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Tennis betting tips: Chase the aces in Hall of Fame final

There are three titles up for grabs on the ATP Tour today and we have tennis betting tips for all of them.

The Swedish Open gets things under way at 1pm before the Croatia Open and Hall of Fame Open both conclude this evening.

We had a frustrating day with our predictions yesterday but have had a fruitful week in general and are hoping to end it on a high today after studying the latest tennis odds.

Sunday's tennis betting tips

Here are our tennis tips today:

[All odds correct at time of publication]

Nicolas Jarry vs Juan Ignacio Londero

Jarry goes into the final of the Swedish Open as the slight favourite after easing through without dropping a set all week.

The fifth seed took just 64 minutes to win 6-3 6-2 in his semi-final against Federico Delbonis, who had accounted for number eight seed Joao Sousa in the quarter-finals.

In Saturday's second semi-final, Londero overcame Albert Ramos-Vinolas, the 2016 champion, 6-3 6-4.

The sixth seed recovered from losing his serve early in the first set before an early break in the second saw him take control.

Jarry is bidding for his first ATP Tour title which he almost won in May at the Geneva Open, where he had two championship points before being edged out by Alexander Zverev in a third-set tie-break.

This is Londero's second final of the season after winning the title in Cordoba in February but Jarry has looked in better form this week and spent less time on court.

We're backing him to win the final in straight sets at 15/8 as the first of our tennis betting predictions.

Attila Balazs vs Dusan Lajovic

Victory for Balazs in the final of the Croatia Open would be one of the stories of the year on the ATP Tour.

The 30-year-old Hungarian retired from playing in 2014 due to injury problems and went into coaching but described that as "just too boring".

He returned as a player two years later and is now in first Tour final, having had to win two qualifiers just to reach the main draw.

Awaiting the world number 207 in the final is fourth seed Lajovic after his semi-final opponent Salvatore Caruso retired.

The Italian qualifier sustained a leg injury towards the end of the first set, which Lajovic took 7-5. Caruso played three points in the second before deciding he could not continue.

Lajovic reached the final of the Monte Carlo Masters in April and is 36th in the world rankings so it would be a major upset if Balazs completed the fairytale today and Lajovic to win in straight sets at 5/4 is added to our tennis predictions for today.

John Isner vs Alexander Bublik

Isner is making hard work of it but is now just one win away from a fourth Hall of Fame Open title.

All three of his matches this week have gone to a deciding set and he has had to come back from a set down in the last two rounds.

The 34-year-old American came through 6-7 (4) 7-6 (5) 6-3 against Frenchman Ugo Humbert yesterday and now meets seventh seed Bublik in the final.

It has been a similar story for Bublik, who has also needed three sets to win all four of his matches this week, including a 7-6 (5) 3-6 6-4 victory over Marcel Granollers in his semi-final.

There were no breaks of serve in Isner's first two sets yesterday and he has fired down 64 aces in three matches, while Bublik has hit 48 in four matches.

More of the same can be expected today so the last of our tennis betting tips is the BetStars Odds Boost of 6/5 for over 31.5 total aces in the match.

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Andrew McDermott
@a_mcdermott in Tennis