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As the elite eight singles players and doubles teams gather at the prestigious Pala Alpitour in Turin for the ATP Finals 2023, tennis enthusiasts and betting fans alike are poised for a thrilling spectacle.
Here, we’ll explore the best betting tips and picks, dissecting the matchups, form, and statistics to offer insights into the potential outcomes of this high-stakes tournament and make ATP Finals 2023 predictions.
ATP Finals tips – Novak Djokovic to win outright @ 7/5 (2.40)
As the ATP Finals 2023 looms, Djokovic emerges as a formidable force, showcasing a year of unparalleled dominance on the courts. With a staggering 51-5 record, the Serbian maestro has secured three out of the four grand slam titles, reaffirming his reign in the tennis realm.
Further bolstering his credentials are the ATP 1000 titles in Cincinnati and Paris Bercy, further validating his unparalleled form and prowess. Entering the ATP Finals on an impressive 18-match winning streak, he’s claimed three titles and an astounding 5000 ATP points along the way.
Only an extraordinary performance by Carlos Alcaraz denied him the Wimbledon crown, a testament to Djokovic’s unwavering skill and consistency. With this incredible momentum, Djoker undoubtedly stands as a frontrunner, poised to extend his reign and add yet another prestigious title to his illustrious career.
ATP Finals Predictions – Day 8
Alcaraz and Medvedev were humbled by Djokovic and Sinner, respectively in the semi-finals. It is the representatives from Green Group who proceed to the final and have setup a tennis extravaganza for fans and neutrals to rejoice in. Here are today’s picks and predictions for the action-packed matches. Let’s dive in!
Jannik Sinner vs Novak Djokovic – Djokovic Over 13.5 games @ 13/10 (2.30)
Medvedev gave Sinner a tough time but the Russian could not stop his Italian nemesis. It was a third successive defeat for Megamin, denying his silverware opportunity yet again. On the other hand, fans were let down in the Alcaraz-Djokovic bout as the Serbian eased to a straight-set win. For the final festivities, it will be Sinner and Djokovic locking horns in search of the last win of the season.
The Italian will surely have the home crowd supporting him. Sinner preferred the ATP Finals over the gruelling Paris Masters and his decision has paid dividends. He has been involved in three successive three-set outings now and an extended run in Paris-Bercy would only have a negative impact on his performances in Turin.
On the other hand, Djokovic has been roused from his slumber and the sleeping giant is looking to slay whoever stands in front of him. Since his group stage defeat to Sinner, he has shown no signs of weakness and Alcaraz learned it the hard way as he was dismantled comfortably in straight sets.
Djoker now has the task of taming Sinner in the final for his record-breaking seventh ATP Finals title. He has never lost to the same opponent twice in the year-end event and if his performance against Carlitos is used as a barometer, backing the Italian is a difficult bet to make.
However, it will not be an easy task for Djokovic. Sinner has been playing sublimely and has shown the resilience that makes champions. He arrives on the back of three successive three-set outings and does not seem to tire. Prior to the semi-finals, Djokovic had also played the same number of three-set matches in Turin.
While the result is up in the air, although we were backing Djokovic to take the title from the start, the events that have unfolded reveal it will be a tough battle. The Serbian will have to dig deep to get a result as was the case in their round-robin meeting. That match saw two tiebreakers and we believe Djokovic will need over 13.5 games to win.
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