Betting Tips

Today’s Picks: Sunday’s top betting tips from Vienna, Basel and Singapore

The curtain will be drawn on this year’s edition of the Vienna Open, the Swiss Indoors and the prestigious WTA Finals in Singapore with the titles set to be decided for today.

And as usual, here are the betting tips for all the final matches.

Roger Federer vs Marius Copil (Over 22.5 games at 1.95 on Wakabet) ATP Swiss Indoors, Final

Roger Federer will seek to get past Romania’s Marius Copil in the final to clinch a staggering ninth Swiss Indoors title. But it isn’t going to be straightforward for the great Swiss. While Copil has performed brilliantly all week, notably beating Marin Cilic in straight sets in the second round and Alexander Zverev in three in the semis, Federer has struggled to advance to the final.

There might be little doubts about who will walk away with the title, but this is surely going to be a tight encounter. Copil has the big serve to push a relatively lukewarm Federer and that’s just all we need.

Over 22.5 games to decide this. 1.95 on Wakabet is one great pick.

Kei Nishikori to beat Kevin Anderson at 1.36, ATP Vienna Open, Final

Kei Nishikori and Kevin Anderson of South Africa will square off for the Vienna Open title and I like Nishikori’s chances here.

The Japanese has had an impressive tournament so far, dropping just a set- in the opening round. He easily defeated Russia’s Karen Khachanov and then made light work of top seed, Dominic Thiem in the quarterfinals. Anderson, meanwhile, settled his matches in three sets, except against Borna Coric, who retired early in the second set in the quarterfinals.

Nishikori and Anderson have played each other seven times and Nishikori has won five of those meetings. Aside the head-to-head superiority, Nishikori is playing on his favourite surface, the indoor hard court. He also boasts a quality defence and has improved on his service game this week. Anderson can rely on his big serves, but will struggle to match Nishikori in long rallies, an area the Japanese has a clear advantage.

Sloane Stephens to beat Elina Svitolina at 1.64 on Wakabet, WTA Finals Singapore

Sloane Stephens and Elina Svitolina will meet in the final of the WTA Finals in Singapore and I like Stephens for the win.

Both women have done so well all week, winning all their matches en route to the final. Stephens and Svitolina have met thrice in the past, with Stephens winning two of those encounters. The most recent match was in Montreal this year, a match Stephens won in straight sets.

Stephens will match Svitolina in defence and athleticism and has got extra firepower than Svitolina. It’s going to be really difficult for Svitolina to dictate proceedings.

Stephens for the win and title. 1.64 for that is great!

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