Some recommendations for tomorrow,if you have any contrary arguments, maybe some info which could have gone near me, I gladly welcome them.
They are low odds, if you find it risky, follow it live, wait for a possible higher odd.
Sugita - Monteiro - Monteiro to win: 1.28
Sandgren - Rublev- Rublev to win : 1.30
Vukic - Alcaraz : -Alcaraz to win: 1.35
Harrison C - C. Norrie : Norrie to win: 1,36
Nagal - D. Brown : - Nagal to win: 1.45
Stebe - Grenier: Stebe to win: 1.35
I didn't have the time to add comments to all of them, whether any of them are non-clay players, or long pause, or simply skill difference. (Alcaraz for example)
I don't necessarily suggest prebetting on all/most of them, wait it live, be patient, if you see the opportunity -> strike. I can see Alcaraz losing a set, Norrie too, also Brown can upset a set too. In the end I do believe they'll all win.
(I also go with Zandschulp - Lorenzi, Zandschulp to win, and Tommy Paul - Anderson - Anderson to win)
3 hours ago, Torque said:
Shapovalov showing just how bad Nadal was yesterday - breaking Diego almost at will. How on earth Nadal lost in straight sets and struggled so much to break I'll never know. Diego's serve is so weak. I know the conditions didn't suit Nadal but even so he should never have lost like that. He really did play badly and the conditions don't explain hitting the ball so short. Balls hit in and around the service box will get punished against anyone.
Obvious lack of matches at Nadal. Anyone can say anything about their preparation, etc.
Nothing can replace the intensity and rythym of official matches. It gets you ready mentally and physically. Period. Several players, whom I'm almost 100% sure did a serious preparation before their first tournament after covid, got 'surprisingly' out, due to them beating themselves. - post interviews, talks - they all said the same - no rythym. That's why I proposed Carreno Busta too versus Nadal, turned out bad, Busta played awful.
There's absolutely no world where a normal prepared, with games in legs - Nadal meets a normal prepared, with games in legs - Schwartzman, and it goes the way it has been played 2 days ago.
Like I can see Nadal losing versus Schwartzman, yes.(not really tho) Nadal losing 3/3 service games in a row? Nah, that's just utter bullshit.Edited by rodxuabht
21.09.2020. - 2 games to bet.
20:45 - Portimonense - Ferreira - draw 3.20 bet365
22:30 - FUS Rabat - Olympique de Safi - draw 2.75 bet365
3.15 Warwick - France De Reve 9/4 B365