ATP Geneva Open Betting Odds, Picks & Best Bets – May 25th

ATP Geneva Open Betting Odds, Picks & Best Bets – May 25th

ATP Geneva Open Best Bets – May 25th

The 2019 Geneva Open has its championship set after a fun semifinal day Sunday. Nicolas Jarry opened up the day with a straight forward 6-3 6-4 win over #5 Radu Albot. Jarry was able to save four of five break points, against Albot, while breaking the Moldovan three times. The Chilean has put on a dominant performance so far in Switzerland. Jarry will be taking on #1 Alex Zverev in the final after the German was able to outlast Federico Delbonis Friday. It was an inconsistent performance by Zverev, which unfortunately for him is becoming the norm, but two breaks in the final set was enough for him to get through.

Here is my pick for the final of the 2019 Geneva Open.

Alex Zverev (-250) vs Nicolas Jarry (+200)

Alex Zverev is through to his second final of 2019 after a three set win over Federico Delbonis in the semifinals. Zverev has played two three set matches, out of the three played this week, and has spent six hours and 12 minutes on the court. The German has competed in 16 other finals and has a great 10-6 record in those finals. On clay he has been to six other finals and has gone 4-2 in those. Furthermore, Zverev is 4-1 in ATP 250 finals with that lone loss being in his first ever finals appearance. The German is 21-11 overall and 8-6 on clay in 2019.

Nicolas Jarry is through to his first final of 2019 after a routine 6-3 6-4 win over the 5th seed Radu Albot. Jarry has been dominant in Switzerland this week, not dropping a set and spending just five hours and seven minutes on the court. This will be Jarry’s second career final, and second on clay, as he fell to Fabio Fognini in the final of the Brazil Open last season. The Chilean is 15-14 overall and 10-8 on clay in 2019.

I like Nicolas Jarry to win his first ever ATP title in straight sets.

Nicolas Jarry leads the overall H2H, and the clay H2H, 1-0. That one match came this year, in Barcelona, where Harry pulled out a 3-6 7-5 7-6(5) win in the Round of 32.

YTD Tennis Results: 180-114

ATP Geneva Open Results: 7-4

ATP Geneva Open Best Bets – May 24th

The 2019 Geneva Open is down to its final four participants after a long Thursday in Switzerland. The day started with Nicolas Jarry knocking off Taro Daniel, 6-1 7-5, to advance to his first semifinal of 2019. Jarry will be playing #5 Radu Albot who knocked off Damir Dzumhur 6-3 7-5. Albot continues his career year and will look to play in his second final of 2019. #1 Alex Zverev, who entered this tournament looking to find his game, needed three sets but was able to knock out Huge Dellien 7-5 3-6 6-3. Federico Delbonis will face off against Zverev after the Argentine put out a nice performance in his defeat of Albert Ramos 7-6(5) 7-5.

The semifinal matchups, to take place on Friday, are #1 Alex Zverev vs Federico Delbonis and #5 Radu Albot vs Nicolas Jarry.

Here are my picks for the 2019 Geneva Open semifinals.

Nicolas Jarry (-125) vs Radu Albot (+100)

Nicolas Jarry is through to his first semifinal since August 2018 with an easy straight set win over Taro Daniel on Thursday. Jarry has had a pretty comfortable draw and he has taken advantage as he has yet to drop a set this week and has spent around one hour and 15 minutes on court in his three matches. The Chilean has never won an ATP title, but he has won five lower level titles on the dirt.

Radu Albot is through to his third semifinal of the season after a routine straight set win over Damir Dzumhur in the quarters. Albot is in the midst of a career season and the Moldovan is now just one win away from his first career clay court final. Albot has never won a clay court title on the main tour, but he has won two Challenger titles on the dirt.

I like Nicolas Jarry to get through to the final.

This will be the first meeting between the two.

Alex Zverev (-250) vs Federico Delbonis (+200)

Alex Zverev needed three sets, but the German was able to oust Hugo Dellien to advance to his second semifinal of the 2019 season. Zverev has been struggling this season, so the big German was a late entrant into Geneva looking to build some confidence and this run to the semifinals should do just that. Zverev has won four career ATP clay court titles.

Federico Delbonis advances to his second semifinal of the 2019 season after a 7-6(5) 7-5 win over Albert Ramos Thursday. Delbonis has looked impressive this week as the Argentine has knocked off Grigor Dimitrov, defending champions Marton Fucsovics and now Albert Ramos. Delbonis also has not lost a set since dropping the opening set of the first round against Dimitrov. The Argentine has two career ATP clay court titles.

