ATP Stuttgart Winner Outright Tips: Hurkacz to Win his First Title in 2022

ATP Stuttgart Winner Outright Tips: Hurkacz to Win his First Title in 2022

Key Stat: Hurkacz played decent tennis in Madrid and Paris and he is now coming to his most favorite surface

Tip Reasoning

  • Hubert reached the Wimbledon semis last year
  • The Pole eliminated Roger Federer in the process
  • He has Dubai and Miami semifinals on hard courts this season

The 44th edition of ATP 250 in Stuttgart will bring us an exciting week of top-notch tennis as the players move from Roland Garros clay to grass courts in northern countries. Stefanos Tsitsipas is the top seed this year in Stuttgart and the sportsbooks see him as the main favorite to go all the way. However, the World No 5 has been anything but impressive at Roland Garros and clay should normally be his preferred surface, meaning we don’t have too many reasons to expect him to dominate on German soil.

Tsitsipas will hardly even reach the final given the players’ pool is very strong and includes some phenomenal grass court players. The list includes Matteo Berrettini, Hubert Hurkacz and Denis Shapovalov among the others. While Berrettini, the 2019 champion, has played little tennis in 2022 through injuries, we see Hurkacz as the main favorite well worth backing to go all the way. Hubert has been fantastic in the hard court season earlier this year, reaching the semifinals of Dubai and Miami. The Pole also went to the semis at Wimbledon last year and we see this tournament as a potential breakthrough for his career. You can back Hurkacz to win ATP 250 Stuttgart at the +600 line.

Tip Reasoning

Key Stat: Shapovalov played semis at both Queens and Wimbledon last year

  • Denis forced Nadal to five sets in the Aussie pen quarterfinal in January
  • He loves to play on grass
  • He has an open draw all the way to the semis here

Denis Shapovalov could also take advantage of Tsitsipas’ personal issues (the Greek did not good at all at French Open) and Berrettini’s problems with injuries (the Italian skipped the entire clay court season) in the bid for the second title of his career. The Canadian has powerful groundstrokes which suit perfectly for the grass courts. Denis reached semifinals at both Queens and Wimbledon last year and he certainly has capacity for winning Stuttgart. We must not forget that Denis also played the quarterfinal of Australian Open earlier this year when he pushed latter champion Rafael Nadal to five sets. You can back him to win this event at the +600 line.

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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.