ATP 2022 Terra Wortmann Open Betting Analysis, Odds Favorites & Predictions

ATP 2022 Terra Wortmann Open Betting Analysis, Odds Favorites & Predictions

The ATP 500 Halle, also known as the Terra Wortmann Open, officially began on June 11 with qualifying matches and got going with first-round matches on Monday, June 13. One of eight grass-court events on the ATP calendar, it is welcoming fans for the first time since before the pandemic. 

Frenchman Ugo Humbert won last year’s tournament with no fans in attendance. Roger Federer, the 2019 champion, is still recovering from surgery and won’t be participating in this year’s event. 

Still, the field for the Terra Wortmann Open, being played concurrently with the Cinch Championships in England, is fairly impressive. That said, let’s take a closer look at the upcoming Terra Wortmann Open tournament so you can bet against the ATP Betting Lines.

Tennis Betting Preview for the 2022 ATP Terra Wortmann Open Tournament

2022 ATP Terra Wortmann Open Info

  • When: June 13-19
  • Where: Gerry Weber Stadion in Halle, Germany
  • Draw: 32
  • Defending Champion: Ugo Humbert

Still a relatively young event, the Terra Wortmann Open was created in 1993 and has since been dominated by Federer, who is a 10-time champion at ATP Halle. His absence last year left the door open for Ugo Humbert to win his third title. 

This year’s draw is as strong as it has ever been and should feature some compelling tennis as the world’s top players gear up for Wimbledon next week.

Odds to Win 2022 Terra Wortmann Open

  • Daniil Medvedev +225
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas +650
  • Andrey Rublev +700
  • Nick Kyrgios +750
  • Felix Auger-Aliassime +750
  • Hubert Hurkacz +1000
  • Karen Khachanov +1400
  • Sebastian Korda +2000

The Favorites – Medvedev (+225), Tsitsipas (+650), and Rublev (+700)

The new World No. 1 Daniil Medvedev is the heavy favorite to win the Terra Wortmann Open. Medvedev, who surpassed Djokovic in the rankings released Monday, is 22-8 this season but is still searching for his first title. 

A favorite to win Wimbledon, Medvedev kicked off his grass-court season with three consecutive straight-set victories at the Libema Open before he was upset in the final by Dutch player Tim van Rijthoven, who won his first title in his home country.

Stefanos Tsitsipas, ranked No. 6 in the world, is 35-12 this season and coming off a quarter-finals loss to Andy Murray at the BOSS Open. The 23-year-old Greek player is searching for his second title this season.

Rublev, meanwhile, has a good history at ATP Halle. The 11-time ATP Tour winner reached the final of last year’s event and has been improving on the grass in recent years. He went 7-2 on grass last season.

Underdog Picks – Auger-Aliassime (+750), Hurkacz (+1000), and Humbert (+2500)

Felix Auger-Aliassime has all the talent in the world and seems poised for a breakout anytime soon. He took Rafael Nadal to five sets at Roland Garros, which is an accomplishment in its own right, is 28-14 this season. He also won his first title at the ATP Tour 250 event in Marseille, France, in February and has a favorable draw.

Hubert Hurkacz, the fifth seed in the tournament, is up one to the world No. 12 ranking, despite losing his Round of 16 match at the BOSS Open to Marton Fucsovics. 

It’s not often a defending champion has outright odds as low as Ugo Humbert (+2500), but the Frenchman is 4-13 this year and is now ranked No. 50 in the world after reaching a career-best No. 25 following last year’s win. Perhaps returning to the Gerry Weber Stadion could turn his season around.

 
 

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