The ATP world tour finals are one of the major highlights of the tennis season. Held in November at the O2 Arena in London, the ATP world tour finals are packed full of talent. With that talent comes thousands of betting opportunities, quality betting odds and the tastiest tennis promotions…
Hand in hand with one of the greatest tennis tournaments of the year are betting offers and free bets. When it comes to ATP world tour free bets, you want to be looking at welcome bonuses. The welcome bonuses – available with almost all major betting sites – offer the greatest returns for new customers and are, often, risk free. Essentially, you can get free money for signing up and placing a free bet. In some cases, you can get free money for simply registering an account, without even placing a qualifying bet.
Ok Nadal pulling out of the ATP finals I can cope with. But Isner gets the call up? Are you f***ing kidding? I’ve bought tickets to three sessions and if I have to watch that Trumpkin I’ll be fuuuuurious.— Dan Hatch (@Daniel_Hatch) November 5, 2018
We’ll always share the best free bet and welcome bonus offers, so you can guarantee bang for your buck. Bet365 are one of the many bookies offering a welcome bonus, promising all new customers up to £100 in bet credits – available on the ATP finals. Likewise, they also have a tennis accumulator bonus, offering up to 50% extra, when you become a regular punter. Paddy Power also offer a £10 free bet for all new customers, and you can find similar welcome bonuses at the likes of Skybet, Ladbrokes, William Hill, Coral and hundreds more.
Decent ATP final betting offers also include enhanced odds. Basically, the bookies enhance the odds for the favourite for a short period, meaning you can get better returns. As we get closer to the tournament, there will, likely, be game-specific free bets offers and in-play bonuses.
Claiming free bets is relatively easy. When you do opt for a welcome bonus, you need to register for an account and follow their sign up details advertised on the website. In some cases, you also need to include a bonus code when registering for an account to ensure you qualify for the bonus, but that will be advertised when you land on the site.
When you have signed up for your account, you’ll, likely, need to place a qualifying bet at specific odds and place a qualifying bet on the sportsbook. If you do make a win on your free bet, you might have to wager the bonus and deposit a certain amount of times before withdrawing. However, this will all be outlined in the terms and conditions of the offer.
The betting odds for the ATP finals are out in full force, and you can make a range of bets and your fortune… The most popular betting market for the ATP finals are the outright winner opportunities. Basically, you can bet on the tennis player to take home the title, with the current ATP finals betting odds favoring Djokovic at odds of of 4/6 (Betfred). However, there are plenty of other markets to choose, such as the first set total and winner, set handicap, game handicap and more.
Djokovic has put in a solid performance over the year, and we expect him to put in a stellar match. Federer, however, is stiff competition for the ATP finals, with odds of 5/2 at Boylesports – and they are both well worth an investment.
The, current, outright winner betting odds are:
The ATP finals are the second highest tier of men’s tennis tournaments, coming just behind the Grand Slam. The week-long event has hosted all of the greats, with Roger Federer holding the record for the most single titles with six. The ATP is not a straightforward knock-out tournament when compared to the Grand Slam, with the players divided in two groups of four, playing three round-robin matches against each other.
The ATP finals has long-been dominated by Roger Federer, with Djokovic also coming up the ranks. However, the winners for the past 10 years are:
Djokovic is the one to watch for 2018. He has just replaced Nadal as the world number one, and is a five-time champion in the ATP finals. With Nadal also cutting short his tennis year due to ankle injuries, he has more of a chance of setting the record alongside Federer for six single titles. However, Federer is tipped second for the title. Plus, Federer has the advantage over Djokovic with his big serve, so it’s going to be a close final…
🚨 25 days until the #NittoATPFinals 🚨— Tennis TV (@TennisTV) October 17, 2018
The perfect time to start our daily countdown of the best 25 shots from the end of season finale!
Stefan Edberg gets us underway with a sublime forehand pass 👌 pic.twitter.com/0gkfvxpIFq
If you need anymore betting tips for the ATP finals, we’ll be sharing all of the latest news and betting offers. Before you put your money behind a player, always do your research and check their past performances to make sure they are going to come through.
He was a 12/1 long shot, but German up and comer Alexander Zverev did it, and he did it in style. The third highest ranked player in the competition at London’s O2 Arena ended Roger Federer’s hopes of a 100th ATP title and a seventh in this specific tournament. But more impressively, he then dismantled overwhelming favourite and world number one Novak Djokovic in straight sets.
The future is clearly bright for Zverev, and with Federer closing in on 40, Djokovic reaching the end of his peak and Rafa Nadal and Andy Murray constantly battling injury, he is best placed to dominate tennis for years to come.
Alexander Zverev recorded a stunning victory over the legendary Roger Federer at the ATP Tour Finals at the O2 Arena on Saturday, but he was booed off after stopping a rally due to a ball boy dropping a ball and winning the subsequent replayed point. Federer said he wasn’t angry and implored people not to boo the 24-year-old.
He will face another mammoth task on Sunday in the final against Novak Djokovic. The Serb, who called Zverev the leader of tennis’ next generation, beat Marin Cilic in his last four match on Tuesday.
After beating Kevin Anderson in the ATP World Tour Finals, booking his place in the next round of the competition, Roger Federer is dreaming of a 100th ATP Tour title. He will meet hotly tipped German Alexander Zverev in the last four after he overcame John Isner.
In the other semi final, Novak Djokovic, the overwhelming favourite to take victory in London, faces Marin Cilic. He put an end to Kevin Anderson’s hopes on Friday.
Roger Federer says he isn’t thinking about winning a stunning 100th career title, but he is still very much in the running for the ATP Tour Finals at the O2 Arena in London. His win over giant South African Kevin Anderson, who beat him in a thrilling game at Wimbledon over the summer, saw him top his group.
The Swiss is looking to add to his six crowns in the British capital, while young Belgian Dominic Thiem still harbours hopes of success after a win over Kei Nishikori. On Friday, German Alexander Zverev is in action against American John Isner. There is also news that the ATP Cup will start in January 2020.
Even without Rafael Nadal and Juan Martin Del Potro, the ATP Tour Finals has been a really interesting spectacle. Novak Djokovic, the overwhelming favourite, has qualified for the semi finals with one group game to spare thanks to Marin Cilic, a serial loser at this tournament, who won only his second match in 11 attempts against an emotional John Isner. The American had just found out about the death of his best friend and former coach Kyle Morgan.
Meanwhile Djokovic himself beat German Alexander Zverev before calling him the ‘leader of the new generation’. Roger Federer, meanwhile, must beat Kevin Anderson on Thursday after a narrow win over Dominic Thiem, which followed defeat to Kei Nishikori.
✅ 45 wins— ITF (@ITFTennis) November 6, 2018
❎ 4 defeats
🏆 5 titles
His season may be over, but @RafaelNadal will end 2018 with the best win-loss record on the @ATPWorldTour
Get well soon, Rafa – see you in 2019 💪 pic.twitter.com/sJno3pa5w2
Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal has pulled out of next week's season-ending Nitto ATP Finals in London because he is still struggling with an abdominal injury https://t.co/FtkF3GVZ4b pic.twitter.com/rUH9NOXJT9— CNN International (@cnni) November 5, 2018