2020 European Open Betting Preview, Odds, and Choices
Posted by: Hilbert Mayer
2020 European Open – Action in the ATP Tour intensifies with the 2020 European Open. Consequently, the Lotto Arena at Antwerp, Belgium is the source of the action. The competition will take place from October 19-25. Twenty-eight players will take part in the main draw with the champion earning 250 ranking points. Most importantly, the US$460,000 event features seven of the World’s Top 30 male netters in the world. Among them is hometown favorite David Goffin competing as the top seed in the tournament. In short, tennis bookmakers pick Spanish right-hander Pablo Carreno Busta as the man to beat in the seven-day net fest due to his excellent performances in the last two Grand Slam events – the US Open and French Open.
2020 European Open Viewing Information
When: October 19-25, 2020, starting times vary from day-to-day
Firstly, the European Open began in 2016 with Richard Gasquet winning the inaugural title as he outclassed Diego Schwartzman in straight sets. Subsequently, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga won 2017’s crown after beating Schwartzman in two sets. In 2018, Kyle Edmund upended the French domination in the tournament as he edged past Gael Monfils. In the previous year, Grand Slam winner Andy Murray defeated former titleholder Stan Wawrinka in three sets.
2020 European Open Betting Information
Main Draw Entrants
*Rankings are as of October 12, 2020
The following players who received wildcards into the singles main draw are Kimmer Coppejans and Lorenzo Musetti.
2020 European Open Pick
Lastly, the ATP Tour odds favor Pablo Carreno Busta to win the European Tour. It is due to his recent performances in the French Open and the US Open. A big challenge that will stand in his way comes from hometown favorite David Goffin. This competitor is out to claim the title in his homeland. It will be interesting on who emerges on top without any Top 10 netters. Someone will claim the title like former champion Richard Gasquet and 2016 Wimbledon finalist Milos Raonic.