Angelo Montilla | Fri 24/11/2017 - 05:09 EST

Davis Cup Final Betting Lines Picks

Opening Singles Betting Lines Picks

Odds courtesy of Bovada.lv.

David Goffin (-175) vs. Lucas Pouille (+135)

Friends off the court, David Goffin of Belgium and Lucas Pouille of France will put that aside for a couple hours as they prepare to clash in the Davis Cup Final rubber opener.

Goffin, who is ranked seventh in the world, has never defeated Pouille yet enters the match as a -175 favorite. “I’ve never beaten Lucas so I will try to find a solution to find my best tennis.”

Bovada has some enticing proposition bets for Friday’s opener, including the total games needed to decide a winner in the match. Bovada has set the projected total at 21, but expect this matchup to go the distance in the best-of-five set contest.

Bettors can also place wagers on the first set score projection. Goffin winning 6-4 comes in as the +450 favorite. Put your money on the Belgian to finally snap his winless skid against Pouille on Friday.

Pick: David Goffin (-175) Bovada

Jo-Wilfred Tsonga (-575) vs. Steve Darcis (+390)

While the opening match will be close to call, the second contest is much clearer as veteran ATP star Jo-Wilfred Tsonga of France faces Steve Darcis of Belgium. Tsonga heads into the matchup as the convincing -575 favorite, while Darcis is pegged as a +390 underdog.

Bovada also has several compelling betting lines for this match, including picking the exact sets outcome. Tsonga sweeping the best-of-five series is the +120 favorite, however don’t expect Darcis to be shut out completely. Place your money on Tsonga winning 3 sets to 1, which pays out +270.

Pick: Jo-Wilfred Tsonga (-575) Bovada

Outright Winner Betting Lines Picks

Odds courtesy of BetOnline.com.

France (-400) vs. Belgium (+300)

This marks the first time since 2001 that France and Belgium will meet in the Davis Cup Final. France has won 10 Davis Cup titles with the last coming that year.

They head into the championship round as the convincing -400 favorites while Belgium — searching for their first ever — are compelling +300 underdogs.

France has defeated Belgium in the last two encounters between the countries — in the World Group first round in 1999 and the World Group semis in 2001. France has owned this matchup for years and with their strong roster, they will continue that trend in the 2017 Davis Cup Final.

Pick: France (-400) BetOnline