Betting Odds & Predictions Stockholm Open 2019

Betting Odds & Predictions Stockholm Open 2019. This year’s Stockholm Open in tennis has the weakest entry list of players since the start 50 years ago. 12-ranked Italian clay court specialist Fabio Fognini is the highest ranked player and 27-ranked Grigor Dimitrov is the  favorite to win his second title in the Swedish capital. Bet with UNIBET for a great 500% DEPOSIT BONUS and the best betting odds and specials on Stockholm Open. 

Betting Odds & Predictions Stockholm Open 2019

This year’s US Open semi-finalist Grigor Dimitrov is our best bet to win the title, but except for his success at Flushing Meadows the Bulgarian has had a bad season. He won his first ATP Tour title in Stockholm back in 2013 and has also been training at Good to Great tennis academy and Magnus Norman a couple of years ago.

1. GRIGOR DIMITROV – 6/1 (6.00)
2. FABIO FOGNINI – 8/1 (8.00)
3. DENIS SHAPOVALOV – 9/1 (9.00)

Fognini is not a good bet since it is indoors and not his cup of tea. Denis Shapovalov could go all the way, as can many players this year.

BIG ODDS

1. REIILY OPELKA – 15/1 (15.00)
2. FILIP KRAJINOVIC 34/1 (34.00)

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The former Wimbledon Junior champion Opelka could be a surprise winner with his amazing serve and big game. Filip Krajinovic reached the finals of Paris Indoors a couple of years ago and is also an interesting bet at this year’s weak edition of the oldest indoor tournament on the ATP Tour.

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Stockholm’s Glorious Tennis History

The Stockholm Open was first held in 1969 and has been held at the Kungliga Tennishallen except for 1989-1994, when it was held at the Globe Arena. There have been six different Swedish titlists in the tournament’s history. Thomas Johansson was the last home-grown titlist in 2004.

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Mikael Olsson

Mikael is a passionate tennis-lover since Björn Borg won the epic Wimbledon final against John McEnroe 1980. Mikael has written over 4 000 articles covering the ATP World Tour and has a +80% success rate in his tennis predictions.

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