ATP Rotterdam Tennis Winner Odds & Predictions

Medvedev and Tsitsipas lead a strong field in Rotterdam

Gael Monfils /France ©imago images / PanoramiC 10.02.2020

There is a good lineup in Rotterdam this week for some ATP Tennis betting. This is the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament, which is an indoor hard court event. It is a highly impressive arena, however. Heading up the field as the start attractions are big Next Gen players Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas.

ATP Rotterdam 2020 Winner Odds*

Daniil Medvedev 13/5
Stefanos Tsitsipas 6/1
Gael Monfils 7/1
David Goffin 8/1
Andrey Rublev 10/1
Karen Khachanov 14/1
Roberto Bautista August 16/1
Danis Shapovalov 20/1
22/1 bar
* (betting odds taken from Betfair on February 9th, 2020 at 20:38)

Will Medvedev deliver as favourite?

Back in his debut in Rotterdam in 2018, Daniil Medvedev it all the way to the quarter-finals. That was from having come through to the main draw as a qualifier. It’s been a big couple of years for him since then. But last year he took a step further in Rotterdam and made it to the semi-finals.

So there is the thought that he is trending towards a win at the event and he is one of the better players to handle himself indoors. Medvedev is the 13/5 favourite* (betting odds taken from Betfair on February 9th, 2020 at 20:38)

Denis Shapovalov e/w

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Four Top 10 players on show

Along with Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Gael Monfils and David Goffin are all top-ten ranked players on the ATP who are in attendance for this one. Of that clutch of players, it is Frenchman Gael Monfils who may well be the pick at 7/1* (betting odds taken from Betfair on February 9th, 2020 at 20:38).

Why? Because he has been to the last two finals in Rotterdam and is the reigning champion after beating Stan Wawrinka in last year’s showcase match. He comes into action after winning the Montpellier indoor crown on Sunday.

Tsitispas looking for a boost

Stefanos Tsitsipas burst onto the big scene in reaching the final four at the 2019 Australian Open. His 2020 campaign fell a long way short of that and after not impressing at any of the other three Slams last season, it’s getting to that point already for the youngster, where more is expected of him. He needs a boost in the form.

That sounds a little harsh on the 21-year-old, but he should be eating up fields like this. The Greek star bowed out of the third round of the Australian Open in straight sets against Milos Raonic, despite having had a walkover in the second round.

Tsitsipas did win the ATP Nitto ATP Finals last year indoors and won the proceedings year’s Next Gen Finals equivalent to. He is a 6/1 option for Rotterdam* (betting odds taken from Bet365 on February 9th, 2020 at 20:38).

Can Goffin shine in the Netherlands?

David Goffin was a third-round loser at the Australian Open as he was taken out by Andrey Rublev. The 29-year-old is well past looking like a potential Grand Slam champion at this point of his career. But he is a top ten player and at tournaments of this kind of level should be competitive.

Goffin does have a decent recent record in Rotterdam. He was a losing finalist in 2017 and made it back to the semi-finals 12 months later. Last year’s effort didn’t go as well as he lost in the first round to Gael Monfils, the man who had beaten him in that 2017 final.

Exciting Youngsters line up in Rotterdam

Andrey Rublev is in the field and he has had a cracking 2020. He has already grabbed two titles, one in Doha and one in Auckland. The young Russian may be worth some considerations at 10/1 as he ran to the round of sixteen at the Australian Open as well, which included a win over Goffin* (betting odds taken from Betfair on February 9th, 2020 at 20:38).

There are also Next Gen stars Karen Khachanov, Denis Shapovlav and Felix Auger-Aliassime taking part in this one. Those youngsters are all growing forces in the game and it wouldn’t take much for either of them to put something together.

Also part of the exciting young crowd in Rotterdam is Jannik Sinner. He landed his first-ever Grand Slam win on his debut at the Australian Open and he won the Next Gen ATP Finals in 2019.

ATP Rotterdam Predictions

There is a really good field here and even though none of the big guns in the game are in attendance, that just helps to build a competitive, even field. Medvedev and Tsitsipas are the frontrunners for this, but they are both worth taking on. Medvedev has Andrey Rublev in his quarter and then potentially Monfils to come in the semi’s.

Gael Monfils is interesting because of his track record here but three straight finals at the same event is going to be so tough to pull off. The in-form Andrey Rublev has to be some value at the 10/1 mark on offer* (betting odds taken from Betfair on February 9th, 2020 at 20:38)

In the fourth quarter, there is Tsitsipas and Shapaolov battling it out. Our pick for the tournament is Canadian Shapovalov as long as he holds his temperament together. He holds a 3-1 head to head lead over Tsitsipas and if he gets through that quarter, there would be no stopping him. Well worth a 16/1 each-way consideration* (betting odds taken from Betfair on February 9th, 2020 at 20:38).

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