CzechPunter

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  1. April 16 - April 22

    Yep, all about Cilic I'd say - if he plays reasonably well, he's going to win.
  2. April 16 - April 22

    Marin Cilic to beat Kei Nishikori at 1.84 with Marathonbet Nishikori doesn't seem to be ready yet. He's winning matches, but he's giving his opponents way too many chances and someone as good as Cilic should be able to punish that.
  3. April 16 - April 22

    Well, phew.
  4. April 16 - April 22

    Very good so far from Goffin, virtually no mistakes from the back of the court.
  5. April 16 - April 22

    I don't think you're right about the "one break and the set is lost" in this particular match-up, but I certainly think that you're right about it being a coin toss, maybe RBA is a very tiny favorite for me due to the surface and Goffin's somewhat questionable match fitness. Could easily be a three-setter.
  6. April 16 - April 22

    Quite unfortunate I'd say given how the matches went (especially how Coric didn't win the first set), but what can you do. Not sure what's going to happen tomorrow, did anybody see Thiem-Rublev?
  7. April 16 - April 22

    Borna Coric to beat Novak Djokovic at 3.25 with Bet365 Marco Cecchinato to beat Milos Raonic at 3.50 with Bet365 Daniil Medvedev to beat Kei Nishikori at 3.50 with Bet365 I think that we could definitely see some big upsets in Monte Carlo tomorrow, with Djokovic/Raonic/Nishikori all looking a bit overrated to me at the moment. In the previous round, Raonic didn't seem to be in any condition to play against top opposition on clay, Nishikori won only because Berdych completely (and hilariously) self-destructed, and Djokovic wasn't that great against Lajovic no matter what the scoreline says. All three bets can end like the bet on Oliveira, of course, but I like the odds way too much to let go. One win for a profit, two for a celebration!
  8. April 16 - April 22

    Vesely - Ouahab is apparently off, Vesely too ill to compete.
  9. April 16 - April 22

    Cheers @gabymnk, let's hope that it won't be the only winning one this week!
  10. April 16 - April 22

    So you're saying that he tanked his first ever ATP final in order to be fresh for a R1 Masters match?
  11. April 16 - April 22

    Nobody joining me this week? I'm going for some underdogs tomorrow. Di Wu to beat Vaclav Safranek at 2.10 with Bet365 Safranek has gone from an interesting success story to a guy that's struggling to get wins on any level, so not sure what makes him the favourite against a rather decent home player. Andreas Seppi to beat Kyle Edmund at 2.63 with Marathonbet Andujar showed that decent clay courters can still outplay Edmund in slowish conditions and this match probably comes a tad too soon for Edmund to be 100%. Seppi played a good match against the Brit back in the Australian Open and that was when Edmund was in the best possible form, so I do think that there's value in backing the Italian on Tuesday. Lamine Ouahab to beat Jiri Vesely at 3.12 with Unibet Goncalo Oliveira to beat Gastao Elias at 4.67 with Pinnacle Let's be honest - a Challenger in Tunis is hardly one's dream right now, especially if you are a player that once was doing things on the main level, which Vesely and Elias both were. They are obviously better than Ouahab and Oliveira in terms of raw playing strengths and potentials, but matches in tennis are often decided by who wants it more and I therefore just can't ignore the odds the bookies are giving us for the two guys that should be hungrier. I can see both bets going down in flames, but I'd say that they are worth a shot nonetheless.
  12. April 16 - April 22

    Julien Benneteau (+1.5 sets) to beat Borna Coric at 2.50 with Pinnacle I'm obviously not going to suggest that Benneteau should be the favourite here, but a set will be fully within his range if he plays well imo. Coric was great in Indian Wells, good in Miami, and poor in the Davis Cup, so he's on a bit of a downward spiral after big successes, while Benneteau, who's apparently playing his last season, can swing freely. Interestingly, neither player has a good record in Monte Carlo, with Coric standing at 0-3 at the moment. Stefanos Tsitsipas to beat Denis Shapovalov at 1.96 with Marathonbet Shapovalov crushed Tsitsipas in the Australian Open, but this should be a good opportunity for a revenge. Shapovalov has virtually no experience on European clay, while Tsitsipas has a very good record on that surface - and the two matches he had to win in the qualifiers aren't going to hurt him either.
  13. April 9 - April 15

    Steve Johnson to beat Taylor Fritz at 1.72 with Marathonbet Johnson is playing his heart out trying to defend his title and I do certainly fancy him against Fritz, who's been meeting only out-of-form players so far.
  14. April 9 - April 15

    You're welcome @Shik31! If only more bets were like that!