San Diego Open Best Betting Lines And Odds: ATP Tour

  • Brandon Nakashima is a moderate -170 betting favorite over Fabio Fognini.
  • Diego Schwartzman is favored by 5.5 games over Federico Gaio.
  • Kei Nishikori is a -160 betting favorite over Andy Murray.

SAN DIEGO – The San Diego Open has entered the round of 32 and brings with it a couple of matchups with interesting betting odds.

Brandon Nakashima Vs. Fabio Fognini

Fabio Fognini is the No. 31 player in the world and is listed as an underdog to the No. 83 ranked Brandon Nakashima.

Nakashima Vs. Fognini Moneyline Odds

  • Fabio Fognini +145
  • Brandon Nakashima -170

Nakashima has won 85% of his service games and 18% of his return games this season while Fognini is taking home 74% of service games and 25% of games on return. Nakashima is 14 years younger than Fognini and will likely take the game more seriously, which could ultimately be a difference-maker in a smaller event like this.

Diego Schwartzman Vs. Federico Gaio

Diego Schwartzman is the biggest favorite of any player in the round of 32, according to online gambling sites in his match against Federico Gaio. Even with the lopsided line, Schwartzman may not be favored by enough.

Schwartzman Vs. Gaio Spread Odds

  • Diego Schwartzman -5.5 -110
  • Federico Gaio +5.5 -120

Schwartzman recently was the victim of one of the biggest upsets in recent memory and will likely be laser-focused to avoid anything of the sort happening again. Gaio doesn’t do anything better than Schwartzman and is simply not on the same level whatsoever.

Kei Nishikori Vs. Andy Murray

Andy Murray is not nearly the same tennis player he used to be. The former No. 1 player in the world now sits outside of the top 100 and finds himself as a betting underdog to Kei Nishikori.

Nishikori Vs. Murray Moneyline Odds

  • Kei Nishikori -160
  • Andy Murray +130

Murray has shown signs of returning to his elite form but has largely been disappointing. Those betting on tennis can get Nishikori at odds that should probably be shorter than what they are due to the name value of Andy Murray.