Norrie, Griekspoor are Valuable Underdogs at ATP Toronto

  • Betting on Round 1 of the National Bank Open favors Alex de Minaur by 1.0 games against Cameron Norrie.
  • ATP Toronto odds list Alexander Zverev as a 4.0-game favorite against Tallon Griekspoor.
  • Both matches begin around 2 p.m. ET Tuesday.

TORONTOAlex de Minaur is a 1.0-game favorite against the No. 13 seeded Cameron Norrie at the Canadian Open. Cameron Norrie defeated Alex de Minaur by 6.0 games in their last head-to-head match on a hard-surface court.

Alex de Minaur Vs Cameron Norrie Betting Lines

Player: Spread: Moneyline: Total:
Alex de Minaur -1.0 (-115) -125 O22.5 (-115)
Cameron Norrie +1.0 (-115) +105 U22.5 (-115)

Despite dominating their most recent match, tennis sportsbooks list Cameron Norrie as a 1.0-game underdog to Alex de Minaur. Both players have won roughly 70% of their hard-court matches this season, but Cameron Norrie has the higher career win percentage on the surface.

Cameron Norrie won 69.9% of his 302 games played on hard courts, while Alex de Minaur won 65.4 % of 214 hard-court matches. Bet Cameron Norrie’s +105 moneyline odds as an underdog.

Best Bet From Alexander Zverev Vs Tallon Griekspoor

Betting odds favor Griekspoor to cover the 4.0-game underdog spread, but his +275 moneyline odds are worth a bet based on his winning momentum heading into the match.

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Alexander Zverev Vs Tallon Griekspoor Betting Lines

Player: Spread: Moneyline: Total:
Alexander Zverev -4.0 (-105) -350 O22.0 (-110)
Tallon Griekspoor +4.0 (-125) +275 U22.0 (-120)

Tallon Griekspoor is being underestimated by USA online sportsbooks after an impressive run to the finals at ATP Washington. Griekspoor defeated notable opponents such as No.8 seed Taylor Fritz and J.J. Wolf, adding to his 13-5 record on hard courts this season.

Meanwhile, Alexander Zverev is 6-7 in hard-court matches this season and failed to cover the spread in nine straight hard-court matches. Their last head-to-head match took place on an indoor hard court at Rotterdam, with Tallon Griekspoor defeating Alexander Zverev by three games.