2017 ATP Miami Open Betting Predictions

Posted by Eric Williams on Monday,March 20, 2017 7:45, EST in

If you’re fired up for this week’s Miami Open Master’s Tournament and you want to know which players stand the best chance of hoisting this year’s championship hardware, then you’re in luck!

Thanks to the expert tennis betting predictions insight that you’re about to get, you’re going to have a great chance to cash in over the course of the Miami Open. Now, let’s get started.

2017 ATP Miami Open Betting Predictions

Event: ATP – Miami Open
Date: Wednesday, March 22nd – Sunday, April 2nd, 2017
Location: Tennis Center at Crandon Park, Miami, FL

 

 

Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic rolled to his third straight title and fourth in five years at Miami in 2016, but the World No. 2 is out of this year’s event with a bad elbow.

Andy Murray

The 2013 winner and current World No. 1 will also miss this year’s Miami Open because of an elbow issue.

Roger Federer

Not only did Federer stun the tennis world by winning the 2017 Australian Open to bag his 18th career major, but Fed also blew away the competition en route to the title at Indian Wells on Sunday. With Djokovic and Murray both out, Federer is the clear-cut favorite at Miami and will have a great opportunity to win his second straight Master’s 1000 event.

Stan Wawrinka

Wawrinka reached the finals at Indiana Wells but ended up on the wrong wide of the score when Federer took him out in straight sets. Still the Stanimal will have a shot in Miami.

Rafael Nadal

Nadal got blitzed by Federer in the fourth round of Indian Wells, but he will have a shot to make a decent run at Miami, although Rafa clearly isn’t as good on hard courts these days as he is on his favorite surface of clay.

Nick Kyrgios

The Aussie star has the potential to beat anyone in the world and has done so to Djokovic twice this season alone. While the fiery Nick Kyrgios had to pull out of his semifinal showdown against Roger Federer at Indian Wells, I wouldn’t be surprised at all if he won in Miami.

Jack Sock

Sock reached the quarterfinals before falling to Federer, but he has a blossoming game that features a huge serves and an even bigger forehand.

Dominic Thiem, Mari Cilic, Kei Nishikori, Juan Martin Del Potro and Milos Raonic should all have decent chances to bag this title, but my pick is going to Kyrgios first and foremost, Thiem and 19-year-old superstar Alexander Zverev.