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Djokovic (-7,5 games) to beat Nishikori at 2.10 with bet365 Nishikori can't have much energy left in his body after that gruelling 5-hour marathon match against PCB. Nishikori had to play couple

Murray is unbelievable. He should feel proud even if he lost the match because he sure is playing very well considering his bad injury. 

Rafael Nadal (-5) to beat Tomas Berdych at 1.85 with Marathon I watched both today and I can't see Berdych doing much even in his current form. The mental handicap is still going to be there most

Guys , There is a good chance my whole card might tank, and drop like 15 units .. So be careful ... We'll see .. Thanks for your help with the picks .. not sure who submitted on Cuevas , but really pointed out a decent value .. so I got him live in the second set @ good odds after already winning set 1.  I have him listed under my second sheet, but really more of a confirmation in seeing the value from someone else.  

I am watching the match, and he looks really good.  I will pick him to advance past Dimitrov in the next round.. I see Cuevas making a deep run here. I haven't seen further into the draw , so this is a bit early to decide .. but I can see him going as far as the semi-finals if not reaching the finals. 

Good luck guys, and thanks for tipping me off to him, because I really needed to catch a break on my bankroll situation. :ok

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Aussie open might be Andy Murrays last match and I can't understand how anyone can throw money on him under current circumstances so @money44 don't do it. I don't know where you get any feeling from that Andy stands a chance but don't do any stupid bets like betting on a soon to be retired former world no.1 with an injury that makes him unable to play his game.

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His hip is not ok and he's said it clearly before the grand slam in his press conference and he doesn't even know if he can cope with the pain as long as till Wimbledon where he would like to finish his career. Did you see him play last season? He was clearly not ok in Chengdu when he met Nando Verdasco and lost easily in 2 sets and I don't see any sign of improvement at the start of this season. Saw him on Eurosport when he met Daniil Medvedev and he didn't look good at all. He can still win some games but his serve is as vulnerable as ever and it's easy pickings for top players now. He won't last long before he calls it a career.

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Alex De Minaur to beat (-8.5) Pedro Sousa at 1.84 with Unibet

Pedro has nothing to collect except a big check in AO. Alex will most likely have it his own way in this first round encounter. Pedro the challenger clay specialist on hardcourt in a grand slam facing a first time titlist on the ATP tour and a massive talent and an Aussie as well with all the crowd on his side that spells trouble for Pedro. Happy to collect some money Pedro but he'll soon be heading to the challenger tour and clay qualification in South America probably. Large line to cover for Alex but I think he can do it. He was just invincible in Sydney and will take that with him and he needs a short match to be able to rest. He might be facing Rafa in third round so he'll have to save as mutch energy as possible for that. With motivation to win big Alex will be seeking multiple breaks and he's got that ability while Pedro should not have anything to show for on a fast hardcourt on the second largest arena, Margaret Court Arena at Melbourne Park. There will be carnage!

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Khachanov match still up for review .. I am waiting for stream , but this is the best bet I have on the table right now. Gojowczyk will be odds around 6 atleast if i can snag him before he wins first set .. still waiting on stream for verification of khachanov poor form 

I am locked in on Gojowczyk @ 5.78.  I put the bet in before the break @ 30-30 first set.  just in time before a significant odds reduction .. hope it pays off for me .. I couldn't find a stream, and decided to gamble blindly. 

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I can see Angie in the semi's .. she looks pretty decent ... another update post first set .. Khachanov is making alot of errors , and Peter is playing quite well.. It could be a long match , but at this point its atleast 50/50 to who will win , not sure what the in play odds , but it might be something to consider for you guys. good luck :cheers

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12 minutes ago, money44 said:

I can see Angie in the semi's .. she looks pretty decent ... another update post first set .. Khachanov is making alot of errors , and Peter is playing quite well.. It could be a long match , but at this point its atleast 50/50 to who will win , not sure what the in play odds , but it might be something to consider for you guys. good luck :cheers

have you heard something about quality over quantity? 

 

Maybe thats just me...

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1 minute ago, MrCrossover said:

have you heard something about quality over quantity? 

 

Maybe thats just me...

Why don't you go cry somewhere else mate or you can talk about tennis. I am trying to help , and you've done nothing.. glad you opened your mouth to criticize tho .. now go back to your kiddie table please .. ty bro :ok not responding to you again if you reply to this 

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Bad day. Kecmanovic and Alison Riske failed me. Alison lost and couldn’t covered the handicap by 1 game. Don’t know how the Verdasco-Kecmanovic was but Verdasco won 3-0 so the bet is lost and that is what really matters. I only watched the second set of Kiki-Riske and I didn’t expected that level of serving by Kiki, even with second serves she was doing aces. Only the parlay with Tiafoe, Jordan Thompson and Tsitsipas is won. Vekic won easily against Mladenovic but I combined that with Kecmanovic-Verdasco so is lost. Sorry guys.

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Karlovic/Hurkacz over 46.5 (total games) @ 1.847 Pinnacle 4/10

Both meet in Cincy last year in qualification and Hurkacz won two tiebreakers, i expect some tiebreakers today too as it will be very hot in Melbourne so the courts should be even faster. Can't see one of them losing their serve tbh, wouldn't be surprised if we see five tiebreakers. Line is solid enough. 

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