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nanishka

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  1. I like a quite few for today. 😉 N Djokovic vs U Humbert, over 27.5 games@1.952 with Pinnacle I already had a similar bet vs Hurkacz and Ugo had shown much more in first week. Ugo is serving very well but has a solid ground strokes also. I expect at least 3 close sets, however even 2 are more than enough to win this bet. E Svitolina vs P Martic, Elina @1.884 with Pinnacle Although Petra is in great form, I rate Elina much more. She has enough experience for the last rounds of tournaments compared to her rival. If Petra don't choke like in RG vs Vondruseva, maybe she could take this, but at this price I am more than happy to take it. S Williams vs CSN, over 19games @2.0 with Pinnacle I would not bet that is time for Serena to pack her bags, however I do expect that she will be on a test with the Spaniard. Serena is not playing anything special except her big serve (and her name), the things Georges couldn't past through. CSN is yet to take a set from Serena, however last encounter was 4y ago. Even with 1 set on a difference, this bet should be spot on.
  2. M Berretini vs D Schwartzman, Diego +4.5 games @2.09 with Pinnacle I don't see Matteo as such a big favorite here. Diego is no mug and had a great run on a grass surface this season. Although the Italian had almost a perfect run also, I think the odds on him are overrated. One set from Diego should be enough to cover the line. The last encounter won the Argentinian in straight sets this year.
  3. "A little" bit of luck with Goffin bet, but I will gladly take the both wins today... 🍺
  4. Novak Djokovic vs H Hurkacz, over 27.5 games, @1.917 with Pinnacle Novak never enjoyed playing vs. tall players with big serve, I expect less break points than vs. Kudla. Also, the Serb is not fully focused in the first week of the Slams. I'm not sure that Hubert will snitch a set however, fully expect for him to cover the not so high line. D. Medvedev vs D. Goffin, Goffin @1.909 with Pinnacle I really rate Goffin on grass surface more than Medvedev, as also stated here, his movement doesn't look good at this surface. Goffin had a brilliant grass season so far, losing only from Federer in Halle and Mannarino. Also, the odds movement suggest me that it is a good bet (odds have dropped on David from 2.2 to 1.9 at Bet365). Let's go! 👍 P. S. Personally, I see value also with Kachanov and Fabianno today...
  5. Sam Querrey vs Dusan Lajovic, Dusan +2.5games @2.2 Bet365 Great price on games handicap on Dusan IMO. Sam played the first match in Eastbourne after April (Houston), so really don't rate him as so big favorite. Dusan played nice matches in FO, after loosing 3:2 from Zverev A. Although this is grass surface, and is definitely more suitable for Sam, the Serb could lose 76 76 and still the bet would be good. Their last encounter was stopped at 2:2 in sets in AO'16 with Sam retired after fourth set. At this price, I would gladly take this bet.
  6. K. Flipkens to beat C. Wozniacki, Pinnacle @2.62 I am going against mine favourite female tennis player, all because of the injuries (back and left leg). Otherwise, I would be backing Caro at any time vs Kirsten. I expect that even if Caro win the first set, Flipkens eventually win due to lack of matches (and wins) from the Dane. 🍺
  7. Miomir Kecmanovic to beat Jaume Munar, Pinnacle @1.709 I was really not impressed with Jaume's game in previous matches with Borna and Fucscovics. The Spaniard is yet to record a first win on grass surface. This is also not the Serb's best surface, however I rate him as a better player and hot prospect in the future. Miomir also recorded a win vs Kohli in Stuttgart on grass, 2 weeks ago, so I will follow him today in Antaliya. 👍
  8. Very bad start yesterday (Anisimova), however I will try to make amends today 😁 Sam Stosur vs. Magda Linette (Eastbourne qualifications), Sam@1.826 Pinnacle. Magda has an almost perfect run on grass surface this year, 7:1, but I think that Aussies power-strokes would be too much for the Polish girl. Sam has already beaten Iga quite comfortably yesterday and has a positive h2h score with Magda (2:0 Wimbledon 2016). Cheers, 🍺
  9. Yep! 😂 I will try to add some benefit to the party... Hopefully, there will be some winning punts by my side! 🍺
  10. Bencic - Anisimova, Anisimova@2.15 local Bookie. Anisimova in great form w/ only 2 defeats out of previous 10 matches (Bertens and Barty). Bencic droping lots of sets in previous matches and had long 2 matches in Mallorca. I will go with new US prospect with 6/10 confidence. Cheers and sorry for posting so close to match start.
  11. Hey Lads, Long time member, first time writing... OK, last round of Adriatic League with big decisive game for the battle for 2nd place (first place reserved for Crvena Zvezda). Just to emphasize why is important to capture this 2nd place: the finalists of Adriatic League are automatically qualified for the next season Euroleague which brings another dimension for participants budget and the course of the next few seasons...Now, in Podgorica (Montenegro), will be played played last round with both hosts Buducnost and Partizan are 18-7 and the winner will be taking second place and home court advantage in semifinals (semifinals are played up to 3 wins, 2:2:1 format). More than to be the winner, nobody wants to lose this game as defeated team will take 4th place and schedule a semifinal clash with Crvena Zvezda (24-2) and by far the best team in Region for this year (they entered in Top 16 of Euroleague this year). Cedevita will probably take 3rd place by beating Solnok in Hungary. Now to the game. Buducnost beat Partizan in Belgrade in 13th round 61:72 but don't be fooled with this one, it was mid-season with Partizan in very bad form (the best player Aleksandar Pavlovic have been just signed and searching form). Since, they've managed 12-0 run and more important, signed American playmaker Akognon Joshua, who proved to be good signing from very first game. Now, Pavlovic got into fight with the main coach of Partizan, Dusko Vujisevic, and this could cause many problems for Partizan Belgrade but latest announcements are that he will play at this game. Starting 5 for Buducnost: Omar Cook, Paunic, Sehovic, Planinic, Savovic are just not good as Partizan's starting 5: Akognon, Milosavljevic, Pavlovic, Macvan, Milutinov and IMO only playmakers are at the same level. All tickets are "sold" (there were no tickets in public sale), but somehow, there will be many Partizan fans based in Montenegro. I expect tough game, a lot of interfering in judges decisions, many technical fauls and hot atmosphere. Big game, HUGE stake in line, with Partizan Belgrade experience prevails at this one. Buducnost Podgorica - Partizan Belgrade - AWAY WIN (+1.5 odds 1.95) BET365 7/10 Game is at 7pm, Sunday 22 March. Good Luck!