2017 German Open Tennis Odds

Germania, Helvetia and Atlanta Open for Tennis Betting

July 31st, 2017 Tennis

The 24th of July is the feast of Christina the Astonishing as well as the tennis betting opening day of the German Open, the Swiss Open, and the Atlanta Open.

2017 German Open

• Date: July 24th-30th
• Edition: 111th
• Category: ATP World Tour 500
• Surface: Clay/Outdoor
• Location: Hamburg, Germany
• Venue: Am Rothenbaum


• Albert Ramos Viñolas
• Pablo Cuevas
• Karen Khachanov
• Gilles Simon
• Benoît Paire
• Diego Schwartzman
• Fernando Verdasco
• David Ferrer


• Daniel Altmaier
• Tommy Haas
• Maximilian Marterer


• Andrey Kuznetsov replaces Pablo Carreño Busta
• Nicolás Kicker replaces Borna Ćorić
• Dmitry Tursunov replaces Richard Gasquet
• Rogério Dutra Silva replaces Yūichi Sugita
• Evgeny Donskoy replaces Janko Tipsarević

The German Open has fallen on hard times since its downgrade from an ATP Masters Series event to an ATP World Tour 500 tournament. Nevertheless, it’s a still a chance for people who bet on tennis to do just that. And even if the Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal no longer deign to appear, the German Open Tennis Championships still attract many players who dislike playing on faster surfaces.

2017 Swiss Open Gstaad

• Date: 24th-30th July
• Edition: 50th
• Defending champion: Feliciano López
• Category: ATP World Tour 250 Series
• Prize money: €482,060
• Surface: Clay
• Location: Gstaad, Switzerland
• Venue: Roy Emerson Arena


• David Goffin
• Roberto Bautista Agut
• Feliciano López
• Fabio Fognini
• Paolo Lorenzi
• Robin Haase
• Dušan Lajović
• João Sousa


• Santiago Giraldo replaces Jérémy Chardy
• Ernests Gulbis replaces Marius Copil
• Marco Cecchinato replaces Viktor Troicki

Feliciano Lopez defeated Robin Haase 6-4, 7-5 in last year’s final. As the current Swiss Open champion the Spaniard enters as a tennis betting favorite to repeat. On the other hand, Sergi Bruguera was the last man to win this tourney back-to-back – three times straight, as a matter of fact, from 1992 to 1994. On the other, other, hand a Spanish tennis player has won this event in 15 of the last 30 editions. The last Swiss player to win it was one Roger Federer. You may have heard of him.

2017 BB&T Atlanta Open

• Date: July 24th-30th
• Edition: 7th
• Surface: Hard
• Location: Atlanta, United States
• Venue: Atlantic Station


• Jack Sock
• Nick Kyrgios
• John Isner< • Gilles Müller • Kevin Anderson • Ryan Harrison>
• Kyle Edmund
• Donald Young


• Christopher Eubanks
• Reilly Opelka


• Thanasi Kokkinakis replaces Dan Evans
• Thomas Fabbiano replaces Adrian Mannarino
• Dudi Sela replaces Bernard Tomic
• Vasek Pospisil replaces Mischa Zverev

Nick Kyrgios became the first non-American to win the event in 2016 and if history is any indications, his tennis betting odds of repeating shouldn’t be too bad. Andy Roddick is so far the only Atlanta Open champion not to repeat the following year. Mardy Fish won the inaugural edition in 2010 and became the first back-to-back winner the next year. John Isner won three in a row between 2013 and 2015. Speaking of whom, people who bet on tennis should be interested to know that Isner has been involved in the final match on six of the seventh editions of the tournament. The hometown favorite will once again be on hand this year.

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