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Re: French Open 2015

Back Stanislas Wawrinka to beat Roger Federer for a 7/10 stake at 3.00 with Bwin Back Kei Nishikori (-4.5) to beat Jo-Wilfried Tsonga for a 8/10 stake at 1.74 with 10Bet Can't see an upset in the Nishikori-Tsonga match, there is a decent gap between the two at the moment and the 5-1 record Nishikori has against the Frenchman says it all. Meanwhile, I'd say that Wawrinka has a good chance to upset Federer if he plays like he did against Simon. Wouldn't have him above 2.62 really. Full preview here: https://www.punterslounge.com/french-open-betting-a-swiss-man-guaranteed-to-be-in-the-semis
Really like both those bets,gonna follow them in a double actually. Federer playing 4 sets today also with Waw with a days rest.

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Really like both those bets' date='gonna follow them in a double actually. Federer playing 4 sets today also with Waw with a days rest.[/quote'] Federer actually played just two today, but it could be a factor if things get tight.

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Federer actually played just two today' date=' but it could be a factor if things get tight.[/quote'] Of course,your right,my bad. Forgot about that. But still,he doesn't like long rallies or matches so it won't favour him playing two days in a row.

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Re: French Open 2015 Nothing for me in any of the matches tomorrow, but I am going to go back into one of the outright markets. Garbine Muguruza to win the French Open @ 9.4 Betfair (1 pt) Williams looks well off the pace right now even though she keeps winning her matches, and whilst she might be able to continue in that vein all the way to the title I can't back a player that looks so shaky at such a short price. A player that does interest me though is Muguruza, who made the last eight here last year. The young Spaniard has repeated that performance this time around, and her straight sets win over Pennetta was particularly impressive in my opinion. I think she has a good chance of beating Safarova in the next round, as there will be pressure on the Czech to back up her performance against Sharapova and that can be hard to deal with. After that it could be Ivanovic in the last four, and I'd be happy to back a quarter-finalist from last year over a winner from 7 years ago who has done very little at this tournament since. If Muguruza makes the final then most likely she would face Williams, who she beat at this tournament last year and if Williams continues to struggle and gets knocked out before the final then I favour Muguruza over the other players in the top half of the draw right now.

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Re: French Open 2015 Quarter Final betting : Kei Nishikori vs Jo Wilfried Tsonga over 37.5 games 4/5 paddy power There are some great matches on tomorrow and this could be one of them Nishikori looks so confident on this surface he has defintely got a chance of at least reaching the final while his opponent had a great win against Berdych and looks like he is back to his best So i think it may go to four sets and maybe five Stanislas Wawrinka vs Roger Federer over 38.5 games 8/11 paddy power Iam so looking forward to this match as it could be a classic Federer is going to have his toughest match yet I expect Federer to lose at least set and the other sets to be tight with not many breaks of serve Djokovic vs Nadal over 38.5 games 10/11 paddy power This match could be the match of the tournament as the two heavyweights battle out as one these will probably win the French so there is so much riding on it I will b e very close but if Djokovic play his best he will just edge it Ana Ivanovic vs Elisa Svitolina over 21.5 games evens paddy power An interesting match as these two are capable of winning this title but maybe will come up short against Serena Ivanovic has won a grand slam before so has the experience against this young tough player who looks like to have a bright future so expect a tight first set and maybe Ivanovic to win the second and win and dont be surprised if goes to a third set Special bets : Name the finalists Roger Federer vs Rafael Nadal 11/1 sky bet Kei Nishikori vs Rafael Nadal 10/ 1 sky bet Stanislas Wawrinka vs Rafael Nadal 18/1 sky bet Great odds for this to happen but Nadal has to win his match on Wednesday also if Nishikori gets through against Tsonga he will probably face Federer or Wawrinka Garbine Muguruza vs Timea Bacsinszky 14/1 sky bet Elina Svitolina vs Timea Bacsinszky 28/1 sky bet I have got a feeling that Serena might not reach the final so any of others have got chance of winning this

