ATP Tennis: Data and Analysis of Spanish Tennis Players

the world of International tennis remains very active between the last days of February and the beginning of March. Specifically, some tournaments take place among the most important of the ATP 500: the Dubai Tournament and the Mexican Open. And of course we are represented by Spaniards at both events. In the first is Alejandro Davidovich Fokina. While Rafa Nadal ultimately fails to defend his title in Mexico, Carlos Alcaraz is the top favorite for the jackpot.

At the same time an interesting one ATP 250: the Chile Open in Santiago, where 5 other Spanish tennis players play: Jaume Munar, Albert Ramos Vinolas, Pedro Martinez, Roberto Carballes Baena and Bernabé Zapata Miralles.

Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championship: February 27th to March 4th

The Dubai Tournament is the most important in the United Arab Emirates. This is a great hard court competition usually attended by the best tennis players in the world. How could it be otherwise, the expert in this type of finish, world No. 1 Novak Djokovic will be present. For logical reasons, the Serb will be the main contender to win the title.

Still, it’s important to mention that the tournament will also feature stars like Germany’s Alaxander Zverev (16) and Russia’s Daniil Medvedev (8) and Andrey Rublev (5), who is also the defending champion. Alejandro Davidovich Fokina will be there for Spain, whose first-round performance will face veteran Tunisian tennis player Malek Jaziri. In this clash, the Spaniard starts as a big contender for progression.

For this tournament, the bookmaker Bet365 offers odds of 1.80 for the Djokovic title, logical top favorite in Dubai. The Russian Daniil Medvedev (5.00) and Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime (10.00). With the Spaniards, Davidovich Fokina pays 41.00 euros for every euro wagered.

*Odds received on 02/27/2023 at 05:30. The information provided does not guarantee the success of the forecast. Fees may vary.

Alejandro Davidovich Fokina, the only Spaniard in Dubai

To mark the occasion, the Malaga man comes with his performance from the previous week at the Qatar Open as the latest precedent. The world number 31. lost in the quarterfinals of said tournament against Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime with sets 4: 6 and 6: 7 (5: 7). In addition, the 23-year-old tennis player had previously failed in the first round of the ABN Amro Open in Rotterdam against Russian Daniil Medvedev.

Davidovich Fokina becomes fundamental clear favorite remains with the win in his commitment on Monday, 27 February against Malek Jaziri. In fact, with bookmakers like Bet365, the odds for the Malaga player to win are really low (1.00). Furthermore, one of the most profitable markets in this match will be that of totals, where the total minus 16.5 pays a fee of 2.14 in favor of Daviovich.

Telcel Mexican Open: from February 27th to March 4th

The 30th edition of the Mexican Open, which will be played on the hard courts of the Arena GNP Seguros, will offer great matches and, logically, the best Spanish tennis talents. Rafael Nadal was expected to break into this important ATP 500 tournament and defend the crown achieved in 2022. the Spaniard is still recovering from his hip injury.

Who will compete in Acapulco will be the Spaniard of the moment, Carlos Alcaraz, who is already the top contender for first place. It is remarkable that in addition to the tennis player from Murcia, the American Taylor Fritz (7) and the Norwegian Casper Ruud (4) will complete the luxury squad. Both stars will be contenders to face Alcaraz on hard after the Spaniard’s win on clay in Rio de Janeiro.

It’s worth noting that Alcaraz isn’t the only Spaniard in Acapulco. also participates Feliciano Lopez (41 years), current number 1035 in the world, who came to the tournament by invitation (wild card).

Carlos Alcaraz, looking for a new final

The El Palmar de Murcia native made a huge comeback from his injury. And that’s it For the almost 19-year-old tennis player, just winning the Buenos Aires Open was not enough, he immediately got to work to show all his quality in the brick of Rio de Janeiro. In both finals, Alcaraz faced the same opponent, British world No. 13 Cameron Norrie, who eventually snatched the title from him in Rio de Janeiro.

Carlos Alcaraz will try to keep earning points to take first place in the ATP ranking. To achieve that, the Murcian will try to take advantage of his compatriot Rafael Nadal’s absence, which positions him as such absolute favorite to be crowned in Acapulco. Alcaraz’s first match will take place on Tuesday, February 28, against the American MacKenzie McDonald (49), whom he has not yet played against this year.

Movistar Chile Open: from February 27th to March 5th

This ATP 250 will be played in Santiago de Chile and is the only tournament this week that has a clay surface. Likewise, it has the particularity of being the most chosen by Spanish tennis players for this period. This week the following players are present in Chile: Jaume Munar, Albert Ramos Vinolas, Pedro Martinez, Roberto Carballes Baena and Bernabé Zapata Miralles.

The final two tennis players face off in the first round, with Munar taking on local hero Alejandro Tabilo, Ramos Viñolas meeting Brazilian Thiago Monteiro and Pedro Martínez meeting German Yannick Hanfmann from Qualy.

The bookmakers are not certain of the favorite for the title at the Chile Open at all, which increases the attractiveness of the tournament when thinking about betting. Those who come best to the competition according to bet365 are the Italians Lorenzo Musetti (7:00)the Chilean Nicholas Jarry (7:00)and the Argentines Sebastian Baez (7.50) And Francisco Cerundolo (8.50).

Regarding the Spaniards mentioned above, Albert Ramos (13.00) And Zapata Miralles (19.00) They are the top two tennis players in betting on the ATP champion in Santiago de Chile.

*Odds received on 02/27/2023 at 05:30. The information provided does not guarantee the success of the forecast. Fees may vary.

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