Friday , May 7 2021

Tennis: Favorites check before finishing ATP



The final highlight of the tennis year will be on Sunday with the ATP final. It seems to you who to watch at the end of the season in London.

Novak Djokovic & amp; The favorite. Although in Paris against Khachanov his run after 22 wins in a row came to an end – but this defeat was probably due to fatigue after a marathon in the semi-final match against Federer. Djokovic remains the hottest person on the tour. There is a chance in London to win the ATP final for the 6th time and catch up with the Swiss in this category. The new old number 1 in the world rankings can therefore crown its year, which is climbed back out of the top 20 on the ATP throne. This will further motivate the Serbs. Chance title: 40 percent.

Roger Federer: He caught the light group. Against Thiam, Nishikori and Anderson is a favorite of the 1st rank. Against Kevin Anderson, Swiss after Wimbledon won his quarter-final win this year in a bill. He had not lost Kay Nishikori for more than four years. Only against Austrian Austrian Dominique he has wins of 1: 2 negative balance – but the last game is two years back. He will have a chance in the final to comment on the Paris semi-final defeat against Djokovic. Chance title: 30 percent.

Marin Silik: The Croatian will be eligible behind Djokovic for the semifinals. He seems more stable these days than his main competitor Alexander Zverev. The young German had been dull in recent weeks, complaining publicly about his fatigue, not reaching the highest level. Even if he is after the world ranking before Cilic and won five last duels. The semifinals come to Australia final Finalrevanche between Cilic and Federer. Chance title: 20 percent.

Kevin Anderson: He takes on the role of spoilsport. South Africa travels to London with a season that is strong for his circumstances. In O2 Arena, the conditions with a quick surface are actually perfect for him. So Anderson is always ready for big events. He proved it at Wimbledon against Federer this year and in the US Open in 2017, when he reached the finals. Chance title: 10 percent.


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