ATP Mallorca Winner Outright Tips: Medvedev to Lift the Silverware after Two Losses in the Finals  

ATP Mallorca Winner Outright Tips: Medvedev to Lift the Silverware after Two Losses in the Finals  

Key Stat: Daniil Medvedev played the finals in both Hertogenbosch and Halle in the last two weeks

Tip Reasoning

  • The Russian has won seven matches in the previous couple of weeks
  • Daniil is the current World No 1 in the ATP rankings
  • Medvedev is also the top seed in Mallorca

Daniil Medvedev has won seven matches on grass in the last couple of weeks but he is yet to win a title in 2022. The new World No 1 made it to the final at both Hertogenbosch and Halle but only to lose the decisive matches there to the likes of Tim Van Rijthoven and Hubert Hurkacz. Interestingly, Daniil lost both these finals with an identical scoreline, 6-1 6-4 respectively. Will it be the third luck charm for the Russian this week in Mallorca?

Although we are about to see some high-profile players in Mallorca this week, such as Stefanos Tsitsipas, Denis Shapovalov, and Nick Kyrgios, Daniil remains the top contender. You don’t have to be extra smart to back the World No 1 on the surface on which he has won seven matches in the past two weeks. You can get Daniil Medvedev to lift the trophy in Mallorca at the odds of +280.

Tip Reasoning

Key Stat: Shapovalov is capable of beating anyone on his day on grass

  • Denis played the semifinal of Wimbledon last year
  • The second-seeded Tsitsipas is not in his best form at the moment
  • The value is decent with the +600 odds offered on Shapo to go all the way here

It is very hard to find the second genuine candidate for the silverware in Mallorca. The second-seeded Stefanos Tsitsipas is nowhere near his best form these days (we can even include a dismal display at French Open into this) which is why we see a better value in backing the third seed Denis Shapovalov. The 23-year-old Canadian is also by no means enjoying his best form these days but he can be dangerous against any man in the world on grass and we are counting on his ability to play at a very high level on this surface. After all, Shapo has reached the semifinal at Wimbledon last year. Although he lost his inaugural matches at both Stuttgart and Queens this year, we like the odds of +600 offered on Denis to go all the way in Spain.

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Mark loves all American sports since a very young age. He has experience working in the UK for some of the leading UK tipping sites for several years (time goes fast when you having fun), and now has the opportunity to cover Tennis, MMA, UFC, Soccer, NFL, NBA, NHL for all US readers.