Tennis Betting Picks of the Week – November 6th Edition

Tennis Betting Picks of the Week – November 6th Edition

Written by on November 6, 2018

With the 2018 ATP NextGen Finals here and a boatload of young players looking to put the rest of the ATP World Tour on notice, now is a perfect time to offer up a trio of picks on three matches that get underway on Tuesday, live from Milan. Will this year’s champ be one of the more familiar names and tennis betting favorites like Dennis Shapovalov or Francis Tiafoe or will one of the other young and blossoming performers rise up to pull off the upset?

If you’ve got questions, then I’ve got answers.

Tennis Betting Picks of the Week – November 6th Edition

Alex de Minaur vs. Liam Caruana

19-year-old Australian and World No. 31 Alex de Minaur has gone 24-22 this year with no titles. 20-year-old Italian Liam Caruana is 0-1 on the ATP Tour this year. While these two players have never met, for me, Alex Minaur is the easy pick to get past the far less experienced Caruana in this match.

While Caruana will have plenty of support from his home crowd, the fact of the matter is that Alex de Minaur is the far more accomplished player in this matchup and now, a clear-cut Top 50 future star in the making. I wouldn’t think twice about the outcome in this match. Alex de Minaur will win this one in straight sets.

Tennis Betting Pick: Alex de Minaur In Straight Sets

Hubert Hurkacz vs. Frances Tiafoe

20-year-old American Frances Tiafoe has gone 27-24 this season with one title while 21-year-old Poland native Hubert Hurkacz has gone 6-9 on the ATP Tour with no titles. While Tiafoe enters this tournament having lost nine of his last 11 matches, he’s still the pick to get past the far less experienced Hurkacz.

Frances Tiafoe should be one of your Tennis Betting pick of the week.

I know that Hurkacz has won four titles on the challenger tour, but that’s definitely not the same level as the step up he’s making in the NextGen Finals. Frances Tiafoe has a big ass game and big skill set and I see no reason why he can’t get the win in this matchup, seeing as how he’s the faster and more athletic player in this contest. I’m going with Tiafoe, but it’s going to take the full three sets in this one.

Tennis Betting Pick:: Frances Tiafoe in Three Sets

Jaume Munar vs. Stefanos Tsitsipas

21-year-old Spaniard Jaume Munar has gone 9-10 on the ATP Tour this year and that’s all fine and well for an up-and-coming player still making his way in the big leagues. However, 20-year-old Stefanos Tsitsipas, a native of Greece, has established himself as a force to be reckoned with for years to come after going 41-27 this year with one title.

I know Tsitsipas has lost his last two matches and made an early exit at the Paris Masters, but that’s one of the main reasons I like him to get the win in straight sets against Jaume Munar. Stefanos Tsitsipas is the bigger, more experienced player and he’ll win and advance with ease!

Tennis Betting Pick:: Stefanos Tsitsipas in Straight Sets
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