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Top Tennis Betting Picks of the Week – June 19th, 2023

By Hank Blaine

Both the ATP and the WTA play a couple of tournaments this week. In this blog, we handicap matches on Wednesday for the Terra Wortmann Open in Halle, Germany on the men’s side. Then on the women’s side, we handicap matches at the Veneto Open in Gaiba, Italy. Check out tennis odds, analysis, and free picks for five of Wednesday’s top matches.

Top Tennis Betting Picks of the Week (June 19th, 2023)

ATP – Terra Wortmann Open – Halle, Germany

  • When: Wednesday, June 21st, 2023

Roman Safiullin vs. Jan-Lennard Struff

Underdog Roman Safiullin is 5-8 in singles matches this season. Safiullin qualified for the tournament in Halle, Germany by beating Benjamin Bonzi and Aslan Karatsev Jan-Lennard Struff made it all the way to the Boss Open Finals in his last. Frances Tiafoe beat Struff in the final. The favorite is playing too well to lose.

Tennis Betting Pick: Jan-Lennard Struff -189

Daniil Medvedev vs. Laslo Djere

Underdog Djere is 16-14 in singles matches. Djere already has a win at the Terra Wortmann Open, beating Oscar Otte, 7-6 (7-3), 6-3 in his first round match.

Medvedev dusted Marcos Giron 6-4, 6-3 in his first tournament action. Daniil should win this, and he might even win in straight sets, but the game spread makes Djere the play.

Tennis Betting Pick: Laslo Djere +4.5 -108

Nicolas Jarry vs. Stefanos Tsitsipas

It took Nicolas Jarry 2 sets to get by first round opponent Corentin Moutet. Jarry beat his opponent 6-3, 7-5.

Tsitsipas struggled versus Gegoire Barrere in his first match. Stefanos required 3 sets and a couple of tiebreakers to beat Barrere. Jarry offers better odds than he should to pull off the upset win.

Tennis Betting Pick: Nicolas Jarry +230

WTA – Veneto Open promoted by Confindustria Veneto Est – Gaiba, Italy

  • When: Wednesday, June 21st, 2023

Olga Dalinovic vs. Sinja Kraus

21-year-old Austrian Sinja Kraus had a great first round match. The underdog in this beat Jacqueline Cristian 7-5, 6-3. Kraus should have been the underdog in her first match, which means Kraus won’t step onto the court intimidated by Olga Dalinovic.

The -385 chalk has much more experience than Kraus. Dalinovic is 17-10 in singles matches this season. Not only that, but she has pocketed over $243,000 in 2023. Also, although Olga has more experience, she’s just 22-years-old.

Both of these players have tremendous upside. Kraus is the pick, but she’s the play only because she offers a much better payout. If you don’t mind the low odds on Dalinovic, by all means, pull the trigger.

Tennis Betting Pick: Sinja Kraus +270

Sofia Kenin vs. Yanina Wickmayer

Wickmayer has a 32-9 singles record this season. The fantastic record means we can’t write off Yanina’s chances against the better known Sofia Kenin. But Wickmayer’s chances aren’t the only reason to back her versus Kenin.

In her first Veneto Open match, Wickmayer beat Priscilla Horn 7-5, 6-4. The victory is a sign Wickmayer is playing excellent tennis. It’s also a good sign that oddsmakers and, so far at least, tennis handicappers don’t believe Sofia is a slam dunk.

Kenin is just 11-13 in singles matches this WTA season. She’s not playing nearly as well as she did a couple of years ago. Perhaps, though, entering the Veneto Open is a way for Sofia to get back on the right track.

Also, Kenin won her first match, beating Tamar Zidansek 6-4, 6-2. The favorite offers more than fair odds, making her the play.

Tennis Betting Pick: Sofia Kenin -130

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