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  1. Sascha Zverev to beat (-4.5 games) Robin Haase at 2.43 with Unibet I don't understand mutch of these odds at all. Robin is a mess and has been all season. I give Sascha a fair chance of covering this handicap.
  2. Sascha Bublik to beat Diego Schwartzman at 1.75 with Coolbet Diego hates grass, it's his worst part of the season and Sascha has his big serve that comes to good use on grass and he came through qualies nicely.
  3. Scott Griekspoor to beat Facundo Mena at 2.33 with Pinnacle No reason to have Scott as an underdog in this match. He's the reigning Blois champion and he often delivers good results at home in Netherlands and in France. Last season he even beat Felix Auger-Aliassime 6-4 6-4 in the final so he can play some very high quality tennis the older brother of Tallon Griekspoor.
  4. Parlay at 16.04 with Unibet Viktoria Kuzmova to beat Maria Sharapova at 1.84 Masha only gets this price that she's got in this match because of her name but she hasn't played a competitive match since she played in St. Petersburg and withdrew from the tournament prior to the quarterfinals. Denis Shapovalov to beat JMDP at 2.60 Denis has beaten JMDP before and now Juan Martin hasn't played on grass yet so it will be his first match and it's a difficult one on paper. Cam Norrie to beat Kevin Anderson at 3.35 Like @CzechPunter I'm on Cam for the upset here since Kev hasn't played a lot of competitive matches this season and Cam has somewhat of an advantage of having played a lot and owns homecourt advantage here.
  5. Denis Shapovalov to beat Juan Martin Del Potro at 2.60 with Unibet Denis should have a decent chance of an upset here. JMDP doesn't scare me at all here.
  6. No come on why? Jordan should save that breakpoint he's facing after the rain delay. Very likely. I think he serves it out in second set to a 7-5 6-3 win. Even though I don't support this good luck anyway!
  7. Fanny Stollar to beat Jil Belen Teichman at 2.68 with Unibet Jil is not only lost on grass with 0 competitive matches on the surface, she's lost in her game completely right now. I went against her when she met A-K Schmiedlova lately in WTA Bol on clay and A-K Schmiedlova dominated that match completely when she downed Jil in straight sets. What I saw from Jil back then was that she hit the ball very bad most of the time, either out/wide or in to the net and A-KS was allowed to hit winners from all kinds of angles. Fanny at least has a few matches on grass while Jil does not and judging by the way Jil's been playing lately this looks like a very good bet. Edit: Fanny also at 2.80 with Betsson
  8. Taking GS as an example is not fair.. If you look at smaller tournaments you can see there's about as mutch surprises in WTA and ATP. Anyways Elias Ymer to beat Corentin Moutet at 2.00 with Betfair I always like Elias in challenger finals. His record is quite awsome in such finals and I'm surprised to see Elias as the underdog here although a small one but he should be the favourite at around 1.70 instead of Corentin at 1.70. Elias is by far one of the best clay challenger players outthere for years now.
  9. Can happen anything in ATP also... Like when Djokovic lost to Kohlschreiber in IW or Miami or when Roger Federer lost to Filipo Volandri in Rome. Many surprises both in ATP and WTA. But writing anything can happen because it's WTA is like saying nothing can happen in any other sport except that the favourite always wins which is not true. So it would be more correct to write it's sports and anything can happen. And I think you're right that Kiki should have to mutch today...
  10. Cristian Garin to beat (+1.5 set) Borna Coric at 1.71 with Pinnacle Borna lacks that offensive firepower to blow Cristian off the court. I can't imagine Cristian not to take a set here because he's played well enough this tournament for that to happen and Borna didn't play great last match when he beat Taylor Fritz. Cristian should have a decent chance for a set here.
  11. Lucas Pouille to beat Jan-Lennard Struff at 2.11 with Pinnacle It's easy for me to pick the frenchman in this one when I look at their head-to-head which reads 3-1 Lucas, all three times Lucas won was in 2017 and the one he lost was 2013 before he reached his higher level of play. The last two times they've met was on grass in Stuttgart and Halle and J-LS lost in 3 after winning first set both times. I consider Lucas level higher than J-LS level ever will be.
  12. This guy Alejandro Gonzalez is truly annoying to watch.. He's really bad on serve. Didn't expect him to be so crap.
  13. Alejandro Gonzalez is looking hopelessly insecure on the court when he's serving, I just have to hope he can win the match anyway from a set down..
  14. He does have some skills Francisco Cerundolo so not strange at all that he's won 4 ITF titles this season.
  15. Alejandro Gonzalez to beat Ji Sung Nam at 2.05 with Betfair I don't rate Ji Sung especially high and Alejandro is acctually a stronger player even though Ji Sung currently has the higher ranking. Odds have been dropping on Alejandro so I decide to jump on this now.