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  1. This is the fourth or the fifth bet against Swiatek that I have seen here in the last 2 tournaments. She has won this tournament without dropping a single set as she did in RG. None of the players she has played against has won more than 4 games on all those sets. There's a reason why Swiatek is priced that low on all these matches by the bookies. Bookies don't gift anything.
  2. WTA Adelaide Caroline García to beat Anastasija Sevastova at 1.76 with Pinnacle I don't understand these odds and it's possible that I'm missing something but I think García has showed more than Sevastova in the last matches. Sevastova ended 2020 with a 6-13 record and she only has won 1 match in 2021. She lost against Badosa in 3 sets in the 1st round of Abu Dhabi. She was destroyed by Pavlyuchenkova (6-0, 6-3) after beating Brengle in 2 sets. After that she was destroyed by Kanepi in the AO (6-3, 6-1) and lost in the Philipp Island Trophy against Bogdan in 3 sets. García won agains
  3. ATP Montpellier (Open Sud de France) Sebastian Korda to beat Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at 1.53 with bet365 Tsonga will play his first match after a long absence. His last match played was against Popyrin, in the AO 2020, where he had to retire due to an injury. Korda comes in a real good form after winning the Quimper Challenger, played also on indoors. Benjamin Bonzi to beat Lucas Pouille at 1.66 with bet365 Pouille has returned after a long absence but his results and his game during his first 3 matches has been bad. He has won against Maden but lost against Horansky and Kamke
  4. The match has been really bad. Both players have played with a lot of nerves... and it's hard to believe that this was a SF of a GS... Osaka today has wiped the court with Serena. In her way to the Final she has faced some really good players (García, Jabeur, Muguruza, Hsieh, Serena,...) and her level has been really good. Brady's way to the Final couldn't have been easier... Bolsova, Brengle and Juvan in the first 3 matches, followed by an injured Vekic and then Pegula and Muchova... I have watched her against Pegula, Vekic and Muchova and her level is miles away from the level she showe
  5. Djokovic vs Karatsev - Under 32,5 Games - at 1.73 with William Hill I just copy the comment I did above and add a couple of things to explain why I think this will be an easy victory for Djokovic. I have watched his matches against Fritz, Raonic and Zverev. Against Fritz I thought he was done but after a 10 minute pause before the 5th set started, he miraculously recovered to win that set. Against Raonic he started well but in the middle of the first I started to see him complaining in some parts of the match when he was running sideways. Exaggerated or not, he won both matches. I
  6. I agree except for one thing, Djokovic won't suffer against Karatsev. An aggressive flat hitting player who likes to dictate the points from the baseline? That's a perfect matchup for Nole. Just take a look at the dominance of Djokovic against players with a similar game style (Berdych, Cilic,...). He will need to serve extremely well to not be destroyed by Djokovic.
  7. He started super aggressive, playing every point at 2 shots and doing a large amount of UE (at this point I thought he was done), but when he was down 5-4 and Zverev was serving for the set he started playing his habitual "wall version", showing no signs of physical problems. Anyways, this match is not done yet.. Let's see
  8. I took Zverev at 2.75. To beat someone as Zverev he will need to be at his best and "apparently" he's not. With Djokovic is hard to know but I think his abdomen problems are real (probably, a little bit exaggerated...) and, as I said, he needs to be at his best to beat Zverev here. Let's see..
  9. @bet4fun are u kidding me? She has won all the 3 finals of grand slam she has played
  10. You have pre-tournament bets for Halep, Serena and Barty but not for Osaka..? 😂
  11. She started playing aggressive, hitting too flat. She said she thought that was the best way to beat Swiatek but she started to do some mistakes and then she changed her game plan for the next 2 sets, hitting with more topspin and opening more the court. She started moving Swiatek more, making her hitting the ball from awkward positions and that's why she increased her UEs. You can't call that luck... The final set was tight but overall Halep was the better player. As you said, if Halep moves Serena she will win. Potapova did in her first set against Serena and she outclassed her. Do you know
  12. If you are surprised it's because you haven't been paying attention to Pegula. She's playing the best tennis of her career. And Pliskova is unable to play well for 7 straight matches, it's beyond her
  13. Leylah/Watson to beat Fichman/Olmos at 2.75 with bet365 I add one doubles match for tonight. Fichman/Omos is the favorite pair but not that much IMO. None of them has never been in the top 50. I guess that they favor them so much because they beat Chan/Chan in the 1st round but Leylah/Watson also beat another of the best current pairs of the circuit in the 1st round (Stosur/Zhang). Fichman/Olmos have played together 5 matches in their career (3-2) while Watson/Leylah is the first time they play together (2-0).
  14. I agree with you. Sabalenka overpowered Serena in most parts of the match. SAabalenka deserved to win. Serena also deserved to lost the first against Potapova. The teenager dominated her but when she was serving for the set (5-3) she did 5 Double faults in the same game! Unbelievable. Finally, Serena broke her and then won the TB (a tight one). That frustrated Potapova. Who knows what could have happened if Potapova had won that first set because Serena was outclassed by the teenager on that set.
  15. Donna Vekic (+1,5 Sets) to beat Jennifer Brady at 1.90 with betfair Vekic played really well against Kanepi. She could have lost in 2 sets as she had to face a MP in the 2nd set but she saved it with a massive serve and then she won the TB. I was impressed with the way that she played the crucial points, that was one of those matches that gives you a lot of confidence for the next ones. Brady has not been tested yet as she has played against Bolsova, Brengle and Juvan so play against Vekic will be a big jump for her. IMO Vekic has more options than the odds suggest so I bet that she will
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