Daily picks

Sunday
Dimitrov over Goffin in 3
Kontinen/Peers over Kubot/Melo in 3




London record: 8-5

2017

Milan record: 12-3

Paris record: 24-22

Basel record: 22-9

Vienna record: 21-10

Stockholm record: 18-8

Moscow record: 11-15

Antwerp record: 15-11

Shanghai record: 38-14

Beijing record: 20-8

Tokyo record: 17-9

Shenzhen record: 8-3

Chengdu record: 4-5

Metz record: 13-9

St. Petersburg record: 11-11

U.S. Open record: 91-35

Winston-Salem record: 33-13

Cincinnati record: 36-16

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

66 Comments on Daily picks

  1. Karolina Pliskova is back, come on baby lets win this title.

    Roger Federer will also win the US OPEN.
    Every time R. Federer wins his 1st & 2nd match he makes it to the finals and most times wins it, except when he wants to show a little compassion.

    Roger Federer wins with humility in his heart, he loses with grace and does both with dignity.

    Roger is the best- R.I.T.B 4.0

  2. 1) Coco Vandeweghe to win vs L. Safarova.
    2) Daria Kasatkina to win vs K. Kanepi(not sure).
    3) M. Keys to win vs Elina Svitolina.
    4) S. Stephens to win vs Anastasija Sevastova.
    5) Petra Kvitova to win- vs Venus Williams.

    • Well done Coco Vandeweghe keep playing your best one day it will pay up.

      I had doubts with D. Kasatkina and i posted in the previous page or page 126 that Kaia Kanepi is playing amazing and she hasn’t lost a match on hard court this year all those wins were in this tournament.
      http://www.tennisexplorer.com/player/kanepi/
      Well done! I hope you don’t keep it up cos my baby(Karolina Pliskova) needs to win the title.

  3. R.I.T.B 3.0,

    You are a true fan and i love your confidence but don’t wish that Rafito meets Fed cos it won’t pretty.
    R. Federer in 3 sets or maybe 4 if he meets R. Nadal, R. Federer will win his 3rd Slam this year.

    If R. Nadal defeats Federer(that won’t happen) all is good cos Rafito deserves it, he has been phenomenal this year especially on clay and very competitive on all surfaces.

    His next match Andrey Rublev won’t be easy even if Rafito wins in 3 sets it would be tight, i have not made my final decision on that match, Rafa & Rafans need to be careful cos there is a storm coming and no one can weather it(maybe in the QF but definitely in SF).

    Having said all that am wishing U & others the best.
    Take care!

  4. R. Nadal to win at 1.10 odd.
    A. Rublev to win at 7.00 odd.

    Don’t make me bite this cookie cos i think it would taste good, real good.
    I just hope that there are no worms in it.

    This match would definitely go over 30.5 games at 1.90 odd.
    A. Rublev can take a set which means Plus 2.5 sets for him positive handicap at 2.40 odd, i have not made my final decision on this one.

    I am playing multiple slips 2day so i can try different options as long as the potential winning in 1 slip covers my original stake in all slips with good profits, i might pick A. Rublev to win directly(money line) at 7.00 odd in one slip or A. Rublev to win & over 30. 5 games at 9.10 odd, i might also pick Rafito to win in 1 or more slips but his odd is not worth it.

    I might avoid this match later if there are better options on the table & after some research but i don’t think i will avoid this match, plzzz don’t try this at home/picks except if you are playing more than 1 slip & have the confidence like i do.

    Sometimes i think am a lion in a human body lol! Please be careful there are better options on the table like strawberry, ice cream, apple etc lol! This cookie might have some worms in it but i like it, i don’t like rejecting a gift it’s disrespectful.

  5. Stan the sweet man and other experts,

    I have couple of questions for you and other experts here.

    1) Was my shortman really injured(groin) vs Pouille? If yes, how Badly?

    Will this injury really make him lose 3-0 to PCB?

    If shortman is not injured or can recover(with whatever treatment) and move freely on the court like he always does, he should beat PCB in 4 or 5.

    Waiting for update on my shortman’s Injury. He has definitely earned my respect for fighting fearlessly and beating many top ranked players!

    2) What are your bets in the Anderson vs Querrey match?

