Davis Cup Final Betting Analysis & Free Tennis Picks – France vs. Belgium

France at DAvis Cup

Joao Mourato

Thursday, November 23, 2017 9:12 PM UTC

Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017 9:12 PM UTC

The 2017 season comes to an end this weekend with the Davis Cup Final taking place. Join us while we go through some of the most valuable lines for this weekend’s action and why you should place these bets.

France vs. Belgium

The Stade Pierre Mauroy in Lille hosts the Davis Cup Final with Indoor Hard Court as the chosen surface for this tie. Belgium is seeking its first Davis Cup title in history. Led by David Goffin, Belgium is in the final for the second time in three years. On the other hand, France is one of history’s most successful tennis nations with nine Davis Cup trophies. Nevertheless, Yannick Noah’s team lost its three last finals in 2002, 2010 and 2014.

 

Tie Analysis

At the age of 26, Goffin is going through the best moment in his career. In addition to his sensational 71.08% winning record in 2017, the Belgian no.1 reached the final at the ATP World Tour Finals. Despite his tremendous success in recent weeks, there are some concerns regarding David’s physical condition with the world no.7 saying that his knee needed some rest after the Masters in London.

Goffin won’t have an easy task on his debut against Lucas Pouille. Known as one of the most talented players in the game, Pouille holds an outstanding 69.23% winning record over the last 12 months on Indoor Hard Court. Adding to this, Lucas won all the previous three encounters against the Belgian. Due to Pouille’s recent success over this opponent and the doubts regarding Goffin’s physical conditions, it’s impossible to find any value on David’s current tennis betting odds to win this match at -189 at William Hill.

Playing on Davis Cup brings the best out of Steve Darcis with an incredible 80.00% winning record on this competition in 2017. However, it won’t be easy for the 33-year-old to overcome such a dangerous player on these court conditions as Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. Moreover, the French is one of the most successful players in Davis Cup history with an extraordinary 26 – 8 career record on this event. Even though we agree with Tsonga’s favoritism, this should be a closer match than the odds suggest. Nevertheless, the French should emerge victorious from this encounter and secure a precious point for the home team.

Taking a look now at the outright odds, France is the main favorite to lift the trophy at -323 at Pinnacle while BetOnline offers +300 for Belgium’s victory. Despite Nicolas Mahut absence, France should be the clear favorite to win the doubles match. Known as one of the best doubles players in the world, Pierre-Hugues Herbert only lost one doubles match throughout his career on Davis Cup. With this in mind, our suggestion is for you to add France's tennis betting odds to lift the trophy to your betting picks since we can’t see the home player wasting another opportunity to win their 10th Davis Cup title.

 

Free Tennis Pick: France to win (-323)Best Line Offered: at Pinnacle
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