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Re: French Open 2015 To locate a winner in a tennis match, it is like to solve conspiracy theories of " who are behind money" Anyway, my Cilic theory proved muggy theory Today i have my LAST chance to survive in Roland Garros Theory number 1. WAW to beat Federer @2.90 offered by tipico I changed bookie, and now i am back to my favorite bookie Tipico, which i rate as the best in the net.:ok WAW is in equal form of 2014 Aussie open. I dont want to repeat arguments i posted earlier Federer continue to win average players like Monfils, and i never change my opinion about who is Monfils Federer actually plays with his tennis attitude which is enough to beat the majority of ATP, but is IMPOSSIBLE to do that against giants as WAW looks at the moment 10/10 bet. If i lose this one, i am off roland garros, and i may return during wimbledon. Good chance to get rid of me, but i wish to stay more:lol:ok Theory number 2 Muguruza to beat Safarova @1.95 offered by Tipico Please read my previous comments about Mugu, i rate her as the probable dark horse in womens tournament Safarova won over heavily overestimated by bookies and punters Sharapova. Mothing to impress me ciao C'MON money printer, please work today:notworthy Otherwise they will gonna get rid of me, and i dont want to give them such a pleasure! :cigar

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Re: French Open 2015 Ana Ivanovic-Elina Svitolina Briefly, Elina SVitolina has plenty of potential and there is a lot to like about her game, but we speak often about grand slams being a learning curve and most players have to make a quarter before (later in their career) a semi and so on, this is the 20 yo Ukranian's first last eight appearance in a slam and she was plenty nervous enough at the business end of her match with Alize Cornet and I suspect her knees might be knocking just a little even before the start of this one. Ana Ivanovic could be a little anxious too, in her first QF @ Roland Garros since she won the title in 2008. However, I saw an interview with her after her last win and she seemed very relaxed , comfortable and at pace with herself and life, the Serbian will be delighted with how her half of the draw has opened up and if she had to hand pick an opponent at this stage, Svitolina who is a mini me version of Ivanovic in some respects, would be near the top of the list. The pair have met six times before, all in the last 30 months and Ivanovic has dropped just a single set, including winning 7-5, 6-2 here last year and also in Madrid very recently. In the previous meeting at RG, Svitolina hit very few winners and has really struggled with her second serve in all six meetings, with Ivanovic having a very good read and seeing it like a basketball ! Ana in two. Ana Ivanovic to win 2-0 in sets 2.10-2.15 general quote...........2.15 Pinnacle Sports/Sportmarket Pro.

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Re: French Open 2015 Ana Ivanovic to win Roland Garros 2015 stake : 10/10 @9 with Titanbet of course Serena is the favorite in this tournament but she is not playing well for her level. She is making too much unforced errors.She has already lost 3 sets in this tournament.Also ; clay is not her favorite surface.In addition to this she didn't get the best results on clay tournaments this season.So , i believe Ivanovic can win the tournament.

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Re: French Open 2015 Back David Ferrer (+3.5) to beat Andy Murray for a 5/10 stake at 1.91 with Unibet Back Novak Djokovic (-4.5) to beat Rafael Nadal for a 7/10 stake at 1.80 with Bet365 Not much to be added about Djokovic, those who've been following me recently know what I think about Nadal's chances in that one. Murray has a 0-4 record against Ferrer on clay and what I saw from him yesterday didn't convince me a bit - if the same Murray shows up tomorrow, he'll be in a lot of trouble. Should be intriguing to watch in any case, I'll just add a small handicap bet on Ferrer to the bet I've already had on him to win the quarter. Full preview here: https://www.punterslounge.com/french-open-betting-djokovic-faces-nadal-as-murray-battles-ferrer

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Re: French Open 2015 WWA oeoooooeeoooooo I am survivor! My 10/10 bet on WAW won! Despite Fed's great resistance! Fed was really good! WAW was another planet! Guys, about Mugu, I am sure that you are everybody very talented punters. I noticed that Safarova was suberb and devil playing! I placed her to win the second set together with WAW again! My profit is HUGE today, therefore i am glad to announce that i continue to play at Roland Garros clay courts! I have the next super tip! This is gonna be my 11/10 tip! Meaning that i will place all my money plus a loan from bank! details to arrive soon stay tuned!:beer ciao!

