WTA & ATP 2022 Rothesay International Betting Analysis, Odds Favorites & Predictions

WTA & ATP 2022 Rothesay International Betting Analysis, Odds Favorites & Predictions

The 2022 Rothesay International, also known as the Viking Eastbourne, is a WTA 500 and ATP 250 event that takes place at Devonshire Park in Eastbourne, England. The tournament has been a combined event since 2017, replacing the Nottingham Open on the ATP Tour. It was created in 1974 as a WTA exclusive event.

While many of the biggest stars on the ATP are participating in the Mallorca Championships ahead of Wimbledon, the women’s draw at Rothesay is fairly impressive. However, the biggest name in the draw is only competing in doubles.

Serena Williams, 40, announced she would make her singles return at the upcoming Wimbledon but is getting back into form in the doubles competition with Ons Jabeur. A 27-year-old native of Tunisia, Jabeur is the world No. 3 and betting favorite in the women’s draw, which also includes Karolina Pliskova, Maria Sakkari, and defending champion Jelena Ostapenko. Let’s have a closer look at the upcoming tournament so you can plan your bets against the WTA Odds and the ATP Lines.

Tennis Betting Preview for the 2022 Rothesay International Tournament

2022 Rothesay International 

  • When: June 18-25
  • Where: Devonshire Park Lawn Tennis Club in Eastbourne, UK
  • Defending Female/Male Champion: Jelena Ostapenko/Dan Evans

WTA Odds to Win 2022 Rothesay International

  • Ons Janeur +450
  • Maria Sakkari +750
  • Karolina Pliskova +850
  • Paula Badosa +900
  • Madison Keys +1100

ATP Odds to Win 2022 Rothesay International

  • Cam Norrie +500
  • Jannik Sinner +700
  • Sebastian Korda +750
  • Alex De Minaur +750
  • Lorenzo Sonego +1000

Best Bets: Janeur (+450), Pliskova (+850), Norrie (+500), and Evans (+1200)

Despite being the tournament favorite, Janeur will likely attract more eyes to her doubles competition alongside Williams. Yet, she’s coming off of her second WTA singles title in Berlin this past week with a two-set victory over Belinda Bencic. Janeur also defeated upcoming star Coco Gauff in the semi-finals.

Pliskova, meanwhile, is the world’s No. 7 but has yet to win a title this season. She’s only 8-9 through 17 matches and is coming off a two-set loss to Gauff in Berlin last weekend. She’s up against Briton Katie Boulter in the Round of 32, so she will need to overcome the crowd advantage to advance.

On the men’s side, Norrie will be able to use the home crowd to his advantage. The top seed in the tournament earns a bye to the Round of 16 and is coming off a disappointing first-round loss to Gregor Dmitrov at the Queen’s Club Championship. He should be especially motivated to put together good results ahead of Wimbledon.

Evans, like Norrie, can use the crowd to his advantage this week. He also has the benefit of drawing upon past success at Rothesay. He lost to Matteo Berrettini in the Round of 32 at the Queen’s Club Championship but won the ATP Challenger event in Nottingham the week prior. The world No. 33 is 12-14 this season.

Value Bets: Garbrine Muguruza (+1400), Petra Kvitova (+2000), Taylor Fritz (+1400), and Maxime Cressy (+4000)

Gabrine Muguruza is the fifth seed in the women’s draw and has a favorable second-round match against qualifier Magdalena Frech. Kvitova, a strong grass court player, has struggled this year but is always considered a contender when she’s in the draw.

Taylor Fritz, the third seed in the tournament, has a bye into the Round of 16, so they only need to win four matches to win the tournament. Fellow American Maxime Cressy, an even bigger longshot at +4000, won his first two matches at the Queen’s Club Championship before losing to eventual champion Hubert Hurkacz. 


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