Nine-time champion Rafael Nadal and five-time winner Novak Djokovic feature at this week’s ATP Rome Masters and all matches at the event are available to watch online.
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ATP Rome Tournament Information
Location: Rome, Italy
Dates: May 9-16, 2021
Category: ATP Masters 1000
Singles Draw: 56
Doubles Draw: 32
Defending Champion: Novak Djokovic
ATP Rome Seeds
1. Novak Djokovic
2. Rafael Nadal
3. Daniil Medvedev
4. Dominic Thiem
5. Stefanos Tsitsipas
6. Alexander Zverev
7. Andrey Rublev
8. Diego Schwartzman
9. Matteo Berrettini
10. Roberto Bautista Agut
11. Pablo Carreno Busta
12. David Goffin
13. Denis Shapovalov
14. Gael Monfils
15. Hubert Hurkacz
16. Grigor Dimitrov
ATP Rome Tips & Predictions
Rafael Nadal, a nine-time champion at the Rome Masters, desperately needs some momentum ahead of his French Open title defence at the end of the month.
However, Nadal has an extremely tough draw through the early rounds and will need to be near his best to even contest the latter stages.
Nadal could run into Italian rising star Jannik Sinner in his opening match, and should he survive that, might meet Denis Shapovalov or recent Madrid semi-finalist Casper Ruud in the Round of 16.
It certainly doesn’t get any easier from there, with Alexander Zverev – who beat Nadal last week in Madrid – possibly waiting in the quarter-finals. Throw in Novak Djokovic as a likely opponent in the final (and potentially last year’s runner-up Diego Schwartzman in the semis) and Nadal will have his work cut out to secure a 10th title in Rome.
Djokovic is returning to action after choosing to skip Madrid and will be coming into this tournament fresh and ready to make an impact ahead of Roland Garros.
The World No. 1 has a decent draw, but could face the likes of Stefanos Tsitsipas and Dominic Thiem in the quarter-finals and semis respectively. Matteo Berrettini, currently set to play the Madrid final at the time of writing, is another name to watch out for in Djokovic’s half.
It’s shaping as an intriguing week in the Italian capital as the best ATP players gather in the last key battleground before Roland Garros.
I don’t think there’s much value in backing Nadal at $2.60 with bet365 considering his questionable form and tough draw. A fresh Djokovic is my best bet at $4.00, while there’s good value in Aslan Karatsev at $29 after the Russian beat Djokovic on clay just a couple of weeks ago.