    I am leaning on Anderson to win. because of the below reasons:-

    i) Anderson has won 3 of the last 4 latest H2H matches on hard (since 2014)!

    ii) Anderson has emerged from a tougher draw. Querry’s 4 wins looks rosy as he beat 4 weak players.

    iii) Anderson has the better winning % on hard(66%) vs 60% for Querry.

    iv) Anderson was World#10 before injury and is determined to get back to that top position. His World#10 ranking shows that he has more skills and is more experienced. He is also the more consistent player of the two.

    As Querry will have 100% of the fanatic home crowd support, he will fight and push the match to 4 or 5 sets. As both have good form on hard, this match should go to 4 or 5 sets.

    BB = Over here for me.

    Wat abt u experts?

    3) Why did Mischa Zverev lose so badly to Sam Querry? I did not watch that match.

    Was Mischa injured or sick or tired? Else he wouldn’t have lost so badly. He was expected to win in 5 if he was healthy!

    4) Can Sevastova the uber-talented Latvian girl beat the home fav Sloane stephens today? Leaning on over or 3 sets to hit here.

    What and who you got experts?

  6. Sweetie(R.I.T.B 3.0) i love your confidence i really do, i like U but Fed is the boss this year no matter what happens.

    He will bring his A game OK and U won’t like it cos it won’t pretty, maybe U & I should fight first, because the result might determine who wins FEDAL’s match.
    Are you in or out?

    By the way, do you play tennis or other sport?
    Or do U just love watching it?
    Or is it both?

    • I posted in the wrong page again, what’s going on?

      Rogerlicious,

      I just saw your comment i haven’t read all of it but i didn’t watch D. Schwartzman’s match, the showed the replay yesterday but i was too busy to watch, i will watch some highlights later or download it if it’s available.

      How are U doing bro. & how is your family?
      I sent you an email have you read it?

  7. I posted some picks yesterday and i will be conducting a final research today.

    The quarterfinals is the best time to win big in a tennis tournament and i want to win BIGLY, there are many good matches in ATP, WTA, DOUBLES & maybe in mixed doubles but i might not pick from there.

    This site(WTAADDICT) found me yesterday and you might like it, i was searching 4 a different site when this one was hacked yesterday and i go by the name SweetStan there, me and founder are becoming good friends and she is sweet but we will see.

    In a few minutes i will start my final analysis and won’t post much because of research and work also, i only have 20-30 minutes to chat after that it might take some few hours b4 i post again.

  8. I don’t see R. Nadal winning this match in 3 easy sets.
    Rafael Nadal might lose in 3 sets or 5 sets, no one will win this match in the 4th set.

    If Rafito wins, he will win in the 5th sets or 3 tight sets.

    But i think Andrey Rublev will win in 3 sets or 5 sets.

    Let’s see what happens.
    #Hecandoit!
    #Amwithhim!

    • Sorry Rublev, you can’t do it yet. You are still too young and immature!

      Nadal ML,-7.5 wins! initially (yesterday) I thought that Rublev will get more than 10 games or even win a set and posted the same!

      Changed decision today afternoon b4 match as I felt that Rublev will be tired from playing 2 or 3 doubles matches this week with Khachanov and will have sluggish movement and skanky legs unlike his match with Dimitrov and Bedene! So playing nearly 7 or 8 high level matches (singles & doubles) or 1 high level match a day is too much for any player esp. for an young inexperienced player like Rublev playing a professional Killer/murderer like Nadal (Wait, wait, wait…I am not accusing Nadal of doing something Criminal! Nadal kills only in Tennis, not in real life. Ok, I take that back also! Nadal kills in real life also with his humblesness and love for his worldwide fans!Ha,ha,ha…)

      #He(RUBLEV)CAN’Tdoit!
      #IAmNOTwithRUBLEV!
      #IAmWITHwithNADAL!
      Ha,ha,ha…

  9. I watched Rafito’s press conference after he defeated A. Rublev he is really funny.

    I like Juan Martin Del potro a lot but i didn’t want him to defeat R. Federer but he did, well done to him!
    I wish him(Del Potro) the very best, i also wish R. Nadal the best but…

    Roger i responded to that important stuff, you need to check,

  10. 1) Venus Williams to win.

    2) Coco Vandeweghe to win.

    3) Pablo Carreno to win but he is not the favourite and i initial picked K. Anderson but this guy(P. Carreno) has not lost a set so someone is taking something lol!
    I play multiple slips so i like the over games because i don’t see this match ending in 3 sets.

    4) Del Potro to win, over games can hit.

