Tennis Tips and Predictions: ATP Stockholm

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The European indoor hard swing is back into play and after a set of awesome tournaments in Gijon and Florence last week, we welcome another week in Stockholm, Sweden.

There are so many top players waiting to make a mark in history and boost their rankings this week and what better way to do so, then attending one of the most historical ATP Tournaments in the world!

Although it’s only a 250 event, there are so many top players attending, and the draw is actually quite stacked from top to bottom.

Each and every match will be a tough grind for anyone in the tournament and some upsets will be brewing in the wings.

Hometown favorites in the Ymer brothers have always played well in this tournament but winning it will be a huge task this year with how deep the field is.

Coming into a set of huge master’s events very soon in the calendar along with the ATP Finals, this tournament comes at a crucial time during the season and players will want to make their final pushes towards their end of the season goals. has the best odds for tennis matches and we will have promotions running all week long!

Players to Watch

Former Champion Looks to Hold the Crown - Stefanos Tsitsipas

After a successful runner-up week in Astana to kick off the indoor season for Stefanos Tsitsipas, the sky seems like the limit for the Greek #1.

His play has largely been inconsistent in 2022, but he looks confident in both his backhand and serve once again.

Although he would’ve loved to win the title against Novak Djokovic in Astana last week, he now comes back to a surface and tournament that he is so familiar with.

Winning the tournament in 2018, as one of his maiden ATP titles, will surely give Tsitsipas confidence to do well going forward this week.

He will play some great offensive tennis and holding back is not an option. Look for Stefanos to do well and take advantage of the byes he receives as the #1 seed in the process.

Change of Fortune in October? - Dennis Shapovalov

After posting some horrible results in most of 2022, Dennis Shapovalov is looking to reverse the negativity.

His play over the past month or so has been exceptional, starting with a final in Seoul just over two weeks ago.

The one-handed backhand of the Canadian is always a threat on fast surfaces when he’s on, but his unforced error count in 2022 has skyrocketed to all-time highs.

There is so much to talk about regarding the talent that this man possesses when he’s on the upward trend, and this week could be a game changer for him mentally.

Last Year’s Champion looks to repeat - Tommy Paul

After winning his first ever tour title in 2021 in Stockholm, Tommy Paul has made a name for himself on the tour among the best of them.

Peaking in the top thirty this season, Paul has all the game and weapons to do well under these fast conditions.

He loves being the aggressor in rallies and puts on a show of variety when needed.

Tommy truly has an arsenal of all shots in the book, which is what makes him a must-watch. He won the 2021 iteration in style over Dennis Shapovalov and will be looking to repeat in 2022.