Join us for our tennis betting analysis for the ATP Rotterdam, New York and Buenos Aires. Find out the most valuable lines for this week's action on the ATP World Tour.
ATP Rotterdam – Undeniable Favorite
Roger Federer accepted a late wildcard for the ABN AMRO World Tennis tournament in Rotterdam. The 36-year-old can guarantee a return to the No.1 in the ATP Rankings next week if he advances to the semifinals in Rotterdam. It has been more than five years since Federer sat atop the tennis world with the 20-time Grand Slam champion also looking for a third career title on this event.
Taking a look now at Roger’s draw in Rotterdam, the No.1 seed is the undeniable favorite to lift the trophy. After Stan Wawrinka’s surprising defeat in the opening round, Alexander Zverev is the only main threat on his half of the draw. Adding to this, David Goffin and Grigor Dimitrov might also cause some problems to the Swiss on this event. Nevertheless, Federer is the man to beat in Rotterdam after his recent victory at the Australian Open. With this in mind, our suggestion is for you to add Roger’s outright to your betting picks at +110 at BetVictor.
ATP New York – Home Favorite
Once considered the future of American men’s tennis, Ryan Harrison is finally living up to expectations. After winning his first title at the Memphis Open in 2017, the 25-year-old reached his third career title earlier this season at the Brisbane International. Adding to this, playing in the U.S. brings the best out of Harrison with the world No.44 winning 67.30% of the matches played throughout his career in his home country when priced as favorite.
Harrison couldn’t have asked for more on his debut in New York after a straight-sets victory over Donald Young. Looking now at Ryan’s draw on this event, the No.6 seed won’t have an easy task in the following round against Ivo Karlovic. Known as one of the best servers in tennis history, Karlovic fired an impressive average of 1.82 aces per service game on his opening match against Jared Donaldson. The sportsbooks expect a close encounter with Ryan as the slight favorite at -125 at 5Dimes while BetOnline offers +102 for Karlovic’s victory. Even though we understand Harrison’s favoritism, it won’t be easy for the American to break Ivo’s serve. Therefore, our advice is for you to place a bet on the Over 25.5 at -125 at Pinnacle as the best betting approach for this contest.
ATP Buenos Aires – All-Spaniard Affair
Pablo Carreno Busta continues his quest for first title of the season. Known as one of the best clay-court players on the ATP World Tour, the world No.10 was upset by Andrej Martin on his opening match at the Ecuador Open last week. With only a couple of days to prepare his participation, Carreno Busta couldn’t adjust to the altitude in Quito. Nevertheless, the Spaniard can never be underestimated on this surface.
Pablo starts his campaign this Wednesday against fellow countryman Guillermo Garcia-Lopez. Despite Guillermo’s solid win over Carlos Berlocq in the previous round, it’s impossible to ignore the tremendous value on Carreno Busta’s tennis betting odds. Having said that, our recommendation is for you to place a bet on Pablo to cover his -3 spread at -108 at Pinnacle.