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I am surprised you can get odds 5 with those 4 players.. If that is the case.. not too bad as far as the odds with the chances to complete it .. Because it looks certainly possible.. I would have guessed odds is closer to 4 or so.. might be a worth short.. I might try it with one Vosko doubles match i posted 5 way for odds of about 20 or so 

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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

@CzechPunter I mentioned Olaru before , but I just now seen .. Voskoboeva has actually won her R1 doubles match in the last nine Australian opens that she entered. Pretty crazy statistic considering the odds, and the possible poor form of Babos team. 

Having said that .. still not super confident with the bet.. but we'll see anything can always happen 

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Marius Copil to beat (+2.5 sets) David Goffin at 1.68 with

Marius have met David once on indoor hardcourt and Marius won a set back then and I think at least one set is fully within his reach here again. Marius have the tools to take a set, like his serve and decent groundstrokes which worked out for him for awhile now. He's got enough mental resilience to make something happen in positive ways for him in matches that he plays nowadays. He's improved as a player and showed some of his improvement by beating Sascha Zverev in Basel last season and reaching the final there which he lost to the one and only Roger.

Milos Raonic to beat (-2.5 games) Stan Wawrinka at 1.67 with

Stan is not where he used to be anymore, he's like up and down like a jojo in his performances. He might improve his game again and get back to somewhere close where he once been and a start on that would be to go deep in Melbourne but to do that he'll have to break Milos serve and that's something he hasn't done for awhile. He failed to find any holes in the Milos service games in US open last season. Milos served like clockwork in first round when he beat Nick Kyrgios and should continue his awesome serving again. It might not carry him to far in Melbourne but it will likely carry him past this match and I think he can find gaps in Stans serving and find a break or two. Milos have covered this 2.5 line both of the last two times they've met in Aussie open 2016 and US open 2018 and he shouldn't have any problems doing so again even if he loses two sets.

At 2.81 with Unibet

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Rafael Nadal (-6.5) to beat Alex De Minaur at 1.86 with Marathon

Fair play to De Minaur, but he looked toast at the end of his match with Laaksonen and he doesn't have any weapons to really hurt Nadal with. His best approach is to be inspired by how Schwartzman was handling Nadal in the past, but you need a lot of energy for that and I don't see the Australian having enough after playing so much tennis recently. He can nick a set somehow I guess, but, if he does, I'd expect Nadal to get at least one 6-1 or 6-2 set in return.

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I will warn .. Peterson does not look good in her match vs Sharapova.. I have legitimate concerns about her doubles match that I have tip earlier. I am looking for a couple other matches to add right now because I might drop another unit on that one .. Sharapova looks fine, but I'm just very dissapointed with some of Rebecca's shots .

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Its really hard to say whats going on .. She just hits some awful slice backhands and too many errors. I want to believe that she is just nervous or being overpowered by Maria who has been playing at a top level this tournament maybe for her career as her competition has gotten stiffer these days.. Seems like every woman in the top 30 is a potential grandslam champion.. not exactly but maybe u get the analogy. 

I believe Maria has made a racquet switch or adjustment, and she is having more controlled shots now. So Peterson looks slow also.. framing forehands, and just the worst slice backhand on tour.. 

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sportsbook: Heritage

Krunic to beat Wang @ 4

Sharapova to beat Wozniacki @ 1.87

Based on the video I seen of Wang in Shengzen.. she is still taped and also not moving great.. nice shotmaker, but Krunic tracks all balls down. She fought to win in 3 sets last match, and cleared as a mid size dog. She should be able to take wang out if she is healthy.. I have no reason to believe she isn't. Don't think she played a ton of tennis last year.. But, the results is impressive. She had 20 breakpoints vs Diyas, and converted 8 of them. gl :$

Krunic also holds 1-0 h2h from 2012 ancient times 6-4 6-3

 

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Sportsbook: 5dimes

This is my first parlay on here, and I won't be doing them alot if ever again. We'll see if it pays off. I just happen to really like this parlay alot, and this is my preferred way of betting for massive profit with double dog action. 

Official play "Double" risking one unit

Krunic to beat Wang @ 4.1, Bolt to beat Simon @ 6

parlay odds = 24.6

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Hi guys, im doing so bad so i im just following your predictions but i have 2 matches on my mind and i want to know your thoughts. What do you think of Kenin-Halep and Andreescu-Sevastova? Kenin and Andreescu are paid both above 3.00. Kenin destroyed all her opponents in Hobart, winning all her matches in straight sets (Caroline Garcia, Jabeur, Flipkens, Cornet and Schmiedlova) but she struggled against Kudermetova in the first round here and I don’t like that. I saw Simona against Kanepi and she did not impress me (I know Kanepi is dangerous but she had not played any match since the US Open and Simona lost the first set). I personally think that Simona now has a tougher test against Kenin but im worried about the confidence that Simona could has now after that win against Kanepi.

