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  1. Australian Open 2019

    Rafa looks very powerfull,but i still have a feeling that he wasn`t tested yet adequately. Sure,he serves like he did in USO 2010 but he didn`t face any player with good return shot.
  2. Australian Open 2019

    Looks like skinny version of Petra Kvotova doing just fine Agree @CzechPunter?
  3. Australian Open 2019

    My parlay bet for tonight Nishikori - Karlovic over 10 games first set Medvedev (-4.5) to beat Harrison Zverev (-5.5) to beat Chardy Krajinovic - Donskoy over 3.5 sets Total odds:4.50 (local bookie)
  4. Australian Open 2019

    @CzechPunterwhat do you think about Kvitova - Muchova match? Surely you have opinion at least, since they both are your compatriots.
  5. Australian Open 2019

    Why is Karolina Pliskova 1.40 vs Muchova? I miss something here? She won Brisbane and it's seems that she's in good shape.
  6. Australian Open 2019

    RBA - Murray Edmund - Berdych Kyrgios - Raonic Very intriguing matches of R1
  7. Double parlay for me tonight Iga Swiatek (vs.Bolsova Zadionov) + Badosa Gilbert (vs.Raina) @2.10 (local) Swiatek is talented girl on the beginning of her professional career. She showed that she's very strong mentally as well,overturning the match with Olga Danilovic,winning tie-break in the decider. Iga won in the only match they played last year on Pelham ITF 62 61. It was on the clay,and i suppose that this surface will be even bigger advantage for Polish girl. Badosa i think is better player than Raina and i really like her result in the previous round where she won over Denisa Allertova. GL
  8. Obviously the match did not go as I expected, but I guess that wining bet is all that counts.
  9. Also..i'm thinking about one small parlay bet which would include Kamke vs.Bagnis. What do you think guys - is it Kamke worth a try at 1.30 against Bagnis who is clay court specialist,who didn't play any competetive match since last November and who lost last Year here in Melbourne against No.363 Piros Zsombor from Hungary?
  10. If it's against the rules i'm not going to post anymore.
  11. Like i said - it's a local Serbian bookie called Mozzartbet
  12. While i'm still thinking about Olga's match i did find something interesting in Men Q C. Ruud - H.Laaksonen under 22.5 games @1.95 (local) I think that bookies have something wrong here. Laaksonen's game is more suitable for indoor conditions than outdoor hard courts. And h2h is also speaking in favour of this bet 'cause Ruud have beaten him twice in relatively easy fashion. The last match was just a week ago at Playford Challenger and Casper won 63 64. I don't see what could change for Henri in 7 days.
  13. Olga lost to Hradecka in Brisbane and that's also what scares me a little bit. Because these days Hradecka almost gave up on her career in singles and focused much more on doubles. Then again..courts in Melbourne should be slower than those in Brisbane and that will suit Olga's style of game more...
  14. Thank you so very much @four-leaf The thing is..Olga Danilovic will play her R1 match of the AOQ tonight. Against Swiatek. Now..Olga is from Serbia and i follow her career closely. She's very talented and she became the first female player born after Year 2000 who won a WTA Tournament. It was event in Moscow last year. Yes it whas on clay and yes Olga still didn't prove herself on hard courts,but since i never heard anything about this girl from Poland i thought that value lies on Olga's side tonight. Olga has hired a proven coach couple months ago - Petar Popovic. Petar achieved decent results in the past with the players like Filip Krajinovic,Ivo Karlovic and Andrea Petkovic. I know him in person and i can tell you that he's very ambitious,hard working and dedicated guy. That's why i think that this "collaboration" will be good for young Danilovic. They've made a strong preparations for the upcoming season in Los Angeles and i expect Olga to continue her tennis progress. But now after what you wrote,i think it's better to stay away from this match.