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Re: French Open 2015

Back David Ferrer (+3.5) to beat Andy Murray for a 5/10 stake at 1.91 with Unibet Back Novak Djokovic (-4.5) to beat Rafael Nadal for a 7/10 stake at 1.80 with Bet365 Not much to be added about Djokovic, those who've been following me recently know what I think about Nadal's chances in that one. Murray has a 0-4 record against Ferrer on clay and what I saw from him yesterday didn't convince me a bit - if the same Murray shows up tomorrow, he'll be in a lot of trouble. Should be intriguing to watch in any case, I'll just add a small handicap bet on Ferrer to the bet I've already had on him to win the quarter. Full preview here: https://www.punterslounge.com/french-open-betting-djokovic-faces-nadal-as-murray-battles-ferrer
I think I agree with you concerning your point on murray/ferrer. I watched the whole of murray/chardy and still can not understand how Chardy lost 3-1. The match was on his racquet with his execution and belief left behind in the hotel room. If you are leaning towards Ferrer, then i think 3.5 will not seem the most appropriate bet especially in a 5 set match. Better to take the win in this situation as opposed to anything under 4.5games. The significance is the same when comparing over 21.5 to over 22.5. You discover that there is a gulf between the 2 despite the 1 game difference. Just a thought!!!

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Undeserved victory for Tsonga over Nishikori. Only consolation is it should give us some easy semi-final money when he takes on Wawrinka as Stan will destroy the Frenchman.
You just might be giving less credit than is due to the frenchman perhaps because he messed up your bet. If his victory over Nishikori does not open your eyes, I do not know what else will. The man is on a roll, he is home and has a slightly better h2h record than Stan the man in their clay head to head....and you talk of destroy?? Such a lop-sided comment can have the effect of throwing punters off guard just like that. Even against any of the top 2, Tsonga will be hard to dislodge!

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Re: French Open 2015 Rafa 66-1 or 67-1 record in Paris... its so ridiculous I can't even remember how many it is! At the odds available at all major bookies and exchange (over 2/1) it is simply too much and I have to get involved. I don't care about form coming into this tournament... look at Tsonga and look at Ivanovic in the womens... it don't mean that much. I'm on Nadal BIG TIME!

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Re: French Open 2015 Sara Errani (+1.5 sets) to beat Serena Williams @ 3.250 Pinnacle (2 pts) Sara Errani (+6.5 games) to beat Serena Williams @ 2.050 Pinnacle (3 pts) Based on what I've seen of Williams so far at this tournament, I have to oppose her at these prices against a player who made the final here only a few years ago. Admittedly there is risk in both of these bets as it's possible that Williams will overpower Errani and cover both of these lines, but given that they met earlier in the season on clay and it went to three sets I think it's a risk worth taking. One thing Errani won't be lacking is endeavour, and if Williams is as lacklustre as she was in the early stages of the last round against Stephens then the diminutive Italian might be able to build a platform to create a shock here.

