Greece vs Canada ATP Cup 2020 Predictions & Betting Odds - ATP Cup 2020 Picks
January 02, 2020
ATP Cup 2020 Draw & Format
Greece and Canada have been drawn in Group F alongside host nation Australia and Germany, which makes for a seriously challenging group in which only the group winners are ensured a place in the quarter-finals (the team finishing second could also qualify for the knockout stage).
Each tie will consist of three matches played over the course of the day (there are two different ties in each group per day – one in the morning; one in the evening – featuring two singles matches and one doubles.
The Canadian team looks to have more strength in depth, with Denis Shapovalov, Felix Auger-Aliassime, Steven Diez, Adil Shamasdin and Peter Polansky on the roster.
Shapovalov had a very impressive last few months in 2019 and was superb at the Davis Cup and Canadian self-belief must be high as a consequence of their exploits in Spain.
Betting Odds - Winner
- Greece to win at +250 (3.50) $50 Free Bet
- Canada to win at -333 (1.30) $50 Free Bet
- Greece to win at +282 (3.82) $200 Free Bet
- Canada to win at -417 (1.24) $200 Free Bet
- Greece to win at +225 (3.25) $200* Free Bet
- Canada to win at -303 (1.33) $200* Free Bet
- Greece to win at +250 (3.50) $250 Free Bet
- Canada to win at -333 (1.30) $250 Free Bet
The Greece team looks heavily dependent on World no. 6 Stefanos Tsitsipas, with his teammates being Michail Pervolarakis, Markos Kalovelonis, Petros Tsitsipas and Alexandros Skorilas.
In addition to the qualities of Tsitsipas, the Greeks can also count on the vociferous backing from the large Greek community in Australia.
However, this is a Canadian team that reached the final of the Davis Cup 2019 back in November, where they eventually lost to host nation Spain, having beaten some high-quality teams in Italy, USA, Australia and Russia en route to the final.
Greece vs Canada ATP Cup 2020 Betting Lines & Pick
With regards to ATP Cup 2020 picks, Team Canada has to be the best bet here, as Greece really seem too heavily reliant on Tsitsipas.