ATP 250 Predictions: Qatar ExxonMobil Open and Open 13 Provence

ATP 250 Predictions: Qatar ExxonMobil Open and Open 13 Provence

The ATP tour spreads out again this week with three tournaments around the globe. With a 500-level clay court tournament in South America, the hard court tournaments are in France and Qatar. The two hard-court tournaments are ATP 250 events, and here we’ll break down the ATP odds for both of them at MyBookie.


Tennis Predictions: ATP 250 – Qatar Open and Open 13 Provence


ATP 250: Qatar ExxonMobil Open


When: February, 11th to 25th
Where: Khalifa International Tennis and Squash, Doha, Qatar

Time: See Schedule
TV: Tennis Channel

Fresh off a win last week in Rotterdam, Danill Medvedev is the guy to watch at the ExxonMobil Open. The Russian is the No. 3 seed this week after winning the title last week as the No. 6 seed in the Netherlands. He cruised through the bracket without dropping a set until the final, when he rallied from one set down to beat Janik Sinner for his first title of the season.

Among the contenders to Medvedev in Doha are top-seeded Andrey Rublev and No. 2 seed Felix Auger-Aliassime. The latter reached the quarters in Rotterdam but was no match for Medvedev in a 6-2, 6-4 loss. Rublev lost in the first round in Rotterdam but has a pretty easy route to the semis this week.

Roberto Bautista Agut, the No. 5 seed, is the defending champion in Qatar. He has made the final of the Doha Open in three of the last four years, with wins in 2019 and 2022. He could face Medvedev in the quarters, with Auger-Aliassime awaiting the winner in the semifinals.

The winner of the Alexander Zverev/Andy Murray match in the second round will be a factor in the top half of the draw as well. Zverev, the No. 4 seed, is a –185 favorite to beat veteran Murray, who holds a 2-1 head-to-head advantage. Murray won his opener in three sets and looked sharp in the season-opening Australian Open.


13 Provence Open


When: February, 19th to 26th
Where: Marseille Sports Palace, Marseille, France

Time: See Schedule
TV: Tennis Channel

On the indoor hardcourts in Marseille, France, this week, the favorite is the No. 2 seed, Janik Sinner. The Italian is flying up the ATP World Rankings this month with a title in Montpellier and a runner-up finish in Rotterdam. The 21-year-old is now ranked 12th in the world and boasts wins over No. 3 Stefanos Tsitsipas and former Grand Slam winner Stan Wawrinka in the last tournament.

Sinner could face Wawrinka again in the quarterfinals this week, while seeded players Richard Gasquet, Maxime Cressy, and Alex de Minaur are also in his half of the draw. Cressy made a run at Montpellier earlier this month and lost 7-6, 6-3 to Sinner in the final.

Hubert Hurkacz is the top seed in Marseille, and the 11th-ranked player in the world. He lost in straight sets in the round of 16 last week in Rotterdam after winning three matches at the Australian Open.

Grigor Dimitrov, who beat Hurkacz last week, is the No. 4 seed and in the same half of the bracket. David Goffin and Marc-Andre Huesler are the other seeded players in the top half.

Overall, eight of the top 50 players in the world are in Marseille this week. Recent winners include Rublev, Medvedev, and Tsitsipas, so a win this week could be a launching pad for Sinner or Hurkacz to break into the top 10 and make a run at Indian Wells next month.

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