ATP 2022 Grand Prix Hassan II Betting Favorites and Analysis

ATP 2022 Grand Prix Hassan II Betting Favorites and Analysis

The ATP 250 Grand Prix Hassan II (ATP Marrakesh) is just around the corner, featuring some of the best tennis players in the world, who will duke it out in Marrakesh, Morocco, on April 4-10, for the largest slice of the €500,000 prize pool.

MyBookie brings you full coverage of the event, where we take a look at the main favorites and outsiders you should look out for, providing you with all the information you’ll need to place bets on the ATP Betting Odds.

2022 Grand Prix Hassan II Expert Analysis | Tennis Betting

Players To Watch Out For

Daniel Evans, Felix Auger Alissiame, and Alberto Ramos-Vuinolas are all attending ATP 250 Grand Prix Hassan II 2022 as leading tournament tennis players.

Fabio Fogini would also join the list of the players, but he withdrew from the event, which subsequently shifts our focus to Lorenzo Musetti, who is one of the players that might fly under the radar.

  • Felix Auger Aliassime

The current no.9 in the world, Felix Auger Aliassime, enters ATP 250 Grand Prix Hassan II with a 15-6 record on the year, including 7-5 on hard courts and 8-1 on indoor hard courts.

He played his last match on March 26, when he lost to world no.48 Miomir Kecmanovic (4-6, 2-6) in the second round of the Miami Open.

Although Auger Aliassime might not look as good as many hoped he would, he is still the 2022 Australian Open semi-finalist, has made finals in Marseille, and won in Rotterdam, so it’s fair to expect great things from him this week.

  • Daniel Evans

Daniel Evans is currently ranked no.27 in the world and has – like Auger Aliassime – played his last match on March 26, when he lost against world no.96, Yoshihito Nishioka (6-3, 4-6, 4-6) in the second round of Miami Open.

That’s not great, nor is his 2022 record, which shows 8-6, all on hard courts. Evans has also yet to win a tournament this season, but he had a solid performance in Sydney, where he reached the semi-finals. Elsewhere, he was far less convincing.

At the Indian Wells and Australian Open, Evans could only manage Round 3 and was even less successful in Doha and Miami, where he crashed out in Round 2.

  • Albert Ramos-Vinolas

Travels to Marrakesh as the current no.35 in the world, with a 8-5 record on the season. He is 0-2 on hard courts but 8-3 on clay, which isn’t perfect, but it’s a decent record nevertheless.

He had played his last match on March 26, when Ramos-Vinolas lost against Sebastian Korda (no.38) with 6-4, 6-7, 3-6 in the second round of the Miami Open.

His most notable achievements of the year include R2 in Rio De Janeiro and Miami, semi-finals at Santiago, and a title from Cordoba.

  • Lorenzo Musetti

Lorenzo Musetti is the main player we would keep an eye on for this tournament. The current world no.76 is 6-8 on the season with 3-76 on hard courts and 3-1 on indoor hard courts as the only two surfaces he has competed on so far.

His last game happened on March 24, when he lost against Alexei Popyrin (5-7, 6-7) in the first round of the Miami Open. It marked one of his four R1 exits of 2022, besides Adelaide, Dubai, and the Australian Open.

Besides that, Musetti has made R2 at Indian Wells and Phoenix Challenger, which isn’t great, but he has done well in Pune and Rotterdam, where he made QF.

Lorenzo Musetti will clash with Albert Ramos-Vinolas in the first round of ATP 250 Grand Prix Hassan II, which would suggest that Musetti is in for another early exit. Ramos is 1-0 up in the head-to-head (6-1, 6-3), but they last met in Indian Wells in October 2021, and Musetti has improved significantly since.

Musetti will have a fairly straightforward road in the top half if he can make it past Ramos, with his first notable opponent coming in the semi-finals. There Musetti is expected to clash with Auger-Aliassime, who Musetti already beat in May 2021 at the Lyon Open (7-6, 3-6, 7-5).

 
 

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