Jannik Sinner has become the fittest tennis player on the circuit with two successes last month: Beijing and Vienna, where he triumphed yesterday. Now it’s the Rolex Paris Masters and the Italian will still be among the favourites.
Paris-Bercy ATP 2023: odds and favorites
It’s always been thought of as a bit like an “indoor crash”. Let’s talk about the ATP Masters 1000 Paris tournament, known as. Rolex Paris Masters and is played in the Bercy arena, historically a Parisian neighborhood in the twelfth arrondissement. Why Hall Slam? Because it is the most important tennis tournament, apart from the ATP Finals, among the tennis tournaments played indoors.
And the Paris tournament dress rehearsal for the ATP Finals and, for some, the last useful train to try and break into the top 8. This is no problem for Novak Djokovic, who has been qualified for a while and what’s more, he is in very good shape. because I rested winner hasn’t played since the US Open. In fact, if we go into the details of the Paris-Bercy ATP 2023 betting, the Serbian is the first favorite at 2.62 according to bookmakers William Hill*.
It would be Nole’s seventh title at Bercy, but it wouldn’t be easy. Carlos Alcaraz, who has been confident for months that he will take part in the finals, is among the elite candidates who will win the Rolex Paris Masters award with odds of 4.75. Spanish seemed a bit boring compared to previous months, but still has great chances.
Jannik Sinner is very fast, no doubt
As we write, Jannik Sinner just beat Daniil Medvedev for the second time in a month and again at the ATP 500 final… It took place at the end of September in Beijing, this time in Vienna. This places the blue team, along with Medvedev, among the main alternatives to the Djokovic-Alcaraz duo. In fact, the Russian is the third favorite at 8, while the Italian No. 1 is priced at 9.
However, the fact that the Rolex Paris Masters comes at the end of a long and tiring season may also be a factor. The amazing prize pool of the ATP Finals. This means tennis players who are assured of a place in Turin can play in Paris, being careful not to compromise their path to the Finals. Let’s talk about the four mentioned but also Andrej Rublev’s29 years old in Bercy.
One of those who will not have this problem is Hubert Hurkacz, who looked at the last minute to take part in the finals and came to Paris after his success in Shanghai and the final in Basel. Kutup is 34 years oldshould be followed carefully. We see 26-year-old Stefanos Tsitsipas and 41-year-old reigning champion Holger Rune with a serious back problem.
*Quotes are subject to change