2020 Paris Masters Expert Analysis - ATP Betting

2020 Paris Masters Expert Analysis – ATP Betting

Written by on November 2, 2020

Okay MyBookie tennis betting nation, with the start of the 2020 ATP Tour Paris Rolex Masters here, it’s time to take a look at the value-packed sportsbook betting odds surrounding the star-studded field and which players stand the best chances of coming out on top in the ninth and final ATP Masters 1000 event of the 2020 calendar year. With that said, let’s jump right into action so you can make your bets against their ATP odds.

ATP Betting Analysis – Who’s the Pick at 2020 Paris Masters?

Held at the Palais Omnisports in Bercy, the final tournament of the ATP men’s tennis season, not only features the majority of the world’s top-ranked players, but it also generally serves as a final chance for a handful of players to qualify for the final few spots in the season-ending Nitto ATP Finals.

This year, only one spot in the Nitto ATP Finals is still up for grabs after Russian Andrey Rublev punched his ticket by winning in Vienna on Sunday. The leader in the race for the final berth in the ATP Finals is sixth-seeded Argentine Diego Schwartzman, who is trying to earn his first berth in the season-ending showcase event. Schwartzman has a first round bye and will go up against either Frenchman Richard Gasquet or American Taylor Fritz in his opening match. Italian Matteo Berrettini, who competed at The O2 last year, is 210 points behind Schwartzman in the race for the eighth and final spot in the ATP Finals.

2020 Paris Rolex Masters Seeds

  1. Rafael Nadal
  2. Stefanos Tsitsipas
  3. Daniil Medvedev
  4. Alexander Zverev
  5. Andrey Rublev
  6. Diego Schwartzman
  7. Matteo Berrettini
  8. David Goffin
  9. Pablo Carreno-Busta
  10. Milos Raonic
  11. Karen Kachanov
  12. Stan Wawrinka
  13. Felix Auger-Aliassime
  14. Borna Coric
  15. Alex de Minaur

Top-seeded world No. 2 Rafael Nadal kicks off his Paris Rolex Masters against either Filip Krajinovic or Feliciano Lopez. While Nadal has won a mind-boggling 13 French Open titles, that success has not translated well to the hard courts of the Paris-Bercy venue. Nadal has reached the quarterfinals in his previous seven appearances, but he’s never won it all. This year, he has plenty of motivation as he looks to equal Novak Djokovic’s record of 36 career Masters 1000 titles.

Reigning Nitto ATP Finals champion and second-seeded Stefanos Tsitsipas will make his third appearance at this event after falling against world No. 1 Novak Djokovic in the quarterfinals a year ago. The Greek star will face either hometown hero  Ugo Humbert or Norwegian No. 1 Casper Ruud in his opener.

No. 3 seed Daniil Medvedev has taken home the hardware in three of the last five ATP Tour events hes entered. Can the The two-time Masters 1000 champion win his third? Medvedev has won 63.6 percent of his indoor matches, so he’ll have a chance.  The bad news is that the gifted Russian will face wily South African veteran Kevin Anderson in his opener after the former Top 10 star dispatched him this past week in Vienna.

Fourth seed Alexander Zverev headlines the second quarter of the draw. The German enters this event on fire after claiming back-to-back titles in Cologne last month. However, no player may be hotter than fifth-seeded Andrey Rublev. Since play restarted in August, the underrated Russian has won three ATP 500 titles (Hamburg, St. Petersburg and Vienna). In addition to that, Rublev has won an ATP-best five tour-level trophies in 2020. The fifth seed will open up against either Hubert Hurkacz or lucky loser Radu Albot in the second round.

2018 Paris Rolex Masters winner Matteo Berrettini is in the field as the No. 11 seed.  Two years ago, the talented Italian lost just one set en route to his maiden Masters 1000 title. Kachanov recorded consecutive wins over Top 10 players and capped off his stunning win by dispatching Djokovic in the finals.

This year, Kachanov opens against qualifier Alejandro Davidovich Fokina. 2014 runner-up and 10th seed, Milos Raonic is in the field as is young French Open sensation Hugo Gaston, after the 20-year-old lefty made a thrilling run to the fourth round with a series of crafty, jaw-dropping drop shots and overall creativity at Roland Garros. Gaston almost nearly knocked out eventual French Open champion Dominic Thiem by going five thrilling sets in the fourth round.  Check out the daily match odds at the Paris Rolex Masters to cash in early and often over the course of the coming week of ATP action!

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