I couldn’t saw Andreescu and Sevastova in the first round. The last time I see Sevastova was in Sidney against Bacsinszky and I did not like what I saw from her but now she has destroyed Mona Barthel in the first round here. We all know what Andreescu did in Auckland but she struggled in the first round against Osuigwe. So basically, I want to know from all of you what option is the best:

- Kenin to win at 3.00 / A Set Handicap (+1.5) / Game Handicap (+4.5) /  No Bet?

- Andreescu to win at 3.00 / A Set Handicap (+1.5) / Game Handicap (+3.5) /  No Bet?

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@darko08 I don't particularly fancy either of those bets, but, if I had to choose, I'd go for Kenin +4.5. The only thing that I know for sure is that I didn't like Andreescu in the first round, too many silly errors and Sevastova will exploit that if it happens again. She could beat Sevastova if she plays like she did in her first tournament of the year, but she wasn't that good against Osuigwe. Don't force any bets on yourself though.

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Ivo Karlovic @ 5.42 Pinnacle 4/10

Ryan Harrison @ 5.61 Pinnacle 4/10

Coric/Fucsovics over 36 @ 1.943 Pinnacle 4/10

Alex Bolt +2.5 sets @ 1.99 Pinnacle 4/10

Djokovic/Tsonga over 34 @ 2.0 Pinnacle 4/10

Zverev/Chardy over 33.5 @ 1.877 Pinnacle 4/10

Denis Shapovalov -7 games @ 2.03 Pinnacle 4/10

Karlovic was playing very well recently while Nishikori looked absolutely horrible in the first round. No idea what happened to him between Brisbane and Melbourne but if he plays like that today i expect Dr. Ivo to make it very, very close as his serve is working well.

Harrison should be a living dog, he is dangerous on those courts in Australia, he likes the conditions and he served very well in the first round. Medvedev is still a hot & cold player who can easily be outpointed if he has a bad day.

Those over bets should be solid, i expect in all of those matches 3 close sets or even 4 or 5 sets.

Shapovalov looked good vs. Andujar, he served very well while Daniel was absymal. Daniel wasn't able to return those WTA serves by injured Kokkinakis, unreal scenes, Daniel is such a mug, can believe he is a Top 100 player. Shapovalov should beat him quite easily IF he can avoid those DUMB errors.

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I know Popyrin is a rookie here but anyone see value in taking him Vs Thiem.I know everyone here had Paire to one up him, me included but I sniff a small chance at an upset.His last year  match ups beating Ebden Paire and McDonald(who I consider descent) at Swiss Indoors last year was quite something.Beating Mischa was good but not good enough to rank him here but I'm taking a chance here

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8 hours ago, opole said:

Ivo Karlovic @ 5.42 Pinnacle 4/10

Ryan Harrison @ 5.61 Pinnacle 4/10

Coric/Fucsovics over 36 @ 1.943 Pinnacle 4/10

Alex Bolt +2.5 sets @ 1.99 Pinnacle 4/10

Djokovic/Tsonga over 34 @ 2.0 Pinnacle 4/10

Zverev/Chardy over 33.5 @ 1.877 Pinnacle 4/10

Denis Shapovalov -7 games @ 2.03 Pinnacle 4/10

Karlovic was playing very well recently while Nishikori looked absolutely horrible in the first round. No idea what happened to him between Brisbane and Melbourne but if he plays like that today i expect Dr. Ivo to make it very, very close as his serve is working well.

Harrison should be a living dog, he is dangerous on those courts in Australia, he likes the conditions and he served very well in the first round. Medvedev is still a hot & cold player who can easily be outpointed if he has a bad day.

Those over bets should be solid, i expect in all of those matches 3 close sets or even 4 or 5 sets.

Shapovalov looked good vs. Andujar, he served very well while Daniel was absymal. Daniel wasn't able to return those WTA serves by injured Kokkinakis, unreal scenes, Daniel is such a mug, can believe he is a Top 100 player. Shapovalov should beat him quite easily IF he can avoid those DUMB errors.

Nishikori barely made it past Karlovic today.I'm going for Tsonga to knick a set off Nole too.Probably a tie break.

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