Daily picks

Sunday and Monday
Raonic over Darcis in 3
Dutra Silva over Youzhny in 4
Trungelliti over Halys in 5
G. Muller over Garcia-Lopez in 4
Carreno Busta over Mayer in 3
Daniel over Janowicz in 4
Evans over Robredo in 5
Dimitrov over Robert in 3
Sock over Vesely in 4
Bedene over Harrison in 4
Kukushkin over Sandgren in 5
Bautista Agut over Millman in 3
Simon over Basilashvili in 4
Troicki over Donskoy in 4
Haase over De Minaur in 4
Nadal over Paire in 3
Thiem over Tomic in 3
Bolelli over Mahut in 5
Coric over Bourgue in 4
Johnson over Sugita in 4
Karlovic over Tsitsipas in 5
Zeballos over Mannarino in 5
Stakhovsky over Lu in 5
Goffin over Mathieu in 3
Pouille over Benneteau in 4
Bellucci over Lajovic in 4
Medvedev over Bonzi in 3
Ramos-Vinolas over Copil in 4
M. Zverev over Napolitano in 3
Schwartzman over Rublev in 3
Sousa over Tipsarevic in 3
Djokovic over Granollers in 3


 

 

 

2017

Lyon record: 17-8

Geneva record: 15-10

Rome record: 41-15

Madrid record: 42-11

Estoril record: 15-11

Munich record: 16-9

Istanbul record: 19-8

Barcelona record: 29-17

Budapest record: 13-11

Monte-Carlo record: 37-16

Houston record: 20-7

Marrakech record: 16-9

Miami record: 66-26

Indian Wells record: 57-35

Dubai record: 21-10

Acapulco record: 19-11

Sao Paulo record: 16-11

Rio de Janeiro record: 20-11

Delray Beach record: 22-5

Marseille record: 16-11

Buenos Aires: 16-11

Rotterdam record: 18-13

Memphis record: 13-13

Quito record: 13-3

Sofia record: 14-6

Montpellier record: 10-9

Australian Open record: 97-30

Auckland record: 18-7

Sydney record: 16-9

Doha record: 22-8

Brisbane record: 17-9

Chennai record: 15-12


 

2016

London record: 11-4

Paris record: 37-9

Basel record: 21-9

Vienna record: 17-12

Stockholm record: 20-7

Antwerp record: 15-10

Moscow record: 12-12

Shanghai record: 34-20

Beijing record: 24-6

Tokyo record: 23-4

Shenzhen record: 17-9

Chengdu record: 13-14

St. Petersburg record: 19-8

Metz record: 17-9

U.S. Open record: 89-31

Winston-Salem record: 28-17

Cincinnati record: 29-20

Olympics record: 41-16

Los Cabos record: 17-9

Atlanta record: 15-11

Toronto record: 36-16

Washington record: 31-14

Gstaad record: 12-11

Kitzbuhel record: 12-15

Umag record: 17-10

Hamburg record: 19-12

Bastad record: 20-7

Newport record: 19-7

Wimbledon record: 98-27

Nottingham record: 35-14

Queen’s Club record: 19-11

Halle record: 21-8

Stuttgart record: 1710

‘s-Hertogenbosch record: 17-10

French Open record: 93-30

Geneva record: 20-7

Nice record: 19-8

Rome record 41-13

Madrid record: 44-11

Munich record: 19-7

Estoril record: 20-7

Istanbul: 18-9

Barcelona record: 36-10

Bucharest record: 20-7

Monte-Carlo record: 40-15

Houston record: 14-11

Marrakech record: 18-8

Miami record: 60-30

Indian Wells record: 63-29

Sao Paulo record: 18-9

Dubai record: 19-10

Acapulco record: 17-13

Marseille record: 22-5

Rio de Janeiro record: 20-8

Delray Beach record: 18-12

Rotterdam record: 17-14

Memphis record: 15-11

Buenos Aires record: 16-11

Montpellier record: 15-10

Sofia record: 16-6

Quito record: 18-6

Australian Open record: 97-27

Auckland record: 14-11

Sydney record: 17-7

Doha record: 26-5

Chennai record: 20-7

Brisbane record: 20-7

2015

World Tour Finals record: 11-4

Paris record: 28-18

Basel record: 24-6

Valencia record: 14-13

Vienna record: 21-9

Stockholm record: 21-5

Moscow record: 18-9

Shanghai record: 39-16

Beijing record: 22-9

Tokyo record: 16-14

Shenzhen record: 20-7

Kuala Lumpur record: 20-7

St. Petersburg record: 18-7

Metz record: 16-9

Winston-Salem record: 22-22

Cincinnati record: 36-18

Montreal record:

