Tennis Tips and Predictions: ATP Tokyo

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We continue with the Asian hard-court swing in the beautiful city of Tokyo, Japan.

One of the more pristine spots that the ATP tour has under its belt, the Tokyo Open often produces some of the best weeks of tennis in the history of the sport.

A 500 tournament by nature, Tokyo will feature another stacked set of entrants in the draw.

Ready to make a splash into this new month of October, the tournament is headlined by #1 seed Casper Ruud, who fell short last week in the semi-finals of Seoul.

There are a ton of other top twenty players involved in the mix this week, and spectators within Tokyo will be more than delighted to see their favourite athletes take the court and put on a performance.

Coinciding with the Astana Open over in Kazakhstan, the Tokyo Open will be one of the two 500 tournaments set to give tennis fans and bettors a great taste of entertainment and enjoyment.

A key factor that separates the two is the fact that ATP Tokyo will be played on outside hard-courts, and ATP Nur-Sultan on indoor hard-courts.

The two surfaces are similar and will give all these participants a good preparation heading into the rest of the season. is the best crypto sportsbook on the web, so take a look at our ATP parlay/single promotions now and maximize your game!

Players to Watch - Tokyo Open

Red-Hot on Tour - Frances Tiafoe - ATP #19

Currently fielding some of the best tennis out of anyone in the world in current conditions, Frances Tiafoe brings a set of spice and sizzle to the draw in Tokyo this week.

After a great American season over the past few months, Tiafoe looks to continue to build his game on the Asian courts.

His big serve coupled with shot-making will make him a threat to anyone he faces in Japan, while also entertaining fans in the process.

If he stays focused, Tiafoe can beat anyone in the draw this time around. There are some tough cookies to get through, but the sky's the limit for big Foe.

Look for Frances to employ his fast game especially on these Tokyo courts with the amount of skid the ball produces.

He is one of the players to watch for, and with good reason.

The Most Entertaining Man on the Circuit - Nicholas Kyrgios - ATP #20

Nick Kyrgios is looking like the man he was once projected to become so many years ago.

One of the most talented players in the history of the tennis sport, Kyrgios has cleaned up his mental act and is now focused on making things happen on the court instead of off-it.

The big serving Australian has created a huge fan base for himself due to his gameplay and style of going about things.

Coming up from out of the top one hundred pre-injury to now top twenty, shows what kind of season Kyrgios is having.

Tokyo is a tournament he has historically done well in, in the past, so expect much of the same this time around.

Rebound in Tokyo - Casper Ruud - ATP #2

Casper Ruud has become more of an all-courter after his achievements on multiple surfaces throughout this year.

The Norwegian has amassed ranking points to reach the number two spot in the world and will be at the ATP finals come November.

His game is not the most effective on the hard courts, and most of his draw opponents will be preying on that fact.

Ruud needs to adjust in the heat of the moment, and after losing out to eventual champion Yoshihito Nishioka last week, Ruud will want to take this title away.


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