There are two hard tournament series held in the USA every year in the tennis calendar. In the spring, Masters are held in Indian Wells and Miami, and in the summer-autumn period - the US Open. Traditionally, a large number of local tennis players take part in the competitions, in the game of which trends work from year to year.
The most "American" is the ATP-250 tournament in Atlanta. In 11 seasons, there has never been such a thing that at least one representative of the United States did not make it to the final. You can verify this by looking at the competition statistics on the bookmaker's website, including 1xBet. Overview of the resource and bonuses, as well as user reviews 1their bet, read on "RB".
As for the competitions in Washington, Winston-Salem and Cincinnati, for the last five years their finals have been held without Americans. Only once during this time at the ATP-250 in Winston-Salem did Steve Johnson play in the final.
American underdog victories in series tournaments
Over the past three seasons in American tournaments, in almost 32% of cases, victory in duels went to underdogs.
The leader among the tournaments of the series is the ATP-250 in Winston-Salem. The outsider win rate is 34,78%. Underdogs won 30,91% of the time at the Masters in Cincinnati, 30,86% in Atlanta, and 31,43% in Washington.
Of the total number of sensational underdog wins, Americans account for only 18,52%. At the same time, in the Winston-Salem and Cincinnati tournaments, this indicator is minimal - 8,33% and 6,12%, respectively. When calculating the indicator, matches between two representatives of the United States were not taken into account.
The low win rates of American tennis underdogs indicate that betting on them will not be consistently profitable.
Americans in the status of favorites
The game of American tennis players is positively affected by the home hard factor, provided that the athletes are considered favorites. Particularly impressive are the performance of those tennis favorites who take part in competitions in Atlanta, Washington and Cincinnati. In general, in these tournaments over the past three seasons, the favorites have won 46 matches, losing to rivals only in 12.
So, in the autumn hard series, bets on American favorites look promising. It is especially worth paying attention to specific tennis players, namely Tommy Paul, Jenson Brooksby, Mackenzie McDonald, Ben Shelton.
Tommy Paul over the past few years has moved from challengers to more prestigious tournaments and has established himself in the TOP 50 of the ATP rankings. An important role in this was played by home tournaments.
Tommy in total over the past three seasons in the four tournaments in question has played 17 matches, 10 of which he won. At the same time, as a favorite, he won 9 fights, and lost 2.
Jenson Brooksby had a strong 2022 Masters home hard tie in Indian Wells and Miami. The 21-year-old tennis player made it to the 1/8 finals at both tournaments, and in 2021 the athlete reached the semi-finals of the tournament in Washington.
Mackenzie McDonald looks promising in the status of home favorite. Over the past three seasons, he has not lost a single fight in which he was considered a favorite.
America's Top XNUMX Young Talent includes Ben Shelton. Last year he won a hard futures in Illinois. This year he reached the semi-finals of the Challenger in Little Rock. That is why experts recommend betters to pay attention to the athlete, especially when fighting on home courts.