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The Paris Masters will take place from October 30 to November 5 in the French capital. All of the top 10 players will participate in the tournament, fighting for 1,000 points and lucrative prize money. In the following lines, we will dive deep into the Paris Masters betting odds, and the Paris Masters favourites to win the tournament.
Paris Masters seeds
1. Novak Djokovic 7/4 (2.75)
Novak Djokovic is the top seed in the tournament and the main favourite to win it given the Paris Masters odds. The world No. 1 is getting closer to his 400th week on top of the ATP rankings. He is the absolute record holder at the Paris Masters with six titles in eight final appearances. Djokovic won five titles so far in the season including three Grand Slams. He is 47-5 for the season and 17-1 on hard surface. The Serbian will start the tournament in the second round against the winner of the match between Miomir Kecmanovic and Thomas Martin Etcheverry.
2. Carlos Alcaraz 33/10 (4.30)
Carlos Alcaraz is the only player who managed to beat Djokovic in the Grand Slams this season, doing so in the Wimbledon final. The 20-year old is second in the ATP rankings and won six titles so far in the season. Besides Wimbledon, he won the tournaments in Buenos Aires, Indian Wells, Barcelona, Madrid and the Queen’s Club Championship. The Spaniard is 65-9 for the season and 26-6 on hard surface. His best result at the Paris Masters is the quarterfinals last year where he lost to Holger Rune. He will start this year’s journey in the second round against the winner of the match between the wildcard Alexander Muller and a qualifier.
3. Daniil Medvedev 7/1 (8.00)
Medvedev is the first player who managed to take Djokovic off from the top of the rankings in recent years and is currently ranked third in the world. The Russian won five titles so far in the season in Rome, Miami, Doha, Dubai and Rotterdam. He is 64-14 for the season and 38-8 on hard surface. Medvedev won the 2020 Paris Masters and last year lost in the second round. He will start the tournament in the second round against the winner from the match between Lorenzo Musetti and Grigor Dimitrov.
4. Jannik Sinner 15/2 (8.50)
Sinner currently enjoys the highest ranking of his career being No. 4 in the world. The Italian won three titles this season, in Beijing, Toronto and Montpellier. He is 55-14 for the season and 28-7 on hard surface. His has never made any significant result at the Paris Masters, never moving further than the second round. He will start the tournament in the second round against the winner of the match between Mackenzie McDonald and a qualifier.
5. Andrey Rublev 22/1 (23.00)
Rublev is ranked fifth in the world which is the best ranking in his career. The Russian won in Bastad and Monte Carlo this season and lost four other finals. Rublev is 55-22 for the season and 23-12 on hard surface. He has reached the round of 16 in Paris twice before. He will start the tournament against the winner of the match between two players who will come in the main draw from the qualifying round.
6. Alexander Zverev 25/1 (26.00)
Zverev is fully recovered from the ankle injury that sidelined him for more than a year. The German is back among the top 10 players in the world and won the titles in Chengdu and Stuttgart this season. Zverev is 52-25 for the season and 22-13 on hard surface. He made it to the Paris Masters final in 2020 where he lost to Daniil Medvedev. Being the 10th seed, Zverev will start the tournament in the first round against a qualifier.
7. Stefanos Tsitsipas 25/1 (26.00)
Tsitsipas currently 7th in the ATP rankings and his career high is number 3. The Greek won the title in Los Cabos this season and lost the finals in Barcelona and the Australian Open. Tsitsipas is 49-22 for the season and 18-8 on hard surface. His best result at the Paris Masters is the semifinal in 2022 where he lost to Novak Djokovic. This year, Tsitsipas will start the tournament in the second round against the winner of the match between Jan-Lennard Struff and Felix Auger-Aliassime.
8. Taylor Fritz 33/1 (34.00)
Fritz is the highest-ranked American being No. 9 at the moment. The 26-year-old won the titles in Atlanta and Delray Beach this season. He is 54-23 for the season and 36-11 on hard surface. His best result at the Paris Masters is the quarterfinal in 2021. Fritz will start the tournament in the first round against Arthur Fils.
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