There are always going to be discussions before and during all major tennis tournaments between fans of the sport, as to who is going to be the most likely winner, and with the ATP Swiss Indoors tournament now in full flow you are probably having similar discussions too.
However, from a form point of view and also from a betting point of view too, there is one player that the majority of people are of the mind will win this tournament this year and probably quite easily too and that is player is, as you have probably already guessed, Roger Federer.
Punters are always going to latch onto a player that is bang in form, and with that in mind it will probably not surprise you that even at this very easy stage of that major tennis tournament he is already chalked up at a fairly short priced favourite to win.
The best odds I have come across a betting site offering on Roger Federer to win the ATP Swiss tennis tournament this year are 7/4, and it is Betfred that are offering those odds, so you now know where to head to if you do fancy placing a bet on him winning this tennis tournament outright!
Alexander Zverev is Worth a Punt!
As Federer isn’t an odds-on chance to win that does mean there is some uncertainty as to whether he is going to come out on top and win the ATP Swiss indoors tennis tournament this year and it therefore may just pay dividends for you to back one of the other fancied players instead.
The one player that you will not be able to overlook the chances of however is of course Alexander Zverev and his odds are way too tempting to ignore as you can currently bag odds over at the Betfred betting site or when using their betting app of 9/2 right now!
Who Else May Just Win?
Any tennis player could of course win this tournament, and if you do not fancy either of the first two favourites in the betting, then there are plenty of other players you can bet on at some fairly decent odds too.
A few of them that are fancied more than other include Marin Cilic who is 8/1, next in the betting is Stan Wawrinka at 10/1and then you have Stefanos Tsitsipas at 12/1, just be aware that this betting market is live so their respective odds can drop!
As for three other players that admittedly will need some luck in playing to achieve the dizzy heights of winning this tournament there is a chance that Daniil Medvedev at 14/1 could be crowned champion, or for a couple of players at even bigger odds there is always both Roberto Bautista-Agut or the ever so slightly out of form Denis Shapovalov and both of those players are on offer at Betfred at odds of 20/1.