The ATP 500 Queen’s Club Championships, also known as the Cinch Championships, kicks off on June 13 with a series of first-round matches. The ATP exclusive event features a singles and doubles draw with many of the world’s top players. It’s being played simultaneously with the Terra Wortmann Open.
Established in 1889, it is among the longest-running annual events on tour and serves as the lead-in to Wimbledon. It’s time to take a look at the upcoming Queen’s Club Championships tournament so you can bet against the ATP Betting Lines.
Tennis Betting Preview for the 2022 ATP Cinch Championships Tournament
2022 ATP Cinch Championships Info
- When: June 13-19
- Where: The Queen’s Club in London, England
- Draw: 32
- Defending Champion: Matteo Berrettini
Not only is Italian Matteo Berrettini the defending champion at The Queen’s Club, but he’s also coming off of a championship at The BOSS Open, an ATP 250 event in Germany. Berrettini defeated Andy Murray, who’s also in the draw at the Cinch Championships, 6-4, 7-5, 6-3 in the final.
Marin Cilic, another solid player on grass who won The BOSS Open last year, is also one of the favorites in the draw. Murray and French Open finalist Casper Ruud are also looking to build momentum heading into the final grass tournament before Wimbledon.
Odds to Win 2022 Cinch Championships
- Matteo Berrettini +550
- Marin Cilic +550
- Casper Ruud +700
- Andy Murray +850
- Jenson Brooksby +1200
- Taylor Fritz +1400
- Denis Shapovalov +1400
- Cameron Norrie +1400
The Favorites – Berrettini (+500), Cilic (+550), Ruud (+700)
Berrettini, the No. 2 seed in the draw behind Ruud, comes in riding plenty of momentum. He defeated Englishman Cameron Norrie in the final of last year’s tournament and is now world No. 10 thanks to his impressive 13-6 record this season.
An Italian has won the singles title at The Queens Club in four of the last eight years, so Berrettini also has that on his side. However, he has some potential trouble with his first-round opponent Dan Evans, who won his first title at the 2021 Murray River Open with a finals victory over Felix Auger-Aliassime.
Cilic, meanwhile, has had somewhat of a career resurgence this season, capped off with a semifinal appearance in the French Open. The 33-year-old is 18-12 and chasing his first title of the season and 21st of his career at a place where he’s already a two-time champion. He hasn’t played since Roland Garros, so he should be well-rested.
Ruud, meanwhile, is 30-10 this season with two titles and a final appearance at Roland Garros. The Norwegian star had some impressive victories in the French Open and will be looking to further establish himself as one of the best young players on the ATP Tour at The Queen’s Club.
Underdog Picks – Denis Shapovalov (+1400), Cameron Norrie (+1400), and Stan Wawrinka (+5000)
Denis Shapovalov’s star has faded somewhat since winning his first ATP Tour title in 2019, but he is still a top-20 player who can compete with anyone on his best day. He’s coming off first-round losses in three consecutive tournaments but defeated Rafael Nadal on clay in the Round of 16 at the Italian Open earlier this season and was 9-3 on grass last year, which included a Wimbledon semifinal appearance.
Norrie, meanwhile, isn’t exactly most comfortable on grass but has taken his game to another level in 2022. He has a record of 26-13, has titles, and appeared in three finals. He’ll also have the support of the crowd as he attempts to get back to the final.
Veteran Stan Wawrinka has battled injuries over the last couple of seasons but is still a world-class talent. The 37-year-old Swiss player is one of only a select few players on tour not named Nadal, Federer, or Djokovic to win a Grand Slam. It’s not often you can bet on that caliber of player at +5000, so it’s worth a shot.
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