3 Betting Odds for the ATP World Tour Singles Finals 2018
The best men’s singles tennis professionals are slinging it out at the hard courts of London for The Nitto ATP World Tour Singles Trophy this week.
London Masters start today!
— We Are Tennis (@WeAreTennis) November 11, 2018
The top eight ranked pros fit enough to play were invited to The O2 Arena in London from November 11 to 18 for a week of entertaining and high-quality tennis matches. Despite the absence of now world number two Rafael Nadal and number four Juan Martin del Potro due to injuries, many still expect this year’s ATP World Tour Finals to be an explosive tournament all throughout.
Tennis fans and avid bettors looking for a way to earn money thanks to this seven-day event can check out these three ATP World Tour Finals Singles odds offered by reputable online sportsbooks.
Zverev – Isner
With the other qualifying group—Group Lleyton Hewitt—already sorted out, the eyes of the tennis world turn toward Group Guga Kuerten where only one of the four remaining semifinal spots is still up for grabs.
World number five and third seed Alexander Zverev will need to beat already eliminated number 10 and eighth-seeded John Isner to have a chance at qualifying for the next stage.
Djokovic – Cilic
On the other match of the group, World Tour number one Novak Djokovic has already qualified to the semifinals. However, he needs to beat world number seven Marin Cilic to secure the top position of the group. Meanwhile, Cilic is in dire need of a win to advance to the next round.
The odds suggested that there would be no upsets at this match. An expected Djokovic win is priced at 1/7 by William Hill, bet365, and Sky Bet. On the other hand, bettors who believe in a Cilic shocker can place their wages on the 9/2 odds offered by the same three bookies.
ATP World Tour Finals Winner
There are two clear favorites to win the whole tournament this year.
Unsurprisingly, the shortest odds belong to Djokovic. His resurgence from a massive slump at the start of the year was a remarkable sight, and so are his tennis skills. William Hill has the tournament first seed to lift the trophy at 1/3. Meanwhile, bet365’s odds stood at 4/11.
Following Djokovic is second seed and world number three Roger Federer, arguably the biggest name on the eight-man roster. The 37-year-old remains evergreen and looks to win his seventh ATP Finals victory. William Hill and bet365 both have Federer at 7/2.
Tennis fans can catch Djokovic, Federer and more at the ATP World Tour Singles Finals in London. Both semifinal matches would be held on November 17, with the finale scheduled for November 18.