    This is an official pick from my headquarters not like the A. Rublev pick, i was Joking & i didn’t want R. Nadal to get hurt by R. Federer.
    I was still supporting A. Rublev because i care about Rafa.

    If R. Nadal wins this match then there is a strong possibility that he will win the trophy and he deserves to win it.

    About Pablo Carreno’s match i am not 100% sure but they way he has been playing is impressive, he is losing the H2H and K. Anderson is a good server and the better player on hard court but Pablo is improving on hard court so…
    Tomorrow when i start researching this match i will give my final pick but i don’t any of them will change.

    Enjoy the matches!

    • Great Picks Stan,

      But why will CoCo win today? What advantage does she have. I know she is playing well. But so is Keys,right?

      Didn’t she lose 2 times recently to Madison Keys?

      Hope you clarify quickly and reduce the confusion.

      Already everybody here is confused regarding who will win between Delpo and Nadal.People doing non-stop analysis but not coming to a single solid conclusion(then how can they bet?)…and then you throw a CoCo bomb on top of that?!Ha,ha,Ha…

      Bombs with analysis is Ok but only Bombs or CoCo Bombs(picks) are bad!lol,lolllll….

  11. Sitting on a Del Potro 32-1 ticket. Hedging it some with Rafa to win. I think whoever wins that match wins the final fairly easily, but with how this tournament has gone, who knows.

  12. Fsutomahawk,

    What does 32-1 ticket mean?

    @Roger,

    I will respond soon just saw your comment but if you don’t like Coco go with your picks, am not betting on this matches because I have placed a different bet and I will reserve my strength for tomorrow.
    I will respond when i have checked this match again but I like the over 21.5 games, I will respond soon.

    Did you get the message I sent you?

    • Coco Vandeweghe vs Madison Keys- H2H 1-2
      http://www.tennisexplorer.com/match-detail/?id=1606315

      Coco has lost to M. Keys twice this year please check the link, but I think those 2 loses will be an extra motivation for Coco to win because she is a good player and a very smart one.
      I have predicted throughout this tournament and most times/maybe few times bet that M. Keys will win all her matches, I also predicted that she would defeat E. Svitolina on this page and other sites as well.
      I picked her to defeat E. Svitolina, the match to go over games and Madison to win & over games.

      We learn 4rm our loses than from our wins and if Coco Vandeweghe can’t defeat M. Keys after 2 recent loses this year, one in a final and the other in the previous tournament then I will be disappointed in her but I don’t think I will.

      Both players are good and either can win, M. Keys is a very good play but-

      1) Coco Vandeweghe to win at 2.30 odd(fake underdog).
      2) Over 21.5 games at 1.70 odd.
      3) Coco to win & over 21.5 games at 3.85 odd
      I like Coco to win but I am not betting on WTA today, I have placed some bets already and I don’t want to transfer some money into my betting account again cos I have a limit each day and I have reached it, I will miss this match and regret it later but that’s OK, I am reserving my some of my strength for tomorrow.

      One more thing, OK I will post another comment on ATP doubles soon this comment is already too much.

      I wish you the best bro and please go with your heart and your own pick.

  13. Stanley, it means I bet on Del Potro to win the US Open before it started at odds of +3200. That means for every dollar wagered, you win 32. 32-1 odds. I also had a 9-1 ticket on A Zverev, but that is toast long ago.

    • @Fsutomahawk,

      I wish you the best, if Del Potro wins his semifinal you have won the bet because he will win the final match.
      You did well, I won’t have picked Juan Martin del potro to reach the semifinals but well done!

      • About ATP doubles let’s have that conversation tomorrow but if you still need my analysis I can give it in a few minutes but I think I need some time.

        1) I picked Henri Kontinen/John Peers vs Jean-Julien Rojer/Horia Tecau- to end in 3 sets I.e over 2.5 sets it was successful, there was reason why I picked it but the explanation will take long, if I picked a winner it would have been H. Kontinen & J. Peers but I went with the 3 sets.
        2) I also picked Bob Bryan/Mike Bryan to win in 3 sets but they lost in 3 sets to Feliciano Lopez & Marc Lopez, I should have just picked over 2.5 sets but I thought they Bryan’s would win.

        I think Jean-Julien & Horia Tecau will win the trophy.
        Roger are you sleeping, while i am doing your homework for you?
        This is friendship abuse, am telling the principal lol!
        Please wake up!

        • Stan, i am going to sleep soon. When you talk to the principal get me an A+!

