Okay MyBookie tennis betting community, with the 2020 U.S. Open now in the rearview mirror and the ATP Tour gearing up for the quickly-approaching 2020 French Open, it’s time to take a look at which players are offering the best betting value against their Tennis odds as the 2020 ATP Hamburg Open gets underway on Monday, Sept. 21. With that said, I’ve got three, first round matches right in the betting bullseye. Now, let’s get started with a look at the past Hamburg Open winners
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- When: Monday September 21 to Sunday September 27
- Where: Am Rothenbaum, Hamburg, Germany
- TV: Tennis Channel
Past Hamburg Open Winners
- 2019: Nikoloz Basilashvili
- 2018: Nikoloz Basilashvili
- 2017: Leonardo Mayer
- 2016: Martin Klizan
- 2015: Rafael Nadal
- 2014: Leonardo Mayer
- 2013: Fabio Fognini
- 2012: Juan Monaco
- 2011: Gilles Simon
- 2010: Andrey Golubev
- 2009: Nikolay Davydenko
Yannick Hanfmann Vs Gael Monfils at 4:50 AM
World No. 101 Yannick Hanfmann and World No. 9 Gael Monfils have never met before. Hanfmann is 4-1 on the year while Monfils has gone 16-3 with titles at Rotterdam and Montpellier. Hanfmann is 28-years-old and has never made much of a dent on the ATP World Tour as he comes into this one with a career mark of 12-14. This one should most certainly be over in straight sets as Monfils cruises.
Pick: Gael Monfils 6-4, 6-2
Karen Kachanov Vs Jan Lennard-Struff at 7:30 AM
World No. 30 Jan Lennard-Struff and world No. 16 Karen Kachanov have split two career meetings. Struff is 12-7 on the year and comes into this event off a run to the third round at the US Open where he was dispatched by world No. 1 Novak Djokovic in straight sets. Kachanov is 12-8 in 2020 and comes into this event off his own run to the third round where he was dispatched by Aussie Alex de Minaur!
Kachanov won the first career meeting 6-3, 3-6, 6-4 at Halle on grass in 2019 but Struff got some revenge by recording a 1-6, 7-6 (4), 7-6 (1) win at the ATP Masters 100 in Paris on an indoor hardcourt. I’m going with the young, bigger Kachanov to get the win in this one based mostly on the fact that he’s got the bigger serve and should be able to earn a few more cheap points in this one than Struff. Kachanov’s 132-105 career mark on the ATP Tour is better than Struff’s 135-153 and his bigger weapons will help him advance in three tough sets in this one!
Pick: Karen Kachanov 6-3, 4-6, 6-4
Daniil Medvedev Vs Ugo Humbert at 11:00 AM
22-year-old Ugo Humbert has gone 11-7 on the year with one title at Auckland in January. During that event, the world No. 42 showed he is going to be a force to be reckoned with for years to come. Hubert took out world No. 13 Denis Shapovalov in the quarters before taking out world No. 20 John Isner in the semifinals. Hubert then dispatched world No. 24 Benoit Paire in the finals to earn his first ATP Tour title. However, since then, Hubert has struggled in going 6-8 in 14 matches.
24-year-old Daniil Medvedev is 15-6 on the year and although he has yet to claim a title, he did make a fantastic run to the semifinals of the recently completed US Open before falling to eventual champion and world No. 3 Dominic Thiem in three difficult sets.
While Medvedev, the world No. 5 has never faced world Humbert, the No. 42, I’ve got to believe he’s gearing up for an extended run at the quickly-approaching French Open. Medvedev wins this match in straight sets to advance to the next round.
Pick: Daniil Medvedev 6-4, 6-4