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  1. Gauff has been playing very well so would be no surprise to see her do well here. Personally tho, I would prefer if she treats this like a warm-up for the big one at SW19 😉
  2. I expected Swiatek to win also, but I thought Gauff gave her plenty of problems and that bodes well for the youngster when she gets off the clay and onto a surface she enjoys.
  3. That was also in my mind, and makes his price too short. Could be completely wrong and Joker could turn up and blow him away, but I just don't see it in front of this Italian crowd.
  4. Joker looks much too short a price here against the local boy. Sonego has beaten him before (their only meeting) so won't be intimidated. I've layed Djokovic on the exchange at 1.19 and expect to green up in-running.
  5. Isner can trouble anyone in these conditions, and if you can't find a way to break him, your chances don't improve much in TBs (because he plays so many of them he has a decent record). I thought he served poorly yesterday by his standards but he raised his game on the big points and was too solid in the TBs for Rublev. Thiem is building up for Roland Garos, and is clearly rusty after his lay off, so is more vulnerable than normal today. I haven't backed him but Isner could win this and I don't think it would be a disaster for Thiem. The main thing for the Austrian is to find his match fitness
  6. 12 times Monte Carlo champion Nadal doesn't need any help or favours, trust me 😆
  7. Helluva result for Evans. Joker unsettled by his style but all the same the Brit still had to hold his nerve and saved a lot of BPs.
  8. Did anyone see Evans v Hurkacz match ? Hurkacz was the one that blew my 6fold yesterday and I'm just wondering how he managed to lose to Evans so easily. Evans hasn't played much and supposedly doesn't like clay either.
  9. Its also possible that, despite being 18 months older, she is in better physical condition now than she was in that Wimbledon final. At that time she had been out the game for a while, having her child, and definitely struggled when she first came back.
  10. I wish you luck with your Halep bet, but don't share your big confidence. Williams is nearly 40 years old now and is regressing, so more players have more chances than ever before, of beating her. So I don't think she'll win another slam, but she is still dangerous. While she lacks movement and court coverage (although that was never her strong point anyway), she retains some dangerous weapons, esp her serve which remains the best in the game. She also has something which has seen her over the line in countless matches when she should have lost - mental strength. This is the reason she practi
  11. What about 9 out of the other 10 times when she lost to her ?
  12. Djokovic v Raonic is not a good match up, for Raonic. On paper, the Canadian should have a lot in his favour - lightning fast court and questions marks over Joker's fitness. But he is a mental midget and unless the Serb is genuinely injured, I'm expecting the same result as every other time he plays him. Dimitrov v Theim should be a good match. Dimi loves it here and shades the h2h with Dominic so looks a bit of value at current prices.
  13. We'll find out in the next few days wether Joker's injury was real or serious, but he has a long long history of selling a bag of goods, and those brave enough to go against the market swings would have made some juicy profits. I had a little at Evens in-play, but I know he traded a lot higher than that, and in the outright he drifted out to a huge price at one point. Nice trade if you got it, but I'd be greening up now if it was me because he hasn't looked great in any match and these courts look super fast and that won't be in his favour (hasn't he already complained about the courts?).
  14. Shapo looked pretty good in his first round win over Sinner. The only issue I see with a 3-0 bet here is Tomic retiring before that happens. He has plenty of previous and he's already made his excuses by complaining about his knee.
  15. Turns out Skybet were the quickest to price it up. Was expecting it might be bet365. Thats excluding the exchanges of course. Befair had price up before any of them, but not too much liquidity so I couldn't judge the relative value of the price.
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