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2020 Open 13 Marseille Men's Singles - Live Stream, Predictions and Top Picks

2020 Open 13 Men’s Singles Event Information

Points: 250.

Total prize money: €691,880

When: from February 17th to February 23rd

Where: Palais des Sports de Marseille in Marseille, France

Surface: Hard (indoor)

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Best Picks for the 2020 Open 13 Men’s Singles

Despite not being an ATP 500 level event, the Open 13 has drawn the strongest field of players for this week.

Three top 10 players are listed among the entrants, while six of the eight seeds are inside the ATP’s top 20.

1. David Goffin

2020 record: 8-4, 0 titles

2020 prize money: $532,015

2019 Open 13 Result: Semifinals.

Goffin has delivered some good results this year.

The Belgian beat Rafael Nadal in straight sets at the ATP Cup and made it to the semifinals at the Open Sud de France.

He reached the third round at the Rotterdam Open last week.

Goffin made it to the Open 13 semifinals last year, losing to eventual champion Stefanos Tsitsipas.

He has a good chance of making another deep run this week.

2. Daniil Medvedev

2020 record: 8-3, 0 titles

2020 prize money: $674,910

2019 Open 13 Result: Did not participate.

Medvedev will earn some free points this week, as he did not play in last year’s edition.

The Russian had a disappointing showing at the Rotterdam Open last week, losing to Vasek Pospisil in the first round.

Medvedev had a solid month of January, piling up seven wins and only two losses.

He led Team Russia to the ATP Cup semifinals and made it to the fourth round at the Australian Open.

Given his recent form, it’s fair to assume that the early exit last week was a minor hiccup.

Medvedev will have plenty of motivation to bounce back in Marseille, which makes him a pick worth considering.

3. Stefanos Tsitsipas

2020 record: 3-4, 0 titles

2020 prize money: $363,114

2019 Open 13 Result: Champion.

Tsitsipas has been a risky pick thus far.

The Greek entered the new season with high expectations but has failed to live up to them.

His most significant result was a round-robin win over Alexander Zverev at the ATP Cup.

Tsitsipas was eliminated from the Australian Open in the third round and barely survived the first round in Rotterdam last week before losing to Aljaz Bedene in round 2.

As the defending champion, however, he is once again a pick worth some consideration.

His run to the 2019 title included wins over Hubert Hurkacz and David Goffin.

4. Felix Auger-Aliassime

2020 record: 8-7, 0 titles

2020 prize money: $297,966

2019 Open 13 Result: Did not participate.

Auger-Aliassime has decided to skip the South American clay leg of the ATP Tour and shifted his focus to the European hard courts.

The move has paid off, as the young Canadian reached his first final of 2020 last week in Rotterdam, his first on the hard surface at the ATP Tour level.

The result provides a significant boost heading into this week’s tournament, as Auger-Aliassime’s year had gotten off to a relatively slow start.

He was coming off a first-round exit at the Australian Open as a seeded player, and a second-round exit at the Open Sud de France.

The Canadian has shown some significant improvements on the hard courts, and could finally capture his first ATP title this week.

5. Vasek Pospisil

2020 record: 6-4, 0 titles

2020 prize money: $127,048

2019 Open 13 Result: Did not participate.

Pospisil’s year is off to a surprisingly good start.

Having dealt with injuries for a good part of the last four years, the Canadian underwent back surgery last year.

He showed a significant improvement towards the end of the year, helping Team Canada to the Davis Cup final.

Pospisil won three of his four matches, not dropping a single set while doing so.

Despite losing in the first round at the Australian Open, he managed to bounce back the following week and reached the Open Sud de France final.

Pospisil upset the second and third seeds, David Goffin and Denis Shapovalov, before losing to Gael Monfils in the final.

He then upset number 1 seed, Daniil Medvedev, at the Rotterdam Open last week, but lost to Filip Krajinovic in the second round.

While Pospisil isn’t one of the favorites to win, he provides good value as an underdog

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