2010 Rogers Cup- ATP Toronto- Betting, odds, preview and winner pick

Novak DjokovicThe Toronto ATP starts today with its first round games, the Rogers cup is played on hard surface and is considered a Masters 1000 with a $3 million prize pool. As usual all the major stars will be there. But who will win this prestigious event? Have a look below at our preview, and a rundown of the best odds on the future ATP Winner.

Top seeded Nadal

Rafael Nadal is top seeded and predictably the favorite by bookies worldwide. His price at the moment is 3.6 with Betfair, but the price has dropped a little, as quite a lot of bets are going on Nadal. Nadal claims that he is in perfect condition for the Rogers Cup, however the price may not be perfect for us to bet on. However there is no denying, he is the best player in the world right now.

Novak Djokovic is seeded second and is 9.8 to win the tournament at Betfair. He was the 2007 champion and is on a high after overtaking Roger Federer’s position as second ranking in world. Probably the best value bet at the Rogers Cup, and he is our choice as an outsider for you. Hurry on this one though, as we are confident his price will start dropping.

Federer seeded third

Roger Federer is seeded third and will be feeling the pressure. Tennis betters have not been backing Roger and his price is 5 at Betfair. He has only one title this season and hasn’t played since the disappointing Wimbledon this year.

Any Murray is seeded fourth and can be backed at 9.4 on Betfair. Despite being defending champion, he has not had a great year and faces a difficult draw.

We Recommend Novak Djokovic to win the 2010 Rogers Cup- ATP Toronto at 9.8 with Betfair.

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