ATP Hertogenbosch Winner Outright Tips: Medvedev & FAA Lead the Field
Key Stat: Daniil won Mallorca last year on grass
- Medvedev also played in the Australian Open final against Nadal this year
- Daniil looked good after return from injury in Paris
- Only Alex De Minaur could potentially hurt him on the way to the final here
The 250 ATP Tournament in Hertogenbosch returns to action after a two-year break as the Dutch crowd will have the chance to watch high-profile tennis from June 6th to 13th. This edition will be richer for two top-ten players as Daniil Medvedev and Felix Auger-Aliassime will feature. Medvedev is the main favorite for a reason. Although many experts doubted his form after an unpleasant injury, the World No 2 proved them wrong with some strong performances at French Open.
We all know that Medvedev does not like to play on clay very much but he still offered some great straight set wins over Bagnis, Djere, and Kecmanovic before falling to latter semifinalist Marin Cilic on the occasion. Medvedev is banned from playing at Wimbledon and he will be highly motivated to prove his worth and go all the way as the main favorite in Hertogenbosch. We will back the Russian to win the event at the +200 line.
Key Stat: Auger-Aliassime has won 10 matches on grass last year (10-3)
- Felix played fantastic tennis in Paris
- He pushed latter champion Nadal to five sets in the last 16 round at French Open
- Auger-Aliassime should not be threatened on the way to the projected final with Medvedev
Felix Auger-Aliassime has the capacity of beating any player on his day. He arrives to Hertogenbosch as the second favorite for the outright win and we would not be surprised to see him indeed going all the way to the projected final against Daniil Medvedev. In that match, anything would be possible because Auger-Aliassime is a strong grass court player which he proved last year by reaching the final in Stuttgart, the semifinal in Halle, and the quarterfinal at Wimbledon. Felix has won Rotterdam this year, he played Marseille final and French Open R16 where the Canadian was on the brink of shocking the undisputed King of Clay Rafael Nadal in five sets. We like the +450 line offered for Felix Auger-Aliassime to win Hertogenbosch.