Erste Bank Open Betting Odds: Sinner in Form, Tsitsipas Looking to Battle
Three Early Bets In Vienna
The Erste Bank Open, held from Monday October 24 to Sunday October 30 in the majestic Austrian Capital, Vienna, is just around the corner. With several top players from the ATP Tour in attendance, the Erste Bank Open Betting Odds are sure to be front and center at the sportsbook exchange.
Russia’s No. 1 Daniil Medvedev is expected to lead a cast that includes Greek No .1 Stefanos Tsistsipas, Russia’s No. 2 Andrey Rublev and British No.1 Cameron Norrie.
As well, Poland’s Hurbert Hurkacz, Italy’s Jannik Sinner, American Taylor Fritz and Italy’s Matteo Berrettini are also expected to participate in this ATP 500 event in Vienna, rounding up a stellar selection of top players to consider with your tennis betting tips.
Below, we highlight three players to spot on the Erste Bank Open Betting Odds for your tennis picks in advance of the draw which is set to be released on Saturday.
Erste Bank Open Contenders
Medvedev Tops Contender’s list
Russia’s Medvedev has had an up and down season. He started the year strong, reaching the Australian Open final where he lost an epic five-set marathon against Rafael Nadal. Midway through the season, injury set back Medvedev and he’s had a hard time finding top form again.
The Russian is coming off a semi-final appearance at the Astana Open in Kazakhstan, where he lost to eventual champion Novak Djokovic 4-6, 6-7 (6). Since the US Open, Medvedev has put together a 6-3 record (this includes reaching the fourth round at Flushing Meadows).
As far as the ATP Vienna Open betting markets go, Medvedev is going to be one of the players, if not THE player to beat.
Tsitsipas Offers Value Behind Good Form
Tsitsipas was a finalist at the Astana Open a couple of weeks ago, losing to Djokovic in straight sets, 6-3, 6-4. This week, he’s competing at the Stockholm Open where he’s through to the quarterfinals.
The Greek is one of the more consistent players on the ATP Tour, regularly making deep runs. He has a 53-19 record (this doesn’t include wins at the ATP Stockholm) and two titles to his credit.
Tsitsipas is better known for his clay court prowess, but his hard court game is often underrated. He’s not the best on this surface, but on a good day he can beat any player. That makes him a value bet in Erste Bank Open Betting Odds.
Jannik Sinner Up and Comer With Upside
Italy’s top-ranked Sinner is one to watch in Vienna. The Italian is in the midst of a stellar year, building on last year’s solid run that saw him break into the Top 10 for the first time (reached a career high ranking No. 9).
The 20-year-old Italian has had some injury concerns which have set him off course a few times this year, but he’s bounced back in convincing fashion each time.
When Sinner is in form, he’s quite special. He was the only player to challenge Djokovic in his Wimbledon-winning campaign this summer, pushing the former World No. 1 to five sets.
He also played an absolute belter against Carlos Alcaraz at the US Open, pushing the eventual champion to five sets.
Sinner is looking to qualify for the ATP Tour finals in Turin. He’s in the race to clinch his spot, so there’s plenty of incentive for him to make a run for it in Vienna. Sinner moved up to World No. 12 following a good run in Sofia last week.