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Re: French Open 2015 Quarter Final matches : Enhanced Accumulator : Djokovic to win 3-1 and Murray to win 3-2 25/1 sky bet Andy Murray vs David Ferrer Over 38.5 games 4/5 paddy power Murray to win 3-1 11/4 paddy power We have seen a different Murray this season as he seems to playing better on this surface and is coming into this match in form while Ferrer loves this surface he has not been tested yet and i think Murray will give him his toughest match of this tournament Djokovic vs Nadal Djokovic to win 3-1 11/4 paddy power Well we can safely say that this is a match Djokovic his favourite to win i know we must not underestimate his opponent especially on clay but Djokovic is playing his best tennis in years and looks like he should win the French this year but he only needs to get through against the best clay court player of all time Timea Bacsinszky vs Alison Van Uytvanck Over 19.5 games 8/11 paddy power Bacsinszky to win 2-1 14/5 paddy power This match can go either way and it would not surprise me if it went to a third set Both will be desperate to win and maybe the more experienced player will go through Serena Williams vs Sara Errani Serena to win 7.5 games handicap 15/8 paddy power or 8.5 games 4/1 paddy power I think Serna loves playing Errani has her groundstrokes seem to hurt her and when she gets the ball back Serena just hits them for a winner nearly everytime so i would be very surprised if Serena does wins this match and wins it easily but Serena will still have to be on top of her game as Errani when playing well can be dangerous Special bets Name the Finalists : Djokovic vs Wawrinka 15/8 sky bet Ana Ivanovic vs Serena Williams 7/4 sky bet Ana Ivanovic vs Timea Bacsinszky 9/1 sky bet Straight Forecast : Djokovic to beat Wawrinka 15/8 sky bet I think one these bets might just happen as Djokovic and Wawrinka look like they are two best players playing at the moment I know Nadal might just win but you have to back these two The other two bets could happen but Ivanovic will have to beat an in form Safarova and Serena will have to lose to Bacsinszky who has to win her Quarter final first

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Re: French Open 2015 1. Serena V.S. Errani : Errani +6.5 games at 2.07 with Pinnacle The H2H is 8:0 but their matches are getting closer. Errani took one set last time. And in Rome 2014 Errani was 3:3 at the first set but then injured, ended up with 3:6, 0:6.Given Serena is not at her best, Errani should cover the handicap line easily. 2. Bascinsky V.S. Van Uytvanck : Van Uytvanck +5 games at 2.02 with Pinnacle Bascinsky deserves to be the favorite but I think she will face more pressure than her opponent because everyone feels she should win. Actually she was very nervous at the first set against Kvitova but the crazy UEs from Kvitova saved her. I just don’t think she can crush her opponent. 3. Mirza/Hingis V.S. Sands/Safarova : Mirza/Hingis to win at 1.6 with Pinnacle Not sure Safarova will give her best today. Now she has the chance of a lifetime in singles, so maybe just for practice today.

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Re: French Open 2015 No BET day for me But my two cents are that Nadal is massively underestimated by everybody The guy lives and breaths for this match. In my opinion he also gained form. Plus the fact that he might be look as a player from the past again! I wouldnt place a single cent on Djokovic at that low price! Jesus christ is Nadal there! And Nadal is NOT a veteran like Federer is! Anyway, personally i am out of any betting today, i prefer to make a day excursion to other town My original GRAND SLAM idea is Safarova to lift the trophy! We are lucky because SERENA is still there! I dont fancy what i see from Serena. She is the FEMALE Federer in my opinion. She wins and wins because of her tennis attitude, and because opponents were afraid of her so far! Safarova is an absolutely devil minded in this tournament! Astonishing form and brilliant mind game against everybody. She poisons the brain of the opponents! We might not see her again for long time! We know, most of women are comets! They arrive all of a sudden in one tournament, and then god only knows if they return! But here Safarova plays extraordinary game, both physically and brainly I expect her to cruise over Ivanovic, a lady from Serbia which i rate as the worse version of Sharapova. Chaotic game which includes double faults, silly unforced errors together with some great shots on target! Safarova to lift the trophy @6 ciao! :drums

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Re: French Open 2015 ATP: Andy Murray- David Ferrer Andy Murray is in great form on clay, has not lost since his wedding and took the titles at Munich and Madrid, but at the risk of sounding like a broken record, Madrid is not a real clay surface /enviroment and he beat relatively little in Bavaria . Jeremy Chardy took him much closer that the four set scoreline suggests in R4 , despite making pushing 70 unforced errors and yes, the British #1 is playing with huge confidence and improved on the surface, but I do not feel that improvement is of the same level as others believe and today will be a real test. Also , this is all a bonus for Murray, he will be very focused on the grass court season which is hurtling towards us and the North American hardcourt campaign beyond that and subsconciously, he might feel that a deep run here could be counterproductive in the bigger scheme of things. For David Ferrer, the reverse is close to true, he is capable on hardcourts, but grass is something he lies on in his garden and his season is focused mainly around the clay court tournaments and the next six weeks of the year will not have even entered his mind. H2h wise Murray leads 9-6, but it is 4-0 to Ferrer on clay, including a four set win here three years ago where he dominated the big points, forced Murray into a lot of errors and won by six games. Today we can get a 3.5 handicap start on the Spanish player and that just does not feel right in my book, Murray has won the last five h2h meetings, which all came on fast surfaces, including at Wimbledon, but Ferrer took a set in four, all were close and I have no option today ........... David Ferrer +3.5 games 1.94 Pinnacle Sports/ Sportmarket Pro.

