round match against 20-year-old Italian Luca Nardi. This is the first match between the two players.

Thiem is a disappointing 16-20 this season and is coming off of a Round of 16 exit at the Bratislava Open. He’s 3-2 in his last five matches. Nardi is just 4-5 in ATP events this season but reached the semi-finals at the Bratislava Open.

He’s a great upset candidate and could make a decent run with a first-round victory over Thiem.

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Holger Rune +2200
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