MyBookie is back with a free Tennis betting preview and predictions for the 2022 ATP 1000: Mutua Madrid Open, providing you with all the information you’ll need to find the best bets on the ATP Betting Odds.
Tennis Preview for the Mutua Madrid Open Tournament | ATP Betting Analysis
Jannik Sinner is not one of the betting favorites for the 2022 Mutua Madrid Open, and that is fair. Compared to the top-rated players traveling to Spain, he is a second-tier participant, but it’s hard to ignore him at the offered betting odds.
Sinner has achieved success when faced against top-rated players before, and he definitely has the tools to make a splash in Madrid. He is still very young, which gives him the greater scope of winning Masters events like this one in the future, but if we look at what Sinner has achieved recently, it’s fair to say that he just might claim the Masters event here.
Most notably, he performed well in Monte-Carlo, where Sinner lost 6-7 in the third against Zverev, which is quite an achievement. Moreover, he is 19-4 on the year and is 1-1 against Zverev, who he might face off against in the QF.
And we must also note that Sinner has improved his serve quite a bit recently. Admittedly, his serve was never a concern, but if he can further improve it, it could help Sinner make a splash at the upcoming tournament.
Priced at slightly shorter odds compared to Sinner. Rublev is another player we’re excited about. He is 25-5 on the season, and his most recent W came against Djokovic in the Belgrade finals.
Yes, that wasn’t the “peak” Djokovic, so we should take Rublev’s success with a grain of salt, but it surely helped with the Russian’s morale.
We must also touch on Rublev’s draw. He got placed in the same quarter as Tsitsipas, who could be a threat. Rublev is 5-4 against the Greek but 1-2 on clay. Nevertheless, Rublev has done well in Madrid before and is an excellent pick at the offered betting odds.
If you’re looking for a longshot bet, John Isner is the many for you. Last year, Isner reached QF in Madrid, only to lose against Dominic Thiem, but realistically, Isner should have won that match.
It marked Isner’s third Madrid QF from his last three visits, so it’s fair to say that he enjoys playing on the Spanish clay. To further confirm that, Isner has held serve 94.1% of the time at this venue, which is higher than his career average (91.9%). In other words, Isner holds a serve in Madrid in 19 of 20 games.
On a more negative side, Isner’s return is quite bad relative to his peers. However, he has a tie-break score of 16-10 in Madrid, so it’s fair to say that he should be set for another deep run.
Just check Isner’s past form if you’re looking for more positives. In his first clay tournament of 2022, Isner made the finals in Houston, which is a venue that is much faster than its European counterpart.
Admittedly, landing in the top half, alongside other top players, won’t help Isner’s chances. But he has pushed Nadal and Djokovic to five sets on clay in the past, so we’re not too worried about that.
At the offered betting odds, Isner is an excellent longshot pick. Advisably, you should take him on the e/w market.