Djokovic, perhaps, completed the main task at the end of the season – he retained the title of the first racket of the world. So Novak arrived in Turin in an excellent emotional state.
In addition, we recall that on the eve of the Final ATP tournament, the Serbian tennis player won the Masters in Paris, where he beat Daniil Medvedev in the final (4-6, 6-3, 6-3). Djokovic is in great shape at the moment, and he is quite capable of putting in another trophy this year, the sixth in a row.
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Ruud is having a great season too. Casper has won five trophies this year, and, most importantly, the Norwegian can now be considered a versatile player.
Previously, Ruud was exclusively a clay player, but this season has shown that he is able to play well on faster surfaces, including hard in the hall. At indoor this fall, the Norwegian scored two quarter-finals – in Vienna and at the Masters in Paris.
Djokovic flew to Turin in a great mood. Firstly, the Serb managed to retain the first line in the world ranking at the end of the season. Secondly, ahead of the ATP Final, he won the Masters in Paris. So we are waiting for Novak’s confident start at the current competition.
Our prediction is a total under 21 games per odds 1.81. Djokovic is the main favourite in the fight for the ATP Final Tournament trophy. In fact, at the current tournament, Novak does not have so many competitors who can stop him on the way to his cherished goal. And Ruud is definitely not one of them. Although he progressed to play on hard courts this season, the Norwegian is still significantly inferior to the Serb in the class. The second prediction is the victory of Djokovic with a handicap (-4.5) with the odds of 1.83. To win more with huge bonuses, higher odds, and without risks – visit our betting sites rankings page. A fresh review of the most reliable offers for Indian bettors will be helpful for you.