Betting Tips

Madrid Open Men’s Quarter Finals Betting Tips

Some of the biggest names in men’s tennis converge in the quarter finals in Madrid in what promises to be a fascinating week of tennis. With 7 of the world’s top 10 left in the draw and 5 Grand Slam champions in action, the field in Madrid could not be stronger and this could be a good yard stick with the French Open on the horizon at the end of the month.  Here are our Madrid Open Men’s Quarter Finals betting tips.

 

Our Madrid Open Last 8 Predictions:

Match Betting

Novak Djokovic vs Marin Cilic

Odds:

Novak Djokovic – 2/11 (William Hill)

Marin Cilic – 5/1 (Bet-at-Home)

World number 1 Novak Djokovic takes on Marin Cilic in what promises to be real battle in the Spanish capital. Cilic had been in rotten form prior to his arrival in Madrid and isn’t known for his clay court prowess but showed real resolve in the last 3 rounds to win in 3 sets. Djokovic meanwhile has had no issues on route to the last 8.

Head to Head

This will be the 20th meeting between these two men with Djokovic possessing an unbelievable 17:2 winning record over Cilic.

Top Match Bet

Cilic has done well to reach the last 8 here in Madrid but Djokovic should pick up a comfortable win on the clay.

Novak Djokovic to win the match 2 sets to 0 – 3/5 with Guts

Match Betting 

Dominic Thiem vs Roger Federer

Odds

Dominic Thiem – 1/2 (888sport)

Roger Federer – 2/1 (MansionBet)

Two men that have faced off many times in recent weeks meet again in the last 8 in Madrid in what could be an epic encounter. Federer has battled his way through so far in Madrid – saving two match points last time out against Gael Monfils. Whilst Thiem is the form man on the ATP Tour and has already picked up the Barcelona and Indian Wells titles this season.

Head to Head

Dominic Thiem is one of very few players to hold a winning head to head record over Federer and the Austrian leads 3:2.

Top Match Bet

This should be an incredible battle that could well go the distance, with Thiem likely to just about have too much on clay.

 

Dominic Thiem to win the match 2 sets to 1 – 3/1 with Bwin

Match Betting

Alexander Zverev vs Stefanos Tsitsipas

Odds

Alexander Zverev – 11/10 (Royal Panda)

Stefanos Tsitsipas – 4/5 (Ladbrokes)

Two of the most exciting prospects on the ATP Tour face off in the semi-finals in Madrid, with both men looking to make a significant impact on the tour. Zverev has struggled all season to produce consistent results but still sits comfortably in the world’s top 5. Stefanos Tsitsipas meanwhile is continuing to emerge on the tour and he looks set for a big future, with this being his breakthrough year.

Head to Head

This is the third meeting between the two youngsters with both men having won one game each historically.

Top Match Bet

This is a very difficult match to call, with both men capable of remarkable tennis – this could be a 3 set classic.

3 sets to be played in the match – 11/10 with Betsafe

Match Betting

Rafael Nadal vs Stan Wawrinka

Odds

Rafael Nadal – 1/4 (Ladbrokes)

Stan Wawrinka – 3/1 (TonyBet)

Rafael Nadal will be looking to claim his first clay court title of the season, after surprising defeats in Monte Carlo and Barcelona as he takes on Stan Wawrinka. The Swiss, three time Grand Slam champion has been in impressive form this week whilst Nadal too has been metronomic in reaching yet another Masters 1000 quarter final.

Head to Head

This will be the 21st meeting between these two giants of the game – with Nadal possessing an incredible 17:3 winning record over Wawrinka.

Top Match Bet

Stan Wawrinka is one of the most dangerous men on the ATP Tour but Nadal is imperious on clay and should blow him away.

Rafael Nadal to win the match 2 sets to 0 – 4/5 with Betsson

Here is our men’s Madrid Open Last 8 Accumulator

Novak Djokovic vs Marin Cilic – Daniil Medvedev to win

Dominic Thiem vs Roger Federer – Dominic Thiem to win

Alexander Zverev vs Stefanos Tsitsipas – Alexander Zverev to win

Rafael Nadal vs Stan Wawrinka – Rafael Nadal to win

If all 4 players win, a four-fold accumulator bet pays 3.84 with William Hill

Recommended: