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Torque

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  1. A side bet I like is for there to be no hole-in-one. There's 1.91 available for this generally, but I'd have it shorter as only one of the par 3's is under 200 yards. I can't see it being like the Masters where the talk was about how many aces there might be.
  2. I'll be on Woods outright at 16's on the exchanges and also McIlroy outright at 14's with Betfred. Tiger's driving is a cause for concern with such a premium on finding the fairway - but he's such a competitor and no mean scrambler as well and given that a single figure under par score is likely to get it done here he really should be in contention at the very least, especially off the back of his remarkable Masters showing. Whether he's able to withstand the physical challenge is another question, but as he hasn't played since the Masters I'm assuming that he arrives here in good shape and able to give it everything for (hopefully) four days. McIlroy obviously ticks a lot of boxes in terms of driving distance and collateral course form at Quail Hollow, but the main reason I like him is that putting isn't likely to be the most important stat on this course and from what I saw of McIlroy at the Masters it was putting that was his major problem. The rest of his game looks fine to me and of course his form this season is good - he did fall away when last in contention the other week but I'll forgive him that as it's just something that happens now and then even to the very best players. I'm also going to tail @BillyHills again and back Fowler as that worked out pretty well at the Masters
  3. Nadal v Tsitsipas another game where the player doing better at saving break points will probably prevail. And that's Tsitsipas (by some distance) leading by a break in the third.
  4. Bet 7. Nadal to beat Tsitsipas @ 1.15 Betfair Sportsbook
  5. Might have spoken to soon but if Djokovic wins the breaker then he'll still have saved 7 out of 10 break points.
  6. Such fine margins sometimes. Djokovic looks as though he'll beat Thiem and all it's really come down to is saving break points - Djokovic 6 out of 8, Thiem 0 out of 3.
  7. That's bullish @four-leaf I wish I was so confident in my picks For the record and regardless of the result I agree that Thiem was the value play. I backed him @ 2.05 so
  8. If Genoa come back to win then I'll lose full stake, if it ends in a draw I'll lose about twenty.
  9. Atalanta score a 2nd immediately. Not quite fully matched so put the remaining amount on them to win @ 1.04
  10. Bet 6. Lay Genoa to beat Atalanta @ 25.00
  11. Thiem won, Halep and Nadal bets still running. New bank 703.90pts