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  1. February 19 - February 25

    5pts C. Garcia to beat E.Makarova 3/5 Betfair 2.5pts C. Garcia to win 2-0 7/5 888Sport Garcia is in such good form right now. She is serving really well. If you look at her last few tournaments she has only lost to players such as Muguruza, Keys, Cornet, Halep etc etc Makarova beat her back in 2013 and 2014 but the last meeting, last year, Garcia won in straight sets 7-6 6-4 and although I expect it to be quite a tight match, I reckon we could see a similar kind of scoreline.
  2. February 19 - February 25

    Cheers for the heads up. Yeah, it's more a lay of Ostapenko then a pro-Vesnina bet. Fingers crossed.
  3. February 19 - February 25

    4pts E.Vesnina to beat J.Ostapenko 11/8 Bet365 1pt E.Vesnina to win 2-0 3/1 Ladbrokes It feels like Ostapenko is just on a big strop at the moment. Maybe her major win came too soon but she seems to be struggling at the moment and doesn't have the attitude and concentration to get back into her groove. The "unknown" factor has gone and she has to work harder to hit the lines. Vesnina has the experience on her side here and has points to protect and I fancy her to win this one. I'm also taking a punt on the 2-0 victory based soley on Ostapenko's attitude when she's down.
  4. World Grand Prix

    We're flying through mates now. 9 matches today and we'll be halfway through the last 16 by the end of the day. We've seen some good performances this week and some bloody terrible ones. Allen, Trump, Yupeng, some really bad performances although Allen looked good until 3-0. I'm pleased to see Maguire looking good, and also Murphy. Both play again tonight and both have great chances of playing eachother in the Last 16. I will leave alone the majority of the players who have not yet played. Much like Allen, Trump and Co it's hard to know how they're playing. Bingham will have alot of determination to do well this week and I have Williams on the outright so that will be left to ride. 5pts K.Wilson (-1.5 frames) to beat M.Joyce 11/10 Coral I do see Wilson doing well here. Head-to-head these two have never met. Wilson has had a good year so far and has played alot of Snooker. He got to the semi-final of group 2 in the champs league and then won group 3 and then ofcourse got to the final of the Masters losing out 10-7 to Allen. So he is in form. Mark Joyce has had a decent year, but you would say he hasn't beaten any players in the upper region of the rankings and although he got to the last 16 of the German Masters, the highest ranking player he beat was David Gilbert. 5pts J.Perry to beat M.White 4/5 Paddy Power Although I think White played decent enough against Trump, I feel like Trump gave that match away more than White won it convincingly. Perry will be a different kind of match because he wont go for wild shots and throw frames away he will grind him down and wait for mistakes.
  5. World Grand Prix

    Yupeng has been shocking
  6. February 19 - February 25

    Am I missing something on the Marterer Vs Simon tie? Simon winning the h2h (although on Clay) and all the form of Marterer is on the challenger circuit. We're IN france and Simon is the better player yet he is near evens in some places?
  7. February 19 - February 25

    5.5pts A.Kerber -4.5 games to beat B.Stycova 8/11 Skybet Kerber has beaten Strycova on the hard courts 5 in 5 and has won every match in straight sets. Back in the day when Kerber was at her best she would win this tie giving away no more than a couple of games, but recently in 2016 it has been closer sets. I would say Kerber over the last year or so has really stepped her game back up and now looks like her former self again. This year she has won Sydney and got to the Semi-Finals of the Australian Open (in which she should have made the final) She's only lost this year to Wozniacki + Halep the world number 1 and 2. Kerber will win this tie, but it's if she can win with plenty to hand. Perhaps one of these sets could be a tie-breaker, but I think either way the 2nd set will open up and Kerber will pull away.
  8. World Grand Prix

    A good evening of snooker yesterday. Today we have 8 matches to look at. The first session at 1pm I will leave alone. Maguire I want to see play before I can bet on him and we have the outright on him if he turns up. Li Hang is a really good player, and that match can go either way so alot depends on Maguire in that. Similarly, Allen after a recent event win hasn't looked as mentally on it and could face problems with an excellent Guodong. One I do like is Yupeng to beat McGill. Yupeng is another exciting young player and really should have won that Scottish Open event against Robertson. That kind of final (Yupeng lead 8-4) is one that will make him stronger and will help him when he feels the nerves. I fancy him to beat McGill who has no real form atall going out in early rounds to rather average players for today's standards. 5pts C.Yupeng to beat A.McGill 6/5 Stan James
  9. February 19 - February 25

    Saying that, it looks like she has pulled out.
  10. February 19 - February 25

    Was very frustrating. I couldn't find a stream but he had so many break points and took little of them in the first couple sets. 2nd set 15-40 2 points to be serving to win the 2nd 6-2 and next thing you know he is match points down but sure enough, mixture of good play and mental weakness of Kukushkin. Happens alot with him these type of matches. Fine lines. What do you reckon on Kvitova losing tomorrow? She looked so tired in the event she won last week, alot of 3 set come backs and now she has a fresh Kontaveit. Could be interesting.
  11. World Grand Prix

    Make me.
  12. World Grand Prix

    4 matches tonight and a few dodgy ones I think, so I won't be taking anything too clever. Georgiou will be full of confidence and Brecel is very up and down so I can't take anything there. Similarly, Day has a good record here but his form is poor. Lisowski, again is too up and down recently for me. So I will stick with Ronnie on a handicap. He has a very good h2h against Milkins and the 19/20 offered on a -2.5 handicap looks a decent price in all honesty. In fact, if you take away the shootout win for Milkins (as this is a bingo event) then in frames O'Sullivan leads Milkins 44-6!!! 5pts R. O'Sullivan -2.5 to beat R.Milkins 19/20 Coral
  13. February 19 - February 25

    5.5pts D.Dzumhur -3.5 games to beat M.Kukushkin 10/11 Paddy Power I watched Dzumhur against Rublev, when he lost 2-0 in sets but despite losing in straight sets he looked good. He only lost the second on a tie-breaker and won the last tie between these two in 2016. I was tempted by the 2-0 victory here but Kukushkin seems to get the odd set against better players and then tends to fade so the games seems the better choice.
  14. World Grand Prix

    Grand Prix gets underway tonight at 7.30pm. 4 matches tonight including Ronnie Vs Milkins. Gould vs Bingtao, Day Vs Lisowski and the shootout winner Georgiou vs Brecel. 2pts E/W S.Murphy to win Grand Prix 18/1 Boylesports 2pts E/W M.Williams to win Grand Prix 14/1 Skybet 0.5tps E/W S.Maguire to win Grand Prix 50/1 Bet365 I will be taking one from the top and one from the bottom half of the draw, but also taking Maguire at 50s as that price is ridiculous. Murphy always seems to do quite well in this event, winning it in 2016 and getting to the Quarters last year also. He is in the hardest half of the draw but has the quality to beat anyone on his day and is solid most of the time. Williams in the other half has the form coming into this. After a big drought he won the Northern Ireland event last year and then already this year he has added the German Masters. He has a nice draw and can go deep. Maguire at 50s is a punt. crazy price if he's on.
  15. February 12 - February 18

    5pts A.Seppi to beat D.Medvedev Evens Skybet Both of these two have been in good form as of late. Medvedev won the Sydney event beating some good players such as Kohli & Fognini and Seppi won a challenger event before having a good Aus Open, reaching the last 16. Medvedev didn't look too impressive against Herbert though and for me he was broken far too much and wasn't serving like he normally does. Seppi was seeing the serve very well in his straight sets win over Zverev, which bodes well against Danniil