ATP Cincinnati 2018 Outright Betting

Many tennis commentators have been convinced for quite some time that Roger Federer is going to in the ATP Cincinnati tournament this year, and if that is something you agree with then there is some value to be had by getting yourself over to the Bruce Betting site and securing his current win odds of 11/4!

However, those odds are as generous and as high as they currently are for a reason, and that reason is there are plenty of additional and very talented tennis players that will all have their eyes on winning this event!

In fact, the second favourite is Novak Djokovic and many fans of the sport are convinced his time has come and he will be crowned champion this year, and those fans are currently securing some generous win odds on him doing so of 15/4. But there are lots of other players who do have a chance of winning this year too!

Each Way Betting

As far as each-way betting opportunities go on this tennis tournament you will find that by signing up to Bruce Betting for example all each way bets pay positions 1 and 2 at 1/2 of the win odds, so there could be a chance one of the players with much better odds attached to them will fill first or second spot

Therefore a couple of players that could be worth placing a risky type of bet on each way to try and secure some betting value are Alexander Zverev at 15/2 and Marin Cilic at 9/1.

Outsiders to Win the ATP Cincinnati 2018

At the end of the day it is of course going to be however every single players end up playing on the day their matches are scheduled for, as to their overall winning chances, and there is one thing all tennis punters should expect and that is of course the unexpected,

There are numerous additional tennis players that are taking part in this event who do have it in them to win, or at the very least come in second place, and with that in mind let me give you some idea of who has an outside chance of coming out on top or at the very least sneaking into second place.

It is players such as Juan Martin Del Potro at 11/1 and Andy Murray at 14/1 who both have legions of fans that will be cheering them on in this tournament, but never underestimate the talents of players such as Kevin Anderson at 16/1, Milos Raonic at 20/1 or even Dominic Thiem at 22/1 as any of them could and up winning.

As for some huge odds on players that do have a chance of winning or getting through to second position at some much bigger odds it is Mick Kyrgios and Kei Nishikori at 28/1 who do look very tempting from a betting point of view along with John Isner and David Goffin who are both on offer at even bigger odds of 40/1!