ATP Halle & London Predictions, Betting Odds & Picks

ATP Halle and London

  • Khachanov looks a big price
  • Tie-break wager makes an appeal
  • Bublik shouldn’t be the underdog

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ATP Halle and London Picks

Karen Khachanov to beat Andrey Rublev at +175 at PointsBet

First-set tie-break in Ugo Humbert v Sam Querrey at +165 at William Hill

Alexander Bublik to beat Jeremy Chardy at +110 at William Hill

Marin Cilic to win ATP London at +700 at William Hill

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ATP Halle and London Information
What ATP Noventi Open and ATP cinch Championships
Location Halle, Germany; Queen’s Club, London, England
Time Monday, June 14 to Sunday, June 20
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Karen Khachanov vs Andrey Rublev

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Karen Khachanov +175
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Andrey Rublev -220
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The Russian pair meet in Halle where Rublev looks a seed under threat.

His grasscourt credentials remain uncertain as he’s won only four tour-level matches on this surface. Two came against claycourt specialists in Cristian Garin and Albert Ramos-Vinolas and the other two against players ranked outside the top 80.

Khachanov is better than those guys and while Rublev has clearly improved since the last grasscourt season (no matches were played on grass in 2020) how he’ll perform on the low-bouncing, the often-slippery surface is open to doubt.

Khachanov is more proven on the green stuff. He’s been to the last 16 at Wimbledon and was also a quarter-finalist at this event in 2018.

He leads the pair’s head-to-head 2-0, one of those wins coming on grass, and managed to regain some form towards the end of the claycourt season, making a run to the semi-finals in Lyon and then fighting hard during a five-set defeat to the always-tough-to-beat Kei Nishikori at the French Open.

In short, Khachanov looks overpriced at +175 here.

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Ugo Humbert vs Sam Querrey

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Ugo Humbert -165
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Sam Querrey +132
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Humbert gave us a nice winner last week when he won his opening grasscourt match of the season at a canter but he may find things a lot harder here.

Querrey kicked off his grass campaign with a run to the last four in Stuttgart last week where he served 81 aces in his four matches.

Humbert lost his serve only once in his three matches at the same MercedesCup tournament so I’m envisaging this being a tight contest with serve dominating.

Querrey looks a tempting price at +132 to edge it but the American does have a reputation for stuttering at the pressure moments.

I’ll therefore swerve him and head to the sub-markets where a first-set tie-break can be backed at +165.

It’s not hard to see the server being in command, particularly early on given these two have never met before – it may well take a while for both men to get a read on the other’s delivery.

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Alexander Bublik vs Jeremy Chardy

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Alexander Bublik +110
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Jeremy Chardy -136
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It’s rather surprising to see Bublik as the underdog for this encounter at London’s Queen’s Club.

Chardy’s strong start to the season was impressive but it’s faded badly since hitting the clay and a return to a faster surface does not mean he’ll immediately flick a switch back on.

Indeed, he’s already played on grass in Stuttgart and lost in round one.

The Frenchman is now 4-8 in his last 12 matches.

Admittedly one of his wins came against Bublik in Monte Carlo – 7-5 in the final set – but on this surface, a different outcome looks more than possible.

Bublik’s last grasscourt tournament, at Newport, Rhode Island in 2019, saw him reach the final where he lost to American John Isner.

His serve is a major weapon on the grass and he can expect to win a lot of free points from it – Bublik has the most aces on the ATP Tour this season by some distance.

The Kazakh is the bet here at +110.

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Best Outright Pick

Marin Cilic is a two-time winner at Queen’s Club in London and looks well drawn at this year’s event.

In what looks a pretty weak field by the tournament’s standards, the Croatian has a decent route to the semi-finals with Alex de Minaur and Fabio Fognini the seeds in his quarter.

Matteo Berrettini may await in the last four but the Italian doesn’t have Cilic’s track record on grass.

The former Wimbledon finalist is already a winner on the lawns this season having captured the Stuttgart title on Sunday.

He slammed down 61 aces and lost serve only twice in five matches at the German venue so will head to the UK in great form and ready to challenge for the famous giant trophy again.

A price of +700 looks perfectly fair.

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