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Tennis Tips - June 17 - June 23

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oh!, hello my friends.

Yesterday we have very tough matches for betting... but today everything is more reliable in my opinion..

I got 3 bets that could be interesting..:

1. Struff wins 2-0 vs Djere + Federer Wins 2-0 vs Millman (@2.0 Bet 365).

2. Evans Wins a set + Fucsovics Wins a set (@2.073 Bet 365)

3. Berrettini Wins a set + Auger Wins a set + Bautista Wins a set (@2.086 Bet 365)

 

Why I'm picking this bets?.

Well, Struff is playing the best tenis of his career getting nice results last week in Stuttgart, loosing against the Champ... (and is playing grass in his country), vs Djere who already play only 2 oficial grass matches in his entire life, he has not experience in this kind of surface. Then, I think I dont have to explain why im betting for Roger (you know what happen when he play just well in grass)..
Then, Evans allready won 2 challengers in grass this year, with a record of 10 of 10 and is playing at home, with his people, is facing Stan Wawrinka a complete alergic to this kind of surface, is the first match of stan in grass this year, and he has a lot of problems trying to train due the weather last weeks... so, I think at least, Evans will win a set...
Fucsovics is facing an specialist of grass, the spanish López (champion in 2017), but Feliciano is getting old, and thesedays is the shadow of his good mood. Fucsovics its playing really great tennis, and, looking the odds, its worth to take that chance.

Then, the best surface for spanians is clay, but it is not for Bautista, he loves the grass, and is gonna play agains Fritz how is lack of experience in this surface, we are asking just for 1 set for Bautista, as well as 1 set for Berrettini (it is no recomended to bet for a recent champ, but Basilashvili winning in 2 sets???, i dont think soo)... And the last match is FAA against Dimitrov.. (the odds are really a joke, considering the lack of confidence of the Bulgarian in the last year...)... If the canadian plays just good as the last tournament, he will get a set againts Dimitrov... its a fact...
 

Well, have a good day!.- 
PD: my english is a mess, sorry about that.
 

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Struff to beat Khachanov at 2 with Unibet

I was impressed today’s performance of Struff and his victory over Djere. He obviously continues his good performance from last week when he played the semi-final in Stuttgart. In the way he serves I think it will be very difficult to break through.  Khachanov had some difficulties against Kecmanovic, but he still won. Struff looks more solid at the moment and he has a slight advantage here.

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Adrian Mannarino to beat Nick Kyrgios at 2.86 with Pinnacle

I guess that Kyrgios is going to start caring now that I'm going against him, but the odds make little sense given the situation. The rain delay certainly helps Mannarino more than Kyrgios and the Australian is going to go down if he plays like he did last week.

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Konta (vs. Ostapenko) + Kenin (vs. Jabeur) at 1.81 with William Hill

Nothing much to say here. Im not impressed with the victory of Ostapenko against Swiatek. I see Konta too much solid for her. I saw Jabeur against Kudermetova in Rosmalen and her game was as poor as her results of the last 8 months. I see Kenin so much better right now.

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Andreas Seppi (+1.5 sets) to beat Matteo Berretini at 2.25 with Boylesports

Going against Berretini again after seeing both him and Seppi in action. Seppi isn't getting any younger, but he's still very decent and I like his performances in Halle so far, he's yet to drop a set in three matches and that should be good for confidence. He also managed to beat the Italian in this tournament in 2018. The fact that Berretini is going to get a day off is somewhat problematic and it's why I'm going for the set handicap instead of the outright, but there should be some value in this one. (The other reason for me taking the set handicap instead of the outright is psychological, as I really want to get some of those Ws on the board and the handicap obviously has a better chance of coming in).

Fun Fact: The somewhat legendary Ruben Ramirez-Hidalgo tried competitive tennis again this week, but I guess that there's no coming back for the 41-year old veteran given that he was crushed 6-3 6-1.

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Struff win a set vs Khachanov + Herbert win the match vs Stakhovsky + Coric win the match vs Sousa at 2.32 with Bet 365.

 

Not much to say.... Struff is playing a brilliant tennis and is facing Khachanov who's not an specialist in the surface at all... + Herbert that won hes match against Monfils without too much problems facing Stakhovsky (dont like the physical and emotional way that he face the matches.. sometimes it seems that he dont even want to play tennis)... + Coric (needs to defend the title in halle) facing a decadent Sousa...
The logic says... no surprises here...
 

