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ITF W60 Toronto

ITF W60 Toronto betting guide

ITF W60 Toronto Betting Tips

The ITF W60 Toronto, or more commonly known as the Tevlin Women’s Challenger, is an intriguing competition for fans of tennis and online betters alike. While not one of the most well known tournaments, it still is very competitive and exciting, with a range of players with enticing odds.

ITF W60 Toronto Betting is definitely worth a consideration for EagleBet visitors who fancy placing bets on top quality tennis using our best betting bonuses.

ITF W60 Toronto Background

The first edition of the Tevlin Women’s Challenger was in 2005, meaning it has had 11 years to become established as part of the women’s tennis calendar. Held in Toronto at the end of October/beginning of November, it’s $60,000 prize fund isn’t huge compared to some of the larger tournaments, but it is still an alluring prospect for up and coming players in the women’s game.

ITF W60 Toronto Format and Structure

The most recent version of the competition was in 2019. For the singles aspect, it saw eight seeded players, plus qualifiers and wildcard entries, making it a 32 person tournament, consisting of five rounds.

While a decent portion of the players, especially the wildcard entrants, were native Canadians, there was a good selection of players from all over the world. Therefore online betters from across the globe could look for odds on someone from their nation, or if not somewhere close by.

What is interesting about betting on the ITF W60 Toronto is that not all seeded entrants made it through to the later stages of the competition, meaning that players with longer odds could do better than expected. In fact, three of the eight quarter finalists were non seeded, showing that unfancied players can cause upset in this competition.

Top Players and Achievements

The first semifinal in 2019 was between the top seed Kirsten Flipkens and the unseeded Samantha Murray. Flipkens was once ranked as high as 13th in the world, and had previously made it to the semifinals of Wimbledon back in 2013. As the online odds would’ve been well in her favour, it was unsurprising that she won the tie. The other semi was between second seed Francesca Di Lorezno who beat Bibiane Schoofs in a three set thriller.

Flipkens was the favourite going into the final, so many online betters would’ve placed bets on her to defeat Di Lorenzo. However, the American number two seeded defied the odds by beating her Belgian rival 7-6, 6-4.

In the doubles, it was the 4th seeded pairing of Robin Anderson of the United States and Jessika Ponchet of France who became champions, as they overcame the Canadian duo Mélodie Collard and Leylah Fernandez in straight sets. The odds were on Anderson and Ponchet, but with the home crowd behind Collard and Fernadez meant there was quite an atmosphere in the stadium.

Betting & Odds Of The W60 Toronto

EagleBet is able to offer its visitors a number of the best online bookmakers where they will face a chance to bet on all upcoming ITF W60 Toronto matches when the competition next takes place.

In addition, it offers customers online betting a chance to bet on a wide variety of other top tennis tournaments from all over the world. ITF W60 betting is only going to grow in popularity over the coming years.

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