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Tennis ATP World Tour Finals Betting Tips
The ATP World Tour Finals will take place in London this week and Novak Djokovic is defintely the man to beat. Djokovic is in the same side of the draw as Cilic, Berdych and Wawrinka, meaning he avoids Roger Federer and Andy Murray.
Realistically, it’s going to be hard for anyone to knock Djokovic off this weekend, as he comes in defending a 25 match unbeaten streak indoors. The most likely final at the O2 is being tipped as a meeting between Federer and Djokovic, but Andy Murray will fancy having a say in that.
Djokovic is best price 1.91 with Boylesports to come out on top, whilst Roger Federer is available at 5.00 with Ladbrokes. Andy Murray is available at 8.00 with Boylesports, and although you have to treat all the competitors with respect, it’ll be hard for anyone to stop the top three.
Kei Nishikori has made public his intent to win the entire thing, but it’s something that’s a lot easier to say that it is to do. Nishokori will begin his weekend with a tough match agaisnst Andy Murray, and although it’s a winnable tie, it’ll be Nishokori’s first ever experience of this particular event.
Not only does Nishokori want to win the event, he’s made his lofty ambitions very clear. A top five, maybe even three, spot in the world is the aim over the next 12 months, and a deep run in this competition would be a good start.
Unfortunately, Kei just lacks the experience needed to do any of the things he’s currently talking about. He’s capable of taking a setting and pushing Andy Murray, but I doubt he’ll topple the Scot in Sundays opener.
One person who may well have a rather successful weekend however, is Roger Federer. The Swiss legend is chasing history this weekend, as he looks to win the season finale for the seventh time. In doing so, Federer would tie Pete Sampras record, as he’d finish a top of the season rankings for the sixth time.
Milos Raonic is the first opponent for Federer and represents a very winnable game. He’ll find the going a little tougher against Novak Djokovic, who’s looking to win the event for the third year in a row.
The thing that I think will carry Federer past the likes of Raonic and Nishokori at least is not only his incredible fitness levels at his current age, but the experience that he brings with him from previous seasons.
I think Federer is extremely likely to start the weekend with a win, as all the experience players here know the importance of winning your first game.
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