The ATP Tour continues its indoor European swing this week with the ATP 500 – ABN Amro Open, formerly known as the Rotterdam Open. Played on the indoor hard courts of the Rotterdam Ahoy, the event features a 32-player field and has been part of the tour since 1972. This year’s event has drawn a handful of the top 10 players in the world though Novak Djokovic, Carlos Alcaraz, and Rafael Nadal are all absent, either through injury or time off.
Stefanos Tsitsipas, ranked No. 3 in the world, is the top seed, followed by No. 5 Andrey Rublev. Felix Auger-Aliassime (7), Holger Rune (9), Hubert Hurkacz (10), and Daniil Medvedev (12) are also in the packed field. The draw has a full 32 players, so unlike last week’s 250 tournaments, there are no first-round byes in Rotterdam. Let’s take a look at some of the ATP odds and ways to approach the ABN Amro Open at MyBookie.
Tennis Picks and Analysis: ATP 500 – Rotterdam Open
When: February 11th to Sunday February 19th
Where: Ahoy Rotterdam, Netherlands
Time: See the Schedule
TV: Tennis Channel / Streaming: tennistv.com
Medvedev is seeded sixth, but he is the favorite to win the ABN Amro Open, despite not playing since he lost in the Australian Open last month. Tsitsipas, who made it to the Australian Open Final before falling to Novak Djokovic, is the second favorite. He also hasn’t played on tour since Melbourne but was in action for Greece at the Davis Cup earlier this month.
Fresh off a win at the Montpellier Open, Jannik Sinner is third in line odds-wise to win the title in Rotterdam. The Italian potentially faces Tsitsipas in the second round, with Medvedev in the other half of the bracket. Rune is also in the top half of the bracket and has the fourth-best odds to win this event.
As the fifth seed in Rotterdam, Hubert Hukacz is -170 to win his first-round match against Roberto Bautista Agut at +123. Hurkacz has never beaten the Spaniard in three tries, but enters this tournament in better form. The No. 10 player in the world didn’t play last week and should be well-rested for this event.
Meanwhile, RBA crashed out of the Montpellier Open in his first match, 6-3, 6-4 last week. He is ranked 24th on the tour and 7-4 this season. These two have played just one time in the last three years, a 3-set win by RBA, but this time around, Hurkacz flips the script.
One of the few Americans on tour playing in Europe this month instead of the Dallas to Delray Beach tandem, Paris-born Maxime Cressy reached the finals last week. Ranked No. 40 in the world, Cressy lost to Sinner in the Montpellier finals 7-6, 6-3 after knocking off Rune in the semis
In Rotterdam, he faces Dutch native Tim Van Rijthoven on home soil for the first round. Cressy should be highly confident against a player he’s never faced, ranked outside the top 100. Cressy is -204 to advance, while Van Rijthoven is +151 and just 2-1 on the season.
Another player coming off a great tournament in France is Gregoire Barrere. The Frenchman knocked off seeded Alexander Bublik before falling to Rune in the quarterfinals, with both sets going to a tiebreak. Barrere had to qualify for this event, and he is a first-round underdog at +110, with David Goffin at -135.
Goffin has struggled so far this season at 3-4 on Tour, and he lost a crucial match to South Korea’s Soonwoo Kwon. Goffin missed the Australian Open with an illness and hasn’t seen as much top-flight competition this season as Barrere. That combination leaves the Belgian ripe for an upset against a younger player he hasn’t faced in four years.
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