          When you sleep, I will do your homework. That is what friends do!lol

          That is what friends do….abuse(support) each other to help each other!lol

  14. Coco Vandeweghe disappointed after playing so well in this tournament, defeating my Karolina Pliskova and other good players as well.
    She is not ready to win BIGLY.

    • I have picked M. Keys & S. Stephens to win all their matches in this US OPEN tournament and the one time I went against them(Semifinals) for some good reasons they showed me who is boss.

      Now they both play in the final and how am I supposed to know who is THE BOSS OF ALL.

      When Sloane Stephens played V. Williams I knew S. Stephens was leading in the H2H 1-0 & now 2-0 but Venus is the more experienced and to be honest the better player, but sometimes the better player/team loses.
      Forget her age cos she has defeated many exceptional players who are younger than her by more than decade.

      I know I said you should forget her age but one thing i have noticed about Venus is that when she reaches the latter stage of a tournament something goes wrong, she struggles to become a threat to her opponents that’s not going to win you a Slam, maybe it’s not her fault but opponents who seem to have improved a lot.

      Sloane Stephens is leading Madison Keys in the H2H 1-0 just like she lead V. Williams
      1) http://www.tennisexplorer.com/match-detail/?id=1606462

      2) http://www.tennisexplorer.com/match-detail/?id=1606115

      But just as V. Williams was the more experienced and maybe the better player(some might disagree), M. Keys to me is the better player and I have picked her to win tough matches when most here & elsewhere didn’t see it coming.

      I like S. Stephens cos she is balling and she & Madison have made me some nice profit not too big, not too small just cool profits.
      Could Sloane do to Madison what she did to Venus, it’s possible but some might say M. Keys is younger & V. Williams is a little older(fair argument) but Sloane didn’t win because of Venus’s age she won because she is a good player and sometimes very good players beat the best e.g R. Federer vs Del Potro(no excuse for that lose).

      I didn’t bet in the semifinals of WTA, if i had i might have lost, I say might because I play multiple slips targeting a higher odd that covers my total stake with huge profits, I also contradict some of my original prediction in my 4th or 5th slip just in case something goes wrong, in my opinion this is the best way to bet especially when a match is hard to predict.

      I might/will bet in the final match of WTA but I might give my final prediction after I have had some breakfast, you know what they say when a man/woman is hungry right?
      I said I MIGHT give my final prediction, might because this match tough, one person might pick Madison Keys another Sloane Stephens but how when you are playing just 1 slip it might be difficult.

      One more thing cos I know I have written a lot, when someone makes a prediction that contradicts yours go with your own pick if you are sure of it or correct or express your doubts about that prediction before the match.
      Honestly it is immature and not right to laugh or mock someone after there prediction has failed.

      I have corrected countless of picks and most times maybe 90% of the time I was right, and not once can I recur mocking someone after their picks have failed except if they are just silly.
      You don’t have any bragging right correcting a pick after the match is over, it is better to correct a prediction and when you are right let it go don’t mock the another guy cos no one gets it right all the time.

      • @Roger

        I got you an A plus, Jean-Julien Rojer & Horia Tecau won in 2 sets, they won the trophy as mentioned above.

        1) I picked jean-julien Rojer & Horia Tecau to win 1st set and match, i also picked them to win in 2, the were successful.

        2) I picked Yung-jan Chan & Martina Hingis to win it came through , i also picked the over 2.5 sets i.e the match will end in 3 sets it failed.

        Congrats to Jean-Julien Rojer & Horia Tecau.
        Roger are you related to Rojer?

        • Next Juan Martin Del Potro & Sloane Stephens.

          I am not confident but i like the over games, you stay neutral that way.

          Where are you?
          Are you cooking lol?
          Are you on date or something?
          Is she beautiful?
          Don’t let her order something above your wallet OK.
          Don’t split the bill, be a man.
          Are you a Real Man or a Big Boy?
          Where are you bro?

  15. I like Del Potro & Sloane Stephens to win but since i am playing multiple slips, i will go with the over games with other games in WNBA playoffs & soccer.

    I will contradict my original pick and back R. Nadal & over game & M. Keys money line and also over games in my 4th slip, but Vamos Del Potro & Stephens!

    • Pablo carreno & Kevin Anderson’s match might go over 3.5 sets either 4 or 5 sets.
      I think it will go to the 5th set at 3.95 odd or just pick over 3.5 sets it’s safer.

