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1 hour ago, money44 said:

Hsieh always so underrated .. now my Suarez Navarro bet is in question .. Probably will pass on it. @four-leaf I didn't expect u to think Daniel Evans would win Delray Beach.. It's a very unconventional pick.

Just beware that Svitolina won last year. She will probably try hard to retain it, given it's quite a prestigious title to win (just below the Grand Slams in terms of prestige).

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Pablo Cuevas to beat (-1.5 sets) Juan Ignacio Londero at 2.00 with Unibet

I would back Pablo to win in two sets all the way down to 1.60 if that would be the case in this one. Pablo is value atm. He is winning his matches in two sets whoever he meets if he wins. It's been the case for almost 3 weeks. Just look at him at AO when he beat Lajovic in straight sets, he is so focused and motivated to get back to top 30.

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its possible we can some craziness where Halep comes from behind at huge odds again .. she is that type of player .. although its very dangerous .. i'm going to wait for it .. I'd like to take 4/1 odds is possible , but i won't get it im sure

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2 minutes ago, money44 said:

I don't like the idea of betting against Bencic , because she is very solid .. but looking at 3/1 odds now .. I might wait one or two more points, then make a small bet on halep 

Bencic solid? Saw her in Hobart, she wasn't solid then.

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13 minutes ago, money44 said:

I respect your opinion @South_African_Punter .. I think Halep is going to win third set , and if she does .. I will have to roll the dice on suarez navarro

I bet on Bencic end of second set. Hoping for it to end well! Got it at @ 3.1.

Edited by South_African_Punter

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South African , get ready to pull the trigger on Suarez with me ... I'm going to bet large stake if Halep wins .. Believe me the odds is not accurate on this one .. Svitolina's health is in question .. she probably doesn't want to play halep again @four-leaf also .. i have already covered my bet on Halep sitting on a freeroll if she wins 

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Kateryna Kozlova to beat Madison Brengle at 2.10 with Unibet

Another try on a small underdog since Iga doesn't seem to win and I was wrong about her being best on clay. I only know she went far in Roland Garros once. Anyway Madison is nowhere to be seen for a long time and I think I rate Katerynas chances bigger on a indoor hardcourt in Europe. Had it been in North america I probably wouldn't have backed Kateryna but in Budapest I'll give her a chance.

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Pauline Parmentier to beat Ekaterina Alexandrova at 3.30 with Unibet

Upsets are bound to happen in Budapest and it's just a question of which match will be an upset and I pick this one because Pauline is as experienced as you can get. She can probably win important rallies in this match because she knows how to deal with being the underdog as she often is just that but I think she deserves more credit for playing the way she plays. She can be very difficult to deal with.

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On 2/20/2019 at 9:50 AM, bobix said:

Back Radu Albot (+1.5 sets handicap) to beat Nick "as*hole" Kyrgios at 1.81 with MarathonBet

I didn't bet on this one but was watching the match and what you said about Kyrgios being an asshole came true. Kyrgios was again acting a fool in the final set. Not sure if truly injured but his last set was typical Kyrgios and even managed to dance to the music on a changeover

His matches are really blacklisted for me no matter where he plays

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34 minutes ago, KennyDelight said:

I didn't bet on this one but was watching the match and what you said about Kyrgios being an asshole came true. Kyrgios was again acting a fool in the final set. Not sure if truly injured but his last set was typical Kyrgios and even managed to dance to the music on a changeover

His matches are really blacklisted for me no matter where he plays

Why are his matches blacklisted or what do you mean with blacklisted? You mean you will not bet on a match where he is involved? In this case you could have made some money on his antics.

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Back Zhe Li (+1.5 sets handicap) to beat Dudi Sela at 1.86 with MarathonBet

The jew is the bookies favorite and that should be all right. This is his second week in Bangkok, where he played and lost a final 4 days ago against Laaksonen. In this tournament, he went through the first two rounds relatively easy, hence all looking good so far. However, I smell a possible upset here, because his upcoming opponent is also showing good form and often it is not that easy to know what to expect from a match on challenger level. Li might produce a surprise and I like the odds on the Chinese to take at least a set.

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2 hours ago, four-leaf said:

Pauline Parmentier to beat Ekaterina Alexandrova at 3.30 with Unibet

Upsets are bound to happen in Budapest and it's just a question of which match will be an upset and I pick this one because Pauline is as experienced as you can get. She can probably win important rallies in this match because she knows how to deal with being the underdog as she often is just that but I think she deserves more credit for playing the way she plays. She can be very difficult to deal with.

 

I was also looking at this matchup and I like your pick. Since the odds are so high, I am happy to take my usual set handicap, trying to remain on the "safe" :lol side.

Back Pauline Parmentier (+1.5 set handicap) to beat Ekaterina Alexandrova at 1.91 with BoyleSports

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Back Felix Auger Aliassime to beat Jaume Munar at 2.40 with Expekt

As expected the clay court specialist Spanish guy moved to South America after the AO, rather than "wasting" his time on indoor tournaments. His results were quite good by reaching the quarter-final both in Cordoba and Buenos Aires. During this period he played 5 three-setters, so I would expect him to show signs of tiredness once again in the QF. Moreover, in the form of Auger Aliassime, he will face a difficult opponent. After easily eliminating Fognini in the first round, the young Canadian prodigy took revenge on Garin yesterday, who defeated him in Buenos Aires a week ago. Albeit losing to Munar twice last season (both time on clay), I really fancy his chances in this matchup and I consider the odds favorable as well.

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