Tennis Tips and Predictions: ATP Vienna

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The Indoor hard-court swing brings another fan favourite tournament, this time in Vienna, Austria.

Home of the Erste Bank Open, one of the more polished and eloquent tournaments to win on the tour, especially towards the end of the season.

Usually housing one of the best crowds in all of tennis, the more entertaining players get a warm welcome at the Erste Bank Open.

There is a ton of fan interaction and the emotions do get very high when the matches become close.

One of the fastest surfaces on the tour to play on, Vienna will cater to those with big serves and one punch ground strokes.

The rallies will shorten and those with the big shots will likely come out on top.

That doesn’t mean fighters can’t get through, though, and the unforced error counts for the big shot makers may skyrocket here in the process. will offer you with some great promotions on tennis bets throughout the week so keep your eyes peeled and bets ready on our world-famous sportsbook, now!

Players to Watch

Dominic Thiem Eyes Return to the Top at Home

The former US Open Grand Slam Champion is back on the tour after suffering a wrist injury that kept him out of the game for almost a year and a half.

Known for one of the most beautiful one-handed backhands in the history of the game, Dominic Thiem is slowly regaining his power and becoming a force to be reckoned with once again.

The Austrian will be in familiar vibes, as he won the tournament in 2019 with authority.

The fans will likely push him to the maximum possible ability he can, and the Dominator has a great shot to improve his ranking into the top one hundred this week.

Look for the hometown favourite to come back after a layoff and put on an absolute show at one of his favourite tournaments.

Indoor Form is on Point for Stefanos Tsitsipas

Stefanos Tsitsipas is playing some great tennis at the moment and after making a final in Astana two weeks ago, found himself fighting for the trophy in Stockholm just this past weekend.

The Greek has won the Swedish Open twice now in his career and will carry over his good form into the Austrian Open.

Peaking at the right time is never bad, and Stefanos finally looks confident in his tennis once again.

When able to create all his shots, Tsitsipas can take out anyone in the world and his game is very large to handle.

Tiredness will be a slight factor this week, but if his mentality permits, Stef will be on to make a back-to-back title run this week in Vienna.

Taylor Fritz’s First Swing after Tokyo

Taylor Fritz enjoyed a well-earned week off before coming to Europe after winning his first 500 title in Tokyo.

The US #1 has seen a rapid ascendancy into superstardom this season and these past thirty days could not have gone any better.

The weapons that Fritz harbours will be dangerous on these Vienna courts.

Fast conditions are always good for most American players, but Fritz takes that to another level.

If he is well-rested, Fritz can make another push for another 500 title under his resume, making him one of the players to watch for this weekend.

Big serves and thunderous forehands are the name of the game for Fritz, which can easily land him a semi-final or finals spot in this draw.