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Denis Shapovalov vs. Tallon Griekspoor Prediction, Odds, Picks for ATP Geneva Open 2024

Denis Shapovalov vs. Tallon Griekspoor Prediction, Odds, Picks for ATP Geneva Open 2024

Denis Shapovalov and Tallon Griekspoor will lock horns in the round of 16 of the ATP Geneva Open event on Wednesday.

Dimers.com's comprehensive preview of Wednesday's Shapovalov vs. Griekspoor match includes our prediction, picks and the latest betting odds.

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Shapovalov vs. Griekspoor Prediction: Who Will Win

We have used advanced machine learning and statistics to simulate the outcome of Wednesday's Shapovalov-Griekspoor men's singles match 10,000 times, in keeping with our coverage of tennis predictions.

Our leading predictive analytics model currently gives Shapovalov a 51% chance of winning against Griekspoor at the ATP Geneva Open tournament.

Denis Shapovalov vs. Tallon Griekspoor Odds

We have sourced the best betting odds in America for this match, which are listed here:

Bet Type Shapovalov Griekspoor
Moneyline +100 -125
First Set +100 -125

All odds are correct at the time of publication and are subject to change.

Shapovalov vs. Griekspoor Game Information

The ATP Geneva Open match between Denis Shapovalov and Tallon Griekspoor is scheduled to begin on Wednesday at 1:35PM ET.

  • Who: Denis Shapovalov vs. Tallon Griekspoor
  • Date: Wednesday, May 22, 2024
  • Approx. Time: 1:35PM ET / 10:35AM PT
  • Tournament: ATP Geneva, Switzerland Men's Singles 2024
  • Round: Round of 16

All dates and times mentioned in this article are United States Eastern Time unless otherwise stated.

 

Our full coverage of Denis Shapovalov vs. Tallon Griekspoor includes pre-match predictions, betting picks and live in-play probabilities.

Conclusion

We predict Denis Shapovalov, with a 51% win probability, will likely beat Tallon Griekspoor at the ATP Geneva Open tournament.

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