Top Tennis Betting Picks of the Week – October 24th, 2022

By Hank Blaine

Top tennis tournaments happen this week in both the ATP and the WTA. In the ATP, the best players in the world descend upon Vienna, Austria for the Erste Bank Open. The WTA’s tournament this week is the Abierto Tampico in Tampico, Mexico. Check out tennis odds, analysis, and free picks for three matches at the Erste Bank Open and three matches at the Abierto Tampico.

Top Tennis Betting Picks of the Week (October 24th, 2022)

ATP – Vienna, Austria

Lorenzo Sonego vs. Emil Ruusuvuori

Underdog Lorenzo Sonego has won a single tournament this season. Sonego is 24-26 in singles matches on the year.

Emi Ruusuvuori is 31-27 in singles matches. Ruusuvuori played well in his last, the Stockholm Open, upsetting Frances Tiafoe 6-1, 6-2 in the quarter-finals before falling to Stefanos Tsitsipas in the semifinals.

But although the favorite is playing great, this is a different tournament then the Stockholm Open. Sonego can get it done.

Tennis Betting Pick: Lorenzo Sonego +133

Tallon Griekspoor vs. Marcos Giron

Tallon Griekspoor did not play well in his last. Griekspoor couldn’t make it past the first round at the European Open after Daniel Evans beat him 6-3, 6-4.

Marcos Giron also lost his first round match at the European Open. But Giron pushed Sebastian Korda to 3 sets and a tiebreaker. This sets up for the chalk.

Tennis Betting Pick: Marcos Giron -161

Dominic Thiem vs. Tommy Paul

At the European Open, Dominic Thiem made it all the way to the semifinals. Sebastian Korda beat Thiem in the semis. Along the way to the match versus Korda, Dominic upset 1-seed Hubert Hurkacz.

Tommy Paul took down Leo Berg in the first round at the European Open. Then Paul fell to Mkael Ymer in the second round. Paul should bounce back in this with a nice tournament run. Paul has gone 35-24 in singles titles this season. Tommy can pull off the upset win.

Tennis Betting Pick: Tommy Paul +118

WTA – Tampico, Mexico

Moyuka Uchijima vs. Emma Navarro

Underdog Moyuka Uchijima played great in her last, the Jasmin Open Monastir. Uchijima beat Petra Martic on her way to the quarter-finals.In the quarter-finals, Uchijima faced Elise Mertens. The favored tennis player won, but we shouldn’t take anything away from Uchijima.

Emma Navarro lost her first round match at the San Diego Open in her last tournament played. Backing the dog makes sense.

Tennis Betting Pick: Moyuka Uchijima +136

Lin Zhu vs. Julia Grabher

Julia Grabher last played at the Guadalajara Open Akron. Grabher didn’t play long. Kayla Day beat her in the first qualifying round.

Lin Zhu upset Alize Cornet in her first match at the Guadalajara Open. In her second match, Zhu couldn’t hang with Daria Kasatkina. This could go either way, which means backing Grabher at the odds is the best play.

Tennis Betting Pick: Julia Grabher +136

Alycia Parks vs. Katerina Siniakova

Parks couldn’t win her first qualifying match at the Guadalajara Open Akron. Caroline Dolehide beat Parks 4-6, 6-3, 4-6.

Katerina Siniakova lost to Martina Trevisan in the second round at the Guadalajara Open. In the first round, Siniakova handled Beatriz Haddad Maia. But although Siniakova should win this, the odds make the chalk unplayable. Taking a big swing on Alycia makes sense.

Tennis Betting Pick: Alycia Parks +327

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