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CzechPunter

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  1. What a result...let's hope that Fernandez did it out of respect!
  2. I agree, she could even win the entire event with a little bit of luck, she certainly has the skills.
  3. Just for quick access...https://www.atptour.com/-/media/files/2022-atp-challenger-calendar-as-of-11-26-2022-1.pdf?sc=0&hash=D29B1287A15527B253F5036B849BB022
  4. Excellent from the Canadians, not even dropping a set today!
  5. In the end, it's Canada against the Aussies...won't be easy for the Canadians physically.
  6. Well, that was something from Italy - Tiafoe let the USA down big time, though!
  7. Well, and you have just one country hosting the event now! I remember Israel having a particularly bad reputation when hosting Fed Cup matches.
  8. Looking at how today went, I feel quite confident about the USA taking the win tomorrow, though the odds are rather short. Should be closed out in the singles, hopefully.
  9. I'm pretty much the same as you guys, though the home conditions could do it for the Spaniards, Coric can be a bit of a headcase still. Canada and the USA look the best to me overall, with the USA being a bit more balanced and perhaps having more team chemistry as well.
  10. Well, he has certainly improved tremendously, and he wasn't lacking in the mental fortitude department against FAA. The conditions suit him here as well, and, if he keeps his first serve percentage high throughout the match, he certainly has a chance. Is meeting Djokovic different than meeting this version of Nadal or FAA? Yeah, unfortunately, I'd say it is. Let's see what the bookies throw us in terms of odds/handicaps.
  11. Great effort from Stefanos there! Might be worth a bet against Rublev.
  12. Don't see anything for today, honestly. Tomorrow's odds also don't look all that appealing, especially for the Ruud/Nadal encounter.
  13. Felix Auger Aliassime to beat Rafael Nadal at 1.67 with William Hill Nadal is just running on fumes at this point, he'll need to get a long off-season break and return for the Australian Open. It's no wonder given his personal life, and I'm not even sure why he's playing here, honestly.
  14. The ATP Finals also begin tomorrow, and I guess the most interesting question of the early rounds is how well or poorly Nadal will do. He's actually around 1.80 against Fritz, I don't even remember when he was a price like that against an opponent like that. And, well, I'm actually thinking about backing Fritz, the only thing I'm worried about is his loss against Simon. He seems to be fitter than Nadal, however, who would've though that?
  15. They're saying about 6 weeks, so he should just about make it, but probably without much training/match practice.
  16. Managed to watch a bit of NextGen yesterday and I still hope this format won't catch on. Like, it's supposed to be more thrilling and exciting, but it doesn't seem to be in practice. Does anyone here actually like it?
  17. So, we have the NextGen Finals, the BJK Cup, and Challengers on the cards this week. Good luck if you're getting involved! Emilio Nava to beat Tennys Sandgren at 1.60 with BetVictor Sandgren has been taking things pretty conservatively this season, not even playing that much, while Nava is firmly on the up and eyeing a spot in the top 100 next year. He crushed Sandgren 6-3 6-4 back in May, and could very well do the same here.
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