ATP World Tour Finals – London – Predictions, Odds & Tips
by Ken Edwards, 11 November 2018.
ATP World Tour Finals – November 11-18 2018
The Paris Masters finalised the field for the eight-player ATP World Tour Finals, the London round-robin-format, season-ending showcase will determine the World’s Best-Player-for-2018. Dominic Thiem and Marin Cilic clinched the two remaining spots in the season-ending tournament.
John Isner and Kei Nishikori secured places in the tournament with the withdrawal to injury of Juan Martin del Potro and Rafael Nadal.
Novak Djokovic – $1.60 Bet Now
Now fully recovered after his out-of-form-funk in 2017, Novak has finally got to his old-rhythm and won back-to-back Grand Slams at Wimbledon and the U.S. Open. Novak would love to add to his five-Tour-Finals trophies. He is the favourite and our pick to take the title.
Roger Federer – $3.00 Bet Now
Roger Federer still won three titles in 2018, including his 20th Grand Slam at the Australian Open. He has won the Tour Finals six times, however, not since 2011.
At 37 years of age, Roger’s speed-and-reactions on the court have not slowed down. Still a very dangerous player.
Alexander Zverev – $10.00 Bet Now
Still only 21-years old, the German has nine titles to his name but has not yet lived up to the hype when it really matters.
Marin Cilic – $12.00 Bet Now
One of the hardest-hitters on tour, former U.S. Open Winner, Marin Cilic has played at this London tournament three times before. He can beat anyone on his day.
Dominic Thiem – $21.00 Bet Now
The Austrian has been incredible on clay in 2018, the only one capable of beating Rafael Nadal on his favourite surface this year. Could surprise with his young legs.
Kevin Anderson – $21.00 Bet Now
Double Grand Slam Finalist, South Africa’s Kevin Anderson has consistent results all year. He may shock one-or-two players in London.
Kei Nishikori – $21.00 Bet Now
The Japanese champ is our long shot tip for the title. A true warrior, fit and can outlast most opponents.
John Isner – $21.00 Bet Now
The big American with the booming serve is always tough-to-beat.