2020 New York Open Betting Preview, Odds and Picks
Posted by: Hilbert Mayer
2020 New York Open – Men’s tennis action intensifies in the 2020 New York Open on February 10-16 at the NYCB Live: Home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale. The USD719,000 tournament is part of the ATP World Tour 250 series. Additionally, it is the third time that New York hosts the event since it transferred from Memphis in 2018. Twenty-eight netters will take part in the singles competition and 16 teams will contest the doubles title. Last year’s champion Reilly Opelka will defend the title but he will be challenged by a group of veteran and rising stars led by American John Isner, Australian Nick Kyrgios, Canadian Milos Raonic and American Tennys Sandgren. Online betting sites favor the power-serving Isner to win the tournament with seasoned campaigners Opelka, Kyrgios, Raonic and Sandgren challenging the US bet’s title quest.
2020 New York Open
When: February 10-16, 2020, starting times vary from day-to-day
2020 New York Open Betting Information
Main Draw Entrants
*Rankings as of February 3, 2020
The following players received wildcards into the singles main draw
Before the tournament
The 30-year-old will not take part in the 2020 New York Open. World No. 18 is recovering from an elbow surgery he took in October 2019. The procedure forced Nishikori to miss the ATP Cup and the Australian Open. He took part in the inaugural edition of the New York Open in 2018.
Unfortunately, the American announced his withdrawal from this just before the tournament kicks off. The 32-year-old World No. 40 finished runner-up in the inaugural tournament in 2018.
Main Draw Entrants (Men’s Doubles)
2020 New York Open Pick
To sum everything up, this tennis competition is stacked with a mix of veterans and up-and-comers. Any one of them are capable of pulling off surprises. ATP Tour betting sites say that despite the presence of John Isner, Milos Raonic and Nick Kyrgios, Reilly Opelka is expected to retain the title based on his familiarity with the New York hardcourts and his fine play.