ATP Winston Salem Winner Outright Tips
Key Stat: Lorenzo Musetti has won his first career title last month in Hamburg
- The 20-year-old Italian has defeated Carlos Alcaraz in the final on the occasion
- In the absence of genuine favorites in Winston Salem, we like his chances of going deep this week
- The value is great at the +2200 odds for his title at Wake Forest University
Wake Forest University will host another edition of the 250 ATP event in Winston Salem from August 21st to August 27th. The playing field is mixed up heavily as there are no stand-out favorites for the throne. After all, the look at the outright winner odds confirm this because the likes of Botic Van De Zandschulp and top-seed Grigor Dimitrov as set as the main contenders to go all the way, each priced up at +1100.
In the absence of genuine favorites for the title, we will rather look for the value elsewhere. The best place to do so is with the No 5 seed, Lorenzo Musetti of Italy. The 20-year-old Italian is enjoying his breakthrough season. He is currently at a career-high No 30 rank in the world after winning his maiden title in Hamburg last month. Musetti was fantastic on the German dirt, beating the like of Carlos Alcaraz 2-1 in the final. He was stopped by latter champion Borna Coric at the start of the Cincinnati Masters last week, although it is worth mentioning that the Italian has put up a strong effort in that match, especially in the first which went on the Croat’s side after the tie-break. We will back Musetti to win Winston Salem at the +2200 odds.
Key Stat: Maxime Cressy has also won his maiden career title last month
- He defeated John Isner and Alexander Bublik on the way to the Newport crown
- His serve-and-volley style can take him deep in Winston Salem
- Cressy has a nice draw (including the opening round’s bye) this week
Maxime Cressy will make his debut in Winston Salem this week. The 25-year-old American is enjoying by far his most successful year. He has recently won his inaugural title, beating the likes of John Isner and Alexander Bublik in the semifinal and final of the ATP 250 tournament in Newport. Maxime plays the old-fashioned serve-and-volley game which is best suited for grass courts but can certainly take him deep on hard courts as well. Cressy fell to Van De Zandschulp at the start of the Cincinnati Masters last week in three tight sets. He has a nice draw here in Winston Salem and we like the +1600 odds offered for his outright win on home soil.
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