Kei Nishikori Red Hot 4/6 Favorite To Win Memphis ATP
There are three certainties in life – death, taxes, and Kei Nishikori winning in Memphis!
While there is no such thing as a 100% safe bet, Japan’s world no.7 Kei Nishikori looks an almost nailed-on cert at 4/6 to triumph at the ATP Memphis Open which begins on Monday (8 February). Nishikori is gunning for a record fourth straight title in “The Birthplace of the Blues”, and as the only world’s top-tenner in a draw which features American stars Sam Query and Donald Young, plus former world no.2 Tommy Haas, who has himself lifted the trophy in Memphis three times, the first way back in 1999.
The Memphis Open has a proud history that dates back to 1975, and no less than nine world no.1s have triumphed there including US legends Jimmy Connors, John McEnroe, Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi.
Why Kei Will Be King In Memphis
26-year old Kei Nishikori (4/6) will be looking to extend his 12-match streak when he embarks on a fourth straight title at the Memphis Open. He won the event last season overcoming big-serving Sam Query in a tight three-set semifinal, then dominated the giant South African Kevin Anderson 6-4, 6-4 in the final, announcing afterward of his intentions to “move to Memphis” as he hoisted the guitar-shaped winner’s trophy for a third time.
The hardcourts of Memphis clearly suit Nishikori’s precise, powerful baseline game. Hardly one of modern tennis’ largest players, the 5’10’’ Nishikori nevertheless generates freakish hitting power from the back of the court, as demonstrated by his memorable thrashing of current world no.1 Novak Djokovic in the 2014 US Open semis.
Speaking of Novak, it was he who ended Nishikori’s Australian Open run at the quarterfinal stage last month. A straight-sets win over tenth seed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the previous round had given Kei and his supporters optimism that he could go all the way in Melbourne, but he was brought down to earth by Djokovic, who as as beaten Aussie finalist Andy Murray can attest, is playing tennis from another planet these days.
Fortunately for Nishikori, Djokovic won’t be in Memphis this week, but even “The Djoker” might find it a tough-ask dislodging Japan’s greatest ever tennis player from his favorite event.
Kei Nishikori looks an excellent bet to win in Memphis at 4/6!
World no. 48 Donald Young (12/1) knows what it’s like to wear the weight of expectancy. Dubbed “the future of tennis” while barely out of his teens by no less an authority than John McEnroe, Young became the best junior player in the world, but found the transition into the pros much tougher.
As a black American who played the game like a left-handed Andre Agassi, hopes were high for Young, but he never quite fulfilled his enormous potential – at least not so far.
For years Young struggled to crack the world’s top-100, and he once suffered the indignity of 17-straight first-round exits on the ATP tour. Young is 26-years old now, and has found more consistency of late, hovering in and around the world’s top-50 for the last couple of seasons.
Young enjoys playing on home soil, and he reached the semifinals in Memphis last season, defeating current world no-20 Bernard Tomic in the quarterfinals before going down to Kevin Anderson in three sets.
Despite reaching the last-16 in Melbourne in 2015 and having high-hopes for a similar run this year, Young crashed out of the Australian Open to Santiago Giraldo in four sets. Expect him to do much better this week in Memphis, and if Kei Nishikori suffers any kind of wobble, Young might just be able to grab his maiden ATP title.
Donald Young to win in Memphis is a solid 12/1.
Remember the name – Taylor Harry Fritz (22/1). You may not have heard of the 18-year old Californian ranked 143 rd in the world, but you soon will. Fritz is a former junior world no.1, and is America’s brightest talent since Andy Roddick. At 6’4’’ Fritz already has an enormous serve and massive forehand, and moves exceptionally well for such a tall man.
The rise up the ATP rankings for Fritz has been dramatic – this time last year he was ranked 935 th in the world, but a solid season on the challenger tour saw his ranking rise. In January Fritz won an ATP Challenger event in Australia before winning through to the main draw of the Australian Open, falling at the first hurdle but not before he had given America’s current young star Jack Sock all he could handle for four sets.
Taylor Fritz loves a fast court, and they don’t come much faster than those in Memphis. If the youngster can negotiate his way through the early rounds, he could emerge as a real threat to lift this trophy and follow in the footsteps of those illustrious Americans who have triumphed here before, including Fritz’s idol Pete Sampras.
Taylor Fritz to lift the trophy in Memphis is an exciting outside bet at 22/1!
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November 11, 2013ATP World Tour Finals Betting Tips
By Mark Rawlinson
Rafael Nadal will be aiming to claim his first ever ATP World Tour Finals title this evening as he faces Novak Djokovic in the final of the season’s curtain closer.
Nadal has already won all four of the Grand Slams, the Davis Cup and an Olympic gold but still hasn’t claimed the final tournament of the season.
The singles final is due to begin at around 8pm at the O2 Arena in London, following immediately after the doubles final.Djokovic Favourite
As was expected before the tournament, defending champion Djokovic has made it all the way through and is the pre-match favourite to collect his second World Finals title.
He beat Roger Federer in straight sets last year and this year overcame Federer’s compatriot Stanislas Wawrinka in relative ease, 6-3, 6-3.
He now faces Nadal for the second time in just over two months after the pair met in the China Open final at the start of October, with Djokovic winning that meeting 6-4, 6-3.
Like Beijing, the ATP World Tour finals played on a hard court may play into Djokovic’s hands and Bet Victor provide the best odds on the Serb winning the match outright at 4/7.
