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Betting Tips & Predictions for ATP Stockholm

03 Nov 2022
Leon Travers 03 Nov 2022
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  • A preview of the players to watch - and who to bet on
ATP Stockholm is another event on the European indoor calendar. With the excitement of the recent tournaments in Gijon and Florence, there’s a buzz in the air for this gathering in Sweden.

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ATP Stockholm is far from the biggest event on the tennis calendar (it’s only a 250 event), but it tends to punch above its weight when it comes to attracting many of the world’s top players. As the draw is littered with star names, you can be sure that there will be some enticing matches all the way through.

Without question, several players want to make an impact with a set of crucial Master’s series events on the horizon. promises to have some of the best odds around for this event, and as always, there will be suitable promotions running alongside it.

How to Bet On ATP Stockholm

  • If you are an account holder, visit our Stake bonus code page to learn how to get a 200% welcome bonus on your first deposit. Of course, if you already have an account, simply log in.
  • Open the sports menu and select Tennis.
  • When on the main tennis page, choose ATP Stockholm.
  • Here you can scroll through the upcoming matches and preview the markets and betting odds.

Players to Watch

Hometown heroes - the Ymer brothers - have a good track record at this event, but they’ll have their work cut out going deep into the competition given the strength of the field. 

Stefanos Tsitsipas

Ultimately, the man to beat is Greek #1 Stefanos Tsitsipas. Despite his form being inconsistent throughout 2022, he showed his talents by finishing runner-up to Novak Djokovic in last week’s indoor event in Astana. 

What’s encouraging is that his serve looked solid all week and his backhand seems to be finding its range - both of which will bolster his confidence.

Dennis Shapovalov

Much of 2022 was a year to forget for Dennis Shapovalov, but his fortunes have changed over the last month or so, with his final appearance in Seoul being among the highlights. There is no doubting the Canadian’s ability, and if his one-handed backhand is on song, he’s clearly a threat to go deep.

Tommy Paul

Coming back to defend his crown is American Tommy Paul. Clearly, he likes the fast Stockholm surface and history tells us that he has the tools required to go all the way. His aggressive style, particularly when rallying, makes him an exciting player to watch (and bet on). 

With the likes of Tsitsipas, Shapovalov, and Britain’s Cam Norrie, Paul is going to have to be on top of his game to be a two-time winner this year.