Washington, D.C. record:

Kitzbuhel record: 18-7

Gstaad record: 21-6

Atlanta record: 21-6

Hamburg record: 19-11

Umag record: 19-8

Bogota record: 15-12

Bastad record: 13-14

Newport record: 22-7

Wimbledon record: 95-31

Nottingham record: 29-13

Queen’s Club record: 23-7

Halle record: 19-12

‘s-Hertogenbosch record: 18-9

Stuttgart record: 15-12

French Open record: 92-32

Nice record: 20-6

Geneva record: 19-8

Rome record: 29-10

Madrid record: 37-18

Munich record: 14-7

Istanbul record:18-6

Estoril record: 13-10

Barcelona record: 30-16

Bucharest record: 17-10

Monte-Carlo record: 36-19

Houston record: 18-9

Casablanca record: 12-13

Miami record: 63-31

Davis Cup first round record: 11-5

Dubai record: 27-5

Acapulco record: 25-6

Buenos Aires record: 20-7

Marseille record: 19-8

Delray Beach record: 21-10

Rio de Janeiro record: 19-12

Rotterdam record: 21-10

Memphis record: 18-8

Sao Paulo record: 13-15

Montpellier record: 24-3

Zagreb record: 14-13

Quito record: 15-7

Australian Open record: 96-31

Doha record: 21-10

Brisbane record: 18-9

Chennai record: 17-9

Sydney record: 11-14

Auckland record: 10-11

OVERALL through Buenos Aires/Acapulco/Dubai: 420-193

77 Comments on Daily picks

  1. Rafa in two; Cuevas in three.

    It’s time Rafa beats Djoko now, just like in MC2012.

    Cuevas plays with intelligence and guile to beat Zverev; I think if he plays like that vs Thiem, he may get a win too. Thiem didn’t look impressive vs Coric even though he won in straight sets; he was waiting for errors from Coric more than going for winners and looked physically tired to me.

    • Cuevas win possible but I don’t think it will happen because Cuevas has played four three setters this week so he should be exhausted too.

      • But Cuevas didn’t play much so far this clay season, not doing much at MC (QF), and lost in first match at Barcelona. Thiem is younger no doubt but he played more matches.

        I like Cuevas varieties and guile which I feel Thiem lacks; I hope Cuevas continues to play that way and gets a win. Hoping to see a Rafa/Cuevas final and see them pitching their varieties and guile against each other. We have Rafa, ARV, then Thiem in the clay finals so far in the big events, all better on clay than anywhere else, Cuevas is another so I hope he does reach the final here.

  2. Saturday Picks
    Semifinals
    Cuevas vs Thiem
    I thought Thiem would lose to Coric and he won in straight sets. Cuevas beat Zverev to get to the semifinal. He has been playing great on clay this season,but so has Thiem. I am going to have to go with Thiem. Thiem in 3

    Djokovic vs Nadal
    Djokovic and .Nadal will face each other the fiftieth time. Nadal has been playing brilliantly. Djokovic. Not so much. Prediction: Djokovic in 3

    • Joker in 3? I hope it is not a joke (!) with Nadal in tremendous form (and joker not) and everyone in the stadium rooting for Nadal!

      Nadal in 2 (85%) or Nadal in 3 (15%) is the realistic possibility,IMO!

  3. Thiem or Cuevas in 3. Over may be the pick here. Thiem can win in 3 as he is a lot fresher than Cuevas. Think Cuevas will not gas out in 2 like Coric(my wrong choice of over or 3 sets).

    Cuevas is in unbelievable form. He has won 4 matches all in 3 sets at Madrid against tough competition. This should kinda tire him out. Thiem will be fresher with only one 3 setter. Still Cuevas is a beast built like a wild ox with god given power, strength & skills. He starts slow (either loses 1st set or is very tight) but comes back and wins in the next 2.

    Besides Cuevas has already beaten Thiem in 4 sets (won the 1st 2 sets) in the FO – RG 2015 – Men’s Singles. So, he knows Thiems game and knows how to win against the smaller man thiem, having many weapons himself(powerful backhand etc.)!

