ATP World Tour Finals: Dimitrov tipped to dominate Goffin again

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Grigor Dimitrov has already given David Goffin one hiding at the O2 Arena this week and is hard to oppose in our ATP World Tour Finals betting tips for the London decider.

The Bulgarian simply overpowered his Belgian foe when romping to a 6-0 6-2 victory during the group stage, being allowed to dominate from the net almost at will.

A repeat of that performance would make 6/5 for Dimitrov to secure a 2-0 success in the closing contest outstanding value.

The 26-year-old also crushed Pablo Carreno-Busta 6-1 6-1 to go into the semi-finals as very much the form player of the tournament.

Dimitrov may have been guilty of believing his own hype when then going a set down against Jack Sock, but regained his composure to beat the gutsy American 4-6 6-0 6-3.

Looking forward to the rematch with Goffin, the sixth seed said: “Playing the same player twice in a week has never happened to me before, but it’s just another match, the last of the season and I need to keep on playing. Bring it on.”

Goffin did manage to beat Dimitrov in the Rotterdam quarter-finals earlier this year, but the Bulgarian had previously enjoyed emphatic triumphs at the Australian Open and in Sofia.

An upset win over Roger Federer in the semis will give Goffin hope of revenge, ending a run of six straight losses to the Swiss ace by prevailing 2-6 6-3 6-4.

“It is the best win of my career, for sure,” he said. “To beat Roger for the first time, here in such a big tournament, it was the perfect moment.”

However, we still feel Dimitrov has the power game to control proceedings in the decider and 11/10 he again obliges with more than 3.5 games to spare is another value option.

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Best bets for ATP World Tour Finals decider:

Dimitrov to win 2-0 @ 6/5

Dimitrov -3.5 games @ 11/10

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