Newly-minted world No. 1 Daniil Medvedev leads a star-studded cast at the Terra Wortmann Open in Halle, which includes world No. 5 Stefanos Tsitsipas, No. 9 Felix Auger-Aliassime and No. 13 Hubert Hurkacz, among several others.
The lineup that’s assembled for the prestigious ATP 500 event in Northwest Germany is without exception. This means fans will be treated to some top-notch battles, great tennis odds and, even, upsets in the race for the title.
Join us as we preview this tournament, examine the ATP Halle odds and serve up choice betting tips and picks for your tennis betting.
Let’s check the latest news, stats, injury reports, and tennis odds for ATP Halle. We’ve plenty of predictions for you to consider.
ATP Halle Outrights
- Daniil Medvedev +225
- Stefanos Tsitsipas +650
- Andrey Rublev +700
- Nick Kyrgios +750
- Felix Auger-Aliassime +750
- Hubert Hurkacz +1000
- Karen Khachanov +1400
- Sebastian Korda +1800
- Ugo Humbert +2500
- Miomir Kecmanovic +2800
- Ilya Ivashka +3000
- Pablo Carreno Busta +3000
- Roberto Bautista Agut +3000
- Holger V Nodskov Rune +4000
- Oscar Otte +4000
- Marton Fucsovics +4000
- Mckenzie McDonald +5000
- Aslan Karatsev +5000
- David Goffin +5000
- Marcos Giron +5000
- Cristian Garin +6500
- Benjamin Bonzi +6500
- Nikoloz Basilashvili +6500
- Alex Molcan +10000
- Laslo Djere +10000
Medvedev Tops Betting
Medvedev is competing in his second-straight grass-court event, even though the Russian won’t be competing at the Wimbledon Championships later this month.
The world No. 1 Russian isn’t welcome at the All England Club this year because of a ban issued by the Wimbledon organization on Russian and Belarusian players due to the war in Ukraine.
Medvedev reached the final of the Libema Open in ‘s-Hertogenbosch this Sunday, but he was stunned by Dutch wild card Tim Van Rijthoven 6-4, 6-1.
“First time in an ATP final and you destroy the number 2 in the world” 🤣
Medvedev congratulates @timvanrijthoven on his unbelievable week!@LibemaOpen pic.twitter.com/h1as9t3Lob
— Tennis TV (@TennisTV) June 12, 2022
The 26-year-old Russian will be keen to bounce back in Halle. He has a good enough draw to reach the quarter, assuming he overcomes journeyman player David Goffin in the first round.
The quarterfinals could be tricky with either Roberto Bautista-Agut or Marton Fucsovics emerging to challenge Medvedev, but the real threats could come in the semis against compatriot Karen Khachanov, Miomir Kecmanovic, Laslo Djere or home favorite Oscar Otte.
Tsitsipas Tipped Second
Stefanos Tsitsipas is one of the most consistent players on the ATP Tour. The current world No. 3 is regularly going deep at events or challenging for titles and that kind of consistency is hard to overlook in the betting online markets.
Grass isn’t the Greek’s best surface, which means he’s one of the top players that could be vulnerable to the upset. Tsitsipas’ grass game has improved over the years, but he has no titles to date on the luscious lawns of the ATP Tour.
Tsitsipas was a quarterfinalist in Stuttgart last week where he lost to Andy Murray. He brings a 1-1 record on grass to Halle. Lurking in Tsitsipas’ section of the draw is Australian Nick Kyrgios. The Aussie’s game is made for grass.
Should Tsitsipas survive a potential R16 matchup with Kyrgios, he could face a number of young up-and-comers, including American Sebastian Korda in the quarterfinals. The semis could set up a clash with Felix Auger-Aliassime, Hubert Hurkacz or defending champion Ugo Humbert.
There are several potential dangerous floaters in this tournament, some of which are priced among the top bets as a consequence of their grass-court prowess.
We’ve mentioned a few above, including Kyrgios and Auger-Aliassime. In fact, the Canadian absolutely loves to play on grass. He put together a solid 10-3 record during last season’s grass-court swing and a runner-up finish in ‘s-Hertogenbosch.
Other dangerous floaters one should keep an eye on include American Maxime Cressy and Hurkacz. The big-serving American and Pole can do some damage on this surface. The irony here is that this pair is slated to meet in the first round and only one will advance.
Another dangerous floater is defending champion Ugo Humbert. The Frenchman has struggled on form in 2022 and comes into Halle following a first-round exit in Stuttgart. A return to Halle could be the spark he needs to find form.
.@RogerFederer-Allee 🌱 pic.twitter.com/Zc9zLZeuCW
— Holger Rune (@holgerrune2003) June 10, 2022
Tennis Betting Verdict
The stacked Halle draw opens the possibility for multiple players to win the title. Medvedev will be eager to recover after losing the Libema Open final. He’s certainly one to watch, if not back, for your tennis picks as the +225 favorite.
Others that practically leap off the page as value bets are Auger-Aliassime and Kyrgios at +750, although the former is the more in-form player and the better option of the two. Kyrgios is a good bet for an upset during the early rounds, but he’s not the most consistent player. Thus, a bet on Kyrgios is more of a wild card play.