The top 8 players in the game head to the O2 in London for the ATP World Tour Finals season-ending showcase. Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic have shared the Grand Slams this season and they are the top two players going into the event whilst Roger Federer will be looking to continue to challenge in London. Defending champion Alexander Zverev will be looking for a repeat performance in the capital whilst Dominic Thiem, Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas will be looking to cap brilliant seasons by winning the ‘5th slam of the year’. Here are our top ATP World Tour Finals betting tips and predictions.
The ATP World Tour final has been the season-ending event since 1970 and it is one of the most prestigious events on the tour. Roger Federer leads the way with 6 ATP World Tour Final wins whilst Ivan Lendl, Novak Djokovic and Pete Sampras have won the event 5 times each.
The event is played in two round-robin stages (4 players each) with the top two from each group qualifying for the semi-finals, the winners of which will contest Sunday’s final showpiece.
2019 ATP World Tour Finals Draw
Group Andre Agassi
Group Bjorn Borg
|Rafael Nadal||Novak Djokovic|
|Daniil Medvedev||Roger Federer|
|Stefanos Tsitsipas||Dominic Thiem|
|Alexander Zverev||Matteo Berrettini|
Sunday 10th – Sunday 17th November 2019.
Roger Federer is a six-time winner of the ATP World Tour Finals event and how he would love to pick up a 7th title here. World number two Novak Djokovic has won this title 5 times whilst remarkably, current world number one Rafael Nadal has never won the event. Defending champion Alexander Zverev is the only other previous winner in the draw this season.
2019 ATP Next Gen Finals Outright Winner Odds:-
Serb Novak Djokovic comes into the ATP World Tour finals in fine form having won the Paris Masters last time out. With two Grand Slams to his name this term, it has been another unforgettable season for Djokovic who will be the hot favourite to cap 2019 in style in London.
Perennial ATP World Tour finals champion Roger Federer arrives in London in decent form too after having won his home town event in Basel last time out. The Swiss supremo hasn’t managed to pick up a Grand Slam title this season but came close at Wimbledon and he will have plenty of support in London this week.
US Open runner up Daniil Medvedev has emerged as a major player on the ATP Tour in recent months and he has climbed to number 4 in the world rankings. It will be his first appearance at the ATP World Tour finals in London and he looks good value to mix it with the big boys this week.
World number one Rafael Nadal is a major injury doubt going into the event in London but he always competes to the very best of his abilities. This event has eluded him over the years and if his body can hold up, he should be in contention throughout the week, despite having a tricky draw on paper.
French Open finalist Dominic Thiem has enjoyed his most consistent campaign on the tour in 2019 and his tournament wins in Indian Wells and Vienna have been the highlights of an impressive season. In total, he has won 5 tournaments this term and he could be a good outside bet to go deep this week.
Defending champion Alexander Zverev hasn’t enjoyed his best season on the ATP Tour but it’s easy to forget the German is still only 21 years of age. His win at the O2 last season appeared to be a real stand out moment in his career so far and on the quick courts in London, he looks good value to go well again in 2019.
Greek youngster Stefanos Tsitsipas has had an incredible season in 2019 and his game continues to go from strength to strength. He looks to have a game made for top-level tennis and his consistency at such a young age makes him one to watch going into next season.
Italian Matteo Berrettini has blossomed late on in the season in 2019 and is one of the form players going into the event. His run to the semi-finals of the US Open and Shanghai Masters saw him pick up the points needed to qualify for the event and he will be relishing the freedom that comes with being the 8th seed at the O2.