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  1. Have you seen Thiem in any of his matches? I was so focused on Sonego that I was tired after that!
  2. Lorenzo Sonego to beat Hubert Hurkacz at 3.10 with Pinnacle Hurkacz might be the better hard court player of the two, but why Sonego is above 3.00 is beyond me. He's a decent player on all courts and he played well against Lajovic, so I reckon he has a hot against Hurkacz as well. The big man from Poland played well below his standards against Balazs, his serve wasn't piercing at all and he had a surprising number of double faults. Not sure what's happening, he didn't look injured, but I don't think he should be priced as such a huge favorite for tommorow.
  3. I find it bizarre that the WTA wasn't able to organize tournaments for these weeks.
  4. Alexander Bublik to beat Mackenzie McDonald at 1.53 with Bet365 The tournament in Kazakhstan wasn't in the schedule originally if I remember correctly, but it's a great chance for Bublik to shine again. He's done well lately and he's miles above McDonald in most regards. McDonald is there to trouble the heavy-moving guys, as he can out-run them all day long, but Bublik is a serious contender when he's actually trying and one that has all the necessary weapons as well. His drop serves won't work against McDonald though.
  5. Jason Jung to beat Benjamin Bonzi at 2.00 with Bet365 I'll take the hard-working Jung at these odds anytime. Bonzi is way more flashy and that's great at times, it allows him to pull off various upsets, but this isn't the best of match-ups for him and I'd have the odds the other way around at least. Jung seemed to be in fine nick so far.
  6. Zizou Bergs (+5.5) to beat Karen Khachanov at 1.80 with Bet365 Cameron Norrie (+4.5) to beat Milos Raonic at 1.81 with Pinnacle Going for these two tomorrow. I liked Bergs in his first match, he's playing spirited tennis, giving it his all and has a big serve to do damage with. Khachanov was very average last week and, although I expect him to win, the 5.5 games margin looks a touch high to me. I'm also taking Norrie on the handicap line, as I wanted to do the same with Bedene. Norrie has been very kind to me recently and I still think that he's being undervalued by the market. He's
  7. Really not sure what the odds movement was about! Elina Svitolina to beat Maria Sakkari at 1.76 with Unibet Despite the win, I didn't like Sakkari against Pliskova yesterday. She struggled whenever she was on the move and Svitolina will move her around, that's for sure. The loss against Podoroska was disappointing for the Ukrainian, but these conditions should suit her more.
  8. Hm, market moving serious against Norrie, but I have no idea about the reason.
  9. Not arguing against that, though the line is +4.5 and that's not low.
  10. Cameron Norrie to beat Emil Ruusuvuori at 2.00 with local The odds are starting to get released in this range and I don't see why Norrie should be the underdog. He looked very good in Russia last week and Ruusuvuori hasn't had a good win for ages. He is a bit more adapted, but, apart from that, he should be the worse player. At evens, I'm happy to back Norrie in any case, this is the part of the season he was waiting for.
  11. Not good today. Am I the only one thinking Bedene might be worth a shot on the handicap line?
  12. Federico Coria to beat Lloyd Harris at 5.90 with Pinnacle This looks worth taking to me as well, the odds are massive and Pinnacle are a one-set bookie, which could come in handy. Harris had some injury issues back in Cologne and he wasn't exactly sharp today, nearly losing a set against the unknown Zane Khan. Coria is obviously not an indoors specialist, but he's a decent player in his own right and the odds look ridiculous to me no matter how hard I'm trying to justify this sort of favoritism.
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