    Having said this, why can’t Cuevas take this match to the decider (Thiem taking the 1st, Cuevas the 2nd)???

    Cuevas has all the skills, talent, power and determination to go to the 1st masters finals or atleast take it to the 3rd set which he has done always! Won’t he?

    Thiem may underestimate Cuevas (just like we all are overlooking Cuevas here) thinking that he may be tired for the many 3 setters (12 sets exactly). We should not forget that Cuevas himself is a clay expert (physically bigger & stronger than Thiem) and having beaten Thiem earlier in 2015! So, Cuevas may have the edge here, mental atleast!

    Being new to tennis, I may be wrong sometimes. I was wrong with Borna Coric(to fight hard and go over 21 games), today going by stats. But with Cuevas, i feel confident of 2 tight sets (like Thiem winning in 7-5,7-6 or 3 sets). Please correct my analysis if it is wrong.

    I got the analysis (and bet) of Kristina Mladenovic winning against Svetlana Kuznetsova, even tho every Tennis expert was on Svetlana on every website. Expecting Kristina to win tomorrow’s final also against Simona HALeP (I know everyone is on HALeP and may say help after the defeat of HALeP!lol) Any analysis or opinions here?

    • Hello Roger, people who follow WTA closely knew that Mladenovic will beat Kuznetsova. In addition, Mladenovic is in red hot form lately. Again, she will overpower Halep unless Mladenovic mentally breaks down but I doubt so since she has won St Peterberg and just played the final in Stuggart. I think Mladenovic in 3.

      Cuevas will beat Thiem in 3 and Nadal will fall to Joker.

  4. Roger I give Mladenovic a slight edge but anything can happen in a final. But yes, I would back Kristina if i had to choose.

    • Thnx guest. Tho I am a fan of Mladenovic, I finally bet on the over as I thought that halep being in great form will fight hard and take it to the decider. The same happened and unfortunately halep won but my bet(over) also won!

  5. Lol how can people say Nadal will lose to Djokovic, Djokovic is playing terrible it woudnt suprise me if he drops out of the top 4 by the end of the year

  6. Nadal to win but Thiem will fight and push total to over 20.5 games or into a 3rd set. Hopefully!

    Can upset nadal if he is tired from playing 14 matches i a row! fatigue has to set in at some point right?

    Thiem is younger, hungrier for revenge and can upset nadal if he underestimates thiem! Theim will change his strategy from the barcelona loss and fight hard and try for upset or atleast make it a 3 setter!

    BOL to all of us!

    • Rafa never takes any opponent for granted. That’s one problem with your analysis. Rafa knows what to expect from Thiem. Also Rafa doesn’t get tired when he’s winning. You don’t know him very well. Winning breeds winning and confidence.

      Rafa is physically very tough to take down in clay. Thiem is young and hungry, but it would take an exceptional effort from Thiem to beat Rafa.

      • Nativenewyorker, you are right. Rafa never takes any opponent for granted. That is also true. As human beings, we all become tired at some point. I do not know when nadal will show that in the match.

        nadal was expected to steamroll Thiem in the 1st(and 2nd set also). But rafa has struggled to win the 1st set, winning by a cat’s whisker in the tiebreaker because Thiem gave it to him.

        Huffing & puffing to a tiebreaker win(gifted by Thiem besides the 10’s of points by thiem) by nadal showns that nadal is tired but the lower IQ thiem is not able to take advantage of it fully.

        Short IQ=Thiem is placing the ball many times into the strong area of nadal. Thiem’s backhand is weaker than his low angle forehand shot. So thiem has to move left(like Rafa does) and take more shots with his forehand and place it for winners with his powerful inside out forehands to deep corners of the court. But thiem is continuing to use his backhand a lot which loses against rafa’s all power shots. Besides Thiem placing the ball in rafa’s strong areas or feeding his power shots. His trainer/coach is not analyzing rafa and changing thiem’s strategy. Else Thiem can beat rafa like 6-4, 6-4 easily. Thiem has the shots. Thiem & his team’s strategy is wrong. They have to attack nadals weak areas and not feed his strong areas besides reducing his spectacular shot making to simple winning shots and reducing his errors by 75%. Hope thiem ‘s team reads our analysis.

        The last shot in the tiebreaker, thiem tried to make it spectacular and overhit it. A simple volley (without so much force) would have been a clean winner as rafa was too far away to take it.

