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2019 Stockholm Open Betting Odds and Tips: Del Potro and Dimitrov to Lead the Competition in Sweden

  • Juan Martin Del Potro is a top favorite to win the 2019 Stockholm Open
  • Grigor Dimitrov also among top contenders for the 2019 win
  • Fernando Verdasco goes in search for first 2019 title
2019 Stockholm Open Betting Odds and Tips
Bookies argue Del Potro's the favorite
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This year, 2018 Stockholm Open winner Stefanos Tsitsipas will not return to defend his title in Sweden. Consequently, this leaves the door open for a new Stockholm Open winner. Currently, Juan Martin Del Potro leads the competition with favorable 2019 Stockholm Open betting odds. 

The Stockholm Open is one of the tournaments in the ATP Tour held each year in Stockholm, Sweden. This year’s Stockholm Open will run from 14-20 October. Currently, Juan Martin Del Potro stands the best chance of winning the 2019 ATP Tour. Also, you can bet on other hopefuls with the following 2019 Stockholm Open betting odds on Unibet Sportsbook:

2019 Stockholm Open Betting Odds
Juan Martin Del Potro 5.00
Grigor Dimitrov 7.00
Fernando Verdasco 16.00
Markus Eriksson 1001.00

Juan Martin Del Potro stands out from the competition with top 2019 Stockholm Open betting odds

The Argentine can mark his return from injury with a win at the upcoming Stockholm Open. Fortunately, he has Unibet Sportsbook odds of winning at 5.00, the best according to the online sportsbook news in Sweden. Certainly, Del Potro is no stranger to Stockholm Open victory having achieved back to back victories from 2016-17. 

Luckily, he stands a good chance this year to add to his Stockholm Open trophy cabinet. Consequently, this would be the perfect way for the Argentine to mark his return from injury. Furthermore, a win in Stockholm would be his first title win of the year. 

2019 Stockholm Open Betting Odds and Tips
Grigor Dimitrov (Carine06 from UK [CC BY-SA 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons)

2013 Stockholm Open winner Grigor Dimitrov eyes 2019 title 

Grigor Dimitrov currently has the second-best 2019 Stockholm Open betting odds of winning according to Unibet Sportsbook. Fortunately, he stands a good chance to win his second Stockholm Open title with odds at 7.00. This year, his major achievements include a Semifinal and Quarterfinal appearance at the US Open and Brisbane International respectively. However, he has not won any title yet this year. 

Similarily to Juan Martin Del Potro, Dimitrov also won the Stockholm Open but in 2013. Subsequently, Dimitrov appeared in 2 other Stockholm Open Finals in 2014 and 2017. 

Fernando Verdasco looks to claim his first men’s singles Stockholm Open title 

Verdasco has previously claimed victory in the Stockholm Open, but for the men’s double title in 2004. However, he hasn’t been able to record a men’s singles Stockholm Open win. The closest Verdasco came to winning his first title was in 2017 appearing in the Semifinals. Now, Verdasco will be looking to be the 2019 champion with 2019 Stockholm Open betting odds at 16.00 on Unibet Sportsbook

However, Verdasco’s performance so far this year might raise some concerns. So far, he’s recorded 0 wins and Finals after participating in 18 tournaments. Consequently, he now has a 53% win rate making a Finals appearance at the 2019 Stockholm Open doubtful.

Markus Eriksson unlikely to shine on home turf 

Despite having home advantage, Sweden’s Markus Eriksson stands the worst chance of winning the 2019 Stockholm Open. Consequently, with odds at 1001.00 on the online sportsbooks in Sweden, Eriksson is a risky bet on Unibet Sportsbook. In addition to unfavorable 2019 Stockholm Open betting odds, Eriksson also has one of the worst records in the tournament. 

Last year, the Swede made an early exit in the First Round of the Stockholm Open Qualifiers. As a result, the 2019 Stockholm Open might just be out of reach for Murkus Eriksson.

Be sure to read about Unibet Sportsbook, the bookmaker to bet on the ATP Tour 2019 Stockholm Open.

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