ATP Canadian Open 2023 Predictions – Best Tips for the Men’s Event

All roads lead to Toronto, as the Canadian Open kicks off this week. It may interest you to know that the Canadian Open alternates between two cities, Toronto and Montreal. This year, the men’s event will be held in Toronto. In this article, we’ll provide our ATP Canadian Open predictions, which will be updated each day.

Toronto Open Predictions – Outright Winner

We would like to point out that this has not been a great tournament for the top players, as non of the top six seeded players made it through to the semi-final. As a matter of fact, two of four semi-finalists are unseeded, and it’s been guaranteed that an unseeded player will advance to the final. That said, our pick for the Canadian Open title is Jannik Sinner. The Italian has been very consistent this year, as this will be his fifth semifinal appearance in 2023. In fact, Sinner has reached three finals already, winning one title. Considering the other players left in the draw, we believe that the current World number 8 will reign supreme at the end of this competition.

ATP Canadian Open Betting Tips – Day 5

These are our ATP National Bank Open predictions for today:

Alejandro Davidovich Fokina vs Alex de Minaur

We have been impressed by Alejandro Davidovich Fokina’s performance in this competition; the Spaniard held his own against some tough opposition, beating players like Alexander Zverev and Casper Ruud this week. Moreover, Davidovich Fokina has also dominated Alex de Minaur in the past; as he has three wins in four previous skirmishes with the Australian. Despite being the underdog today, we are fairly confident that the Spanish player will emerge victorious at the end of this match.

Tommy Paul vs Jannik Sinner

Despite being the underdog today, we fancy our chances with Tommy Paul here. It may interest you to know that the last time these players met, Tommy Paul was the victor. In fact, these two have clashed on two occasions, and Paul did not lose any of those meetings in straight sets. Bearing in mind that Tommy Paul is coming off an impressive victory over World number 1 Carlos Alcaraz, we don’t think he’ll go down in straight sets.

Frequently Asked Questions About the Toronto Open

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Aug 12, 2022; Montreal, QC, Canada; General view of the centre court during the match between Tommy Paul (USA) and Daniel Evans (GBR) in quarterfinal play in the National Bank Open at IGA Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports/Sipa USA – Photo by Icon sport

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