Daily picks

Wednesday

Stockholm
Herbert over Janowicz in 3
Verdasco over Zopp in 2
Fognini over Mayer in 2
Zverev over Ymer in 2
Chardy over Sock in 3
Struff over Copil in 2
Troicki over Bolelli in 3

Moscow
Dzumhur over Bhambri in 2
Kuznetsov over Medvedev in 3
Kohlschreiber over Seppi in 3
Sela over Dutra Silva in 3
Kavcic over Basic in 2
Mannarino over Rosol in 2

Antwerp
Sousa over Stakhovsky in 3
Laaksonen over Benneteau in 3
Darcis over Stebe in 2
Kyrgios over Bemelmans in 2




Tuesday

Stockholm
L. