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ATP Finals 2019 Odds

Who will win the ATP Finals 2019?

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The ATP Finals is the end of year tournament for the highest ranked singles players of the year, a chance for the best of the best to showcase their talents. It will take place from the tenth of November to the seventeenth in London, at the O2 arena. The eight players are divided into two groups of 4, with each player playing against everyone else in their group, and the victors of each group playing the runners up in the semi-final, for the last showdown of the year in the final. Last year it was Alexander Zverev who emerged victorious, arguably his greatest achievement of his career so far, as he beat Novak Djokovic in the final.

The list of players for the tournament is not yet quite decided. Four players are guaranteed their sport: Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Daniil Medvedev. Any of these stand a very good chance of winning the whole thing. Nadal will come into the tournament as the last player to have won a Grand Slam after his US Open victory against fellow competitor Daniil Medvedev. Nadal’s physicality is exceptional and his forehand is a weapon that adds so much to his well rounded game.

Medvedev has had his best ever season so far this year, with an absolutely incredible string of performances this summer, reaching the final in each of his last four tournaments. Two defeats against Nadal in these finals could spur him on to put everything on the line should the two meet again.

Federer, approaching his thirty ninth birthday is against all common sense still a phenomenal player, and his trademark one handed backhand is a force to be reckoned with. He has won twenty grand slams in his illustrious career, and he’ll be hoping to make it his seventh ATP Finals win. Djokovic has won this tournament five times, four of these victories coming consecutively, and he’ll be hoping to avoid any injury after he pulled out of the US Open. The Serb is unbelievable at the top of his game, and has three final victories against Federer and one against Nadal in the final of this competition.

The last four are still battling for their place, although it seems that Dominic Thiem and Stefanos Tsitsipas have all but guaranteed qualification. Thiem reached the final of the French Open this year but lost against Nadal, however an ATP Finals victory is definitely in his grasp. Tsitsipas has continually impressed despite his young age, and will come to the tournament with bags of confidence.

Roberto Bautista Agut is looking likely to qualify and could use his incredible Wimbledon run as momentum for this tournament. Nishikori would qualify as it stands, and his rounded game is tricky for any of his opponents.

Matteo Berretini will try and snatch the last place however, and his impressive run in the US Open to the semi-final will be ample encouragement, and Zverev will be doing everything he can to defend his title this year.


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