The ATP tour continues this week with a number of events that include the Rotterdam Open in the Netherlands.
Daniil Medvedev won the event last year but has withdrawn ahead of the 2024 edition and a number of players should be in contention for the title.
Jannik Sinner to win Rotterdam Open 2024
When Jannik Sinner reached the final of last year's Rotterdam Open, he was not the player he is now.
The Italian has enjoyed an impressive 12 months since losing to Medvedev in the final last year, having established himself in the top five of the ATP rankings as well as claiming his first ATP Masters 1000 title.
But it was only last month when Sinner enjoyed his greatest achievement to date, winning his maiden Grand Slam title at the Australian Open.
Sinner took down Melbourne maestro Novak Djokovic and Medvedev en route to glory in the season's first Grand Slam and he will be hungry for more in Rotterdam.
This is already a tournament in which Sinner has impressed and, as one of the in-form players on the ATP tour right now, he is hard to oppose in the outright betting.
In terms of the competition facing the 22-year-old, Andrey Rublev is unlikely to put up much of a fight as he trails 5-2 in the head-to-head, while it is asking a lot of veteran Grigor Dimitrov to impress after featuring in the Open 13 final on Sunday.
Hubert Hurkacz, meanwhile, failed to make the most of being top seed at the Open 13 recently and Alex De Minaur faces a tough opener against Sebastian Korda.
Sinner is top seed in the event and has a pretty straightforward opener against home talent Botic van de Zandschulp.
The Italian oozes confidence right now, is tough to break and has won 12 of his last 13 matches against players in the top 10, so back him to go the distance in the Netherlands.
Tallon Griekspoor to win Rotterdam Open 2024
Although Sinner is the standout selection to win the Rotterdam Open this year, one player who could cause a surprise is Tallon Griekspoor.
The Dutchman will likely look forward to this event which takes place on his home patch and he capitalised on home advantage last year, reaching the competition's semi-finals as a wildcard.
Griekspoor has also improved since then and can reflect on a promising Australian Open campaign last month.
The Dutchman defeated both Roman Safiullin and Arthur Fils on his way to the third round before suffering a surprise loss to Frenchman Arthur Cazaux.
Despite that defeat, there were still positive signs from that campaign and this is an event in which he could thrive.
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