Set betting is also provided by all the major bookies, and my Bet of the Day is on Djokovic to win two sets to one, with Sportingbet providing the best odds on that scoreline at 16/5.Nadal’s Chances
Nadal has arguably been the player of the season on the ATP World Tour, so perhaps it would be apt if he were able to claim the final title of the campaign.
Of course, tennis isn’t as simple as that, but Nadal’s record in the tournament has been impressive; he’s only dropped on set during his four matches so far.
The Spaniard has already scooped ten titles this season, including the French Open and US Open, and lead the head to head against Nadal, 22-16.
He’s also won three of their five meeting this season, in the semis in France, the semis in the Montreal Masters, and the final of the US Open.
Betfred provide the best odds on Nadal taking his first World Tour Finals title this evening, offering 13/8.Doubles Final
In the final of the doubles tournament which has run concurrently with the singles tournament, the Bryan brothers face David Marreno and Fernando Verdasco.
Bob and Mike Bryan are three times winners of the World Tour finals, having already lifted the title in 2003, 2004 and 2009, and are considerable favourites ahead of making it a fourth today.
They beat second seeds Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares in straight sets in the semis, and Ladbrokes, amongst others, provide the best odds of 2/5 on them taking the title tonight.
It’s the first major final for Spanish duo Peya and Soares, and Bet 365 offer the best price on them causing an upset at 9/4.
You can watch the doubles final live on Sky Sports 3 from 6pm tonight, with the singles following the conclusion, both on Sky Sports 3 and BBC Three.
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Clearly not going to see a whole host of stars giving themselves a work out just a week or so before Wimbledon. The grass court season is short and sweet, and along with the AEGON International in England this week, there is the ATP s-Herogenbosch in the Netherlands to enjoy some betting on. This is the Topshelf Open and it is still a critical grass court stop for players to try and get their footing on the surface before Wimbledon. It is just one of five ATP World Tour events played on grass.
But it does suffer in running the week prior to Wimbledon, but there are two top ten players out in action in the Netherlands. Topping the bill this week in Spain’s David Ferrer, who couldn’t stand up to the power of Rafael Nadal in the final of the French Open recently. The Spaniard doesn’t have a terrible record on grass, having won two titles before on the surface, and one of them was here last year (his second s-Hertogenbosch title. Ferrer is reliable on grass, and hits the Netherlands with a 12-1 record at the event, and is strong outright favourite given his ranking status and current form, yet is still some value.
Behind him the biggest challenge should come from Switzerland’s Stanislas Wawrinka. He has been in great form all year, getting his hands on one title. Has never proven himself to be great on grass though, with a losing record on the surface heading to this event. Not the most reliable on grass, it has to be said. Should be up there in the betting though, because of his form, and it will all depend on how quickly he settles in on grass. The best outside bet should be France’s Benoit Paire who was a semi finalist here last year.
Stat: Two time winner David Ferrer has a 12-1 match record at s-Hertogenbosch
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The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals kick start on the 13th November culminating in the final on Sunday 20th November at the O2 Arena in London. ATP Finals Betting has never been this exciting as 2016 brings with it some familiar as well as new faces to the game.
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At 10:00 Moscow time, all fans of tennis will be watching closely Gonzalez/Peralta – Koolhof/Sitak, as one of the strongest rackets of the world is found. The last time they played with each other five years ago, but there were only four matches between these rivals. In them Gonzalez/Peralta and Koolhof/Sitak have two wins, and, in every fight was a fight to the last, so that no meeting was completed ahead of schedule. And this match is scheduled for 21 October.
In the tennis match Gonzalez/Peralta – Koolhof/Sitak, the world’s leading bookmakers surprised everyone with their odds, putting 1.66 and 2.375 on their opponents accordingly.
Gonzalez/Peralta is initially ranked among the favorites of this tournament, as last year we managed to reach the semi-final where there was a defeat from the future winner. But while the 43rd racket of the world does not meet expectations, because earlier it was necessary to confront simple rivals who are only in the third hundred rating, but never managed to win an early victory, and it was constantly necessary to play three sets. Yes, Gonzalez/Peralta has many aces, but too many mistakes are made, as for a representative of big tennis of such a high level. Often Gonzalez/Peralta is mistaken at the reception, although none of the opponents was distinguished by a powerful pitch that could create serious problems. Gonzalez/Peralta does not always feel the back line, and also uses only forehand, practically not owning the backend.
Recently Koolhof/Sitak proves that it is “a hard nut to crack” for any opponent, because this season it turned out to be worthy to confront even representatives of the top ten tennis rating. Especially Koolhof/Sitak reveals his talent on the ground, for which the style of playing the 170th racket of the world fits as much as possible. Koolhof/Sitak acts very reliably in the defense, closing the back line, and also covering the whole area of the court. But at the reception Koolhof/Sitak acts quite aggressively, constantly twisting the ball and launching it along various complex trajectories. Unlike the last few years, now Koolhof/Sitak can boast of stability, because you can see the full concentration on the game, so now Koolhof/Sitak is not only the favorite of this match, but the whole tournament. Koolhof/Sitak has a good physical shape and can withstand the match in a few hours.
Gonzalez/Peralta is still picking up the form, and Koolhof/Sitak is in good condition, so despite the position in the ranking, tennis experts are offered to bet that Koolhof/Sitak will win.
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