Tennis Tips and Predictions: ATP Seoul

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Summary

Tennis fans will rejoice as the ATP Tour has resumed action in the best way possible!

The Asian hard-court swing is now in full effect, starting with this week’s ATP Seoul tournament.

Located in the heart of South Korea, Seoul, the 500 event has a star-studded cast list and many of the players involved will be looking to make a splash with a huge title to throw under their resume.

Players such as Casper Ruud and Taylor Fritz will be fresh off their Laver Cup duties and heading straight to the continent of Asia to continue their great form this season.

As far as local talent goes, the tournament has also given out wild cards to many of the Korean contestants in this year’s draw, which will make hometown fans happy!

There are so many matches to play, which means a ton of upset potential for whoever wants to go after the goal and get it.

The Asian swing reflects a period of good conditions within the tennis world and all the players in the draw know that there are equal chances for them to do well.

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Let’s take a look at some of the potential winners of the tournament in Seoul.

Players to Watch - Seoul Edition

Casper Ruud the World #2, Back In the Swing of Things

With consistency, comes great responsibility.

Casper Ruud, the Norwegian number one and overall world number two is currently playing some of the highest levels of tennis throughout the world and his ranking reflects his achievements in the past half-year or so.

The top-spin king has picked up some gutsy wins in his rise to the top three in the past few grand slams.

His points not only come from the big tournaments, however.

Ruud has done well in scheduling some of the 250’s and 500’s to his favor, picking up several tournament Champion medals in 2021-2022.

Ruud has the game for all courts and has finally adapted to the conditions of the hard court in these past three months.

Look for Casper to put on a show every time he takes the court this week, as well as create many chances for himself to win in the process.

Taylor Fritz looks to continue dominant hard-court showings

The United States #1 has had a season to remember in 2022 and is largely due to the improvements in his mental game and results at slams.

Although his early exit at the U.S. Open was severely hampering his plans for the end of the season, Fritz took the loss well, and now looks forward to possibly qualifying for the ATP finals.

Fritz possesses one of the biggest hard-court games on tour, with a huge serve and forehand that absolutely speeds through the corners of the court.

His error count used to be a problem in the past, but the past year has really reflected his progress in the right direction.

Soonwoo Kwon’s home tournament in the spotlight

Kwon will be looking to impress his hometown fans as one of the top Korean players in the draw this week.

His game on these courts is a force to be reckoned with and will have the crowd support of his fans each and every match that he takes the court on.

Kwon has more than enough weapons to give some of these top players trouble, but there are more things that need to go right than wrong for him to win this chip.

Look for the Korean #1 to make plays and make a real push to stay in the tournament from match to match, no matter the opponent.

Conclusion

Look out for some spicy matches at ATP Seoul this week and don’t miss the chance to bet them at Stake.com/sports!

ATP Seoul, Korea Republic Men Singles
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