Tennis Tips and Predictions: ATP Paris Masters

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The final master’s tournament of the year to conclude the ATP regular season before the playoffs will stop in Paris, Bercy.

The Rolex Paris Masters is one of the biggest tournaments of all-time and if you want to be a legend of the sport, you have to win it at some point.

One of the, if not the biggest indoor hard-court tournament of the year, it provides players with the last chance to prove themselves to the tour and gain some points for their year-end ranking.

Nothing will taste sweeter than ending the year off with a huge trophy and there is going to be competition surrounding who gets the opportunity to do so.

Having one of the most stacked fields in recent months, Bercy Rolex will be treating fans to an absolute plethora of pleasurable tennis, and so will bettors on!

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Players to Watch

Rafael Nadal

One of the two remaining of the big three is set to create havoc at one of his least winnable tournaments in his career.

Rafael Nadal has the support of the whole world behind him for the time being until he retires, after the retirement of his rival Roger Federer.

There is not much to take positives from Rafael Nadal’s indoor hard-court season, and his game usually does not suit well to these conditions.

However, fresh off becoming a new father, Nadal looks to end his season with a bang at Paris and at the ATP Finals.

Both indoor tournaments with a bunch of capable players will be looking to beat Rafa for a feather cap in their career hats, so expect them to come at the king with their best.

Felix Auger Aliassime

The ATP’s most in-form player is back for a very special tournament for him.

The Canadian #1 is finally catching form and doing what so many wanted from him since he was projected to skyrocket as a child within the sport.

Felix Auger Aliassime is looking to make a real push into the top five this upcoming season, and points at Bercy will do him some massive justice.

He still has a chance to make the ATP finals but needs some big wins to make it happen.

The big serve and ability to find winners from anywhere on the court is a huge plus, especially when he believes in himself.

Look for Felix to continue his run into the YEC with some great wins in the first few rounds, and possibly challenge for the title depending on his draw.

Novak Djokovic

After taking a week break from the 500 tournaments in Europe, Novak is back for one of his favourite weeks of tennis.

A multi-time Champion of Bercy, the Rolex Masters always brings the best out of the former world number one.

He is in absolute flawless form right now and if he comes into this tournament with the same killer mindset, it might be over for the field.

There is no telling what this man can accomplish when he is himself. Rested up for a final push, Novak is the favourite to take it all here.

Sliding on every shot, producing some amazing winners, and frustrating opponents to the maximum, Novak is here to prove his point to the tennis world.