Post-Wimbledon 2017 ATP Tour

Post-Wimbledon 2017 ATP Tour Tennis Betting Tournaments

July 31st, 2017 Tennis

The upcoming 2017 ATP World Tour tennis betting tournaments will the hair of the dog for those people who bet on tennis who will surely be suffering from a Wimbledon hangover.

2017 Hall of Fame Tennis Championships

Date: July 17th-July 23rd

Category: ATP World Tour 250 series

Surface: Grass/Outdoor

Location: Newport, Rhode Island, United States

Venue: International Tennis Hall of Fame

Defending champion: Ivo Karlovic


1. John Isner
2. Ivo Karlović
3. Adrian Mannarino
4. Pierre-Hugues Herbert
5. Víctor Estrella Burgos
6. Lukáš Lacko 105
7. Tennys Sandgren
8. Illya Marchenko
9. Wild cards
10. Michael Mmoh
11. Rajeev Ram


Marco Chiudinelli replaces Marcos Baghdatis

Stefan Kozlov replaces James Duckworth

Peter Gojowczyk replaces Ernesto Escobedo

Bjorn Fratangelo replaces Jürgen Melzer

Akira Santillan replaces Gilles Müller

Mitchell Krueger replaces Sam Querrey

Tobias Kamke replaces Jordan Thompson

Dennis Novikov replaces Dudi Sela

Denis Kudla replaces Mischa Zverev

People who bet on tennis have got to believe that guy actually named Tennys should be an odds-on favorite, right? Right? All joking aside though, current champion Karlovic has been featured in the last three final matches, while Isner is the most recent back-to-back winner.

2017 Swedish Open

Date: 17th-23rd July (men), 24th-30th July (women)

Surface: Clay

Venue: Båstad tennis stadium

Defending champions: Albert Ramos-Viñolas, Laura Siegemund

Men’s Seeds

1. Pablo Carreño Busta
2. Albert Ramos Viñolas
3. Pablo Cuevas
4. Richard Gasquet
5. Karen Khachanov
6. Fernando Verdasco
7. Diego Schwartzman
8. David Ferrer
9. Wild cards
10. Tommy Haas
11. Elias Ymer
12. Mikael Ymer


Facundo Bagnis replaces Nicolas Almagro

Alexandr Dolgopolov replaces Steve Darcis

Renzo Olivo replaces Viktor Troicki

Women’s seeds

1. Caroline Wozniacki (tennis betting fave)
2. Petra Kvitová
3. Anastasija Sevastova
4. Caroline Garcia
5. Timea Bacsinszky
6. Anett Kontaveit
7. Carla Suárez Navarro
8. Kiki Bertens

Ramos-Vinolas became the champion of 2016 Swedish Open when he defeated Fernando Verdasco in the final 6-3, 6-4. This was the Spaniard’s first tourney win on the ATP Tour and the 28 year old was awarded the prize from the hand of none other than Swedish legendary tennis player Björn Borg. Meanwhile, runner up Verdasco annonced that he will return to Båstad this summer.  David Ferrer will join Verdasco – Ferrer won the 2012 edition.

2017 Croatia Open Umag

Date: 17th-23rd July

Category: ATP World Tour 250

Prize money: €482,060

Surface: Clay

Location: Umag, Croatia


1. David Goffin
2. Gaël Monfils
3. Fabio Fognini
4. Paolo Lorenzi
5. Gilles Simon
6. Borna Ćorić
7. Benoît Paire
8. Jiří Veselý


Alessandro Giannessi replaces Andreas Haider-Maurer

Andrej Martin replaces Martin Kližan

Marco Cecchinato replaces Philipp Kohlschreiber

Norbert Gombos replaces Yūichi Sugita

Belgian Goffin will compete in the tourney on a main draw singles wild card and should be the top seed of the many ATP World Tour tennis betting faves who have already confirmed their participation in the competition. The top notch lineup guarantees that there will be superior tennis from the very first to the last day of this year’s Croatia Open. Meanwhile, France’s Gael Monfils stated that “This is the third time I’ll be playing in Umag and I really hope I will finally be able to go all the way. It’s a great tournament and one of my favorite ones on the ATP World Tour calendar.”

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