Top Tennis Betting Picks of the Week – November 7th, 2022

By Hank Blaine

Great tennis action takes place this week. Over in the ATP, the Next Gen Finals happens. Then in the WTA, the women throw down in the LP Open in Colina, Chile. Check out the tennis odds and analysis for three matches at the Next Gen Finals and three matches at the LP Open happening on Tuesday, Nov. 8.

Top Tennis Betting Picks of the Week (November 7th, 2022)

ATP – Next Gen Finals, Milan, Italy

Jiri Lehecka vs. Francesco Passaro

Underdog Francesco Passaro hasn’t played since the Tennis Napoli Cup. The 21-year-old is 1-3 in singles matches this season.

Favorite Jiri Lehecka didn’t qualify for the Rolex Paris Masters in his last tournament played. Lehecka won his first qualifying match over Marcos Giron but then failed to beat Mikael Ymer. Lehecka can win, but the odds imply a close match. Passaro is worth a look.

Tennis Betting Pick: Francesco Passaro +170

Matteo Arnaldi vs. Brandon Nakashima

The +283 choice hasn’t played since a U.S. Open qualifying try. Matteo Arnaldi beat Ryan Penniston and Gilles Simon before losing to Daniel Elahi Galan.

Brandon Nakashima fell in the first round at the Rolex Paris Masters. Nakashima pushed Daniel Evans to three sets, winning the second, and losing the third. Brandon is playing well enough to take this.

Tennis Betting Pick: Brandon Nakashima -357

Jake Draper vs. Dominic Striker

The chalk in this match has the underdog over a barrel. Jack Draper played well at the Rolex Paris Masters.

Draper beat Arthur Rinderknech 6-3, 6-4 in his first round match. Then in his second round match, Draper battled Frances Tiafoe, the U.S. Open semifinalist. Draper lost the first set 6-3. He bounced back with a great performance in the second set, pushing Tiafoe to a 5-7 set loss. Jack takes this.

Tennis Betting Pick: Jake Draper -357

WTA – Colina, Chile

Irina Bara vs. Timea Babos

Bara’s last singles match happened at the Transylvania Open. The favorite in this fell to Nuria Parrizas Diaz via a 1-6, 5-7 score.

Hungarian Timea Babos lost to Julia Grabher at the Budapest Open 125 in her last match played. Babos is 19-22 in singles matches this year. This can go either way. So backing the underdog makes sense.

Tennis Betting Pick: Timea Babos +136

Caroline Dolehide vs. Su Jeong Jang

Underdog Caroline Dolehide has a 24-24 singles record this season. Dolehide has pocketed over $373,000. In her last, Dolehide lost to Danielle Collins in the first round at the Guadalajara Open.

Chalk Su Jeong Jang is 28-16 in singles matches this season. Jang can for sure win this. But the odds imply she dusts Dolehide and that may not happen. Backing the underdog makes sense.

Tennis Betting Pick: Caroline Dolehide +195

Sara Errani vs. Sara Bejlek

16-year-old Sara Bejlek is another one of those pre-18 on the cusp U.S. tennis protégés. Bejlek has won 33-of-45 singles matches.

She qualified for the U.S. Open in her last, losing to Liudmila Samsonova in the first round of the year’s final major tournament. Beating Sara Errani won’t be easy, but Bejlek has a huge youth advantage because the favorite in this is 35-years-old.

Tennis Betting Pick: Sara Bejlek +128

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