I like Alex Zverev to reach his second final of the season.

This will be the first meeting between the two.

YTD Tennis Results: 175-111

ATP Geneva Open Results: 5-4

ATP Geneva Open Best Bets – May 23rd

The 2019 Geneva Open has its final eight competitors after six more main draw matches on Wednesday. Radu Albot, Nicolas Jarry and Albert Ramos all favorites, punched their tickets to the quarters with wins. Damir Dzumhur (+275), Taro Daniel (+225) and Federico Delbonis (-111) upset #2 Stan Wawrinka, #3 Christian Garin and #4 Marton Fucsovics, respectively, to enter the Geneva quarterfinals.

The quarterfinals on Thursday will feature #1 Alex Zverev vs Huge Dellien, #5 Radu Albot vs Damir Dzumhur, Federico Delbonis vs Albert Ramos and Nicolas Jarry vs Taro Daniel

Here are my picks for the quarterfinal round action in Switzerland.

Nicolas Jarry (-227) vs Taro Daniel (+175)

Nicolas Jarry notched another smooth victory on Wednesday with a 6-3 6-3 win over Denis Kudla. The win Wednesday means Jarry will compete in his second semifinal of 2019. The Chilean is 4-3 in all quarterfinals since the start of the 2018 season, but lost his only quarterfinal appearance in 2019. Jarry will be happy with his quarterfinal opponent this week. The Chilean is 8-8 on clay in 2019.

Taro Daniel also advances to his second quarterfinal of 2019, and of the clay season, with a nice three set win over the #3 seed Christian Garin. Daniel also made the quarterfinal in Marrakech where he fell to Gilles Simon in straight sets. Daniel is 7-10 on clay in 2019.

I like Nicolas Jarry to get the win and advance to the semifinals.

Taro Daniel leads the H2H 1-0, but this is the first meeting on clay.

Federico Delbonis (-125) vs Albert Ramos (+100)

Federico Delbonis backed up his first round upset of Grigor Dimitrov by knocking out the defending champion, Marton Fucsovics, in easy 6-4 6-2 fashion. Delbonis, a two time champion on clay, has historically always been a threat on clay, but has struggled to get results in 2019 on the surface. Besides for a semifinal run in Cordoba, the Argentine has failed to get out of the second round in his other six clay tournaments prior to Geneva. Delbonis is 10-7 on clay in 2019.

Albert Ramos secured back-to-back main draw wins, for the first time since late March with dominant straight set win over struggling Joao Sousa. Including Geneva, Ramos has competed in 11 clay tournaments so far in 2019 and the Spaniard has made it to the quarterfinal stage just three times. Ramos is 17-11 on clay this year.

I like Albert Ramos to pull off the slight upset.

The two have played five times before, all on clay, and Federico Delbonis leads the H2H 3-2. Albert Ramos has won the last two meetings.

YTD Tennis Results: 170-108

ATP Geneva Open Results: 4-3

ATP Geneva Open Best Bets – May 22nd

The 2019 Geneva Open completed six matches on Tuesday and fans were treated to four three set matches and two upsets. Grigor Dimitrov’s terrible season continued Tuesday as he blew a set, and a break in the third set, lead to fall to Federico Delbonis (+175) in three sets. The other upset was just a slight one, but Joao Sousa, who went off at -111, knocked off Leonardo Mayer in three sets. Favorites Alex Zverev, Albert Ramos, Damir Dzumhur and Huge Dellien.

Six more matches are on the schedule for Wednesday as #2 Stan Wawrinka, #3 Christian Garin and #4 Marton Fucsovics get their campaigns underway.

Here are my picks for the Wednesday action in Switzerland.

Nicolas Jarry (-250) vs Denis Kudla (+175)

Nicolas Jarry knocked off the #7 seed, Matthew Ebden, in straight sets on Monday to get his 2019 Geneva Open off and running. Jarry has had a tough 2019, on all surfaces, as his win Monday was his first main draw win since Barcelona on May 25th. It looked like the Chilean may have turned his season around in Barcelona, as he made a run to the quarters, but Jarry was not able to continue that momentum. He is 7-9 on clay in 2019.

Denis Kudla notched just his second main draw win, since late February, with a three set comeback win over Jordan Thompson. The American has really struggled in 2019 as his win Monday was just his 5th in 19 matches. Kudla is 2-5 on clay in 2019.

