Tennis Tips and Predictions: ATP Finals

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The world’s eight best players will face off for the year end Championships of the men’s ATP tennis tour starting this Sunday, November 13th.

One of the most prestigious tournaments in the history of the sport, the Championship reflects the tournament winner going out on top.

After a long, hard, but glorifying year of action, there is one last push to give for the ATP Cup.

It is quite an achievement to qualify for a top eight position, and not many get the chance to compete for a YEC title.

Held on the beautiful indoor hard courts of Turin, Italy, there is much to say about the conditions that players will be facing this year.

Generally, one of the faster courts to play on, the indoor swing will play a factor in who gets to make it out of their groups. will have the ATP Finals’ outrights as well as the match odds ready to go from day one onset of the tournament, so head over now!

Players to Watch

ATP Finals? No one does it Better - Novak Djokovic

After just narrowly missing out on a third consecutive title at the Paris Masters 1000 two weeks ago, Novak Djokovic will take his focus onto the ATP 2022 Finals.

A tournament which he loves historically and has won plenty of times, the Djoker is more than ready for a tournament that many did not expect he would even make.

Novak did not get to enter both the US Open and Australian Open, which are two of his most coveted tournaments.

Nonetheless, either of these misses were not able to stop him from qualifying for the top eight.

His historic win at Wimbledon and master’s triumphs this year have him back in the most-feared category, all at a hearty thirty-five years of age!

Highlight the Serbian on your screens this week, as he is coming out for all the blood and revenge.

One Loss in two months of Play - Felix Auger Aliassime

Canada’s #1 player, Felix Auger Aliassime has reached a new career high in the rankings, at the world #6 spot.

His consistent play over the past two months has netted him an insane rise in the top players conversation, as well as qualifying for his first ATP Finals.

FAA has always had high expectations, especially in the junior stages of his career.

He has long awaited a time like this and 2023 could be even bigger for the hard-hitting Canadian.

The sky's the limit for Felix and without a doubt if he keeps his mental in check and game in-tact, could be a possible winner of his first ATP Year End Championship.

One of the Last Opportunities - Rafael Nadal

One of the big three Legends of the game, Rafael Nadal is back for another iteration of the YEC.

Nadal has had a great season in 2021, with a ton of memories involved with monumental wins at the Australian Open and French Open.

Although his body may not be even close to 100%, Rafael always performs under pressure in the ATP Finals.

His game does not necessarily suit the indoor hard-court pace, but he will give all his opponents a tough time with the bounce of his ball.

If he can get out of his group, Nadal could make some serious, unexpected noise in late November.

Fans will be optimistic, and Rafa will try and prove them right!

Prediction for Tourney Winner: Novak Djokovic