ATP Atlanta Winner Outright Tips
Key Stat: Alex De Minaur won the title in his previous appearance at Atlanta Open
- De Minaur is the World No 30 at the moment
- The 23-year-old Aussie reached the last 16 round of Wimbledon in his previous tournament
- He has the game to beat any player in this event on his day
Alex De Minaur returns to Atlanta after winning the title in his previous appearance there, back in 2019. The 23-year-old Australian is still looking for his maiden trophy this year and Atlanta may just be the place where he grabs one following a decent run at Wimbledon. Alex is currently the 30th player in the world. He has not been enjoying his peak form this season, failing to win any tournament after grabbing five trophies over the previous three years.
De Minaur made it to the last 16 round of Wimbledon by taking advantage of a relatively easy draw. He eliminated the likes of Dellien, Draper, and Broady before falling surprisingly to clay-court specialist Cristian Garin in the battle for the quarterfinal. Alex also made it to the last 16 round of Australian Open and Indian Wells, while he played the semifinal in Barcelona. We like him as a dark horse here at the +750 odds.
Key Stat: Nick Kyrgios arrives to Atlanta on the back of a Wimbledon final
- Kyrgios is by far the most in-form player in this tournament
- Nick has been sensational on grass this season
- He also won the title in Atlanta back in 2016
Nick Kyrgios will be in action for the first time since the loss in the Wimbledon final to Novak Djokovic. The bad guy of men’s tennis has had an amazing run in London earlier this month, eliminating the likes of Jubb, Krajinovic, Tsitsipas, Nakashima, and Garin before Nadal withdrew from their semifinal tie even before it started. Djokovic was too strong in the final but Nick once again showed his peculiar raw talent on the biggest stage. The only question regarding Kyrgios in Atlanta is motivation. If he is motivated enough to go all the way, he can easily win the tournament being by far the most in-form player in the event. However, it’s still Nick so mind your stakes. Kyrgios is +450 to win the silverware in Atlanta.