The UniCredit Firenze Open 2022 began on October 10, with some of the top players hoping to utilise this event as a warm-up for the crucial Rolex Paris Masters later this month.

The first Florence Open was held in 1973, when Ilie Nastase won the title after defeating Adriano Panatta in the final, which was a five-set match at the time.

In the lead-up to this year’s competition, 28 singles players will compete in the main draw, along with other players who advance through the qualifying rounds.

The competition hasn’t been conducted since 1994, however the most recent winner was Marcelo Filippini of Uruguay, who defeated Richard Fromberg of Australia in the final with a scoreline of 3-6, 6-3, 6-3.

The winner of the UniCredit Firenze Open receives 250 points in the ATP 250 series of competitions.

A total of $612,000 will be distributed during the competition in 2022.

So, If you want to bet on the Firenze Open, check at the amount of markets, odds, and whether the bookie offers any promotions for betting on this event.

Consider live streaming possibilities as well, which are a solid benefit because they make betting easier.

And if you are looking for a match to bet on…

The fight between Roberto Carballes Baena and Matteo Berrettini takes place on October 12, 2022.

It will be held on an indoor hard court at the Palazzo Wanny in Florence, Italy.

Prediction and odds

Matteo Berrettini, world number 16, is the second seed at this week’s inaugural Firenze Open and has a bye to the round of 16.

As the highest-ranked Italian in the draw, the 26-year-old will be backed to the hilt by passionate home supporters, and he appears set for a good beginning here against Roberto Carballes Baena, whom he conceded only three games to in their only previous meeting back in 2019.

Carballes Baena, world number 80, did just that to Daniel Elahi Galan on Monday, putting out the in-form Colombian in stunning fashion, but the crowd will likely help Berrettini avoid any early worries here. Berrettini should win in straight sets.

Winner –

Roberto Carballes Baena: 6.60

Matteo Berrettini: 1.11