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  1. Oceane Dodin (+4.0 Games) to beat Sofia Kenin at 1.91 with betfair Dodin is a great indoor player. She has her best record on this surface (W/L record: 131-58) and she has won 11 matches this year. The last week she won in Macon and she reached the QFs in St Petersburg where she won against Gracheva, Ferro, Kuzmova and Konta without dropping a single set. She finally lost against Rybakina but she took a set from her. She has played a lot of matches in the last days but the retirement of Teichmann will give her an extra day for recovering. Kenin won her first match since the AO against Diatchenko. She has never achieved good results on indoors (7-6). The best result she has achieved on this surface was in Quebec (2016) where she reached the SFs, losing against Pegula. Today she could have lost against Jaqueline (the rumanian was serving for the match in the second set but she finally choked).
  2. @StudentOfTheOddsMarketAcademy As we say in my country (to stop arguing with an idiot) "the fat cow's for you".
  3. @liquidglass Yes, you are. You have been comenting a lot of posts of mine making ridicolous statements. Like when you said that my reasons to betting for Moutet (vs. Monteiro) and Londero (vs. Cecchinato) where foolish. I remember you saying that you were 100% sure that both or one of them would not win (and both won...). Don't you see how stupid you are...? Saying you are 100 % sure about a couple of bets on a betting forum...? I can lose some predictions but you will never see me saying I'm 100 % about a bet. Imagine how many people followed you just because you said you were 100 % sure. Since that moment I have seen you comenting 2 or 3 times more times and doing it always with a lot of arrogance.
  4. Leylah Annie Fernandez to beat Sloane Stephens at 1.67 with 888 Leylah comes here in a very good form. She did Final in Acapulco winning against Cabrera, Lepchenko, Stojanovic, Hibino, Potapova and Zarazua without dropping a single set. Stephens is absolutely out of form and here she has won her first match since October. Anyway, she has suffered a lot against an unknown player and I don't see her going too far here. Despite her age, Leylah has already achieved some big wins recently and I see her winning this one considering Sloane's form.
  5. Alison Van Uytvanck vs Viktoriya Tomova Under 20.5 Games at 1.72 with 888 I think there is a big difference between these 2 players. Van Uytvanck destroyed Kawa in her first match here (6-1, 6-3) and she did not concede a single BP in the whole match. Tomova had a hard match against Frech (7-5, 6-7, 6-4).
  6. @CzechPunter you lost your faith on Teichmann too early Badosa is injured again... A lot of potential but she's always struggling with injuries
  7. Mcnally/Pegula (-3.0 Games) to beat Hsu/Whoriskey at 1.95 with Marathonbet Mcnally(40)/Pegula(129) have played 8 matches together and they have won 6 of them. They played a couple of matches together 2 weeks ago. Both players have demonstrated to be good double players. Mcnally won in Washington playing with Gauff and they reached the QF's in the AO, losing finally against the best pair of the world, Mladenovic/Babos. Pegula also has won a WTA tournament (Houston). Hsu(146)/Whoriskey(171) have played a couple of tournaments together (2-2) but the first one was in 2015 and the second one in 2018 so this will be their first match together in almost 2 years. None of them has been ranked into the Top 100.
  8. @CzechPunter @FrenchPunterWhat do u expect from Garcia? I'm tempted to bet on her against Minnen, 1.80 looks juicy.. I know she's far form her best form but there are some factors to be considered for this one. She has invested on this new tournament and this region is where she has trained for a lot of time so I expect big motivation from her. Despite her bad form she's better player than Minnen, what do u think? Maybe this tournament is cancelled for the the coronavirus
  9. Vitalia Diatchenko (+5,5 Games) to beat Sofia Kenin at 1.72 with 888 I think Kenin will have a difficult match here. Diatchenko is a very dangerous player on indoors. Diatchenko is one of the players who hits harder of the whole circuit and her game suits very well on indoors (she has a nice record on this surface). She could have won against Sakkari in St. Petersburg (6-3, 4-6, 6-7). Diatchenko dominated Sakkari in some parts of the match with her big hitting but she choked when she had to close the sets (she was leading 3-0 the second set and 5-2 the third set). This surface suits more Diatchenko's game and Kenin looks a little bit out since she won the AO.
  10. Kyle Edmund (-1,5 Games) to beat Taylor Fritz at 1.80 with 888 Edmund is in a very good moment. He won in New York dropping only 1 set in the whole tournament and he has won his 2 matches here in straight sets (Feliciano Lopez and Felix Auger). Fritz last results has been very poor. He lost in the first round against Norrie in Delray Beach and in the second round against Krueger in Newport Beach. Stan Wawrinka (-1,5 Sets) to beat Grigor Dimitrov at 2.48 with 888 Dimitrov results in this 2020 are absolutely horrible and he could have lost in his last match here against Mannarino. Wawrinka is playing so much better than Grigor (he reached the QFs in the AO, winning against Medvedev in the fourth round). He has won against Tiafoe and Pedro Martinez in his 2 matches here. The last 5 times they have played in the last 2 years Wawrinka has won all of them.
  11. Novak Djokovic (-5.0 Games) to beat Gael Monfils at 2.04 with Marathonbet Monfils always has been dominated by Djokovic (16-0). Novak has been impressive this week, destroying all his opponents: Jaziri (6-1, 6-2), Kohlschreiber (6-3, 6-1) and Khachanov (6-2, 6-2). Monfils also has won all his matches here in straight sets (Fucsovics, Uchiyama and Gasquet) and he won in Marseille and Rotterdam but I think this could be a problem for him because he has played too many matches and he usually has physical issues when he plays too many matches in a short term. As I said, Djokovic never had problems to beat Monfils and he has been impressive this week so I expect another win in straight sets from Djokovic.
  12. I like low odds games but I need to have a lot of confidence on them. I do not recommend to make bets based only in a possible physical issue because if she's not ready to play she will not play but if she does and she has no problems you will have a problem (considering that your main reason to make the bet was a possible physical issue from a player). If Jabeur is ready to play do you think betting for Kvitova at 1.5 has value? Personally, I don't think so.
  13. Ashleigh Barty (-2,5 Games) to beat Garbiñe Muguruza at 1.93 with Marathonbet Muguruza has been impressive in this 2020 (only Rybakina has more wins in this year). She did Final in the AO, losing it against Kenin. In Dubai she did not play well. She could have lost the second set against Clijsters in the first round. In the second round she could have lost the match against Kudermetova and she finally lost in the third round against Brady. She has played very well in her last 2 matches here against Tomljanovic and Yastremska but she could have lost in the first round against Kasatkina. Muguruza prefers to play against big hitters like her but she suffers when she has to play against players like Barty. If she could have lost against Kasatkina (who is out of form) I hardly can see her winning against Barty. The problem here is that Barty only has played 1 match since the AO (Siegemund: 6-2, 6-3).
  14. Jan-Lennard Struff to beat Stefanos Tsitsipas at 3.2 with betfair I repeat with Struff. I have not watched him against Basilashvili (6-1, 6-0) but as I said in my last post he impressed me with his match against Bautista (7-6, 7-5). Tsitsipas has suffered a lot against Bublik in his last match here (7-6, 6-4). The h2h is 2-2 but the last 2 times they have played Struff has won. I think Struff is underrated for this one. Jan-Lennard Struff vs Stefanos Tsitsipas Over 22.5 Games at 1.9 with betfair