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Predictor Game: Advance with Djokovic in Geneva

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May 18, 2024

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By Staff

After two consecutive ATP Masters 1000 tournaments, ATP Tour stars have a new opportunity to score net points for the PIF ATP Rankings in Geneva and Lyon.

Up to 10 members of the Top 25 will compete in these two ATP 250 tournaments. Novak Djokovic and Casper Ruud headline the Gonet Geneva Open, while local Ugo Humbert will be the main protagonist of the Open Parc in Lyon.

Before each tournament, points out three players who could help fans in the PIF ATP Rankings Predictor.

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Novak Djokovic – defending 0 points
The No. 1 in the PIF ATP Rankings accepted an invitation to compete for the first time in Geneva. The Serbian aims to win his first trophy of the season and the 99th of his career.

The start of the season has been difficult for the Balkan, who has a record of 12-5 in 2024. After being eliminated in the third round against the semi-finalist Tabilo, Djokovic will want to accumulate matches to regain full form. Novak will face former world No. 1 Andy Murray or German Yannick Hanfmann in the second round.

Mariano Navone – defending 0 points
One of the most emerging players on the circuit this year is Mariano Navone.The Argentine, seeded seventh in Lyon, began 2024 without any ATP Tour victories, a treasure for participants in the PIF ATP Rankings Predictor.

Navone, who is not defending points in Lyon, reached ATP Tour finals in Rio de Janeiro and Bucharest. The South American has shown his enormous talent on the surface and could continue at the Open Parc, where he will debut against Pavel Kotov with a possible quarterfinal duel against second seed Alexander Bublik on the horizon.

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Ben Shelton – defending 0 points
The American great server began his clay court season in Houston, where he won an ATP 250 trophy. Shelton subsequently fell in the third round at the ATP Masters 1000 in Madrid and Rome.

In the best position of his career as world No. 14, Shelton has proven to have enough power to be respected on clay. His progress on the surface is notable compared to the previous season, when he completed his first tour on clay. Shelton does not defend points in Geneva, where he will start as the fourth seed to debut against Flavio Cobolli or Aslan Karatsev.

Bonus Ball – Novak Djokovic
It hasn’t been the stellar start to the year that Djokovic is accustomed to. With this in mind, it still makes sense to use the Bonus Ball on the Serbian. Whenever a world No. 1 competes without points to defend, it is likely to be a great help to your team.

The Balkan has won 19 clay trophies throughout his career and could add the 20th this week in Geneva.


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