Tennis World Tour Final 2014

Who wins the crown of tennis at the ATP World Tour Final 2014?

An exciting and high-class tennis season 2014 is coming to an end and at the ending of the season, the top eight of the ATP-world ranking are competing at the ATP World Tour Finals 2014 in London. The World Tour Finals are the successor of the ATP Tennis Masters since 2009 and are always staged in London, offering an appropriate end of the season. We at Rivalo do not only offer an overview of all games of the World Tour Finals but also an extensive betting offer with the usual attractive odds.
Game – Set – Match!

Who wins the title in London?

The eight-headed starting squad of the World Tour Finals 2014 is again the Who-is-Who of the tennis world. Among others, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Andy Murray will pick up their rackets for the last time in 2014 and will compete in two groups of four in order to advance to the half final and in further consequence to win the tournament in London. Will Novak Djokovic safe the title for the third time after 2012 and 2013? According to the bookmakers at Rivalo, his chances are numbered with an odd of 1.90. If, however, the Swiss Gentleman and ATP Masters record winner with six single titles, Roger Federer, wins his seventh title, an odd of 3.70 is offered. The victory of the Scotsman Andy Murray offers an odd of 6.50. A hot outsider tip for the title this year is the Japanese Kei Nishikori, one of the high flyers this season. His chances of winning are numbered with an odd of 15.0 at Your stake will be multiplied by a factor of 17 if one of the following top players wins the ATP World Tour Final: Tomas Berdych, Milos Raonic oder Marin Cilic. The highest win brings the victory of the second Swiss participant. Offering a winning odd of 25.0, Stanislas Wawrinka could finally step out of Roger Federer’s shadow and enter the list of winners next to all-time tennis champions like Ivan Lendl, Pete Sampras or John McEnroe and of course Roger Federer. We don’t want to keep the absence of Rafael “Rafa” Nadal unmentioned. The number three of the world cannot attend the finals due to an appendicitis operation and the just mentioned Stan Wawrinka will take his place instead. Rafa has lost twice in the ATP final and is not able to fight for his first victory this year again.

Who will win the first points in the ATP Final 2014?

The Japanese Kei Nishikori and Olympic champion of London 2012 Andy Murray are competing the opening match this Sunday. Thebookmakers at Rivalo have a clear favourite in the game between the two world ranking neighbours: Due to his last results, the Scot Andy Murray is seen as the favourite and offers an odd of 1.45, compared to a winning odd of 2.70 for Kei Nishikori. The second match of Group B is the match between the number 2 of the world, Roger Federer, against the number eight Milos Raonic. Again the roles are rather clearly allocated. As usual, Federer is seen as the clear favourite, offering an odd of 1.30 at His competitor in this game offers a top-odd of 3.40.

Who takes over at the top of the table in Group A?

The first ball in Group A is served on Monday, 10.11.2014 at 15.00 CET when Stan Wawrinka plays against Tomas Berdych. Looking at the odds offered at Rivalo, a rather balanced game is expected. The victory of the Swiss Wawrinka offers an odd of 2.00, while the victory of the Czech Tomas Berdych offers an odd of 1.80. The first game of last year’s winner Novak Djokovic is also scheduled on Monday. The Serbian number one of the world faces the Croat Marin Čilić. Everything else than a win at the beginning of the joker, Novak Djokovic, would be a surprise. The bookmakers at Rivalo seem to agree and set the odd of Djokovic’s win at 1.15. Čilić’s victory offers a remarkable odd of 5.50.
If this overview has drawn your attention and interest, do not waste any time and place your bets on your favourites!
Take a look at our extensive betting offer for the ATP World Tour Final 2014 with attractive odds for all games. Our offer includes single-, combination-, long-term- and live bets that give the games an additional touch suspension. Rivalo – Make it your game!