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  1. 2017 Off-Season

    To bad Markus Eriksson lost since I had a higher stake on him and lower on Tessah Fitrimo but still ok for the week. Maybe more to come next week since I don't see any value on Tessah in the Nules final because odds on her will be crap.
  2. 2017 Off-Season

    ITF ladies Nules, Spain Tessah Andrianjafitrimo to beat Silvia Soler-Espinosa at 2.20 with bet365 Just a small bet on Tessah for tomorrow. She's 19 and got the talent to break top 200 next season and so far she's won all her matches in Nules in straight sets, while Silvia has been on the downward spiral all of 2017 reaching only one semifinal in Valencia on the ITF tour losing to Irina Bara in her last tournament. As there is a risk that it might be just a matter of time before Silvia reaches her first ITF final in a long time I only place a small bet on Tessah. ITF Qatar F4 Markus Eriksson to beat Roberto Ortega-Olmedo at 2.25 with bet365 Final in this futures tournament between the spanish player Roberto and swede Markus and the only reason I think this might be a good bet is that it is a 50/50 final and the price should not be 2.25 on the swede, more close to 1.83 so therefore I think it's worth it. Fact: Markus no.3 seed ranked 314 career high 314 (2017) and Roberto no.2 seed ranked 311 career high 257 (2014). The mentioned fact tells me that Markus has been on the rise this season and he should be confident of pulling off another win here.
  3. 2017 Off-Season

    Cedrik-Marcel Stebe - Singles ranking as of 26 November 2018 - Under 90.5 at 1.87 with Unibet Cedrik-Marcel is a tricky class player who plays a lot on small margins which makes him so tricky to beat and he's good at that tricky gameplay. On his best days he can challenge top 10 opponents and those best days he showed a lot during 2017 on the challenger tour so I think he will just continue rising the same way as he did in 2017. He could easily be top 50 by the end of the season. Staying around 60-70 in ranking shouldn't be to hard for him as he doesn't defend any ATP points at all almost. He did good results on the challenger tour. Now with his experience he should be able to translate his challenger success to the ATP tour. If injuries doesn't stop him he'll be top 90 or better as of 26 November 2018.
  4. 2017 Off-Season

    Good win for Tessah Fitrimo 7-6 6-1 And a win by Cindy Burger 2 sets to 1 Big loss for Katarzyna but this was the one I hade lower expectations on as it was only a small stake here. My off season bets are coming in thick and fast so let's keep it going that way.
  5. 2017 Off-Season

    And another underdog from Nules... Katarzyna Piter to beat Ulrikke Eikeri at 3.25 with bet365 Katarzyna won in first round 7-6 6-0 while Ulrikke won in 3 sets. The more experienced player is Katarzyna and I think that might take her to another win. Only the difference of 90+ places in ranking seems to have set the odds on Ulrikke as such a big favourite. With a small stake it's worth trying the underdog at this price.
  6. 2017 Off-Season

    Some for tomorrow... ITF ladies Nules, Spain Tessah Andrianjafitrimo to beat Marta Paigina at 2.50 with bet365 Almost the same ranking, one year apart but I think Tessah is the more talented of the two and I'm gonna put some stake on her to win this as she should come out on top. Marta beat Amandine Hesse to get to second round in three sets and that was very good but I think that's where it all ends. Anyway there's no reason to have Tessah as a 2.50 underdog. She acctually won her first round by 6-0 6-3 beating a qualifier so she must be playing well. Cindy Burger to beat Giulia Gatto-Monticone at 2.20 with bet365 Also here we have a similar match where I think Cindy is the more talented of the two. Giulia is 30 years old and has never been top 200 but Cindy was 134 last year and now she's 300+ so I guess it's the ranking that set the odds on this one. Cindy won her first round match over a wild card winning 6-2 6-3 and Giulia won her first round match in 3 sets over the no.7 seed. Anyway I think Cindy is a little bit overpriced here.
  7. 2017 Off-Season

