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Big-Hitting American Headlines ATP Abierto Mexicano Betting

Taylor Fritz is all the rage with our best tennis predictions for today, and he could win consecutive titles.

The American won at Delray Beach this week, his second consecutive win there, and he could make it another title in Acapulco.

Big-Hitting American Headlines ATP Abierto Mexicano Betting
Spain's Rafael Nadal | Pedro Pardo / AFP

He comes up against the likes of Casper Ruud and Holger Rune, so it won’t be easy.

Fritz on Fire

It’s good to see American tennis back in good hands with Fritz, who is good enough to win at the Grand Slam level.

He got past countryman Tommy Paul in the final on Monday, and he didn’t look like losing a set. That win should give him plenty of confidence, and he has beaten fields of this quality in the past.

The 26-year-old has come through the ranks, and his recent quarterfinal appearance at the Australian Open is a testament to his quality.

He was no match for Novak Djokovic on that occasion, but he made the greatest player of all time work for his money.

The sportsbook is likely to have Fritz on the second line of betting behind Ruud, but we make him the tournament favorite in Mexico.


Ruud Brings Plenty of Talent

Ruud is far too good to leave out of our tennis picks for the ATP Abierto Mexicano Telcel.

The 25-year-old Norwegian is always a solid tennis pick ATS, and he could provide bettors with value.

He is currently making a deep run at the Los Cabos Open, so he has looked good in recent times despite being beaten in the third round in Melbourne.

Ruud is a player who has always shown excellent ability but doesn’t win as often as he should.

He’s the highest-ranked player in the field, so his sports betting odds should reflect his ranking.


Time for Rune to Deliver

Our latest tennis betting lines have Rune at value odds to win, so now it could be time for the Danish player to live up to expectations.

The 20-year-old still has time on his side, and high expectations were placed on him too early. However, he’s still one of the best and most promising players on the ATP Tour.

Despite losing at ATP Rotterdam in the Round of 16, Rune will be keen to avenge that loss and make a deep run in Mexico.

He made the semifinal in France earlier this month, and he only needs to raise his game slightly to start winning more consistently.

We’re happy to include him in our selections as a value pick, and he’ll start cashing for bettors sooner or later.


Pressure Goes on Aussie

Another talented player who hasn’t been living up to expectations is Australia’s Alex de Minaur, who at times looks great, but then loses matches he should win.

The Sydney-born player made the fourth round at the Australian Open when losing to Rublev before losing in the final at Rotterdam to Australian Open winner Jannik Sinner.

We were mightily disappointed in his performance at Los Cabos when losing in the Round of 16 to an unheralded American. However, we’re sticking with him because he’s classy at his best.



Questions Of The Day

Who is the best bet for the ATP Abierto Mexicano Telcel?

Taylor Fritz is playing career-best tennis and he could win consecutive tournaments having won at Delray Beach this week.

Which player has the highest ATP rankings at this tournament?

Casper Ruud is the highest-ranked player at the ATP Abierto Mexicano Telcel. He’s ranked fourth in the world.

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