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Tennis - The Australian Open (17-30 January)

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Re: Tennis - The Australian Open (17-30 January) Chaps appreciate your challenger tips....if b365 will acceot my account I hope to get involved with the Singapore tournament.. and for what it's worth I think Vika and Kirilenko will win the doubles in 20mins at evens

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Re: Tennis - The Australian Open (17-30 January)

Chaps appreciate your challenger tips....if b365 will acceot my account I hope to get involved with the Singapore tournament.. and for what it's worth I think Vika and Kirilenko will win the doubles in 20mins at evens
You crazy? Price have been droping all over on Dulko/Pennetta and in-play you would get far over evens now. Why you think Azarenka/Kirilenko wins?

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Re: Tennis - The Australian Open (17-30 January)

Sport Tennis
Event Andy Murray vs. David Ferrer
Selection Murray (-7.5) GH (Asian-handicap)
Strength 10/10
Date 28/01/2011
Bookmaker/Price Stan James @ 2.88
Reasoning Well, the secnd sem-final here and I think that the bookies overrate a litter bit too much David Ferrer's victory against Rafa Nadal. Ferrer has played some great tennis against Rafa, no doubts but despite this hing it was still all about Rafa's not at the level tennis. David Ferrer is a great clay-courter bt on hard he is not the same player and that can be seen very visible in his game. Playing against Andy Murray should be a so difficult task for Ferrer as he should be in much more trouble on his serve than Murray on his serve. Ferrer is one of the most easy players to break as he do not possess a strong serve and even forehand, no doubts that he has imprved recently these qiualities but still it is clear that he has these disadvantages in his play. Andy Murray is the player special for hard courts, this is his most faourite surface together with the grass, he can't play at the same level on clay as Ferrer can't too. On clay I would rate Ferrer as a favourite against Murray, but not on hard. All in all, Murray should be clear in all control in this game, Ferrer's victory against Rafa makes him a litter bit overrated but that will have nothing to do with today's game. Good Luck!

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Re: Tennis - The Australian Open (17-30 January)

Sport Tennis
Event Andy Murray vs. The Field
Selection Murray to win AO (Each-way)
Strength 10/10
Date 30/01/2011
Bookmaker/Price Unibet @ 2.62
Reasoning Well, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer couldn't stand in this competition and here we are having other great young players playing the semi-finals here at Australian Open. novak Djokovic is already in the final while the second semi-final between Murray and Ferrer will decide the second finalist. Speaking about this semi-final I will say that there shouldn't be too many problems for Andy Murray as he is purely the better hard-courter. the bookies offer these nice odds on a probable Murray's victory of the title here despite he won't have a very difficult semi-final. Andy Murray still never has won a Grand Slam, so his motivation obviously should be at high level, also I would like to mentionate that AO is the first Grand Slam of the season and Andy is more fresh than could be happen to be at US Open for example. Murray is a great defender and the surface from here is perfect for his style, Novak Djokovic always had very tough games against him since Andy's meaningful improvement. Of course that a possible final against Djokovic doesn't mean already the title but I see some great value in these odds as Andy's today's job shouldn't be difficult at all. Good Luck!

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Re: Tennis - The Australian Open (17-30 January)

Sport Tennis
Event Andy Murray vs. The Field
Selection Murray to win AO (Each-way)
Strength 10/10
Date 30/01/2011
Bookmaker/Price Unibet @ 2.62
Reasoning Well, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer couldn't stand in this competition and here we are having other great young players playing the semi-finals here at Australian Open. novak Djokovic is already in the final while the second semi-final between Murray and Ferrer will decide the second finalist. Speaking about this semi-final I will say that there shouldn't be too many problems for Andy Murray as he is purely the better hard-courter. the bookies offer these nice odds on a probable Murray's victory of the title here despite he won't have a very difficult semi-final. Andy Murray still never has won a Grand Slam, so his motivation obviously should be at high level, also I would like to mentionate that AO is the first Grand Slam of the season and Andy is more fresh than could be happen to be at US Open for example. Murray is a great defender and the surface from here is perfect for his style, Novak Djokovic always had very tough games against him since Andy's meaningful improvement. Of course that a possible final against Djokovic doesn't mean already the title but I see some great value in these odds as Andy's today's job shouldn't be difficult at all. Good Luck!
I don't like your write-ups since it looks like some guy without brain has written it and I would'nt be surprised if Murray loses another final. You say " a possible final against Djokovic". You are funny. I mean what would be possible if not a final against Djokovic? If you think he will beat Ferrer I think Djokovic is waiting for him in the final since he already is qualified for this grand slam final. Does'nt surprise me if Murray even lose to Ferrer.

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Re: Tennis - The Australian Open (17-30 January)

I don't like your write-ups since it looks like some guy without brain has written it and I would'nt be surprised if Murray loses another final. You say " a possible final against Djokovic". You are funny. I mean what would be possible if not a final against Djokovic? If you think he will beat Ferrer I think Djokovic is waiting for him in the final since he already is qualified for this grand slam final. Does'nt surprise me if Murray even lose to Ferrer.
The guys first language is obviously not English. "some guy without a brain has written it", I find this remark somewhat offesive towards a person who has spent sometime putting "their" point across. If you dont like it, ignore it.

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Re: Tennis - The Australian Open (17-30 January) couldnt agree more jackie, Doesnt surprise me if Murray even lose to ferrer, what kind of write up is that? Thanks for your input Cornell , best of luck with your bets the rest of us understand what you mean:ok

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Re: Tennis - The Australian Open (17-30 January) I am so glad I have avoided this match (regardless of the result) betting-wise. Hopefully it comes in for you guys, although I am a fan of Ferrer and hate Murray (a LOT). If Murray drops this match, what will the odds be? Will Murray win a Grand Slam? Yes 250/1 :tongue2

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Re: Tennis - The Australian Open (17-30 January) Haha Ferrer to a hard court slam final, could never have predicted that. Fear for Murray here so I'm just going back to bed and hope he pulls through. Outright let alone the handicap on the match is dubious.

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Re: Tennis - The Australian Open (17-30 January)

ferrer is playing of his ****** nut murray has caused me so much heartache live and breathe every major with him' date=' COME ON andy:hope:hope:hope[/quote'] Fingers crossed mate........:hope....I know you love Murray!

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Re: Tennis - The Australian Open (17-30 January) What does everyone think about the Bryan's vs. the Indian Express? Bhupathi & Paes (or at least the press) seems to be pushing the angle that they're going all out to win the one major they've never been able to win.....but they're not as young as they used to be either. All told the 2.75 odds on them seem pretty reasonable.... Thanks for any input you can provide, appreciate everyone's insight to date as well!

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What does everyone think about the Bryan's vs. the Indian Express? Bhupathi & Paes (or at least the press) seems to be pushing the angle that they're going all out to win the one major they've never been able to win.....but they're not as young as they used to be either. All told the 2.75 odds on them seem pretty reasonable.... Thanks for any input you can provide, appreciate everyone's insight to date as well!
2.75 pretty poor odds, over 3 available and certainly has to be considered. Of course the Bryans should win it, but its sport B/P will do their best to get that one trophy that is still missing in their cabinet, and @ 3+? Yes, at least they will try hard.

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Re: Tennis - The Australian Open (17-30 January)

murray actually showed a shit load of fight in this 3rd set, really hats of to you andy haha howd you know gooner :P :hope handicap looking lots better now:D
Because every grand slam you are urging Murray on to win..........:clap He is playing alot better now and will have to in the final aswell if he gets there. Hopefully Murray doesnt have his usual dip now.

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