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Re: French Open 2015 Back Stanislas Wawrinka (-3.5) to beat Jo-Wilfried Tsonga for a 8/10 stake at 1.82 with Unibet Fully on Wawrinka's racquet I would say, his performances against Simon and Federer were as brilliant as they could've possibly been. All credit to the Frenchman for beating Berdych and Nishikori, but his level wasn't anywhere near Wawrinka's I'd say. Full preview here: https://www.punterslounge.com/french-open-betting-will-tsonga-make-it-three-in-a-row-

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Re: French Open 2015 Williams vs Errani A very interesting match in prospect with most punters thinking and believing that Serena has left open a door that they can exploit. It is this simple. If you dare go through that door, you get locked out. Serena has been playing like she has only because she is Serena; not because her form has suddenly gone sour or she has suddenly become vulnerable, but perhaps due to unexplainable things going on in her head albeit within her control. Serena is not one to stutter continuously with the hope of falling over the winning line. knowing her well from past competitions, I expect her to flourish to the winning line beginning with a convincing 2-0 win over Errani today with a replication all through to the final and beyond.

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Re: French Open 2015 Keeping this short as the match is about to start. Nadal has got to be the value proposition here given he's readily available at odds of greater than 3.00. For all the hype about Djokovic, I have seen nothing to be convinced he has got the mental fortitude to outlast Nadal. In 2011, Djokovic got the better of Nadal in both Madrid and Rome and stormed into Roland Garros on the back of a 43-match winning streak only to have his run ended by Federer in the SF (who was put to the sword by Nadal in the final). In 2012, Djokovic ended Nadal's run in Monte Carlo and repeated his triumph in Rome only to fall short in the final at Roland Garros. 2013 was perhaps a bit of an aberration when Djokovic pushed Nadal to 5 sets. That said, play on the first day was similar to the cloudy - and heavier - conditions (and Paris is nothing like that today if Serena-Errani match is any indication) to what Nadal encountered when he lost to Soderling in 2009 where Djokovic did most of the damage. Notwithstanding the SF resuming the following day and Djokovic going 4-2 up in the 5th set, Nadal simply stormed his way back to take the 5th set 9-7. A sign of Djokovic closing the gap on Nadal a la how Nadal closed the gap on Federer at Wimbledon in 2006 and 2007 before going on to beat him in 2008? Not quite as events a year later would testify. I personally thought 2014 represented Djokovic's best chance to beat Nadal, but looking at the way he simply wilted did little to inspire any confidence in backing him to beat Nadal today. Djokovic has not demonstrated any signs of real intent - barring the SF in 2013 split over 2 days under highly contrasting conditions - to suggest he's capable of beating Nadal in a best-of-5 match on clay and certainly not in Paris. If anything, much has been made of Nadal's abysmal claycourt form (by his standards) coming into this year's Roland Garros which lends much optimism to the Djokovic cause. Having said that, I have seen enough over the last 2 rounds of Nadal's shot-making picking up to suggest he'd be no less competitive than he was in last year's final and it would be a very tall order indeed for Djokovic to oust him here. On a sidenote, much value also lies in Ferrer to beat Murray as the Scot has never beaten Ferrer on clay - on the back of that, I can't see how he should even start this as an odds-on favourite. Massive value on the 2 underdogs today and I'd certainly agree with those backing the handicaps to only back them if you're on the favourite (ie. Murray and Djokovic) as it makes very little sense to suggest the underdogs would clear the handicap but lose their matches.

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