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  1. November 20 - November 26

    Matteo Donati to beat Evgeny Karlovskiy at 1.50 with Paddy Power Solid gap between the two, especially with Donati being the home player. Karlovskiy is completely average, while Donati has been able to upset better players in this season already - and he also played well in Brescia last week.
  2. November 20 - November 26

    Danilo Petrovic (-2.5) to beat Jose Statham at 1.83 with 10Bet Not much to bet on in the upcoming week apart from the Davis Cup, but let's try to find some bets here and there. For me, Jose Statham just isn't a serious player. He is sort of there, but he isn't making any progress, so his results are just meh. Danilo Petrovic, on the other hand, has some ambitions - and he is doing his best trying to achieve them. I don't know whether he's going to win this particular match or not, but I do believe that there is some value in backing him on the slight handicap, as he does generally play a level above Statham.
  3. November 13 - November 19

    Well, let's enjoy the finals. 6-0 6-2 Dimitrov again?
  4. November 13 - November 19

    Jack Sock (+2.5) to beat Grigor Dimitrov at 1.86 with Unibet Dimitrov might be the slightly better player of the two overall, but I think that there are several factors speaking against him in this one. First, he's got a bad record against Sock. Second, he's not going to get a day off before this match - and he's scheduled to play in the evening session today. Third, there's a big difference in mental states. Sock is playing freely, this really is just a bonus for him. Meanwhile, Dimitrov was getting tight against Thiem, as there is serious pressure on him to finally succeed somewhere - and that is limiting him quite seriously. My money is on Sock being very competitive.
  5. November 13 - November 19

    Pablo Carreno-Busta (+1.5 sets) to beat Grigor Dimitrov at 2.44 with Pinnacle This has to be some value honestly, as Dimitrov won't have much to play for in this match - and, as we all know, he can be rather lackadaisical in such situations. PCB always tries hard and he'll take a lot of confidence from that performance against Thiem, so I expect him to win a set slightly more often than not.
  6. November 13 - November 19

    J.Sock/A.Zverev - Over 2.5 sets at 2.62 with Paddy Power This isn't a play at 2.20 or so, but it most certainly is at 2.62. First, there isn't a massive difference between the two quality-wise. Second, there will be a lot on the line, so nerves can play a big role for the player that wins the first set.
  7. November 13 - November 19

    Dominic Thiem (-3.5) to beat Pablo Carreno-Busta at 1.80 with Paddy Power The withdrawal of Nadal will allow PCB to play two matches in London, but I reckon that he doesn't have a real chance of making it to the semis given his current form. New players tend to have it tough in this particular tournament and I wonder what PCB has that could allow him to avoid those struggles, since he's really gone missing after the US Open. Thiem is just better.
  8. November 13 - November 19

    Jack Sock to beat Marin Cilic at 2.20 with BetVictor I don't see a reason for having Cilic as the favourite here, it's a 50/50 match at best imo. Firstly, Sock leads the H2H record 2-0, so he's not going to fear this match-up. Secondly, I think that he was actually the better player of the two on Sunday, especially when it came to critical moments.
  9. November 13 - November 19

    Grigor Dimitrov (-2.5) to beat Dominic Thiem at 1.83 with BoyleSports Honestly, Thiem has been dreadful since the end of the clay court season. On top of that, he's also had some injury worries recently, so he might not even be 100% going into the tournament. Dimitrov, on the other hand, has been relatively good recently - and he does have a chance to make it out of the group with everyone else having some worries. With the London courts usually helping aggressive players, this match should be fully on Dimitrov's racquet.
  10. November 6 - November 12

    R.Federer/J.Sock - Over 20.5 games at 2.00 with Paddy Power This wouldn't be a play at 1.80, but I'm going to go for it at 2.00. Sock has nothing to lose here, while Federer has everything to play for, so there could be some nerves and pressure for the Swiss number one. He's very likely to win, but the line is fairly low and Sock has some weapons that he can trouble Federer with, so chances are that the 20.5 line is going to get covered.
  11. November 6 - November 12

    Well, you certainly have a lot to look forward to! When it comes to Zverev/Cilic, both are out-of-form at the moment, but Zverev is a slight fav imo. If you're a fan, I'd say you can't go wrong with a small punt on him. Federer is incredibly likely to win, but the handicap is quite big at 4.5 games. For interest bets, I'd say both doubles underdogs are worth it. Those doubles matches at O2 are almost always coin-flips and there aren't any truly outstanding teams on the tour at the moment, so everyone has a chance. Alternatively, I see that both doubles are priced at 2.25 to go to three sets. I'd be genuinely surprised to see both finish 2-0, so you should be fine as long as you don't bet too much money . If I'd be in for four interest bets, I'd go Zverev 2-1 at 4.35, Sock to win a set at 3.00, and the two doubles Over 2.5 sets at 2.25 each. That said, I'm having an awful year, so there's that .
  12. November 6 - November 12

    Well, that was ugly.
  13. November 6 - November 12

    Y.Maden/P.Gojowczyk - Over 19.5 games at 1.72 with Bet365 No respect for Maden here by the looks of things, but I think this could easily turn into a hard-fought contest. Gojowczyk is the obvious favourite, but Maden has beaten two very strong opponents (De Minaur and Bublik) here already, so he isn't going to give up all that quickly imo.
  14. November 6 - November 12

    Welcome guys and may your stay be a good one! @Rik Yep, that's a big unknown - perhaps he's going to bounce back like Roger and Rafa did, perhaps he's going to retire before them.