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10 hours ago, CzechPunter said:

 

Fun Fact: The somewhat legendary Ruben Ramirez-Hidalgo tried competitive tennis again this week, but I guess that there's no coming back for the 41-year old veteran given that he was crushed 6-3 6-1.

The one-sleeved bandit ?  Yes, a bit of a legend alright. I thought he'd be older than 41 by now 😀

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1 hour ago, Bettingboots said:

The one-sleeved bandit ?  Yes, a bit of a legend alright. I thought he'd be older than 41 by now 😀

Yep, that's him. I think he's coaching Ortega-Olmedo or something, not very successfully by the looks of things.

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Parlay at 4.87 with Betfair

Amanda Anisimova to beat (-1.5 set) Alizé Cornet at 2.50

I just feel Amanda could have too mutch for Alizé so I'm gonna try this random pick.

Angelique Kerber to beat (-1.5 games) Maria Sharapova at 1.95

Angelique destroyed Maria down under 18 months ago and could do the same here but I wont be surprised if Maria steals a set but Angelique as a defending SW19 champ should win this with at least 2 games to spare.

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Jelena Ostapenko to beat Petra Martic at 2.14 with Unibet

Yay, I won a bet - and I now hope that Ostapenko is going to double the tally tomorrow. She looked great against Konta today, striking very freely and having the same vibes as during that famous French Open run. Martic, on the other hand, seemed to have some minor ankle issues in her match, which could come into play overnight. Martic is the more consistent player of the two, but, based on today, I have to take Jelena at odds against.

 

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Parlay at 14.82 with Unibet

Diego Schwartzman to beat Daniil Medvedev at 3.85

As said above, no reason not to keep on rolling with Diego.

Barbora Strycova/Kristyna Pliskova over 21.5 games at 1.86

Got a feeling this match could go the distance.

Jelena Ostapenko to beat Petra Martic at 2.07

Following @CzechPunter on this one.

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Petra Martic to beat Jelena Ostapenko at 1.94 with Marathonbet

I will go against the general opinion here. I think Ostapenko will not maintain the level of playing that she had against Konta. Martic is player with a lot of variety and that can frustrate Ostapenko.

Krystina Pliskova +10,5 Games (vs Strycova) at 1.57 with bet365

Krystina is on a 5 winning streak (Sofia Zhuk, Pegula, Bouzkova, Tomova and Karolina Pliskova) and her serve is working so well. I think this match is a flip coin but this but this bet can be won even with a 2-0 for Strycova (if we have tight sets).

Julia Gorges to beat Putintseva at 1.61 with Marathonbet

Not impressed with the win of Putintseva against Osaka (I see her so mentally weak since Sascha Bajin and her broke their professional relationship. Putintseva will struggle on every game on serve so if Gorges is accurate with her serve she will have a big advantage against her.

 

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Pierre-Hugues Herbert to beat Borna Coric at 2.38 with Unibet

It's 2-2 in the matchup with P-HH winning both encounters on faster surfaces, once on grass in Wimbledon qualies 2014 in straight sets. Highly likely that we might see Borna coming up short here since P-HH i playing the best tennis of his singles career right now.

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Auger-Aliassime to beat Tsitsipas at 2.30 with Bet365

Tsitsipas almost lost yesterday from the French veteran Chardy, but eventually managed to beat him with two tiebreaks. He allowed  four breaks and many break points. FAA was incredible against Dimitrov, served incredibly and then against Kyrgios not allowed to be break. The Canadian defeated both of his matches against Tsitsipas so far and I see no reason not to continue his winning way.

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Another parlay at 22.09 with Betfair

Felix Auger-Aliassime to beat Stefanos Tsitsipas at 2.35

Felix serves excellent now, gonna be quite a task for Stefanos to break serve here and that spells DOOM for him.

Gilles Simon to beat Nicolas Mahut at 1.60

Gilles always had Nicos number because of his defense and return game and it will likely get the better of him this time also.

Julia Görges to beat (-1.5 sets) Yulia Putintseva at 2.50

Julia owns a 3-0 record in this matchup and 6-0 in sets and grass is one of Julias best surfaces while it's not Yulias best. Yulia may have beaten the no.1 but that's not so impressive when thinking of how the no.1's been playing lately.

 

Angelique Kerber to beat (-1.5 sets) Caroline Garcia at 2.35

Caroline looked tired yesterday and Angelique played ruthless in her last match when beating Maria Sharapova and Caroline has only taken a set off Angelique once in a match that counts, 2017 in Wuhan when she was at her best. Other than that match Angelique has beaten Caroline in straight sets 6 times and based on how both played yesterday it's looking increasingly likely it will happen again.

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