ATP Tennis Tournaments 2015

Online betting, especially online tennis betting has become increasingly popular over the years due to the spectator enjoyment of the game of tennis as well as the accessibility to online betting portals. The ATP Tennis Tournaments that take place throughout the year provide excellent opportunities for tennis betting enthusiasts to try their luck.

With the ATP Tour Finals taking place between the 15th and 22nd November this year, we look back at the years tournaments to see who of the top eight stands the best chance of winning the ATP Tour final title this year, and who best to place your tennis bets on.

For reference sake, we have listed each tournament and their winners below:
January 2015
Brisbane – Roger Federer
Doha – David Ferrer
Chennai – Stan Wawrinka
Sydney – Viktor Troiki
Auckland – Jiri Vaseli
Australia Open (Grand Slam) in Melbourne – Novak Djokovic
February 2015
Quito – Victor Estrella Burgos
Montpellier – Richard Gasquet
Zagreb – Guillermo Garcia-Lopez
Rotterdam – Stan Wawrinka
Memphis – Kei Nishkori
Sao Paulo – Pablo Cuevas
Rio de Janeiro – David Ferrer
Marseille – Gilles Simon
Delray Beach – Ivo Karlovic
Buenos Aires – Rafael Nadal
Acapulco – David Ferrer
Dubai – Roger Federer
March 2015
ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells USA – Novak Djokovic
ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami USA – Novak Djokovic
April 2015
Casablanca – Martin Klizan
Houston – Jack Sock
ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte Carlo – Novak Djokovic
Barcelona – Kei Nishkori
Bucharest – Guillermo Garcia-Lopez
Munich – Andy Murray
Estoril – Richard Gasquet
Istanbul – Roger Federer
May 2015
ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid – Andy Murray
ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome – Novak Djokovic
Geneva – Thomaz Belluci
Nice – Dominic Thiem
Roland Garros (Grand Slam) in Paris – Stan Wawrinka
June 2015
Stuttgart – Rafael Nadal
s-Hertogenbosch – Nicolas Mahut
Halle – Roger Federer
London/Queens Club – Andy Murray
Nottingham – Dennis Istoman
Wimbledon (Grand Slam) London – Novak Djokovic
July 2015
Newport – Rajeev Ram
Bogota – Bernard Tominic
Bastad – Benoit Paire
Umag – Dominic THiem
Hamburg – Rafael Nadal
Atlanta – John Isner
Gstaad – Dominic Thiem
August 2015
Washington – Kei Nishkori
Kitzbuehel – Philipp Kohlschreiber
ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Canada – Andy Murray
ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Cincinnati – Roger Federer
Winston-Salem – Kevin Anderson
US Open (Grand Slam) New York – Novak Djokovic
September 2015
Metz – Jo-Wilifred Tsonga
St Petersburg – Milos Raonic
Kuala Lumpur – David Ferrer
Shenshen – Tomas Berdych
October 2015
Tokyo – Stan Wawrinka
Beijing – Novak Djokovic
ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Shanghai – Novak Djokovic
Stockholm – Tomas Berdych
Moscow – Marin Cilic
Vienna – David Ferrer
Basel – Roger Federer
Valencia – Joao Sousa
November 2015
ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Paris – Novak Djokovic

Given that Novak Djokovic has won 9 of the above titles, 3 of which are Grand Slam titles, it is fair to say that he has a very high chance of securing the trophy of the ATP World Tour Finals. Betting odds on Djokovic are currently 11/20 which means that returns aren’t very high should he win. Andy Murray currently has betting odds of 10/1 and Stan Wawrinka has even better returns with betting odds of 12/1. Nadal is at 14/1, Nishkori is at 16/1, Berdych is at 25/1 and Ferrer is at 50/1. Perhaps it’s worthwhile betting on the players somewhere in the middle for the best returns.

Read more about how to place a tennis bet with our Step by Step Guide to Tennis Betting.

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