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  1. Taking Mannarino to beat Lestienne at 2.20 with Coolbet Fatigue might come in play for Lestienne since he's travelled far from San Diego.
  2. @Swiss Maestro don't forget that Carlitos is yet to lose a fast court final. He's lost finals on clay but one of the wins on clay was on the faster claycourt in Madrid.
  3. I've just started to look things over but I did manage to get a stake on Chun Hsin before he broke serve in first set. O'Connell later retired.
  4. Stan is injury prone and 37 years old. Quite close to retirement like Fedal.
  5. James Duckworth to beat Marcus Giron at 2.62 with Unibet If there's gonna be an upset in San Diego quarters it's gonna be this one. Don't rate Giron as the better player here because you're probably doing a mistake then. James may be lower ranked atm but he's done a good job in San Diego. Giron to me doesn't fill the boots of being the fav.
  6. Mikael Ymer to beat Stan at 2.03 with Unibet No idea how Stan beat Meddy but I guess Meddy doesn't have his best year this season. So 12 df by Meddy? No wonder he lost to Stan who's way past his prime. Good chance for Mike to get to another semifinal and improve his ranking by 27+ spots. He could go from 100 to 63 if he beats Stan which is a good chance he will.
  7. Trying the following acca tonight. Barrere to beat Otte at 1.81 Barrere has a 2-0 head to head advantage and has beaten Otte indoors before in France and he was pretty good in the qualies. Otte hasn't got much of a form since being so successful on grass this summer. Gasquet to beat Thiem at 1.83 Thiem is still so far away from his best you could start to wonder if he ever will get back to top 50 even. He's not there at all while Richard still has the skills indoors. He's beaten Thiem twice indoors before and Thiem really is not a great example of someone you can rely on at an indoor hardcourt. Total odds: 3.31 at Coolbet
  8. Isn't so surprising judging by the way Badosa has been these last months which is not very encouraging and Qinwen is a decent player on the rise.
  9. @Swiss Maestro apparently he said so but I think the era of Nadal/Djokovic is coming to an end soon.. Murray and Federer are already gone. Highly doubtful that Nole even gets past the borders of Australia next year.
  10. Xinyu Wang to beat Ellen Perez in-play at 3.20 with Unibet Set 3, Perez 3-2 with a break.
  11. Su Jeong Jang to beat Lin Zhu at 2.40 with Unibet It's WTA Seoul and I'm backing the South Korean Jang. Su hasn't played on hard for awhile but she's at home and have beaten Zhu 3 times in 4 tries and the first was a route 2013 Incheon - South Korea and the last won something similar where Su won 2-0 and they've met all times on hard court. Lin Zhus ranking is lying a bit, she's up to 69 right now but still hasn't played very well this season but had a few easy tournament wins on ITF level. Her last made her jump 20 spots and after that 7 spots for being knocked out in qualies round 2 of USO. I'm not impressed by Zhu. Su is the value pick and she's got some decent form as well.
  12. But his best surface is hard according to his results and himself. Grass is where I don't think to highly of him.
  13. Carlitos yesterday lost against just one of the mentioned players by @Swiss Maestro in Davis Cup indoors in Spain but it was bound to be a tough match after he came from New york just days after his biggest achievement so far.
  14. It's a shame Alcaraz can be beaten by all kinds of players in the AO but is there even some chance of him winning the tournament is the question? Can he be the first dominant world no.1 since Djokovic/Federer? In the early years Federer didn't have Djokovic to battle against so he kind of took advantage of what he could with Nadal only able to beat him in Roland Garros which made Federer being able to continue stay as no.1 for years.
  15. And what is your point here about my acca with Carlitos and Schwiontek to win AO23?
  16. Federer was not as good as Alcaraz at 19 years old. For Federer it took until he was 20 to win his first title.
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