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Revealed: One player receives over 50% of backing to win the ATP Tour Finals

Ben Darvill 17 Nov 2018
Kevin Anderson of South Africa. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

Revealed: One player receives over 50% of backing to win the ATP Tour Finals.




The semi-finals of the ATP World Tour Finals are upon us, with just four players left in the competition. Novak Djokovic continues to lead the betting as far as the odds go with the Serb currently 1/3 to win the competition with BetVictor, with Roger Federer 7/2, and Alexander Zverev 12/1.

However, Kevin Anderson, who is the outsider at 14/1, is currently the most-backed player to win the competition after receiving just under 52% of the backing according to Odds Checker. His performances across the year have been very impressive, with the South African rising up to become one of the very best players on the circuit at the moment.

However, while he has been backed to win the competition by many bettors, he has drawn the short-straw and must face the favourite Djokovic in this evening’s match in what should prove to be a very entertaining game.

If Anderson can defeat Djokovic then his odds will shorten significantly, and his odds of 14/1 will become incredibly tasty in hindsight. 


BetVictor - ATP World Tour Finals Winner betting odds:

Novak Djokovic - 1/3

Roger Federer - 7/2

Alexander Zverev - 12/1

Kevin Anderson - 14/1


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