Nicolas Jarry advances to the quarters.

This will be the first meeting between the two.

Marton Fucsovics (-125) vs Federico Delbonis (-111)

Defending champion Marton Fucsovics get his title defense started Wednesday looking to end his two match losing streak. Fucsovics has competed in five clay tournaments so far in 2019 and besides for a run to the quarters in Munich, the Hungarian has not won back-to-back matches in any tournament. Fucsovics is 5-5 on clay this season.

Federico Delbonis lost the first set 6-0 to Grigor Dimitrov, but fought back to win his first round encounter in three sets. Delbonis has won just one main draw clay court match since the tour hit Europe, but the Argentine has had many successful seasons on clay, so it would be no surprise if he snaps back into form. Delbonis is 9-7 on clay in 2019.

Marton Fucsovics begins his title defense with a win.

This will be the first meeting between the two.

YTD Tennis Results: 161-105

ATP Geneva Open Results: 3-2

ATP Geneva Open Best Bets – May 21st

The 2019 Geneva Open held six main draw matches on Monday and three slight upsets took place on day 2. Denis Kudla (+125), Radu Albot (+137) and Janko Tipsarevic (+137) upset Jordan Thompson, Lorenzo Sonego and Peter Gojowczyk, respectively. Taro Daniel, Hugo Dellien and Nicolas Jarry all were able to advance on Monday as match favorites.

Tuesday brings six more matches on the schedule as #1 Alex Zverev, #6 Adrian Mannarino and Grigor Dimitrov all make their 2019 Geneva Open underway.

Here are my picks for the Tuesday action in Switzerland.

Leonardo Mayer (-125) vs Joao Sousa (-111)

Leonardo Mayer, a two time ATP clay court title winner, enters the Geneva Open in the midst of his career on clay. Mayer has competed in eight clay court tournaments this season and has either not qualified for the tournament or was eliminated in the first or second round. The Argentine went 11-10 on clay in 2018, which was his worst season since 2010. Mayer sits at 4-8 on the dirt in 2019.

Joao Sousa has seen his ranking plummet after being able to win just one match since getting over to the European clay swing. Sousa won the title in Estoril, his home country, last season, but lost in the second round this year to really see his ranking drop. The Portuguese is 4-8 on clay in 2019.

Joao Sousa gets the win Tuesday.

The H2H is tied 1-1 with both meetings taking place on clay.

Hugo Dellien (-227) vs Janko Tipsarevic (+162)

Hugo Dellien has played a lot of tennis on clay this season, 36 total matches, and has performed quite well on the Challenger circuit. The Bolivian won the title at the Santiago Challenger and made two ATP quarterfinals during the South American clay season. Since getting to Europe, Dellien has fallen in the first round of Barcelona and Estoril and fell in the second round of Madrid. The 25-year-old is currently 24-12 on clay in 2019.

Janko Tipsarevic returned to his first ATP event since Houston, in early April, with a solid two set win over last year’s finalist Peter Gojowczyk. Tipsarevic entered the clay tournament in Houston and made a nice run to the quarters, but since then competed in just one Challenger event where he fell in the second round. Tipsarevic is  4-2 on clay in 2019.

Huge Dellien gets the win and advances to the quarters.

This will be the first meeting between the two.

YTD Tennis Results: 155-103

ATP Geneva Open Results: 1-2

 

ATP Geneva Open Best Bets – May 20th

The 2019 Geneva Open got underway Sunday with two main draw matches that featured a guy winning for the first time in 10 matches and another guy extending his losing streak to seven. Ernests Gulbis won for the first time since February 12th after knocking off Yoshihito Nishioka in straight sets Sunday. Juan Londero also won Sunday, in straight sets, extending Mischa Zverev’s losing streak to seven matches.

Monday has seven more first round matches on the schedule featuring #5 Radu Albot, #7 Matthew Ebden, #8 Andreas Seppi and Grigor Dimitrov.

Here are my picks for the Monday action in Switzerland.

Lorenzo Sonego (-175) vs Radu Albot (+137)

Lorenzo Sonego enters Geneva looking to round back into form as the Italian has struggled since his quarterfinal run in Monte Carlo earlier in the clay season. Sonego fell in the first round of both Munich in Rome in two tough three set matches. Sonego did not look as convincing as he’d like in the qualifying stages of this tournament, but regardless he will look to get his first main draw win since mid-April. Sonego is 18-9 on clay this season. The Italian unsuccessfully tried to qualify for the French Open during this week last season.

