As it stands, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer will end 2019 inside the Top 10 ATP Singles Rankings. According to our 2019 Top 10 ATP Rankings betting predictions, the race to fill the remaining spots might be tight. Fortunately, Alexander Zverev, Dominic Thiem, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Kei Nishikori and Karen Khachanov could potentially end the year inside the Top 10 ATP Rankings.
Alexander Zverev tops our 2019 Top 10 ATP Rankings betting predictions
Alexander Zverev currently stands the best chance on DoubleBet Sportsbook to achieving another year end Top 10 ATP Ranking. His 2019 Top 10 ATP Rankings odds of achieving this are 1.11, the best on the online sportsbooks in Germany. Zverev currently sits 5th in the 2019 ATP Singles Rankings with 4,415 points (as of 29 July).
Additionally, he also has a good ATP Singles Rankings record from the past 2 years. The German was among the Top Ranked ATP players in 2017 and 2018 making him a safe bet on DoubleBet Sportsbook. Fortunately, Zverev still has several tournaments left to play in this year. As a result, he could be working towards claiming a 3rd consecutive 4th place ATP Singles Rankings.
Dominic Thiem likely to achieve 3rd consecutive Top 10 ATP Singles Ranking
Austria’s Dominic Thiem is one the front runners according to our 2019 Top 10 ATP Rankings betting predictions. He’s only achieved Top 10 ATP Rankings since 2016 and with promising odds on DoubleBet Sportsbook he’s likely to repeat this. According to the online sportsbook news in Germany, the chances of him achieving this are also promising at 1.11.
Dominic Thiem has also moved up in the 2019 Top 10 ATP Rankings since the beginning of the year. In January, he was the world No.8, now he’s the world No.4 with 4.595 points. However, Thiem could also potentially drop in 2019 Top 10 Rankings with Alexander Zverev closely following behind. Nevertheless, he’ll still end the year as one of the Top Ranked ATP Singles players.
Stefanos Tsitsipas on course to achieve 1st career Top 10 ATP Rankings
This year, Stefanos Tsitsipas is on a roll breaking records at the mere age of 20. Fortunately with odds at 1.11, he’ll likely end 2019 on a high note inside the 2019 Top 10 ATP Rankings. He started 2019 in ranked 15th in the ATP Singles Rankings. Now, he’s now ranked 6th in the 2019 ATP Rankings which is also his highest career ranking.
As a result, this achievement makes him the highest ranked ATP player from Greece. This is thanks to his impressive singles performance at the 2019 Dubai Championships, Madrid Open and Italian Open. However, only 5 points separate Tsitsipas and current world No.7 Kei Nishikori. Fortunately, it’s unlikely that he’ll fall beneath 7th place in the 2019 Top 10 ATP Rankings.
Kei Nishikori’s Grand Slam Quarterfinals consistency could pay off big
According to our 2019 Top 10 ATP Rankings, Kei Nishikori (1.36) is also favored to achieve a Top 10 Ranking. The Japanese tennis player currently occupies 7th place with 4,040 points. Fortunately, the DoubleBet Sportsbook hopeful has a considerable gap of 1000+ points separating him and current world No.8 Karen Khachanov.
Consequently, Kei Nishikori will likely end the year inside the top 7 of the 2019 Top 10 ATP Rankings. This would be a significant improvement for Nishikori who ended 2018 as the world No.15. Additionally, finishing inside the 2019 Top 10 ATP Rankings will also be a true reflection of Nishikori’s respectable 2019 season. He was the 2019 Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon Quarter finalist, his best career Grand Slam record so far.
Karen Khachanov’s place in the 2019 Top 10 ATP Rankings isn’t very secure
Russian tennis player Karen Khachanov completes our list of top 5 contenders to achieve 2019 Top 10 ATP Rankings. According to DoubleBet Sportsbook, his 2019 Top 10 ATP Rankings betting odds are good at 1.83. However, Khachanov is still at risk of dropping places despite being the current world No.8.
This is because the current gap between him and the world No.11 is less than 400 points. Consequently, with numerous 2019 ATP tournaments remaining, Khachanov could potentially fail to achieve his 1st Top 10 ATP Ranking.