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ATP Paris

ATP Paris betting guide

ATP Paris Betting Tips

The ATP Paris, or as it is more commonly known as the Paris Masters, is one of the most popular tennis tournaments outside of the four grand slams- Wimbledon, French Open, US Open and Australian Open. Many of the top players compete at the competition, making it an appealing one for betters.

ATP Paris betting is always exciting, and EagleBet will be presenting you with great bonus offers for some of the best sportsbooks who are able to offer odds on all the top tennis betting markets.

How ATP Paris Works

Usually staged at the end of September, the event is the final tournament on the tour before the season ending ATP finals. All ties are the best of 3 sets, meaning matches are fast paced and exciting, making odds likely to move quickly and often for online betters.

First held in 1968, what makes the tournament special is that a great number of different players have lifted the trophy in that time- in fact, 15 different players have won in Paris in the last twenty years. However, one man who is particularly popular with EagleBet visitors is the current world number one, Novak Djokovic.

ATP Paris Key Players

Djokovic has won the ATP Paris a record 5 times since 2009. The Serbian player has beaten a number of his rivals in past finals, including David Ferrer of Spain, the Canadian (and former Wimbledon finalist) Milos Raonic, and the three time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray. Djokovic is also the only player to successfully defend his title, which he achieved between 2013 and 2015. The odds will always be in his favour at the tournament

Murray, another player popular with online betters, recovered from his loss against his rival Djokovic to make it to the final the following year (2016), when he was up against John Isner. The Scot won the first set 6-3, before Isner won the second set in a tie-break. With it all on the line in the final set, Murray was able to hold his nerve and decisively break Isner’s serve, taking the final set 6-4.

Historically a whole host of the world’s former top players have triumphed in the competition; the Americans Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi, the Swedish players Stefan Edberg and Thomas Enqvist, and Boris Becker-the former child prodigy was a champion in Paris on three separate occasions.

Why Bet On The ATP Paris

It is not just singles matches that EagleBet partners have odds on, as the ATP Paris also hosts men’s doubles matches. The American twins Bob and Mike Bryan have been very strong when appearing at the tournament where they have emerged victorious four times, more than any other pairing.

The most recent champions were the French duo Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut, who overcame the Russian’s Karen Khachanov and Andrey Rublev in straight sets (6-4, 6-1) in the final last year. If it goes ahead later this year, Hebert and Mahut will be keen to defend their title.

Claim EagleBet Betting Bonuses To Place Wagers On The ATP Paris

Punters who visit us can find the best bonus offers for online bookmakers who offer the best odds and where you can place bets on all the most popular tennis betting markets. This includs First Set Winner, Match Winner, Set Betting and many more.

It is not just ATP Paris that EagleBet visitors can find betting tips for, as there is a wide selection of all the major tennis tournaments to know more about with our betting guides.

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