Daily picks

Sunday

Cincinnati
Dimitrov over Kyrgios in 3

Winston-Salem
Dolgopolov over Monteiro in 2
Baghdatis over Berankis in 2
Lajovic over Chrysochos in 2
Kuznetsov over Kicker in 2
Struff over Gombos in 2


Cincinnati record: 35-16

 

2017

Montreal record: 34-21

Washington, D.C. record: 23-11

Los Cabos record: 8-5

Kitzbuhel record: 5-6

Hamburg record: 17-13

Gstaad record: 16-11

Atlanta record: 19-7

Newport record: 14-12

Umag record: 12-14

Bastad record: 15-10

Wimbledon record: 94-30

Eastbourne record: 13-10

Antalya record: 15-10

Queen’s Club record: 21-8

Halle record: 22-6

Stuttgart record: 15-8

‘s-Hertogenbosch: 11-10

French Open record: 96-27

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

22 Comments on Daily picks

  1. All kids (big or small, guys or gals) go to bed right now? lol Why?

    All matches cancelled until tomorrow…by Cincinnati Organizers!

    This is my FINAL decision as said above somewhere!lol

  2. Friday Cincy:
    Nadal over Ramos-Vinolas in 2 (same as yesterday)
    Kyrgios over Karlovic in 3 (same as yesterday)
    Ferrer over Thiem in 3 (Ferrer has had some really nice results at this event in the past and Thiem’s chances are never as high on hard courts)
    Dimitrov over Sugita in 2 (this is what SHOULD happen but we’ll see)
    Isner over Donaldson in 2 (Isner is in clicnial form and has a great shot at the finals and maybe even his first masters title)

  3. UPSET POTENTIAL

    Sugita over Dimitrov in 3

    This is gonna be a close 3 setter (5-7, 7-6, 6-4) like their only H2H match of 07/2016

    Sugita has very good chances of winning as he has:-

    1) More experience on hard surface

    2) Better W/L Rec 18/6 for Sugita vs 15/5 for Dimi

    3) Sugita has the better momentum for quite some time from the grass season

    4) Sugita has come thru a stronger competition(Sock,Souza and Khachanov) than Dimi (won over an out of form Lopez and Del Potro).

    5) Since DADDY FED is doing badly, BABY FED (Dimi) will not be far behind?!lol

    6) Yugita has the slightly better stats. Dimi has the better serves but Sugita will win in the rallies/returns and might win a close 3 setter!

    BB = Over Slip 2= +$ Sugita

      • Ben,

        To answer your Q “How more experience on hard surface?”, there are 2 stats:-

        1) Sugita has Better W/L Rec on hard in 2017. Sugita has 18/6 vs 15/5 for Dimi.

        2) Dimi has played only 254 winning 163 matches on hard vs 455 matches for Sugita on hard winning 278 of those!

        So Sugita has played nearly 2X games more on hard than Dimi over their life times professionally!

        Experts, who you got in the Sugita over Dimitrov in 3 match?

  4. My bets for Today

    Thiem (Ferrer will give thiem enough time to crush his ground strokes)
    Isner (Isner looks to be in fine serving form)
    Sugita (I think sugita will get enough balls back to Dimitrov’s backhand and will break Dimitrov’s spirit)

    From Yesterday

    Nadal
    Kyrgios

  5. Why did some people go with Sugita? Dimitrov is a slam semifinalist this season. Big step up from what Sugita faced so far and Sugita was playing in his first masters quarterfinal.

  6. Who wins in the RAFAEL NADAL VS. NICK KYRGIOS QF match?

    Leaning on Kyrgios as is playing very well with increasing form and confidence with each match.

    Besides, Kyrgios leads 1-0 H2H matchup on hard!

    BB=Over

    Postings on this board is meant to discuss matchup’s and to get complete info. of the matchup (and not for stupid people like Chico who without discussing the analysis, just come out of the blue (like an ixxxx) and say, I lost money?

    If you agree with the analysis, say it. Why did you not tell whether you agree with it or not? If you bet it then you agree with the analysis.

    Who knows if you bet at all. If yes, post your bet slip, shut up and contribute to the discussion and enrich everyone’s knowledge.

    Either way you are responsible for your money. You have to do your own final analysis and bet. You are responsible for your own bet. Don’t blame anyone here sxxxxx, whether you win or lose. Got it Chico,Pico,shutupo!lol

    My upset analysis of David Ferrer(and 100’s of other bet analysis) won and many bet on it. Are you going to give me the profits you got on David Ferrer? No! So, shut up Chico!

    • Roger: where’s your Ferrer analysis? I don’t see it. Don’t say you predicted a Ferrer upset if you didn’t even mention it. Unless you also post as Benny G then I really don’t see where you predicted a Ferrer upset over Thiem today. I don’t see you posting your bet slips today. Do you just talk and never bet?

      P.S. If you want to swear, swear like a man instead of writing XXXXX whatever that means. Otherwise, just shuddup.

    • And yeah, sometimes I’m in a hurry because some people have to work here and just read the last predictions and put in a bet. And yeah, sometimes I lose and I like to complain about it because after reading a big all caps UPSET POTENTIAL, I like to put a bet on it. So, out of the 100 of bet analysis you made, how many were wins? I don’t see you posting your record here.

  7. Kyrgios hit the hardest backhand off such a small backswing. He’s off to a quick start. Looks relaxed. When he’s relaxed he’s tough. And when he’s playing he’s just so fun to watch. He had some great moments today against Karlovic. I think he is tied for my third favorite player with Muller. Except Muller brings his best effort more often which is a better aspect. But Kyrgios at his best is probably the most fun player to watch for me besides Stanimal and Roger.

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