ATP Geneva Live Stream & Tips: Watch Geneva Open Online

ATP Geneva Live Stream

Roger Federer headlines a quality field at the ATP Geneva Open this week and all matches are available to watch online.

ATP Geneva Live Stream, Tips & Predictions

ATP Geneva Live Stream – watch and bet on the ATP Geneva Open from your desktop or mobile device. Live streams of all matches at ATP Geneva are free to watch.

ATP Geneva Live Stream: How To Watch & Bet Online

ATP Geneva is available to watch and bet with bet365 and their comprehensive live streaming coverage.

The bookmaker is offering all eligible customers the chance to watch and bet on all matches from ATP Geneva between May 16-22, 2021. All you need is a funded account with bet365 or to have placed an online bet within the last 24 hours of the match, although you must note that geo-restrictions may apply in some areas.

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ATP Geneva Tennis: How to live stream with bet365

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  3. Select live streaming on the right-hand menu
  4. Choose the ATP Geneva match you want to stream
  5. Enjoy live ATP Geneva tennis streams and in-play betting

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ATP Geneva Tournament Information

Location: Geneva, Switzerland
Dates: May 16-22, 2021
Surface: Clay
Category: ATP 250
Singles Draw: 28
Doubles Draw: 16
Defending champion: Alexander Zverev (2019)

ATP Geneva Seeds

1. Roger Federer
2. Denis Shapovalov
3. Casper Ruud
4. Grigor Dimitrov
5. Cristian Garin
6. Fabio Fognini
7. Benoit Paire
8. Adrian Mannarino

ATP Geneva Tips & Predictions

Roger Federer has a tough job ahead of him in Geneva as the Swiss legend returns to play hist his second tournament of the season.

Federer will also be playing on clay for the first time since Roland Garros in 2019, making his quest to win the title this week even more challenging.

The 39-year-old will face Pablo Andujar or Jordan Thompson in his opening match – but while he should be able to topple either of those, things will get considerably more difficult from there.

Cristian Garin is the first seeded opponent Federer could meet in the quarter-finals. Garin is arguably top 10 on clay when at the peak of his powers and has claimed five ATP titles on the surface since 2019.

Marin Cilic and Marton Fucsovics are also potential quarter-final opponents.

Should Federer reach the semis, it’s likely Casper Ruud will be waiting. Ruud owns a 11-4 record on clay this season and has reached the semi-finals in Monte-Carlo, Munich and Madrid.

In the other half of the draw, Denis Shapovalov leads the way. The Canadian held two match points against Rafael Nadal this past week in Rome and will be keen to carry that form over to Geneva.

Fabio Fognini, Grigor Dimitrov and recent Rome semi-finalist Reilly Opelka are other players to watch out for in the bottom half.

Federer, expectedly, isn’t the favourite, but he’s still solid value at $6.00 with bet365. Ruud is the favourite with the bookies, but he’s still chasing his first title of the year and has faltered in the latter rounds so far this clay season. I don’t think there’s much value in the Norwegian.

Shapovalov looked good in Rome and if he can replicate that form in Geneva, he’s my pick to take out the title.