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  1. Btw, I don't know what this means, but I guess that you shouldn't be backing Williams to win the tournament .
  2. Alright, going for a couple already and wishing everyone good luck . Diane Parry to beat Vera Lapko at 5.10 with Unibet Unibet have a 1st set rule for retirements and great odds for this, so I'm going to bite. I've been watching Parry recently and she's not bad at all, she can certainly play well in France and I'm sure that she's going to play her heart out here. Obviously, there's a massive quality gap between the two and Lapko should be able to win this 6-2 6-2 or so on that basis, but she's been pretty poor so far this season and even retired last time out, so I don't really trust her. She's certainly not a player that you should be adding to your first round accas for various reasons and I'm even willing to go against her at massive odds. Barbora Strycova to beat Samantha Stosur at 1.60 with Pinnacle Stosur has been falling away from the top for quite a few years now and the return to clay hasn't really helped her either, she was really poor last time out and I can't even remember seeing her play well. Strycova can have her bad days, of course, but she's been doing much better than Stosur recently and the fact that this isn't reflected all that much in her W/L ratio is down to some bad draws imo. J.Tipsarevic/G.Dimitrov - Over 3.5 sets at 1.90 with Betsson Although I don't really see Dimitrov failing yet again, Tipsarevic should be able to hit freely and get something. Both guys are the types to get stuck into some sort of a dogfight with plenty of nerves and momentum shifts, so I like the odds for this going on for at least a little while.
  3. Draws happening right now, should be available here in a while. Men's - Women's -
  4. Yeah, looks like I'm just going to wait for the big one. A really poor clay court season so far for me results-wise, too bad you can't have the Aussie Open five times a year.
  5. Shilin Xu (+1.5 sets) to beat Aliona Bolsova Zadoinov at 2.23 with Sbobet Shilin Xu is a legitimate up-and-coming player in my opinion and she produced a brilliant performance against Vogele in the first round, so I think that there is value in backing her here in some form as well. I don't know why, but Chinese players tend to be really prepared for GS quallies, I noticed that last year and this season seems to be similar in some respects. Anyway, I was expecting something like 1.80 for this.
  6. Alright, taking that back about Siniakova, just a poor start, which is unfortunate . I was right about Gasquet by the looks of things, but he just withdrew instead of playing it out. A bit sickened by all those recent bad beats like this, Smith, etc.
  7. We might've been hard done by the rain in Siniakova-Minella @four-leaf, but we're never going to know for sure .
  8. Taylor Fritz to beat Richard Gasquet at 1.73 with Ladbrokes Gasquet doesn't look healthy at all to me, big issues against Janvier as well, while Fritz has been out-playing strong opposition on clay recently. You obviously don't know the motivations of the players right before the French Open, but Gasquet probably can't risk anything fitness-wise if he wants to show up at RG.
  9. He's actually number three in the Race to London that counts only this year's results. If he stays healthy, he should make it.
  10. Paolo Lorenzi to beat Enzo Couacaud at 1.50 with Pinnacle The only qualifiers bets that I like so far. Lorenzi has been fairly consistent all season long and has all the experience in the world, while Enzo has only beaten GGL really. A good result, but not one that'd make me fancy him here.
  11. Nadal out to prove us wrong . Edit: Peak Nadal wouldn't have lost the second obviously.
  12. Since @DrO so kindly asked - I don't think that there's any value in the match of the day. Nadal is finally in a clay finals, but Djokovic has been the better player by far so far in the clay court season and I'm not getting the right vibes from Nadal right now. He's clearly not in a great shape fitness-wise and Djokovic is going to push him much more than any of the other guys so far. Had the Serb not played two long back-to-back matches, I'd be on him at the current odds. But he has - and he had to run a lot against both Diego and Juan Martin, quite late on both days as well, that might be a factor if this goes to the third set, which it very well might. If I was absolutely pushed to post a bet, I'd back Djokovic to win a set.
  13. Katerina Siniakova (-3.5) to beat Mandy Minella at 1.82 with Pinnacle This looks like a match that Siniakova should finally be able to win and win well at that. Her form might not be as good as Minella's, but she's been competing against tougher opponents and this is a decent step down from the likes of Kasatkina, Bertens, or Strycova. Siniakova reached the SFs here last time out and I wouldn't be surprised by a repeat of that.
  14. 8 bets for me, pretty even as things stand right now I'd say. Norrie, Thiem, Kontaveit, and Vondrousova should be making it. Jakupovic and Boulter will need a breakthrough. Schwartzman and Nishioka both have a chance.
  15. You certainly can, no need for me to approve such things.