    Yes, 2-1 Markus Eriksson!
  8. 2017 Off-Season

    ITF Qatar F4 Markus Eriksson to beat Aslan Karatsev at 2.50 with bet365 No reason to have Markus as such an underdog here. He's been doing quite well this season while Aslan has been nowhere to be seen. In fact he's dropped like a stone in the rankings and played plain awful all season with one exception, he reached the Quimper challenger quarterfinal losing 7-6 7-6 to Quentin Halys. Well done with that but otherwise he's been crap. Markus is even higher ranked now at 314 v Aslans ranking 750. In Markus I think we have a potential winner here.
  9. La Liga Predictions > Dec 1st - 4th

    I got 2.40 with bet365 on Valencia and I'm all in on that one. Valencia is gonna win.
  10. Premier League Predictions > Dec 2nd & 3rd

    Everton to win without conceeding a goal at 2.87 with bet365 Everton might have another good day in the office and Huddersfield struggles to score in their away games.
  11. 2017 Off-Season

    Soonwoo Kwon 2-0 but Zhizhen Zhang lost after winning first set 6-4 so it didn't go exactly the way I wanted.. More off-season tennis to come!
  12. 2017 Off-Season

    Australian open wild card play-off Soonwoo Kwon to beat (-1.5 sets) Hiroki Moriya at 2.10 with bet365 Soonwoo got a walkover against Vishnu Vardhan and he might have needed some rest for this match. Anyway he will most likely show his talent here and take out Hiroki in straight sets. Not mutch to add apart from the fact that Hiroki is in decline and has been for some time and Soonwoo is the future of southkorean tennis. Zhizhen Zhang to beat Zhe Li at 2.00 with bet365 Zhizhen got through by a walkover just like Soonwoo and he should be too strong for Zhe without mutch fuss. I fully expect a final between Zhizhen and Soonwoo.
  13. 2017 Off-Season

    Brazil F4 Futures Christian Lindell to beat Orlando Luz at 1.80 with bet365 2-0 to Christian head2head v Orlando and he's won both meetings in straight sets without mutch fuss. They last faced in Argentina early this season on hardcourt. Orlando 19 years old and ranked 587 with career high 449 in 2015 and Christian ranked 326 with career high 177 in 2015. Christian is second seed and has beaten two qualifiers to get to the quarters while Orlando is seventh seed and has beaten two non qualifiers without ranking at all to get to the quarters. Formwise Orlando lost last week in Brazil F3 Futures in first round against unknown russian Petr Arkhipov with no ranking and career high 1152. Christian seems to have a bit to high price on him this time. 1.80 is quite good so I got to try it. And btw in this F4 Futures tournament i think I belive in Joao Souza v Christian Lindell in the final. Most logical final since both are superior to all others in this tournament. Edit: Orlando beat Alexandre Tsuchiya who is ranked 1143 so apologiez for wrong info since that player does have a ranking but the other one he beat doesn't.
  14. 2017 Off-Season

    Australian open wild card play-off Zhizhen Zhang to beat Ze Zhang at 2.62 with bet365 Zhizhen has had a good year and he may build on a good momentum from reaching the Shenzhen quarterfinals. A result like a quarterfinal in an ATP tournament is something Ze Zhang also has accomplished once in Beijing 2012 where he acctually beat Richard Gasquet before crashing out in straight sets to Florian Mayer. Otherwise Ze has mostly been bruised and battered in ATP tournaments apart from his 5 wins that he's got under his belt. Never done mutch of notice and winning only one challenger tournament and that was this season. Unfortunately he was unable to build on his challenger winning run for the rest of the season and he's 27 years old and ranked 194 now. Zhizhen who is 21 already has 3 ATP victories and is ranked 338 with career high 335 achieved just recently in november. Zhizhen seems like the bigger talent of the two so I'm going with the younger and more promising player here.