Radu Albot will look to find some form once again as he has struggled to win back-to-back matches since Indian Wells. Albot has played in four European clay court tournaments and he has been able to win one match in three of those, with the lone first round loss happening in Madrid. The Moldovan is 3-4 on clay in 2019. Albot fell in the second round of Lyon during this week last season.

Lorenzo Sonego gets the win on Monday.

This will be the first meeting between the two.

Grigor Dimitrov (-250) vs Federico Delbonis (+175)

Grigor Dimitrov has carried over his poor form from 2018 to 2019 as he has struggled to get much traction in any event this season. Dimitrov ended 2017 ranked #3, but the Bulgarian has seen his ranking jump to #48 in the world. Since getting on the European clay, Dimitrov has made one quarterfinal appearance, in Monte Carlo, but suffered back-to-back first round losses in Rome and Madrid. Grigor is 5-4 on clay in 2019. Dimitrov did not compete during this week last season.

Federico Delbonis returns to action for the first time since Barcelona, in late April, as he looks to find his form on clay from years past. Delbonis has won two ATP titles, and nine Challenger titles, on clay throughout his career, but he currently sits at just 8-7 on the surface this year. This week last year, Delbonis fell in the first round of the Lyon Open.

 I like Grigor Dimitrov to walk away with the victory on Monday.

Grigor Dimitrov leads the H2H 2-0, but this will be the first meeting on clay.

YTD Tennis Results: 153-102

ATP Geneva Open Results: 1-1

ATP Geneva Open Best Bets – May 19th

The Road to Roland Garros is almost complete, but there are still two more tournaments this week before we get the French Open started. We head to Geneva, Switzerland for the 2019 Geneva Open which is one of the final ATP 250 warmups before the players head to Roland Garros. The tournament really gets started on Monday, but there are two main draw matches, and four final qualifying matches, Sunday to get this show started. There were a ton of withdrawals from this year’s tournament, but fans will still be treated to some big time players. The top five seeds are Alex Zverev, Stan Wawrinka, Christian Garin, Marton Fucsovics and Radu Albot. Last year’s finalists, Marton Fucsovics and Peter Gojowczyk, are back to defend their points from 2018.

Yoshihito Nishioka vs Ernests Gulbis and Juan Londero vs Mischa Zverev gets us started on Sunday.

Here are my picks for the first day of action in Geneva.

Yoshihito Nishioka (-250) vs Ernests Gulbis (+175)

Yoshihito Nishioka enters the Geneva Open on a poor form of run since entering the European clay swing. Nishioka fell in the qualifying stage of Monte Carlo, the first rounds of Barcelona and Rome and the second of Estoril since getting to Europe. The Japanese man is currently 3-4 on clay this season. He did not play this week last season.

Ernests Gulbis enters Geneva on a 10 match losing streak and has been able to win just two total sets during this span. Gulbis has not won back-to-back matches since making a run to the quarters in the opening tournament of the season in Pune. The Latvian has won just one set on clay this season, but he has been in a fair share of tiebreakers so he may not be far off. Gulbis is 0-5 on clay this season. Gulbis competed in French Open qualifiers during this week last season in which he was able to successfully get through the three matches to enter the main draw.

Yoshihito Nishioka gets the win.

This will be the first meeting between the two.

Juan Londero (-455) vs Mischa Zverev (+300)

Since getting his first main draw win, and subsequent first ATP title, Juan Londero has really struggled to get any main draw wins on tour. Londero had a magical run in Cordoba during the South American clay court swing and had one of the most surprising wins of the 2019 season, but since coming to Europe the Argentine has only been able to win two main draw matches in five combined tournaments. He still posts a great 16-9 record on clay in 2019. Londero competed in French Open qualifiers during this part of the season last year, but failed to qualify.

Mischa Zverev enters the Geneva Open with just one win all season and on a current six match losing streak. Zverev’s only win this season was a retirement in the Miami Open first round by Nicola Kuhn after the Spaniard cramped up and couldn’t continue. Even more amazing then winning just one match all season is that Zverev has one just one set this season as well. Zverev is 0-5 on clay in 2019. The German lost in the first round here last year.

Juan Londero gets the win.

This will be the first meeting between the two.

YTD Tennis Results: 146-99

ATP Geneva Open Results:

 

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