      Nadal vs Del Potro can also reach the 5th set at 4.00 odd but over 3.5 sets or over games is better.

      Vamos Del potro

  16. This match will end in 4 or 5 sets, R. Nadal might win but i believe Juan Martin Del Potro will be the victor.

    Over games.
    Over 3.5 sets, likely in 5 sets.
    Del Potro to win.

    If R. Nadal wins he deserves the trophy.

    Enjoy the match ok!

    • Liverpool to beat Man. City, i love U lol! But that match will be hard, i like the over 2.5 goals or x2(Liverpool to win or draw).

      I am a Liverpool & a Barcelona fan but i am no longer as passionate as i used to be.

      #NeverWalkAlone

      Vamos Delpo baby(for sure)
      Vamos Rafa(maybe)

      • 1) Pablo Carreno plus 2.5 sets- in.
        2) Over 3.5 sets- in.
        3) Over games- likely.
        4) Pablo Carreno to win- difficult.
        I contradicted my original pick in a different slip so
        5) Kevin Anderson to win.

        I placed this bet with other matches that have been successful and some are still remaining cos the have not started.

        Kevin Anderson is leading in the 3rd set 5-2.

        Vamos Del Potro!

    • Alison,

      I have the same picks like you.

      But why will “Keys win the title, and Liverpool to beat Manchester city this weekend ….”?

      I am looking for solid reasons for a Madison and Liverpool win before I place a bet in the next couple of hours!

      A lot of people are on Sloane. I know she is tough and has great defensive skills like Wozniacki. But great defensive people like Woz, Halep, Sloane etc. are beaten by bigger opponents who have more power in everything (serves,FH etc.)

      Awaiting your detailed reasoning/logic for your above great picks, Alison.

  17. Kevin wins as detailed in analysis above! Yeeeeh!

    Anyone thinking/thought of PCB is….Huge difference in skills and power. No Brainer!

    Congrats to all the Kevin lovers and bettors!

    Vamos Kevin!lol

  18. Roger my picks are more about wishful thinking lol, i like Rafa, Maddie and Liverpool FC, i really love the Liverpool / Manchester City rivalry, and some of their recent matches have been superb, IMO its one of the best rivalries and match ups in the EPL,Maddie has a great all round game and absolutely thrashed CV, and i would really love to see Rafa win another GS, and it been a HC one makes it all the sweeter, but as i say probably all wishful thinking expecting to get all three right ….

  19. Man. City vs Liverpool- over 2.5 goals as predicted above.
    Liverpool has a red card Sadio Mane.
    Time- 60 minutes.
    Current Result- 3-0.

      • Stan the sweet man!,

        What is going on?

        I am in love with this girl!

        I love her dress too. etc. etc.

        STOP it. Don’t go any further!lol

        We understand how deep your love is for Sloane and for all your grown up babies (Karolina Pliskova etc.)!Ha,ha,Ha…

        Jokes aside, congrats Stan on your big Sloane win and other picks.

        You are on fire man! Call a fire engine!lol Your grown up girl babies can help!Ha,ha,ha…

    • Alison, we cannot win all the bets. No one wins. Some days we lose and some days we win.

      That is why I adopted Stan’s strategy of multiple slips per match so I always end up in profit even if I lose one bet! I overcompensate a loss (or profit also) with live bets. But LB’s are very dangerous. You need to have your spider senses ticking and need to know what is happening in every game. The overall result will not show what kind of volcanoes erupted and quelled within each game! When I watched Madison playing badly in the very 1st game of the 1st set, I began to hit Sloane hard(not physically but with my bets!lol I won’t hurt a fly but will use all my god given mma talents to take out any enemy!lol) and made 10X+ profit! I ran out of money else would have bet more on Slaone and made more profits!

      For Madison to win, she had to impose her game and power with accurate shots like Nadal does! I am really surprised that Madison didn’t do it even after training @ the Nadal Academy in Mallorca, Spain.

      A good player plays just 1 or 2 games bad and then recovers. But Madison didn’t recover (change her game plan,strategies etc. 2 win) for the complete 2 sets having all the skills, power and experience in the world. That is really baffling to me! Nadal loses a few games or a set but overcompensates with revenge, determination, focus, more energy, power everything…that is why I love players like Nadal. Nadal will give everything he has got and will fight for every point to win at all costs. Hope Madison can watch Nadal and learn something. She is gifted with power, skills and talent (and should have slaughtered Sloane just like she did to vandeweghe through adaptation of her shots)….but she should know how to use it…and not give up when she meets a tough and determined player like Sloane!

