The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals kick start on the 13th November culminating in the final on Sunday 20th November at the O2 Arena in London. ATP Finals Betting has never been this exciting as 2016 brings with it some familiar as well as new faces to the game.

Total prize money for the winner of the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals is $7,500 000.00.

ATP Finals

ATP Rankings is based on calculating, for each player, total points from all 4 Grand Slams, 8 mandatory ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments and the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals of the ranking period, and his best 6 results from all ATP World Tour 500, ATP World Tour 250, ATP Challenger Tour and Futures tournaments.

ATP Finals Betting

ATP Finals Singles

ATP Finals Betting odds:

Andy Murray 2/7 versus Kei Nishkori 28/10
Stan Wawrinka 1/1 versus Marin Cilic 8/10

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ATP Finals Doubles

The top 5 doubles pairs for 2016 are currently:

H Kontinen-J Peers 1/3 versus R Klaasen-R Ram 22/10
P-H Herbert-N Mahut 7/20 versus F Lopez-M Lopez 19/10


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ATP Finals Betting Tips

Here are a few tips on ATP Finals Betting tips to take into account:

Do your research: It’s important to research the players you are going to be placing your bets on at the ATP Finals. This includes prior encounters against the same player, what the outcome was, why this was the outcome and whether the outcome will be the same or different this time around, given what you know. It’s important to research how the players have played in London and the O2 before. Whether the court surface suits them, whether the weather conditions suit them and whether they can play in front of a foreign crowd. It’s also important to consider their recent playing history in general, whether they have had any injuries in the last few months and their overall focus and energy. All these factors have a huge impact on how the players will play in London.

Set your betting budget: A golden rule in online sports betting is to create a betting budget and stick to this no matter what. This is especially important when you win a bet. Don’t bet more just because you’ve won. Rather set that aside and bet with the budget you started off with. This is a wise way to accumulate your wins.

Consider other betting markets available: You may find that the smallest return comes from betting on outright winners. It’s a good idea to take a look at a few lesser known betting markets such as first to double fault, longest rally, player to win first set and more. Many online sports betting facilities offer a variety of betting markets to choose from.

Singles or Doubles: What makes ATP Finals Betting even more interesting is that you can bet on either the Singles tournament or Doubles tournament. This means that there are more betting odds to choose from and you can research both individual players as well as how the doubles teams play. Greater ATP Finals betting opportunities to be had.

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