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Argentina Open 2020 Men's Singles - Predictions, Odds, Top Picks

Event Information – Argentina Open 2020

Points: 250.

Total prize money: $611,420

When: from February 10th to February 16th

Where: Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Surface: Clay (outdoor)

Best Picks for the 2020 Argentina Men’s Singles

The top two seeds have withdrawn from the tournament.

Australian Open runner-up and two-time Argentina Open champion Dominic Thiem will be absent for a second consecutive week.

ATP top 10 player, Matteo Berrettini won’t be participating in this year’s edition either.

1. Diego Schwartzman

2020 record: 7-5, 0 titles

2020 prize money: $415,290

2019 Argentina Open Result: Runner-up.

Schwartzman pulled off a major upset in last year’s Argentina Open, defeating the two-time champion Dominic Thiem.

With Thiem’s and Berretini’s withdrawing from this year’s tournament, Schwartzman inherits the number 1 seed.

The home factor will definitely play a big role and could power Schwartzman to another good showing in front of his home crowd.

The Argentinean is also coming off his first final of 2020, having reached the title decider at the Cordoba Open last week.

Carrying momentum from a solid week on the clay, Schwartzman has a good chance of lifting his first trophy of the year.

2. Laslo Djere

2020 record: 4-4, 0 titles

2020 prize money: $94,367

2019 Argentina Open Result: Did not participate.

Djere has bounced back from his drop at the end of 2019.

The Serb made it to the Cordoba Open semifinals last week, losing to eventual champion Diego Schwartzman in three sets.

Djere could produce another deep run, as he seems to be at the top of his game again at the South American leg of the clay season.

With the top 2 seeds withdrawing from the Argentina Open, the Serb is definitely a good pick to consider for this week.

3. Christian Garin

2020 record: 5-5, 1 title

2020 prize money: $168,424

2019 Argentina Open Result: Did not participate.

Garin had a slow start to 2020, losing all three ATP Cup matches and dropping out of Adelaide in the first round.

His Australian Open also came to an early end in the second round of the tournament.

Now, on his best surface, the Chilean player has already shown significant signs of improvement.

He won the Cordoba Open last week, his third ATP Tour title in four career finals.

Garin reached three finals during the clay season last year, capturing two titles.

It wouldn’t be a surprise to see him add another one this week, making it back-to-back wins.

4. Corentin Moutet

2020 record: 4-2, 0 titles

2020 prize money: $188,017

2019 Argentina Open Result: Did not participate.

The young Frenchman was a last-minute addition to the field, replacing Matteo Berrettini.

Moutet reached his first career ATP Tour final earlier this year, finishing as the Qatar Open runner-up.

Now, he turns the sights to winning his first career title.

A clay specialist, Moutet already made it to the quarterfinals last week at the Argentina Open.

He upset the number 2 seed, Guido Pella, in round 2.

Moutet made it to the third round at the French Open in 2019 and managed to advance past the first round in 2018 as well.

Although it’s still early days, 2020 could be Moutet’s breakout year.

Argentina Open 2020 Odds

The odds for the ATP Buenos Aires winner are provided by DraftKings Sportsbook.

Good luck!

Winner DraftKings Odds
Diego Sebastian Schwartzman +225
Guido Pella +600
Cristian Garin +900
Dusan Lajovic +900
Marco Cecchinato +1000
Borna Coric +1100
Fernando Verdasco +1200
Pablo Cuevas +1700
Juan Ignacio Londero +1700
Albert Ramos-Viñolas +1700
Laslo Djere +2000
Corentin Moutet +2000
Casper Ruud +2000
Federico Delbonis +2500
Pablo Andujar +3300
Leonardo Mayer +4000
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