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  1. I didn't see any of his matches, but I did see RBA and he was quite poor, so he should win I guess. Not sure if there's value in the odds though.
  2. I'm not sure, honestly. My bet was not so much on Vekic as it was against Stephens.
  3. Well that's what I was saying, a good week.
  4. As Mr. Nadal would say: "Good week, no?".
  5. Nikoloz Basilashvili to beat Ugo Humbert at 1.61 with Unibet Basilashvili a bit underrated once again I feel. The guy is seriously good, had a great match in the first round, and the only things that speak for Humbert are his youth and home conditions. He's got some serious talent, alright, but Nikoloz should be 1.40 here imo.
  6. Mandy Minella to beat Priscilla Hon at 1.73 with William Hill I understand why some might not exactly fancy Minella in this particular spot, but the odds look good enough to me given how I don't rate Hon at all. She's had plenty of chances to move to the next level, but she's missed them all and I don't see how this is supposed to be any different. Minella hasn't lost many matches against opponents this beatable in this season and this should be a win much more often than not imo.
  7. Vekic delivered, good. Alexandra Krunic to beat Christina McHale at 1.74 with Unibet Going with Krunic again for nearly the same reasons as when I backed her against Goljubic. McHale has been quite poor all year long, while Krunic has now broken the bad streak and has some truly competitive form + good memories from previous Asian tours.
  8. Well, these last days are killing me, but I suppose that a bad run had to come at some point.
  9. Mihail Youzhny to beat Mirza Basic at 1.91 with Ladbrokes Donna Vekic to beat Sloane Stephens at 3.00 with Ladbrokes Belinda Bencic to beat Garbine Muguruza at 3.00 with Paddy Power Alexandra Krunic (-3.5) to beat Viktorija Golubic at 1.90 with Bet365 Daria Gavrilova (-3.5) to beat Kristyna Pliskova at 1.98 with Pinnacle Going for quite a few bets in the first round, let's see what happens. Mirza Basic was as dreadful as expected against Nishioka, so I'm going to go against him once again. I also didn't like Pliskova and Golubic last week, while Krunic and Gavrilova had many good results in Asia in the past and have the form books to win these matches as well. And now the underdogs - Sloane Stephens had a truly dreadful Asian run after a good US Open and I wouldn't be surprised to see something similar again with her not being too interested after a good season. Vekic isn't a bad player by any stretch of imagination and she's beaten Sloane before. Meanwhile, Muguruza has been rather poor in recent times, her performance against Muchova in the US Open was just lifeless, for example, while Bencic is keen on playing after yet another injury break. At 3.00, I'm willing to give both Vekic and Bencic a shot.
  10. Can't believe I got one right!
  11. Yoshihito Nishioka to beat Mirza Basic at 1.58 with Unibet Basic is in such a dreadful form at the moment that I just cannot trust him against someone as proven as Nishioka, who is also going to have the home conditions on his side. There shouldn't be much pressure on him either, as Daniel is expected to win the first tie comfortably, and he has a decent Davis Cup record as well (you have to ignore the tie against France in which he was both injured and seriously outclassed).
  12. Kozlova was pretty close, oh well. Now waiting for the Davis Cup.
  13. Kateryna Kozlova to beat Zarina Diyas at 4.41 with Pinnacle Not a good start to the week, shame about Rodina especially. That said, I'm not giving up just yet and this looks like value to me regardless of what the final result is going to be, just on principle. The two played a three-setter in Chicago just a while ago before starting their weeks with easy wins, not sure what makes Kozlova a 4.41 shot honestly, she's always been one of those players that are capable of springing a big win out of nowhere. Something like 3.00 would look fair to me.
  14. Gabriela Dabrowski (-2.5) to beat Leylah Annie Fernandez at 1.80 with BoyleSports One additional bet for me in Quebec. Leylah Annie Fernandez might have some promise for the future, but that doesn't change the fact that her best result to this day is that she pushed Boulter to three sets in Montreal some time ago. Dabrowski has made it through the qualifiers and she is going to try hard given that this is a local derby of sorts, so her experience and skills should prevail. The clincher for me is that Dabrowski is one of those players that don't have a particularly clean style, which is something that usually works well against inexperienced players.
  15. Evgeniya Rodina to beat Georgina Garcia-Perez at 2.10 with William Hill I'm not sure what makes Garcia-Perez the favourite here. She has a good indoors game, but so does Rodina and I'm not sure how wise it was for Garcia-Perez to travel to Zagreb and back, especially since the ITF event there was played on clay. Rodina's recent form looks poor, but all those defeats came against stronger opposition than this one. Lucie Safarova (-3.5) to beat Ons Jabeur at 1.80 with BoyleSports Safarova might be about to quit tennis at the end of the year, but it's clear that she still has what it takes to compete on almost the top level and her game should certainly be better for the conditions than Jabeur's. She's also the former winner here and has the form book on her side as well.