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  1. He never liked to play in those kind of conditions. At this moment, i can remember at least two such matches. Both from US Open. One was against David Ferrer when he was two sets down,and the otherone was against Murray in the final (it could be that it was not in the same year). He lost that final btw. And i don't remember he was showing some shocking sportmanship then.. I fully understand why people don't like his attitude i i'm fine with that. Really,i am. But one thing is not to like him or his behaviour and completely other is showing some kind of disrespect by placing,let's say,some kind of "fake news informations" like we had yesterday.
  2. I wouldn't call them hilarious. He was more nervous because of the ugly conditions i would say.
  3. Don't get me wrong - Thiem was a better player and fully deserved to win. Kudos to that! I'm just amazed at how Djokovic always has to land the villian part with some.
  4. Talked to French Open tournament director Guy Forget, who confirmed play was called because of rain and high-wind forecast. Said Djokovic & Thiem informed together of decision by referee. "People thought Novak left, and that is why we canceled the matches, which is nonsense" Courier on Djokovic: "There is no way he would disrespect the tournament and leave before he knew, he probably just knew before we did." Barbara Schett:Unfortunately a wrong information was passed on to me during the show. Novak and Dominic left the courts after the referee told them play was postponed. I truly apologize for that and i will officially correct it tomorrow!
  5. Apparently you're wrong just like most of the commentators.
  6. S.Wawrinka - R.Federer over 3.5 sets @1.65 I expect long and tough match. M.Vondrousova - P.Martic 2 @2.20 Martic has excellent h2h record against Vondrousova. She won their last match in Istanbul on clay so with this price i must try with Croatian girl.
  7. I think that Nish will have some chance in the opening set. He'll stick to TB,but he will lose it. Then it will be something like 62 60 for Nadal.
  8. It's nothing against you @CzechPunterobviosly. Just some betting "principle" of mine.
  9. Never bet on tennis clowns such are Nick the Dick, Fognini, TomiK, Le Monf etc.
  10. S.Tsitsipas (-5.5 games) to beat F.Krajinovic @1.65 with Soocerbet (local bookie) Tsitsipas is in excellent shape. He won the first two matches relatively easily while Krajinovic had to play two marathon-matches. The second one (vs Baena) was especialy tough. Today Filip withdrew from doubles as a precautionary measure. He's not injured,but he is tired. Also,take note that Filip doesn't like to play against players of Tsitsipas profile.
  11. How many chances did Millman throw away in two sets
  12. David Goffin (-2.5 sets) to beat Ricardas Berankis at 1.77 with local bookie Soccerbet Although Gofan is not in the best shape, I still believe he can win in straight sets. Berankis did beat him in Doha at the opening of the new season,but it was under different circumstances. In 2019 Bearnkis have played one (yes,just one) match on clay and it was in Geneva last week. He lost against Uchida 46 46. So,if Uchida was able to beat him without dropping a set,why wouldn't Goffin do the same? I feel like Lithuanian is here just to collect prize money.
  13. I was obviously hoping for some kind of Djoko - Rafa preview..
  14. Liverpool - Barcelona over 2.5 goals @1.65 Leo Messi anytime scorer @2.10