Predictions to win ATP BNP Paribas Open 2023
The field for the ATP BNP Paribas Open is a deep one in Indian Wells, Calif. In addition to several former major winners, BNP Paribas Open odds show that several young players are still in the running to win the ATP Masters event. When it comes to who has the chops to break through, there are several players who stand out among the rest.
Here’s a look at some ATP odds and which players are worth making a prediction on to bring home the title.
Daniil Medvedev +163
The 6-foot-6 Russian player is an excellent hard-court player and has been a fixture in the finals of events on the ATP schedule over the past few seasons. Medvedev has won at least one Masters Event over the past three seasons.
Over the past few years, Medvedev has established himself as a regular on the major scene outside of the Big Three of Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and the now-retired Roger Federer.
Medvedev beat Djokovic to win the 2021 U.S. Open. While the past two champions – Taylor Fritz and Cam Norrie – are still in the field, neither are as strong of players as Medvedev. As long as Medvedev can maintain his current form, he will be difficult to beat.
Carlos Alcaraz +300
Alcaraz, a 19-year-old Spanish phenom, has established himself as the next top tennis talent. He broke through last season to win his first major by capturing the 2022 U.S. Open. Last year was also a banner year for Alcaraz and people making ATP predictions.
Alcaraz won two ATP events – at Miami and Madrid – and had a 22-10 record at Masters’ events. When it comes to BNP Paribas Open odds, he is the only player that is expected to challenge Medvedev.
He has the all-around game to frustrate anyone who he takes the court against. Alcaraz reached the semifinals at Indians Wells last year.
Janik Sinner +650
Sinner, an Italian player, has shown anyone looking at BNP Paribas Open odds that he can be an excellent hard-court player. During his two appearances at Indian Wells, he has compiled a 3-1 record and reached the fourth round in both years. While Sinner doesn’t have a lot of top-level success yet, he has reached the finals of the Miami Open in 2021.
Anyone looking at previous ATP games will see Sinner didn’t make it past the quarterfinals in any other Masters or Major event in 2022. This is a good proving ground for the young Italian. Sinner is hoping a good run here will give him momentum when the Grand Slams start.
Taylor Fritz +1000
Tennis odds will show that Fritz’s big serve always makes him a threat to win tournaments. The defending champion at Indian Wells is currently sitting at 10-to-1 in the BNP Paribas odds to repeat as champion. What makes things tough for Fritz is that his mental game isn’t strong.
Fritz reached the quarterfinals at Wimbledon last year before falling apart in the quarterfinals against Nadal. The American’s serve will always make him dangerous, but many making a tennis prediction on him have been burned many times in the past.
Cameron Norrie +1600
Norrie’s lone Masters Tournament win in his career came at Indian Wells in 2021. While the British player hasn’t been in as strong form as the other players, he is still a dangerous tennis matchup for anyone in his draw. Norrie is 9-3 all-time at Indian Wells and made the quarterfinals last year.
Norrie has never made it past the fourth round in any other Masters’ event, so clearly he feels comfortable playing in California.
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