Tennis Top Betting Picks for Indoor Season
All Grand Slam tennis tournaments have been played in 2017, but that doesn't mean that the season is over!
There are two more Masters 1000 tournaments to be played, and of course, the ATP Finals tournament for the top eight single players and doubles in the season.
The season will close with the Davis Cup final between France and Belgium which is due to be played in late November.
In 2017, we witnessed a great comeback for Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, who are the living legends of tennis. Roger Federer won Australian Open and Wimbledon,
while Rafael Nadal won Roland Garros and US Open and returned to the top of the ATP List. Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic, who finished in the top two in the previous season, struggled because of injuries.
They both took a break and the fans are eagerly expecting their return in 2018.
This was also a breakthrough season for the 20-year-old Alexander Zverev, who won two Masters 1000 titles by beating Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer in the final, but he failed to make an impact on Grand Slams.
We got another young star - Denis Shapovalov, who defeated Nadal and Del Potro at Canadian Masters and made his way to the semifinal and continued his run on US Open by qualifying for the best 16.
That catapulted him into top 50 at the tender age of 18 and he will certainly be the man to watch for the remaining two months of the season.
In the last two months of the season, there will be many opportunities for casual and professional bettors to win money by betting on tennis.
You can lay your bets before the match, or you can enjoy the live betting experience. Apart from picking the winner, you will have around 30 betting options,
which include betting on set winner, betting on winning margin, number of games, the winner of the next game or point etc.
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As we already said, the rest of the season will mostly be played indoors, while all tournaments will be played on hard surface.
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will battle for the number one spot on the rankings and Federer might have an edge over his arch-rival in the end of the season.
Nadal rarely enjoyed success after US Open because he was usually worn out after intensive seasons, but this time things can be different.
Roger Federer didn't look fresh at all in New York, and he exited the tournament in quarterfinals.
On the other hand, the US Open title gave Nadal a boost of some much needed self confidence and he will certainly go after the only title he failed to win so far - the ATP Finals title.
However, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal won't be the only players who will fight for the major prizes in the end of the season.
Alexander Zverev, Dominic Thiem, Nick Kyrgios and other young players will pose a serious threat to more experienced and established tennis players.
The players with a strong first serve and powerful forehand, such as Del Potro, Querrey, Isner, Tsonga, will all have a chance to make a solid result in the most of the tournaments that will be played during October and November.
We also mustn't forget young Denis Shapovalov, as well as his compatriot Felix Auger Aliassime, who is only 17. Felix might be a next great tennis star, and he will try to break into the top 100 until the end of the season.
Tennis is one of the most exciting sports to watch and betting on it can bring you lots of money.