ATP Queens Winner Outright Tips: Sir Andy Murray to Shine in London Again
Key Stat: Marin is a two-time Queens champion
- Cilic is in great form
- He played the quarterfinal of French Open recently
- Grass is his favorite surface
Marin Cilic will start his grass-court season in London as the Croat decided to skip the first week on grass following a deep run at Roland Garros. Marin returned to the Top 20 in the ATP standings after reaching the quarterfinal of the French Open. Clay has never been his preferred surface but he has managed to pull off some amazing wins such as the ones against the likes of Daniil Medvedev and Anrey Rublev on Paris’ dirt two weeks ago.
We thus have plenty of reasons to expect a strong tournament from Marin Cilic this week in London. Cilic is a two-time champion here at Queens and he has achieved some fantastic results on grass over the course of history as well (including the final of Wimbledon). Also, Marin has been in the final four times at Queens. Knowing he will come into this event in the highest of spirits after reaching the QF at Roland Garros, we see Cilic as the main favorite to go all the way here at the +375 odds.
Key Stat: Andy Murray has been phenomenal last week in Stuttgart
- The Briton lost the final in three tight sets against Matteo Berrettini
- Murray is a five-time Queens champion
- The crowd can take him all the way in London
What a week it has been for Andy Murray who stunned the world by reaching the final of the ATP 250 event in Stuttgart last week. Nobody expected the famous Briton and the former World No 1 to play at such a high level after so many problems with the hip injury. We all know him as a phenomenal grass court player who has won Queens as many as five times in his rich career. Andy has a tricky draw this year as he is likely set to face Matteo Berrettini in the replay of the Stuttgart final in the second round here in London. However, we would not be surprised to see Murray on the winning end this time around. The value is great in backing him to win the event at the sky-high +800 odds.