2019 Cincinnati Masters Odds & Picks: Djokovic Favored to Repeat

As most of the biggest names will be on hand, were likely to see a field. On the mens side, we will visit No. 1 seed Novak Djokovic and No. 3 Roger Federer. For both Federer and Djokovic, its our first look at them because Wimbledon. Is either a good bet ?
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Djokovic is the defending champion at this occasion as he beat Roger Federer at the 2018 final 6-4, 6-4. It was his very first title at this event, and it is astonishing since hes been in total in the final six occasions.
The concern is that Djokovic has flourished here of late. Yes, he got the win but has been absent at each of those 2 decades before, then he lost in the next round dropped in the final and lost in the quarters at each of the three years. His album is just 32-11 in this tournament. He is tied by the 11 declines .
At the same time, nobody is playing better than him to the hard courts now. He is 33-3 on hard courts since the beginning of 2018 (not such as indoor). He is the player.
There arent many threats here. Dominic Thiem is the No. 4 seed but hes a clay-court specialist. Stefanos Tsitsipas is a clandestine 20-year-old using a shot but a reduction to Nick Kyrgios from the semis in the Citi Open and also to Hubert Hurkacz in his very first game in the Rogers Cup suggests hes not a real threat.
Then theres Kei Nishikori, that also lost in the Rogers Cup in his very first game, Alex Zverev, whos much better on clay.
Out of the shots, a player like Kevin Anderson is really capable of unexpected because he plays on hard courts all year but he has been injured. Marin Cilic is an option but he is only 13-11 on the year. Whos there to wager in this tournament other?
This is a key tune-up for your U.S. Open later this month, so I am expecting DjokovicsA game here. Hes been off and ought to be new.
As he has won the event seven days, federer is an option but he is better on grass than courts. He is 29-5 in his last 34 on the hard courts; hes 11-1 in his last 12 on grass.
That makes with Nadal pulling out of the competition after winning the Rogers Cup on the weekend.
Let us keep it civil and have fun.

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