ATP 2022 Dallas Open Betting Favorites and Analysis

ATP 2022 Dallas Open Betting Favorites and Analysis

The 2022 Dallas Open is a new stop on the ATP Tour and will serve as a replacement tournament for the New York Open, which has struggled to attract decent crowds over the three years it’s been running. So instead, the competition moved to south Texas in hopes to see a better turnaround at the SMU Tennis Complex.

And just like we can expect the Dallas Open to be more attractive to tennis spectators, so are there plenty of excellent betting options for us to explore. And we will take a look at a few with our Tennis Betting preview for the 2022 Dallas Open, where we provide you with our picks for you to bet on with ATP Betting Odds.

2022 Dallas Open Tournament Expert Analysis | Tennis Betting

Taylor Fritz

Taylor Fritz is the bookie’s favorite to win the 2022 Dallas Open, which makes sense. The 24-year-old had a phenomenal run through the second half of the last season when he beat Norrie and Auger-Aliassime at the ATP Cup and then reached the fourth round of the Australian Open before he had to admit defeat to Tsitsipas.

While Fritz surely hoped for a deeper run in Australia, his performances saw him jump up the ladder into the world’s top 20 players for the first time of his career. He’ll open the Dallas Open against Oscar Otte or Jack Sock before he likely clashes with Marcos Giron in the QF.

With that in mind, it’s fair to say that Fritz has a fairly easy road to the finals and is definitely an appealing pick on the outright betting markets. And even though he has yet to win indoors on the ATP Tour, Fritz has two runner-up finishes and looks to be in great form.

Maxime Cressy

Priced as high as +650, Maxime Cressy is our second player to watch out for. Admittedly, he will have to fight his way past Reilly Opelka, but he’s a good bet at the offered odds.

Cressy is a three-time indoor winner at Challenger level and has had a solid showing in Australia, where he won 11/14 matches. He was a runner-up in Melbourne, made a QF run in Sydney, and reached the last-16 at the Australian Open.

Most notably, he beat Isner and Opelka in Australia, which are two players he could face this week, so he should feel confident in his chances to make a splash. Barring any surprise results, Cressy will likely meet Isner in the QF and Opelka in the semis, and if he can recreate his showing from the Land Down under, Cressy should be in a good spot to at least make the finals in Dallas.

Yoshihito Nishioka

For those looking for a longshot bet, Yoshihito Nishioka is the man for you. He is priced as high as +1800 on most bookies, which is a bit too high considering he has made the final of the Challenger events in Cleveland and Columbus and won the latter.

What’s more, Nishioka is a highly experienced indoors player and tens to perform best on quick surfaces. To confirm that, his only ATP crown came in Shenzen, one of the fastest outdoor hardcourts, and he also made QF at the Cincinnati Masters back in 2019. Adding to that, Nishioka has made QF in Singapore while playing on indoor courts.

Fatigue could be an issue, knowing that Nishioka has only recently finished competing in Cleveland and concluded his title-winning run in Columbus last week. But if he can stay fit, Nishioka could make some serious noise in Texas.


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