        Inspite of Thiem’s lower IQ and shortcomings, I expected Thiem to keep it closer than his last match loss of 6-4,6-1!…And Thiem is doing it…with nadal slightly tiring after 14 matches in a row. His motivation to win the title here besides Thiem’s inability to correct his falacies(as detailed above) will make Nadal win.

        But my bet of Thiem +6.5 & over 19 total games may just win I think.

        • My bet on nadal (in a parlay) may also win. As Thiem is not correcting his mistakes(detailed partially above) and changing his strategy in the 2nd set. Thanks Thiem for that and making my nadal bet win also besides meeting the above spreads!

          A straight up bet on nadal is not profitable. Nadal -605 ??? Hence parlay with nadal!

          What are your betting strategy guys.

          Just new to tennis and betting. I am still raw and need advice/help to improve.

    • Hehe..Roger..Thiem is welcomed to do as he wish…but the thing is,talking outside the court and do things inside the court is a very different thing..and Thiem is going to find out later…whether in an easy way or the hardway..let’s find out..shall we?

    • Nadal to win but Thiem will fight and push total to over 20.5 games or into a 3rd set. Hopefully!

      sorry, push total to over 19 (not 20.5) games which was the lowest limit offered by the bookies and I lapped it up! At this second the total has crossed 21 $$$!

      Another stupidty of Thiem. Feeding the ball straight to nadal at the net for being hit for winners. Not trying lobs or cross-court? Shows lower IQ than nadal!

      • Thiems lower IQ=Not trying even one drop shots(which even the ladies in WTA adopt a lot like Mladenovic, Sevastova etc.) even by seeing nadal using it more and more!? making a few drop shots in far corners of the net after pushing nadal beyond the baseline will make nadal run a lot and tire him out. Theim can easily win against a zapped out nadal.

        Few changes(detailed above) and Thiem can be World No.1. But who will tell Thiem and change him! Same with Alexander Zverev. Low IQ and not changing and mixing up their game will make them as prospects but not World No.1.

        It is surprising that these world class tennis players earning millions of dollars can have such low IQ! They are pros in Tennis, right?

        • Nah, Rafa was quicker than Thiem on the court because Rafa could anticipate better, not easy to drop shot Rafa on clay as he could glide into the point better than anyone else.

          Rafa used the drop shots wisely when he saw Thiem was way behind the baseline, mostly getting Thiem to run diagonally across the court to retrieve the shot, making him ran more. Thiem was having similar problem vs Murray at Barcelona, who drop shot him time and again, but that time Thiem managed to edge past Murray.

          I would say both Thiem and Zverev have not the varieties that the older and more experienced players like Rafa and Cuevas have, but they can get better when they become more experienced and learn to add in some more dimensions into their games.

  7. Roger its got nothing to do with Theim having a low iq, You dont know if hes smart or dumb. Theim was playing Rafa the best clay courter there is, Obviously hes going to be nervous and not go for winners all the time because hes scared he will fail. If you watch theim play other opponents he takes risks all the time but with Rafa he doesnt have the confidence he has with other players…..

    • Roger,

      You sound like a typical armchair tennis analyst. It’s easy to sit back and watch a match and criticize a player after the fact when you are not on the court.

      For one thing, drop shots do not always work when playing Rafa. He has such great movement that it’s not that easy to drop shot him at will.

      I also think your comment about Thiem having a low i.q. is unnecessarily harsh. He played a quality match and pushed Rafa quite a bit. Many of his tactics were working quite well. His serve was a real weapon in the match, helping him fight off all those set points and giving him an opportunity to take it to a TB. That TB went back and forth with both guys having chances to win the set.

      Thiem is a talented young player who is clearly on the way up. If it was simple or easy to take out Rafa on clay, then more players would have beaten Rafa. As it is, Thiem made Rafa work for it in that last game. He played an aggressive, intelligent match but he was up against the King of Clay who used his experience, guile and savvy to tough out a hard earned win.

      Thiem should hold his head high.

        • I am new to tennis betting but not new to playing tennis. Been playing for a long time. But I am always learning new stuff! Being a good elo rated chess player and having competed in multiple sports (mma, T&F etc.), have used the mental/psychological side to gain advantage over my opponents.

