2020 ATP ASB Classic Chances, Betting Preview and Odds
Posted by: Hilbert Mayer
2020 ATP ASB Classic – Online tennis betting action shifts to New Zealand with the ATP ASB Classic. Twenty-eight competitors will see action in the 44th edition of the tournament that will take place at the ASB Tennis Centre in Auckland, New Zealand from January 13 to 18. The ATP 250 event also serves as a tuneup for the prestigious 2020 Australian Open. Tennys Sandgren is back to defend the title but he will have his hands full as World No. 12 Fabio Fognini and World No. 14 Denis Shapovalov are out to dethrone the American. We’ll be covering vital tennis data for those who want to wager on this event.
2020 ATP ASB Classic – January 13-19
When: Start times vary from day-to-day
Where: ASB Tennis Centre, Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand
TV: Tennis TV
Stream: Tennis TV.com
2020 ATP ASB Classic Betting Info
Main Draw Entrants
The below-listed players received wildcard berths into the main draw:
Before the tournament
The Russian World No. 5 netter sent shockwaves to the ASB Classic when he announced his withdrawal on Friday. Medvedev’s sudden pullout was connected by Team Russia’s stint in the Association of Tennis Professionals Cup with the team reaching the semifinals. His endurance was tested during the ATP Cup as he played five singles and two singles. It is possible that he pulled out of the ASB Classic to rest for the upcoming Australian Open slated on January 20-February 2 in Melbourne.
2020 ATP ASB Classic Men’s Doubles Main Draw Entrants
The following pairs received wildcards into the doubles main draw
2020 ATP ASB Classic Betting Favorite: Denis Shapovalov
Mobile betting players favor Denis Shapovalov to win it all in the tournament based on his consistent play as of late. The Canadian has figured in the finals in the last two events he was in. Shapovalov made it to the championship round of the ATP Paris Masters in November only to lose to Novak Djokovic in straight sets. Then weeks later, the 20-year-old helped Canada qualify for the 2019 Davis Cup finals where they placed second behind the Rafael Nadal-led Spain. Shapovalov is expected to resume his run in the ASB Classic but he will meet tough competition in Fabio Fognini, Karen Khachanov, John Isner and defending champion Tennys Sandgren.