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  1. Yep, way too many bets, but I like all of them honestly. Knowing my 2017 luck though, it could be a total disaster as well . Back Robin Haase (+1.5 sets) to beat Richard Gasquet at 1.87 with 10Bet Haase is having a great season, especially when it comes to matches against the bigger names. He's take a set off Gasquet in Marseille a couple of months ago and he also has a grass-court win over him from 2014, so, given how he played against Thiem, I think he'll have every chance of stealing something from this one. Back Daniil Medvedev (+1.5 sets) to beat Grigor Dimitrov at 1.95 with 10Bet Medvedev might've been ill some time ago, but boy, he really is on fire right now! Dimitrov is no Karlovic and he does seem to be there for the taking nowadays, even Benneteau could've beaten him honestly. In any case, Medvedev should be able to match Dimitrov in most rallies, so I think he'll nick a set more often than not. Back Jay Clarke (+1.5 sets) to beat Marton Fucsovics at 2.47 with Marathonbet Clarke is the real deal, definitely. Hard-working, amazing attitude, has been preparing for this for a while. He got a massive win yesterday and Fucsovics is hardly better than Marchenko, so a set should be fully within his range imo. 50/50.
  2. Bellis is a complete coin-flip as far as I'm concerned, still thinking about the other two. I'll be going for way too many bets in the end probably.
  3. Back Gilles Muller to beat Sam Querrey at 1.73 with Paddy Power Muller is the king of grass at the moment. Absolute dedication, massive fighting spirit, virtually unbreakable. 1.73 against Querrey? That looks alright to me.
  4. Another TB bites the dust, Shapovalov was better than Berdych the entire set as well . Edit: Finally .
  5. Back Jordan Thompson (+3) to beat Sam Querrey at 1.91 with 10Bet Murray wasn't good, but Thompson got him nicely, no choking or anything. A fairly talented lad with quite some potential, certainly enough to cover this line against Querrey, who can be very streaky at times. Norrie couldn't really challenge him for quality-related reasons, but Thompson isn't going to bend over imo. Back Marcus Willis (+3) to beat Sam Groth at 1.77 with 10Bet Willis is a very special case of a player. Futures-level most of the time, but ATP-level when playing on grass in the UK. He beat Ebden in the previous round and Ebden is quite like Groth in that he doesn't have much else than serve, so I fancy the local hero to keep things close. He was really pumped up in the previous round from what I was able to see, lots of fight - and that can get under Groth's skin, as the Australian is rather temperamental. Back Vishnu Vardhan (+3) to beat Edan Leshem at 1.87 with 10Bet I have to admit that I don't know a great deal about Leshem, but I do know something about Vardhan and I don't believe that he's going to go down in flames here. Beating Duckhee Lee is no mean feat, especially since Leshem is yet to record such a result in this very season (his biggest achievement was winning a set against Hanfmann). He didn't really get to play in R1, as his opponent retired after losing the first four games, so who knows how he'll do now that he's made the jump to the Challengers. There's no doubt that Leshem can win this (he did beat Duckhee Lee last year before dropping down to being Futures-level again), but I wouldn't have him at these odds.
  6. @KennyDelight Might be worth a shot, it's tomorrow though I think, still some time to think. Meanwhile, I'll do some crying again . Schiavone was 5-1 up in the tie-break against Pliskova, didn't win .
  7. Willis has to go through the quallies again . Clarke is a good choice, kinda surprised by Norrie and Boulter straight to MD (might've been some qualifying event I don't know about though).
  8. Yep, I think it's a travesty he's allowed to play. He's playing well this year, but there are no guarantees, especially when he's the favourite imo.
  9. Two more, but I'm getting too exposed on Czech players Back Dustin Brown (+1.5 sets) to beat Roberto Bautista-Agut at 1.88 with Sbobet I haven't been impressed with RBA for a while now, got lucky against Vesely in the French Open and arguably also against PCB in Rome before that, now he's losing sets against Berlocq on grass. Can't trust Brown to win the match, but he loves playing against big names on grass and he's got the game to take RBA out of his comfort zone, so I think he's going to win a set here much more often than not. Back Lucie Safarova to beat Naomi Osaka at 1.57 with Skybet Safarova-Cibulkova played a classic in the previous round, so I expect Safarova to go even further. Osaka is just poor - and I'm saying that despite thinking that she had a big 2017 ahead of herself at the start of the year.
  10. Blois was apparently too hot, so those who were losing just retired
  11. Yep, that's me hitting the -300pts mark for the season . Strycova will surely save me though Just about as laughable as Murray , the best world's number one. Btw, does anyone know what happened in Blois? So many withdrawals... Back Denis Shapovalov (+1.5 sets) to beat Tomas Berdych at 2.38 with Unibet It's just about time for Berdych to start losing against all the motivated youngsters like Khachanov or Shapovalov. He could've easily lost against Darcis in the previous round and Shapovalov has three good matches under his belt here, so this could be the upset of the day. Back Francesca Schiavone (+3.5) to beat Kristyna Pliskova at 1.84 with Unibet The difference in attitudes between the two is just amazing and I'm struggling to see how Pliskova beats Schiavone easily. The veteran might be in her last ever season, but she's been on a tremendous run recently and she beat Bouchard nicely in R1, so the handicap should be fully within her reach.
  12. That's four TBs lost in a row for me...good god. All four were 4-4, all four lost. And yeah, Davis was *5-4 *30-15 up in the decider as well.
  13. and yeah, I know its Kristyna, couldn't get it fixed yet
  14. Back Ryan Harrison (+1.5 sets) to beat Grigor Dimitrov at 2.25 with 10Bet Dimitrov didn't look too good against Janowicz last week, couldn't find a good return for two sets really. Harrison should be a tad easier, but he's fresh from winning a Grand Slam title and that must've done wonders for his confidence, so I don't see why he should be odds against to win a set. One lucky break is all it might take here - and I am willing to take that chance at this price. Back Barbora Strycova to win WTA Birmingham at 34.00 with Skybet Strycova is due a good run somewhere and she's made it to the finals in Birmingham twice already, so why not? The WTA is a completely crap shoot and she might lose in R1 for all I know, but the price is just too juicy imo, especially with so many doubts about all the big favourites like Konta and Kvitova. Wouldn't recommend going for the each-way though, I think it's better to wait for potential cashouts somewhere along the way instead of investing too much straight away (especially since she could lose early on).