2024 Qatar ExxonMobil Open Odds, Picks, and Tennis Betting Analysis

2024 Qatar ExxonMobil Open Odds, Picks, and Tennis Betting Analysis

The men’s draw of the Qatar Open begins this week after top seeds Iga Swiatek and Elena Rybakina met in the final of the women’s draw this past weekend. It’s the 32nd edition of the ATP 250 outdoor hard courts tournament, which takes place at the Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex in Doha. Daniil Medvedev is the defending champion but isn’t among the six top-25 seeds in the draw. 

The top four seeds – Andrey Rublev, Karen Khachanov, Ugo Humbert, and Alexander Bublik – in the 28-player tournament receive a bye into the second round. Notable unseeded players in the draw include wildcards Gael Monfils and Richard Gasquet, along with Andy Murray, Zhang Zhizhen, and Emil Ruusuvuori.

Let’s take a closer look at the upcoming 2024 Qatar ExxonMobil Open tournament so you can bet against ATP betting odds, consider backing one of the players listed to lift the hardware.


2024 Qatar ExxonMobil Open Odds, Picks, and Betting Analysis | MyBookie ATP Betting Preview of the Tennis Tournament

2024 Qatar Open | 32nd edition of the Qatar Open
ATP Tour 250 series
Monday, February 19th – Saturday, February 24th, 2024
Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex, Doha, Qatar
2023 ATP Winner: Daniil Medvedevv


Top Seeds

Andrey Rublev (No. 5)
Karen Khachanov (No. 17)
Ugo Humbert (No. 18)
Alexander Bublik (No. 23)
Alejandro Davidovich Fokina (No. 24)
Jan-Lennard Struff (No. 25)
Lorenzo Musetti (No. 26)
Tallon Griekspoor (No. 29)


2024 Qatar ExxonMobil Open Top 3 Players

Andrey Rublev

Rublev, the world No. 5, is off to a strong start this season, winning the Hong Kong Open in early January and reaching the quarter-finals of the Australian Open before losing to Jannik Sinner. He is coming off of a quarter-final exit at ATP Rotterdam, where he lost to Alex de Minaur in three sets. Rublev has beaten several quality opponents this season, including Felix Auger-Aliassime, de Minaur, Sebastian Korda, and Ruusuvuori. 

Rublev will play the winner of Gasquet and Shevchenko in the second round. Murray and Aleandro Davidovich Fokina are also in his quarter of the bracket. 


Karen Khachanov

As the second seed in the Qatar Open, Khachanov will meet the winner of Fabian Marozsan and a qualifier in the second round. He arguably has an easier path to the quarters than Rublev as the bottom half of the bracket is slightly weaker with players who perform better on clay and other surfaces as opposed to hard courts.

Khachanov, meanwhile, is 21-12 on outdoor hard courts dating back to last season. The 27-year-old Russian lost last week against Grigor Dimitrov in the semi-final of the Open 13 Provence. He reached the fourth round at the Australian Open and lost in the first round to Ruusuvuori at the Hong Kong Open.


Ugo Humbert

Humbert is experiencing a bit of a resurgence this season, although he lost last week to Ruusuvuori in the Round of 32 at ATP Rotterdam. Before that, he won the Open 13 Provence in his native France and, in doing so, reached a career-high No. 18 in the world rankings. He beat Davidovich Fokina, Hubert Hurkacz, and Dimitrov en route to winning in France.

Before that, Humbert reached the third round of the Australian Open and withdrew from the Brisbane Open after a first-round victory over Alex Michelsen. He’ll play the winner of Pavel Kotov and Lorenzo Sonego in the second round.


2024 Qatar ExxonMobil Open Final Betting Prediction 

There’s a lot of quality players in the field in Qatar, so making pre-tournament predictions is a little tricky, but Khachanov, considering his favorable draw, is a good bet to reach the final. The five-time ATP Tour winner has just one tournament win since 2018 and is due for a breakthrough. 

Lorenzo Sonego is a good underdog selection in the top half of the bracket. The 28-year-old Italian is just 2-3 this season, but has been in at least one tiebreak in each of those five matches. He’s a few breaks away from going on a decent run.

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Top 2018 ATP Betting Picks of the Week – March 5th Edition

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Well, tennis fanatics, we know one thing about the ATP betting portion of the 2018 PNB Paribas at Indian Wells. World No. 2 Rafael Nadal will not be winning the fun-filled and star-studded tournament! We also know that World No. 1 Roger Federer is the prohibitive favorite on the men’s side (what else is new?).

The BNP Paribas Open is the first of nine ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments. The Stadium 1 is the second largest in the world, with more than 16,000 seats and 44 suites. Main draw play in 2018 will run from March 8-18. Now, let’s look at the odds to win the ATP betting portion of the co-ed tourney along with my prediction of just which ATP player will win it all.


Top ATP Betting Picks of the Week – March 5th Edition

Roger Federer

The new World No. 1 is a perfect 12-0 on the year and has 1000 points to defend at Indian Wells after winning here a year ago. Plus he probably wants to hold on to his World No. 1 ranking for a while.


Rafael Nadal

The World No. 2 is out here and at Miami later this month.