      Alison, hatrick will not happen. Your and our Rafa will do what it takes to win. He will win in 3 or 4 (mostly) or 5 sets…or in whatever it takes. Therefore, I bet on Nadal ML,-6.5(small), over(small). Will bet bigger in LB to compensate if Nadal turns in a Madison performance!Ha,ha,ha…Otherwise also (when Nadal turns in his typical Nadalesque performance, as usual!)…

      BOL to you Alison and to all expert members of tenngrand.com for the Grand Finale!

  20. Wanted Maddie to win but i can live with the result, and congrats to Sloane Stevens too by the way, the Manchester City V Liverpool result is quite painful, really didnt expect it to be so one sided, hope the last pick goes my way, dont want to go to work tomorrow morning feeling completely miserable ….

  21. Today the United States of America remembers the innocent lives who lost their precious lives on 9/11 and the brave men & women who risked their lives in order to save innocent lives.

    May God bless this brave Heroes!
    May God bless the United States Of America!

    USA!!! USA!!! USA!!!

    • God job Stan for reminding all of us of this horrific terrorist attack on America and its people.

      Yes, we need to remember all the lives lost and repay in kind! Trump, what you doing about it?

      Stan, what are your WTA picks for today?

      I posted my picks in the WTA page. There are many flakey fights. If you can do some analysis and catch some culprits or upset-mongers and let me know I will really appreciate it.

      I know that few canadian dogs will bite. But can you identify which C. Dogs will bit (and quarantine them!lol) and which are harmless (and will lose gracefully)!lol

      You need to hurry as the Canadian/Quebec Open matches are starting in the next 20 minutes or so!

      • I picked some WTA yesterday but a match spoiled the whole thing.

        I plan on betting tomorrow or in the next 4 hours(some MLB, NFL, WTA(tomorrow matches) WNBA playoffs.

        If i am not done researching 2day because of time, i will place this bets 2morrow.

        • Rafans need to stop hacking this site, just because R. Federer is the best doesn’t mean you have the right to hack this website, delete Lovely articles & comments about Roger Federer or claim that R. Nadal won the 2017 US OPEN.

          Everyone knows that Rafito didn’t win the 2017 US OPEN, so please stop hacking our site.

          #Rafansarejealous
          #JealousFreaks
          #Lol!

          • Stan,

            “Everyone knows that Rafito didn’t win the 2017 US OPEN, so please stop hacking our site.”-That’s true

            What are your bets for today in ATP and WTA?

            • “Everyone knows that Rafito didn’t win the 2017 US OPEN, so please stop hacking our site.”-That’s true!LOL,LOL,LOL…

            • I missed this comment yesterday, i didn’t comeback again after i made some few comments on other pages.

              I didn’t bet yesterday and i might not bet today, we will see.
              Wta is risky, especially when top players are missing, every dog wants to bite cos the Bosses are not home, it’s competitive and young talents can dream a little cos Mummy is resting.
              The odds are not bad cos There are less favourites.

              There are no Atp tournament available only Atp challengers, i might wait 4 the next tournament but if i can’t wait i will go for some NFL, Soccer(UEFA champions League today or Europa), WNBA, MLB(don’t like baseball it’s too dicey, anyone can win).

    • Hey Stanley i’ve always seen you commenting on your betting predictions on this website. Ive gained some insights from the stuff you have commented on upcoming matches but I have been curious to how much you’ve actually made from betting on tennis fixtures. You don’t have to say a numerical amount but like a percentage increase from your initial betting pool of money would be cool to know. Again you don’t have to tell me if you don’t feel inclined but I am generally curious about it.

      • Thanks Pkench 17!

        I can’t give you a number cos some might try to kidnap me lol! I am joking.
        I have made some good profits in tennis & other sports at least from my perspective, what might be big to me might be small to you vice versa and we might be using different currencies.

        I have had winning streaks and losing streaks and if you have read my comments in the past then you might have read the strategy that i use(multiple slips) when i bet.
        If you haven’t i can explain it again later or point you to previous comments that i have made, i believe it’s the best way to bet, it has some disadvantages but i think it’s the best.