          Theim lost on the mental side and on the strategy side as detailed above.Being the smaller and weaker player compared to nadal, theim had to strategically & mentally beat nadal exploiting nadal’s many weaknesses, which he didn’t do fully (due to inexperience, fear of nadal, not improving his net play, his team not changing/mixing up his game to exploit nadal’s weaknesses(forehand, tiring out his extra muscles and make it a liability etc.). Roger (the federer, not me,lol!) does that beautifully, to some extent.

          • Thiem isn’t smaller size than Rafa. He hits harder with even higher topspin rate. You talk as if it’s so easy to exploit Rafa’s weakness! If it’s that easy, then everyone would be beating each other all the time and there won’t be dominance of the big three! You think Fed and Djoko don’t have their weaknesses that others could exploit? It’s just that all three of them are so good in protecting their own weaknesses by playing their own strength very well, not allowing many opponents to exploit them.

            Thiem is not of Rafa, Fed and Djoko’s caliber, if not he would have won a few slams by now, beaten all three of them often, etc and etc. To expect Thiem to be so ‘clever’ to exploit Rafa’s weaknesses is simply being unrealistic and asking too much of him. If it’s so easy, how come Fed couldn’t do it all these years? Fed barely edged past Rafa at the AO, he could also have lost it, I didn’t see Fed exploiting any weakness of Rafa’s.

      • Thiem should hold his head high. Sure, sure. He fought hard, bravely and made it a tight match which i predicted and won the bet on both Thiem and Nadal!

        Thiem, Goffin, Zverev etc. can easily beat Nadal(having the potential, they didn’t, which is what disappoints me) if they identify nadals weakness and exploit them (as detailed above). They are playing robotically like playing any other player and feeding nadals strengths and nadal beats them easily, always! No more nadal and thiem for me now. Lots of matches to analyze for today!

        • They can easily beat Rafa??? And Fed couldn’t, and you expect them to beat Rafa easily?

          Perhaps you like many others are assuming that the more attacking player should have won the match; but against Rafa the best counterpunching player, that’s not always the case. Rafa is one player who can exploit his opponent’s weaknesses and makes life difficult for his opponent.

          It’s Rafa exploiting his opponents’ weaknesses rather than they exploiting his, and that’s the beauty of Rafa’s game. He’s able to use different game plans vs different opponents. No one could dominate him, not even Djoko, who could only do it on HC but not on clay, that speaks volume about Rafa and his game.

  8. I get what your saying roger although your making it out like beating Rafa is a simple task. Yes these other player have potential to beat Rafa but you have to realise Rafa is in career best form and he’s nearly unbeatable on clay.

  9. I agree that D. Thiem was not mentally strong during match, but we are talking about R. Nadal, he is not one of the best players in clay he is the king of clay, just look at his stats on clay the are amazing.

    But even if thiem was mentally ready rafa would still be the favourite to win, he might not win but he would be the favourite to win.
    Another factor to consider is fatigue D. Thiem’s match against P. Cuevas started hours after nadal had defeated djokovic so i think fatigue played a role in his loss.

    d

  10. Speaking of fatigue i would love to see that policy adjusted a little bit especially in the finals, maybe from the quater finals to the finals, so that no player have an unfair advantage over the other.

    What do you guys think?
    Am i right or should it stay the same way, i will check back later for your comments.

  11. I believe an inform N. Djokovic or A. Murray would defeat this current R. Nadal in straight sets on clay court.

    What do you think, am i wrong?

    Not to take anything away from nadal his been terrific throughout this year both on clay & hard courts, his fans should be proud of him.

  12. Tuesday Rome

    As a big Goffin fan…
    Verdasco in 3

    Novak
    Andy
    Cuevas
    Paire
    Kyrgios
    Sascha
    Ferrer
    Escobedo.
    Isner
    Berdych
    PCB
    SCHWARTZMAN

