The ATP Stuttgart BOSS Open event kicks off the grass season after a month of competition on clay culminating with the French Open which, unsurprisingly, was won by Rafael Nadal a record 14th time. The BOSS Open begins June 6 and runs until June 12 with all matches played at Tennis Club Weissenhof in Stuttgart, Germany.
Incidentally, the BOSS Open was first played on clay and is one of the oldest events on the ATP Tour with its origin dating back to 1916. It didn’t become a grass event until 2015. It’s being played simultaneously with the Libema Open in Den Bosch, Netherlands. That being said, let’s take a closer look at the upcoming BOSS Open tournament so you can bet against the ATP Odds.
Tennis Betting Preview for the 2022 ATP BOSS Open Tournament
2022 ATP BOSS Open
- When: June 6 to 12
- Where: Tennis Club Weissenhof in Stuttgart, Germany
- Draw: 28
- Defending Champion: Marin Cilic
Canadian Denis Shapovalov and Italian Matteo Berrettini are among the draw’s headliners. World No. 4 Stefanos Tsitsipas joined the field as a last-minute wildcard entrant. Other notable players include Ugo Humbert, Andy Murray, and Nick Kyrgios.
Marin Cilic defeated Felix Auger-Aliassime in the final of last year’s event. Other past champions include Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer.
Odds to Win 2022 BOSS Open
- Stefanos Tsitsipas +500
- Denis Shapovalov +600
- Nick Kyrgios +600
- Hubert Hurkacz +600
- Matteo Berrettini +700
- Andy Murray +1000
- Ugo Humbert +1200
- Lorenzo Sonego +1800
The Favorites – Tsitsipas, Shapovalov and Kyrgios
Naturally, the top-ranked players in the draw are considered the favorites. Tsitsipas, one of four players with a first-round bye, is the No. 4 player in the world and top-ranked player at the BOSS Open. He is 31-10 this season and is coming off a fourth-round loss to Holger Rune at the French Open.
Shapovalov, a 23-year-old Canadian, is chasing his second career title on the ATP Tour and first this year. He’s 16-10 on the year and is coming off a disappointing first-round loss at the French Open, also to Rune.
Kyrgios, meanwhile, has only competed in 13 matches this season and is 9-4. He reached the semifinals of the ATP 250 event in Houston in April and didn’t participate in the French Open for the fifth consecutive year.
Underdog Picks – Nikoloz Basilashvili (+2000), Marton Fucsoviocs (+2500), and Marcos Giron (+2800)
A 30-year-old veteran from Georgia, Nikoloz Basilashvili has five singles titles in his career but has largely struggled this year with a record of 8-17. He lost to eventual champion Cilic in the second round at Stuttgart last year and should be looking at this as an opportunity to build some momentum.
Marton Fucsoviocs, meanwhile, is 11-12 this season and has climbed to No. 55 in the world. Coincidentally, he lost to Cilic in the Round of 64 at the French Open but opened the tournament with an impressive victory. He performs best on grass, where he has a career record of 30-19.
Marcos Giron is a long shot to win, but worth monitoring given his first-round opponent Jan-Lennard Struff. Giron has a 12-7 career record on grass and Struff is 16-26. As a qualifier, Giron reached the Round of 16 at the ATP Masters 100 event in Rome.
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