        I like this strategy cos it gives you different options and even when i am on a losing streak, i cover my loses immediately when i win once or twice.
        I target a particular odd when i bet and when i have made some good profits i invest between 50%-70% of my profits elsewhere.
        It is not wise to leave all your profits in your betting account because you might be too ambitious or bet it all and i have done that b4 when i was young in this and i cried for days lol!

        It is also wise to have a separate banking account when you bet, that way you monitor your loses but mainly your profits.

        Thanks 4 the kind words Pkench 17, when some are praised they get encouraged but when i am praised a lot i get discouraged and i don’t want to walk on eggshells lol!
        Don’t misunderstand i truly appreciate your words i really do, so thanks again.

        This is just an example don’t take it literally- if the total amount i staked in the US OPEN was 10 at the end of the tournament i made 45, i almost quadrupled my total investment.

        Do you have a favourite tennis player in ATP or in WTA?
        And is tennis your favourite sport?

        • Yea tennis is by far my favourite sport. Im an Aussie so my favourite player is Kyrgios, I’ve lost faith in Bernie. Im just starting to get into tennis betting. Im not sure if ill be good at it so i just a hypothetical betting situation to practice my slips. So I gave myself 30 credits and chose multiple 5 cedit bets to see if i would have made a profit. Since the US ive converted this to over 60 credits, so basically doubled it. However its all hypothetical so i made nothing 🙁 but if this success continues i will put an investment into betting and hopefully make some profit

          • @Pkench17

            Nice!

            I do wish you the best and be careful ok.
            If you are not good at it let it go, there are other investments that will favour U.

            We should invest in things that we love but more importantly we have to be good at it.
            Making a prediction is not the same as betting, betting is hard cos you put your money where your mouth is and there is a target(odds).

            For example when R. Federer played Tiafoe Francis in the 1st Round of USO, Fed’s odd was at 1.03, Tiafoe was at 11.85(some sites offered a little more some less).
            Most people if not all will pick RF to win and that’s not a bad pick, i picked R. Federer but i didn’t bet that Roger Federer will win directly(money line) because the value/odds were low.

            You will make 30 in profits if you use 1000 to aim at 1.03 odd.
            A million will give U 30,000.
            I don’t think it’s what the risk and no one with a million will aim for thirty thousand but if they do i think it’s silly(IMO).

            On August 27, 2017 at 3.08pm(page 125) i predicted and did bet that this match will go over 28.5 games(you stay neutral this way) i can’t remember the odds maybe 1.90 odd, i also backed R. Federer to win and over games at 2.00 odd instead of Roger to win directly or in 3 sets.
            R. Federer won that match in 5 sets, picking Federer to win in 3 sets at 1.38 odd is not bad because he is capable but it didn’t happen that way and i cautioned readers not to go with 3 sets, sometimes i am right, sometimes i am wrong.

            When you bet you should have a game plan, a particular amount you invest, a particular odd you target and there should be an overall amount that you are seeking.
            If you don’t have a game plan or a goal you will bet carelessly and it might/will hurt you.

            Am in my 20’s, am not as young as Dominic Thiem and i am not as old as Kei Nishikori, R. Nadal is like a Grandpa to me lol!
            I stopped betting in 2011 for different reasons, one reason was because i reached my goal, i won a good amount of money after trying for a while and i resumed betting in 2015 with another goal, this time it’s much bigger than the previous.

            If you are betting just to have fun then my advice to you is to stop, don’t bet just relax and enjoy the matches but if you are new at it then start with peanuts for months(3-5 months maybe 6), don’t take betting lightly or be too serious about it.

            You need a goal, you need a game plan, you need to be responsible but more importantly you need to be wise, bold & patient cos you will need it, you will lose and you will win hopefully your wins will be greater than your loses.

            Take care & i wish you the best!

            • Pkench17, N. Kyrgios is a good player but…lol!
              I love Australia, it’s a beautiful country and i will visit Australia someday.

              You must like and enjoy Australian Open, R. Federer will win it again if he doesn’t retire.
              What do you think?

              I don’t like writing, i love reading and talking directly to people and i plan on limiting my comments or stop in a few days.
              In the last 2 weeks or more i have spent more time in this site than on facebook, twitter etc, there are emails, messages, friends, research and other important things that i need to focus on.

              I only have one friend here maybe 2 and half lol! It’s very lonely here and when it’s cold at night no one gives you a sweater lol!(figuratively speaking).

              I really wish you THE very best, take care and greet your fellow Aussie’s 4 me.

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