  13. Tuesday:
    Goffin over Verdasco in 3 (tough call for me)
    Djokovic over Bedene in 2 (Nole could actually struggle here but I still think he wins in two)
    Fognini over Murray in 3 (this really an upset on clay?)
    Cuevas over Mannarino in 2 (Cuevas could make a run here)
    Zverev over Anderson in 3 (I give KA a set due to possible Zverev fatigue but AZ’s confidence wins the day)
    Lopez over Ferrer in 2 (two tight sets for the slightly more in form Spaniard)
    Kyrgios over Bautista Agut in 2 (NK powers through)
    Haas over Escobedo in 3 (XP trumps youth)
    Berdych over Berlocq in 3 (Berlocq is a quality dirtballer who has beaten Berdych before so I’ll give him a set but the Czech should have enough for his 600th win)
    Schwartzman over Sock in 3 (Sock seems to be playing better dubs than singles this clay court season)
    Mahut over Paire in 3 (these two have somehow never played so there’s not much to go off of from H2H so I’m picking the more mentally stable Frenchman)
    Carreno Busta over Simon in 3 (solid edge in form)
    Isner over Mayer in 2 (Big John wins consecutive matches at an event for first time all season and it somehow happens on clay)
    Cilic over Harrison in 2 (upset possible but I’m not picking it in this case)

  14. Hey guys does anyone know if Kyrgios is carrying an injury? I know he had hurt his groin not long ago but he didnt look as if he was struggling agaisnt Rafa more outplayed than anything.

  15. Another controversial call in the Cuevas/Mannarino match, where there is a dispute over where the mark is, reminiscent of the Nadal/Goffin match at MC, though not nearly as blatant. This one may have cost Mannarino a chance at pulling even in the first set.

    Interesting that once the umpire comes off his chair, he’s not allowed to ask the linespeople for their opinions about where the mark is. It’s effectively the umpire’s call alone, which seems ridiculous. I notice that they didn’t use Hawkeye in the instant replay; they it available in Madrid, but apparently not in Rome.

    • Joe Smith (AT 10:48 AM),

      Instead of writing every (almost?) day about the controversial call during the Rafa/Goffin match in MC (the point was replayed), you, a Fedfan, should keep reminding the GS readers of the mistake the umpire(s) did during the 2005 Miami final.
      During the 2005 Miami final between Rafa and Federer, Fed hit the ball OUT and Rafa should have had 3 break points after that, but the chair umpire did NOT call the ball out and Rafa lost the point after he returned the ball:

      https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C_3M74qXkAIS3pb.jpg

      • Nny

        I imagine Sascha is getting tired. But he really gutted it out for that win. KA is getting closer to his best. I was thinking KA could get dangerous by Wimby, or summer hc.

      • Yeah I picked Zverev in three for that reason. If Anderson was playing like he was pre injury I would’ve picked him probably but Zverev is still too confident at the moment. Still has to be pretty tired though.

  16. Goffin is the one I worry about most,lol. I’m like a mother hen about him!

    Was really hoping Verdasco would beat him. But the wee wizard carries on and on …

    • I guess we will see how much these young guys have left for the last warmup tournament.

      They get a week off to recuperate!

  17. This is just trivia but I thought it kind of fun:
    The Goffin vs Verdasco and Ferrer vs Lopez matches were going on at the same time practically in lockstep. Almost the same match duration.. almost the same scores with both Goffin and Ferrer losing the first set and winning the next two. Both Goffin and Ferrer lost same number of games. If you ignore the last names, both were D vs F and D won.

  18. Djoko plays ok, enough to win the match. Djoko’s overall game has regressed – the serve, the return, the precision and execution of his shots. However, he’s still good enough to beat most players, he just has to work a bit harder (sounds familiar, like the Rafa of 2015/2016!).

    I think it takes time and efforts before he can get back to his previous high level. I’m not sure Djoko has put in enough effort, at least not yet or not enough imo. He can’t get back his precision of shots just by a click of his fingers; he has to train and practice until he’s sharp and precise again; likewise for his serve and returns.

    I do feel that if his motivation and desires are still there and he putting in efforts, he should be fine by the second half hard court season.

  19. This isn’t Andy Murray’s night. It’s a Davis Cup atmosphere in Rome – lots of love for Fogna and he’s got a strong start. (which is not to say he can keep this level up) But he is being fabulous.

    Andy will need to win in 3. Come on, Andy!

    • Never thought Fog will flake in front of his fans on the verge of wiping out Andy in the 2nd set. Hence lost out on -6.5,-7.5 and -8.5 as Fog lost 3 games to Andy.Broke even with the -3.5 and -4.5 on fog tho!

      Learnt not to trust Fog fully! He is brilliant, talented etc. can be winning spectacularly and then fade suddenly, like against in 2nd set! Luckily he woke up just in time to close out a win and I broke even!

      Rat, you bet or just watch tennis? I used to watch, now do both!

      You follow women’s Tennis keenly? I do a bit!

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