Tennis Betting Preview

The world of professional tennis might not be in the middle of a major tournament this weekend, but there are still some excellent betting options available around the world. The Citi Open is currently being held in Washington D.C., the Generali Open is being played in Austria, and the Mexican Open is being played in Mexico. Most of the biggest names in tennis will be sitting these events out, but there will still be some great competition at each of these three events. Let’s take a quick look at all three tournaments in hopes of helping you decide which tournament to bet on.

Washington Citi Open:

The Citi Open held in Washington D.C. began on July 27, and will run through August 4. This event is part of the WTA and ATP Tour, and features a full bracket of both men’s and women’s singles. Alexander Zverev is the defending champion on the Men’s side, and Svetlana Kuznetsova is the reigning champion on the women’s side. This tournament was founded in 1969 and is played on a hard surface at William H.G. FitzGerald Tennis Center.

There are a few big names on the men’s side including Stefanos Tsitsipas and Milos Raoncic. It’s hard to imagine anyone really stepping up and challenging these two players, and they appear to be on a crash course to meet up in the finals. Stefanos Tsitsipas is the pick to win the Men’s Singles championship at the Citi Open.

The women’s portion of this tournament will feature a ton of WTA qualifiers who will all be trying to prove their worth on tour. There aren’t a ton of huge names in the women’s field, but American Sloane Stephens will be on the court. Stephens is the most talented player in this field, and she should be the pick to win the women’s singles at the 2019 Citi Open.

Generali Open:

The Generali Open is the new name of the Austrian Open which began in 1894. This is one of the oldest tennis tournaments in the world, and is a clay surface tournament that is held outdoors. Tennis Stadium Kitzbuhel is the host site of this tournament once again this year, and there is plenty of intrigue heading into this week. The Generali Open features Men’s Singles and Men’s Doubles, but there is not a women’s portion of this tournament. Most of the big names in men’s tennis won’t be present for this ATP event, but there will still be some solid tennis players in the field.

Betting Preview: Austrian Dominic Thiem is the top seed at the 2019 Generali Open, and he will be a fan favorite for sure. Serbian Dusan Lajovic is the second seed, and he really feels like the only one who can pose a threat to Thiem. Thiem has proven himself against some of the top names on the WTP Tour, and he isn’t going to let anyone beat him on his home turf. Dominic Thiem is the pick to win the 2019 Generali Open.

Mexican Open:

The Mexican Open is the newest of the three tournaments taking place this week, but it is a part of both the ATP Tour. There will be both a men’s singles and a men’s doubles tournament going on this week, but we are going to focus on the single’s side of things. There aren’t many big names in this field, but it still should be an exciting week in Mexico.

Betting Prediction:

Italian Fabio Fognini has earned to top overall seed in this event, but he will have plenty of competition. Fognini will likely face Lucas Pouille in the semifinal round, and that feels like the championship match. Pouille is from France, and he has the skills to win this tournament. Bet on Lucas Pouille to win the single’s side at the Mexican Open. We encourage you to place these bets, and do so quick at our favorite cheap pay per head bookie site at

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