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About Foo_Fighter

  • Birthday 10/21/1987

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    Sports (football, tennis, basketball, snooker), movies, tv shows (my favorite are Breaking Bad, Homeland, Dexter, Ozark)

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  1. darko08, I hope you reconsider and keep posting your always well put, smart bets. As a matter of fact, I've always regarded you as my favorite punter. This isn't exactly praise I'm giving you (in some way it is since I said you're my favorite), it's just the reality, the truth; your win-loss ratio is outstanding. As I said, I just hope you reconsider man...
  2. Lloyd Harris to win a set at 1.8 with bet365 Don't know why Ruud is considered such a heavy favorite against Harris tonight. Both players are at their best, Harris is the better server, Ruud is probably the better retriever. Kind of reminds me of David Ferrer in a way. At these odds, I'm going with the young South African to win at least a set. Good luck.
  3. Giron to beat van de Zandschulp at 1.9 with bet365 The Dutch is a decent player but I feel that Giron is more versatile than his opponent. He's got 2(!) very recent straight set victories (7-5, 7-6 & 7-6, 7-6) against Alex de Minaur (@Metz and Sofia) which is very impressive by itself. Winning so many tie breaks in a row shows how clutch and mentally tough he is. Also, Giron was born in California and he still lives there so this can only increase his chances of having a good Indian Wells. Mackenzie McDonald to beat James Duckworth at 1.75 with bet365 The two players have a very similar ranking right now (#57 & #55 respectively) but I don't necessarily believe that their games are of similar range. McDonald is more experienced, more talented and eventually, more motivated (home soil) than his opponent. I don't know, perhaps I'm reading this game wrong, but my gut says the American will prevail in the end (even comfortably). The 3rd match I like is this: Good luck.
  4. Anyone else fancy Riley to beat RBA today? I also like Monfils to beat Isner. Hmm Medvedev & Tsitsipas will probably prevail quite easily I think. In Montreal, I like Gauff to beat Giorgi, that’s my favorite pick there. Anyway, haven't placed a bet yet, these are just my initial thoughts.
  5. Zverev was way better than Djokovic throughout the match. I had placed a 285€ bet on Zverev to win a medal so I'm feeling very grateful to him for this win. Now I want him to win the gold medalπŸ₯‡, as I've invested in this prospect as well.
  6. Zverev should be a major threat. Also, Djokovic doesn't seem to perform at his usual level when he's playing in empty stadiums. He really loves the energy coming from the crowd. He always absorbs that energy and uses it to raise his game, no matter if the crowd supports him or his opponent. Anyway, I really believe Zverev can stop him in Tokyo. We'll see what happens.
  7. https://www.itftennis.com/en/news-and-media/articles/tokyo-2020-olympic-tennis-event-draw-mens-and-womens-singles-and-doubles/
  8. @CzechPunter Do you fancy Krueger to beat Blumberg (Challenger - Cary) at 1.5? They're about to play the deciding set now..
  9. IKR, Brooksby is slightly favored... due to American soil? 🀨
  10. Do you fancy Peter Gojowczyk to beat Jenson Brooksby in straight sets? I was impressed with his stats: Gojowczyk's 1st serve points won vs Mitchell Krueger - 82% Gojowczyk's 1st serve points won vs Vasek Pospisil - 88(!)% Grass is Gojowczyk's turf, and he seems to be in good shape, so I'm placing a bet on a straight set victory for the German at 3.65 with Stoiximan (Greek betting company).
  11. 2016 Champions Rio, Brazil Men's Singles πŸ₯‡ Andy Murray (GBR) πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Women's Singles πŸ₯‡ Monica Puig (PUR) πŸ‡΅πŸ‡· My predictions for Tokyo 2021 Olympics: Men's Singles πŸ₯‡ Alexander Zverev (GER) πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ Women's Singles πŸ₯‡ Naomi Osaka (JPN) πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ Predictions just for fun, you know.
  12. Roger is out of the forthcoming Olympics. πŸ˜ͺ All good things must come to an End. It is what it is I guess. So sad. Been a long-time Fedfan.
  13. Pliskova, MuchovΓ‘, Sabalenka & Barty to win at approximately 7,35.
  14. I like de Minaur (1.45) and Kontaveit (2.1) today. Just my gut feeling. Good luck. πŸ˜‰
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