ATP 2023 Winston-Salem Open Odds Analysis and Betting Favorites

ATP 2023 Winston-Salem Open Odds Analysis and Betting Favorites

An ATP 250 outdoor hard courts tournament held at the Wake Forest Tennis Complex in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, the Winston-Salem Open has been played for more than 50 years. This year marks the 54th edition of the tournament, the last scheduled event on the ATP Tour before the US Open. 

Because it’s so close to the US Open and the fact there was a pair of ATP 1000 events in Cincinnati and Toronto the last two weeks, there’s quite a diminished field at this year’s Winston-Salem Open.

Defending champion Adrian Mannarino withdrew before the start of the tournament, while Tallon Griekspoor, the world No. 25, is the highest-ranked player. 

That said, let’s take a closer look at the upcoming Winston-Salem Open tournament so you can bet against the ATP betting lines.


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2023 Winston-Salem Open | 54th men’s edition and the 95th women’s edition of the Winston-Salem Open
ATP Tour 250 Series
Sunday, August 20th – Saturday, August 26th, 2023
Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina


Past Champions

While the Winston-Salem Open hasn’t exactly attracted many of the world’s top players in recent years, it has had quite a few talented champions.

Mannarino defeated Laslo Djere in straight sets to win the title last year, while Ilya Ivashka beat Mikael Ymer in the final to win in 2021. Hubert Hurkacz and Daniil Medvedev won in 2019 and 2018, respectively. 

Ivashka was the only former champion in the field, but he is already out following a first-round defeat. 


A Review of Early Action

Ivashka, who has struggled this season after reaching a career-best world No. 40 in June 2022, lost his first-round match in three sets to Zhang Zhizhen, who advances to play Marton Fucsovics in the second round.

Also in first-round action, Brandon Nakashima defeated Jason Kubler in three sets, and Benjamin Bonzi won in straight sets against fellow French player Alexandre Muller. 


Monday’s Best Bets

Michael Mmoh (-309) vs. Darian King (+230)

Although Michael Mmoh and Darian King might not be household names in tennis, they have a pretty decorated history of playing against each other.

Mmoh and King have played seven matches at Challenger and other lower-level events, with Mmoh, the world No. 94, holding a 4-3 advantage. King is ranked world No. 497 but has reached three M15 finals this season and holds a 30-5 record, including 16-4 on hard court.

Mmoh has been playing much tougher competition this year, but he could get caught off guard by King, who is coming in playing some of the best tennis of his career – he hadn’t reached a final at any level in three years before this season.

Winston-Salem Open Lines | Bet Michael Mmoh vs. Darian King
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Daniel Galan (-120) vs. Sebastian Baez (-106)

Daniel Galan and Sebastian Baez will meet for the first time in their careers on Monday in second-round action. Galan, the world No. 70, earned a spot in the second round with his 6-1, 7-5 win over Radu Albot. Baez, the sixth seed, received an automatic bye into the second round.

Baez is 21-19 this season and coming off of a victory at the Generali Open in Austria, his second title of the season and third of his career. He’s in great form and should advance past Galan.

Winston-Salem Open Lines | Bet Daniel Galan vs. Sebastian Baez
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Winston-Salem Open Finals Prediction

This is such a wide-open tournament with no players ranked inside the top 20. Assuming he wins his match against Galan, Baez could very well advance to another final, although he still needs to prove himself on the hard court.

Djere, who reached the finals in Winston-Salem last season, is a better option to win the top half of the draw. The bottom half should be more competitive, but American Sebastian Korda is the favorite.

Winston-Salem Open Pick: Korda def. Djere | Bet Winston-Salem Open to Win
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