Okay MyBookie tennis betting faithful, the start of the 2021 campaign is here. On Monday, Feb. 1, 2021, top 20 players Karen Khachanov and David Goffin headline the action at the Great Ocean Road Open. In the Murray River Open, which gets started the same day, top stars, Stan Wawrinka, Grigor Dimitorv, Felix Auger-Aliassime and Borna Coric are all in action. Let’s take a closer look at both upcoming events so you can make your bets against their Tennis odds.
Tennis Betting Analysis – Great Ocean Road Open & Murray River Open
The two ATP 250s, also known as Melbourne-1 and Melbourne-2 will both have a special format with the main draws having been expanded to 56 players and the qualifying tournaments being canceled.
World No. 14 Goffin and World No. 20 Khachanov are both starting the season in search of their respective fifth ATP titles at the Great Ocean Open. Goffin will look to claim his fist victory since 2017 while Kachanov will be looking for his first title since 2018.
Also in the field are Italian Jannik Sinner, Delray Beach champion Hubert Hurkacz, Australian Open quarterfinalist and Americans Reilly Opelka and Sam Querrey. Defending champion Andrey Rublev will not be in action looking to defend his title. The blossoming Russian won an ATP Tour-best five titles in 2020.
In the Murray Open, the top seeded Wawrinka will go at it alongside 2017 Nitto ATP Finals champion Grigor Dimitrov and US Open champion Marin Cilic. The Swiss, who went 15-8 in 2020, starts the season in search of his first ATP Tour trophy since 2017 Geneva.
Also in action, 20-year-old Felix Auger-Aliassime is going for his first career trophy after coming up short in six finals over the past two years. The Canadian is ranked just outside the Top 20 in the FedEx ATP Rankings at No. 21.
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