Marin Cilic

Cilic is 9-3 on the year but made the finals at the Aussie Open opposite Federer and took the all-time great five sets before bowing out.


Grigor Dimitrov

Dimitrov is 8-4 on the year with no titles so far although he did reach the finals in Rotterdam opposite Federer, before getting smacked around in a humbling 6-2, 6-2 loss.


Alexander Zverev

Zverev is 8-3 on the year, but he’s playing better after reaching the semis in Acapulco before falling to Juan martin Del Potro.


Dominic Thiem

Thiem is off to a 16-3 start with one title after winning in Argentina in February.


David Goffin

Goffin is 7-3 on the year and battling some minor injuries.


Juan Martin Del Potro

‘Del Po’ is 11-3 on the year and reached the finals at Delray Beach last weekend opposite Francis Tiafoe before falling. However, the powerful big man has plenty of momentum after winning in Acapulco.


Kevin Anderson

The South African veteran is 11-3 on the year and won the New York Open in February on an outdoor hard court while reaching the finals at Acapulco opposite Del Po.


Jack Sock

Sock is off to an awful 1-4 start this year, but did reach the semis here a year ago.


Stan Wawrinka

Wawrinka is off to an uninspiring 3-4 start so far this season.


Novak Djokovic

Djokovic is 3-1 on the year, but will take to the court for his first tournament since getting bounced of the Australian open by Heyon Chung, who, by the way, looks like a player that will be offering some excellent value at Indian Wells.


Francis Tiafoe

Young American Francis Tiafoe got his first ATP tournament win this past weekend did in Delray Beach and has an absolutely huge upside.


Indian Wells Prediction

I’m going with Federer to meet Juan Martin Del Potro, where the big man will pull off the huge upset over the World No. 1. You heard it here first!

2018 Expert Tennis Betting Picks of the Week – March 12th

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This week, the tennis betting action is all about the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells, California, as the men head into the round of 32, while the women are down to the final 16. The biggest surprise on the men’s side was the ousting of Novak Djokovic, although, given his recent injury issues, it is perhaps not that much of a surprise that his tournament came to a premature end. The women will finish the bottom half of the round of 32 early in the week before getting all the way into the round of 16 a little later. Let’s take a look at some of the big matches set to be played over the next couple of days, including their respective tennis odds, for both the women’s and men’s side.


Expert Tennis Betting Picks of the Week – March 12th

BNP Paribas Open Women’s Tournament

WTA Ranking – Top 10

  • 1-Simona Halep
  • 2-Caroline Wozniacki
  • 3-Garbiñe Muguruza
  • 4-Elina Svitolina
  • 5-Alexander Zverev
  • 6-Karolina Pliskova
  • 7-Jelena Ostapenko
  • 8-Caroline Garcia
  • 9-Venus Williams
  • 10-Petra Kvitova

The top half of the women’s draw completed the round of 32 over the weekend, with #1 seed Simona Halep the only seeded player to move on. She had a fight on her hands to reach this point, being taken the distance by Caroline Dolehide in the last round.

Halep will next face Qiang Wang, who is coming off an impressive straight sets win over #14 seed Kristina Mladenovic. One to watch on this half of the draw is Petra Martic, who just took out #6 seed Jelena Ostapenko in straight sets.

The highlight of the bottom half of the draw will be the match-up between Venus and Serena Williams. There was always the feeling that these two were going to meet at this stage, with most believing that Venus will have the edge over her sister, as this is her first tournament back since having a child. Serena has looked good in the opening rounds, though, so no slam dunk for Venus here.

A lot of the seeded players are still alive at this end of the draw, including #2 seed Caroline Wozniacki, who will go against unseeded Aliaksandra Sasnovich in this round.


BNP Paribas Open Men’s Tournament

ATP Ranking – Top 10

  • 1-Roger Federer
  • 2-Rafael Nadal
  • 3-Marin Cilic
  • 4-Grigor Dimitrov
  • 5-Alexander Zverev
  • 6-Dominic Thiem
  • 7-David Goffin
  • 8-Juan Martin del Potro
  • 9-Kevin Anderson
  • 10-Jack Sock

There have been a few casualties among the top seeds in the men’s tournament in the BNP Paribas Open at Indian Wells, although defending champion and top seed Roger Federer is still very much alive and well. His next challenge will be against Filip Krajinoviv, a player that he has yet to face in his career. It’s tough to imagine Federer losing this one.

The biggest danger for Federer in his side of the draw is going to be #5 seed, Dominic Thiem. He will go against Pablo Cuevas, a player he has beaten twice in their 3 previous meetings. Look for Thiem to move on and edge ever closer to a meeting with Federer.

Down in the lower half of the draw, #2 seed Marin Cilic is also still alive. He will have a seeded opponent as his next challenger, with #31 seed Philipp Kohlschreiber next up. This is a tougher one for Cilic than it may appear at first glance, as he is 4-6 in career meetings against the German.

There are still a lot of seeded players alive in the men’s tournament, which means we will have a lot of big games ready to go as we edge ever closer to the final on the weekend. Be sure to check in regularly for all the latest tennis betting odds for the BNP Paribas Open.



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