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Daniil Medvedev looks to be the one to beat after defeating Novak Djokovic on Wednesday. Djokovic was the favorite coming into the tournament, with Medvedev not far behind. Rafael Nadal and Medvedev will now go head-to-head in the semifinals of the tournament, in what will be a rematch of a thrilling 2019 US Open final.
Two more matches of the Nitto ATP Finals will be played on Thursday with some players’ futures of the tournament already made up. Thiem, who entered the tournament with his odds in the middle of the pack, has been dominating his group this year, having not lost a match yet, and upsetting Nadal yesterday.
After a dominating opening match, can Nadal continue and possibly do something he’s never done before? Check out the odds and preview for the ATP Finals group stage matches on Tuesday, November 17 here.
The Finals in the Linz Open between Elise Mertens and Aryna Sabalenka takes place on Sunday, November 15th. Which player is the best bet?
Jannik Sinner and Vasek Pospisil will face off for the first time in their careers at the Sofia Open Finals tomorrow. Regardless of the outcome of the match, there will be a first-time champion, making it the sixth time that’s happened this year.
Both semifinal matches of the ATP Sofia Open will take place Friday, November 13. There have been a few upsets leading up to the semis, and this is easily any one of the last four players’ left tournament to win.
Rafael Nadal headlines the Paris Masters quarterfinals on Friday and is also the -134 favorite to win the tournament outright. Read on to see the odds and predictions for Friday’s quarterfinal action.
Fresh off an upset of Novak Djokovic, Lorenzo Sonego takes on Daniel Evans in the semifinals of the Vienna Open. We preview the match and offer our best bet here.
Can Dominic Thiem continue his road to defend his 2019 Vienna Open title? He’ll take on his toughest opponent of the tournament so far in Andrey Rublev in the quarterfinals. Check out the odds and our best bets here.
Home favorite Dominic Thiem looks to defend his title at the Erste Open in Vienna. Will he be able to get past World No. 1 Djokovic, who is competing in this tournament for the first time in 13 years? Get opening odds and betting predictions, here.
Maria Sakkari defeated former World No. 3 and No. 1 seed, Elina Svitolina on her way to the semi finals of the Ostrava Open. Can she send home a former World No. 1 too? Previews and best bets here.
It’s 3-seed Andrey Rublev battling seventh-seeded Borna Coric in the men’s final at the St Petersburg Open in Russia. Rublev is a perfect 3-0 in their head-to-head meetings – can he continue that trend and win the title? We preview the match and offer our best betting advice.
The semifinals of the ATP St. Petersburg Open get underway Saturday at 7:00 am and 8:30 am EST. There’s no real surprise in who’s participating, as all four players’ St. Petersburg Open odds prior to the tournament were in the Top 10. Who advances to the final? Read our previews here.
In a tournament that moved from May/June to September/October, with four of the top ten players choosing not to participate, unseeded Iga Swiatek found her place. The 19-year old became the lowest-ranked women’s finalist at the French Open when she won her semifinal match on Thursday. She will take on another tough opponent in 21-year old Sofia Kenin.
Fourth seed, Sofia Kenin will take on seventh seed, Petra Kvitova in the semifinals of the 2020 French Open. This will be the third time the players have played each other in their careers, and Kvitova is the favorite heading into the match.
French Open Women’s Singles Quarterfinals Odds & Previews Oct 7: Kvitova vs Siegemund & Collins vs Kenin
The last two matches of the quarterfinals will be played Wednesday for the women. The last two seeded players of the tournament will be competing in each of the matches. Read our previews of Petra Kvitova vs Laura Siegemund and Danielle Rose Collins vs Sofia Kenin here.
Nadia Podoroska’s French Open Odds Now +800 After Becoming the First Qualifier to Ever Reach Semifinals
Nadia Podoroska has seen her French Open odds shift dramatically since the start of the tournament. On September 29th, her odds were listed at +75000. And now entering the semifinals, her odds to win are +800. At this point, this is anyone’s tournament, and there is a possibility for a first-time Grand Slam winner.
French Open Women’s Singles Quarterfinals Odds & Previews Oct 6: Swiatek vs Trevisan & Svitolina vs Podoroska
The French Open quarterfinals will begin on Tuesday with two matches being played for the women’s singles. Going into the final eight, many players that were expected to be playing are not, due to some incredible upsets that have come in the earlier rounds. The two matches being played tomorrow feature two qualifiers, and only one seeded player participating.
Iga Swiatek Now Favored to Win French Open Women’s Singles After Defeating Simona Halep In Round of 16
Upsets have reshaped the French Open women’s draw, with top-seeded Simona Halep and fifth-seeded Kiki Bertens getting bounced. It’s put relative unknown Iga Swiatek as the betting favorite. We look at the odds of the remaining contenders and offer our best prediction.