2021 Sofia Open Predictions & Tips - Jannik Sinner tipped to win ATP Sofia
- Jannik Sinner is backed to win the Sofia Open
- Sinner comes to California after reaching the US Open fourth round
- Four of the top 40 players in men's tennis are competing in Bulgaria
- ATP Sofia is being played from 27 September to 3 October
Jannik Sinner is backed to win the 2021 Sofia Open (Getty Images)
The 2021 Sofia Open is being played in Bulgaria this week with Jannik Sinner, Gaël Monfils, Alex de Minaur and Alexander Bublik the top four seeds.
- Route to the Final
- Andrey Rublev
- Hubert Hurkacz
- Felix Auger-Aliassime
- Little Chance
ATP Sofia is the 6th edition of the tournament and is taking place from 27 September to 3 October. It is being played on indoor hard courts at the Arena Armeec in Sofia, Bulgaria.
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The Sofia Open winner odds sees Jannik Sinner leading the way.
Odds from bet365 and correct on 1 October 2021:
Route to the Final
The top four seeds have a bye in the first round.
Jannik Sinner takes on Egor Gerasimov in the second round and if successful, has a relatively easy run to the final.
The bottom half of the draw sees the winner of Ilya Ivashka vs Gaël Monfils with a great chance to reach the final.
Sinner won the Washington Open in August before early exits at the Canada Masters and Cincinnati Masters.
The Italian reached the US Open fourth round where he went down to Alexander Zverev.
Ilya Ivashka has been in great form that has seen him break into the Top 50.
He won the title at Winston-Salem before a tough 5 set defeat to Matteo Berrettini in the US Open third round.
The Belarusian reached the semi-finals in Nur-Sultan last week where he lost to James Duckworth.
John Millman hasn't won since taking out the title in Nur-Sultan in Octover 2020. Gaël Monfils hasn't reached a final since Rotterdam in February 2020.
Alex De Minaur won the title at Eastbourne on grass, but has failed to fire on hard courts and has lost six of his last seven matches.
Filip Krajinovic has lost 10 of his last 12 matches against Top 100 players on hard courts.