If you’re looking for a little bit of post-Wimbledon tennis betting action, I’ve got great news. The men’s tour returns to the United States this week for the first time in months.
Newport, Rhode Island will play host to the Infosys Hall of Fame Open, featuring a thorough cast of American competitors.
Newport Tennis Tournament
Newport isn’t just another random stop along the international men’s tennis tour. Newport is famous in part because it also holds the International Tennis Hall of Fame – hence the name of this week’s tournament.
There’s also the matter of court style. American tennis is typically known for its hardcourt, but Newport famously breaks the mold with a nontraditional court surface.
While the short-lived grass tennis season does peak with Wimbledon, it isn’t technically the end of the season. That’s because ATP Newport is the only professional tournament played on grass outside of Europe.
How Much Does the Winner of the Infosys Hall of Fame Open Make?
The winner of the men’s singles tournament at the 2023 Infosys Hall of Fame Open will receive a cash prize of $97,760.
The total cash purse for ATP Newport is $642,735.
Infosys Hall of Fame Open 2023 Prize Money
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Infosys Hall of Fame Open Schedule
The Newport Open is scheduled to run from Monday, July 17 through Sunday, July 23.
Infosys Hall of Fame Open Draw
This year’s Newport draw features plenty of Americans and older players. At the top of the draw is No. 1 seed Tommy Paul – an unusual American player in that he excels on grass. He’s 15-8 on grass since the start of 2022.
Paul should coast toward the final, as the top of the draw is filled with qualifiers, wild cards, and semi-retired players in their late 30s, all of whom should struggle to challenge Paul in this setting.
At the bottom of the draw, Frenchman Adrian Mannarino is the No. 2 seed, but it’s No. 7 seed Jordan Thompson who may be the most dangerous player in the half. He’s already won 10 matches on grass this season and would have likely made a deep run at Wimbledon if he hadn’t had the misfortune of playing Djokovic in the second round.
Reigning champion Maxime Cressy – another American, like Paul – enters the tournament in poor form. He’s lost 13 of his last 14 matches.
Infosys Hall of Fame Open Odds (Pre-Tournament)
This week’s men’s tour doesn’t just feature the Infosys Hall of Fame Open in Newport. There are also two other small ATP 250 events in other parts of the world.
BetMGM has individual match odds for all three tournaments at its online sportsbook.
Nordea Open 2023
The tournament heads back to clay for a beloved tournament in Bastad, Sweden. The Nordea Open was voted as the best 250-level tournament by players for 11 consecutive years, from 2002-2012.
Argentinian player Francisco Cerundolo won the tournament in 2022 and returns to this year’s draw as the No. 4 seed. Casper Ruud is the No. 1 seed and favorite.
Gstaad Open 2023
Another clay tournament in Europe, this 28-player field will compete in Gstaad, Switzerland, with EFG International serving the role of title sponsor.
The player pool has plenty of household clay names, including No. 1 seed Roberto Bautista Agut.
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