Miami Open Tennis Odds: Where Do Jannik Sinner, Casper Ruud Stand On Futures Boards?

Written By Staff on March 30, 2022
Miami Open tennis odds

Eight players are set to square off in the quarterfinals of the 2022 ATP Miami Open on Wednesday, March 30 and Thursday, March 31. Tennis fans will have the pleasure of watching one of the biggest non-major tournaments at the outdoor courts in Miami Gardens, Florida. Below, we will examine futures market odds to determine which players might have betting value to take home the title as a part of the ATP Tour Masters 1000 circuit.

Miami Open odds: Men’s Futures

Miami Open Men's Odds

Daniil Medvedev
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+165
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+165
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+190
Carlos Alcaraz
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+275
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+240
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+250
Alexander Zverev
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+350
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+280
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+300
Jannik Sinner
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+700
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+850
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+700
Casper Ruud
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+1300
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+1200
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+1200
Miomir Kecmanovic
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+1800
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+1400
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+2000
Hubert Hurkacz
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+2000
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+1700
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+1600
Francisco Cerundolo
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+6500
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+8500
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+5000

Favorites

Daniil Medvedev (+165): Daniil Medvedev, the world No. 1 ranked player, remains the favorite to take home the title in Miami as he owns +190 odds. In the quarterfinals, Medvedev has drawn the tournament’s reigning champion – Hubert Hurkacz. Despite having the shortest odds of all remaining players, the 26-year old Russian most definitely still has sufficient value to take home the title considering he is far and away the best player on this surface. The hard court specialist looks to continue his reign of dominance by adding another trophy to his already impressive resume.

Carlos Alcaraz (+275): Despite being just 18-years-old, Carlos Alcaraz has already established himself as one of the best young players in the entire world. The Spanish phenom is coming off an extremely impressive straight-set victory (7-5, 6-3) over the No. 5 player in the world, Stefanos Tsitsipas. Alcaraz is on an absolute tear, winning 13 of his last 14 matches, with 12 of those victories coming in straight sets. The Spaniard has shot up through the rankings over the last four or five months, where he now sits as the No. 16 player in the world. At +250, Alcaraz is the second favorite to bring home the title in Miami, surpassing even the world No. 4, Alexander Zverev. The market has finally adjusted to Alcaraz’s success, as it would be far from surprising if the Spanish teenager were to take home this third title on tour.

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Contenders

Alexander Zverev (+350): At +350, Alexander “Sascha” Zverev has the third lowest odds. Considering the young German is ranked fourth in the world, it may be surprising to some that Zverev has been categorized as just a “contender” to take home the trophy in Miami. His current form, however, has not been as strong as that of Alcaraz, which is why the market has him as the third most likely player to win the title. That being said, tennis fans are already very aware of what Zverev is capable of, so it would be far from surprising if Sascha adds some more gold to his collection.

Jannik Sinner (+700): Over the last year or so, Jannik Sinner has quickly established himself as one of the best young tennis players in the entire world. At +700, the 20-year-old Italian definitely has value to win at Miami Gardens. Sinner is coming off an imposing straight-set victory over one of the hottest players in the entire world, Australian Nick Kyrgios. In the quarterfinals, Sinner has drawn Francisco Cerundolo. The Argentinian is the only remaining player in the tournament who is ranked outside the top 100 in the world, therefore Sinner has an extremely favorable draw – which in-turn gives him sizable value to make a run at the title in Miami.

Longshots

Casper Ruud (+1300): In the quarterfinals at the 2022 ATP Miami Open, the Norwegian clay court specialist sits at 12-to-1 to win the title. The world’s No. 8 ranked player is in excellent form, winning all three of his matches in straight sets. If Ruud were to have an easier draw in the quarterfinals then he may have had shorter odds to win in Miami, however his Wednesday night matchup with the No. 4 ranked player in the world, Sascha Zverev, makes Ruud more of a longshot to win in Miami.

Hubert Hurkacz (+2000): Hubert Hurkacz, the tenth ranked player in the world, is the ATP Miami Open reigning champion. Considering Hurkacz has already shown his ability to win at Miami Gardens’ outdoor hard courts, his 16-to-1 value to take home the title in Miami most definitely warrants a flier. Unfortunately for Hurkacz, however, he draws the world’s No. 1 ranked player Daniil Medvedev in the quarterfinals. It is the likely reason why the Polish star has the second longest odds to win in Miami of all eight remaining players. Given his prior success in Miami, Hurkacz certainly has potential to repeat as champion, but it’s going to take an incredible effort to accomplish such a feat.

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