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four-leaf last won the day on February 17

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  1. Why would I be careful with that one? Pablo had never reached Buenos Aires semis anyway and he wasn't disapointing, his best result there was quarterfinal once and now he's reached quarterfinal twice there. He still has a 2-0 record on clay over Diego so I don't think Diego will beat him and there's nothing to worry about.
  2. Juan Ignacio Londero to beat (-1.5 sets) Elias Ymer at 2.25 with bet365 So the odds are up and it's decent, Juan at 2.25 for his straight sets win. There's probably better somewhere.
  3. Aljaz Bedene to beat Marco Cecchinato at 2.32 with Unibet As mentioned in the previous post it's 5-0 for Aljaz in this matchup and he's outclassed him with 10-0 in sets and only once it's been close with a tie-break. Marco being happy having won the title in Buenos Aires will not have a chance in this match again most likely. I think Marco is satisfied with last week and won't come strong here.
  4. Pablo Cuevas to win Rio open each way at 17.00 with bet365 Pablo has won Rio open once before and if he knocks out Diego in round 1 he's pretty mutch set for the semifinal since there's only Albert Ramos or Fed Delbonis who really can stop him but none of those two have any form to speak of. In the semi there can only be one of five players I think he could face and it's Fabio Fog, Dusan Lajovic, Max Marterer, Leo Mayer or Jaume Munar and he's had some problems with Leo before but Max he's up 1-0 on and Dusan he beat in AO 2019 3-0 and Jaume he's never faced but should still beat. Fabio is in bad form but might start picking up from somewhere but I think Pablo can beat him this year as he's in better form now. I don't think he will face Marco Cecchinato in the final since he's 0-5 versus Aljaz Bedene and has never taken a set off him. He could face Dominic Thiem in the final though and I expect Dom to reach the final and if Pablo reaches the final it's 50/50 if he faces Dom. And that's my view of a possible winner of Rio open 2019.
  5. Pablo Cuevas to beat (-1.5 sets) Diego Schwartzman at 3.25 with bet365 Pablo is winning his matches in straight sets right now and has reached one semifinal and one quarter the last two weeks. This match might be a trickier first round for him than previous first rounds but he can still win this in two because he has a very high level of play now and it could work for him again. But this bet is risky because it's acctually a pretty good player on the other side of the net this time that Pablo faces but I think it's possible for Pablo to win in two. He usually comes strong in Rio, has a good record there and should have his chances on Diegos serve and he has beaten Diego in Brazil before although in a decider but he also has beaten Diego in straights 7-6 6-4 in Hamburg 2015. In ATP tour maindraw it's 2-0 Pablo on clay and he could be the better player again. Small stake on this mainbet. For safety: Pablo Cuevas to win at 1.83 with bet365
  6. Filip Krajinovic to beat (-2.5) Hubert Hurkacz at 1.81 with Unibet Have to take advantage of Huberts poor form. Filip is in better form so he should take it by minimum 4-5 games. I don't see Hubert lasting for 2 tie-breaks. Juan Ignacio Londero to beat (-1.5 sets) Elias Ymer at ? with ? No booke or odds yet on this one but JIL is completely out of Elias league. No chance for Elias to win this match and he will even lose in two. With the form JIL is in and the head to head from Båstad last season where JIL won 6-1 6-4 this is going to be a letdown for Elias again. And Elias never had it easy on the ATP tour maindraws, from what I can remember he never has reached a quarterfinal and often goes out in first round. He had some problems in qualies last week when he faced Marcelo Arevalo and those problems will just increase this time.
  7. You were right, she was due a let down and it came. She hasn't lost yet but I'm counting on Garbine to hold serve to win the match.
  8. I think Magda Frech is too lightweight to beat Dasha Kasatkina and not an underdog worth a shot.
  9. No they start first round Sunday in WTA Dubai if you mean that tournament.
  10. I think she can seek revenge any time she wants but beating Dayana is a tall order when she has controll of rallies time after time in that matchup. Saw her last season when she beat Garbine and this season beating Garbine in Hua-Hin so no Dayana is a monster and will soon be top 20. Unless Dayanas level has gone down considerably since Hua-Hin she wont lose to Garbine. It's just unlucky for Garbine that she faces one of the best rising players right now. On clay I'd give Garbine a chance in this matchup but not on hardcourt, Dayana is just too confident on the surface. Garbine has reached the semis twice in Dubai but only because she had some poor opponents and that is not what Dayana is. If she wants to beat Dayana she'll have to rise her level considerably or like I said Dayanas level has to go down and I don't see either thing happening.
  11. I think no, Marco isn't big enough underdog to be worth the effort. The odds are just about right.
  12. Sam Querrey isn't on any kind of level nowadays to be considered such a big fav as he was to beat Brayden Schnur. Should have taken Brayden there but went for the games overbet which came in anyway but at lower odds.
  13. Dayana Yastremska to beat Garbine Muguruza at 1.71 with Unibet Dayana should honestly be a bigger fav in this matchup but her ranking is still lower so odds thereafter.
  14. Dayana is still the underdog in this matchup because of her lower ranking. The oddsmakers doesn't seem to understand that Dayana is 18 years old and a big talent on the rise. So rediculous to set the odds by the rankings.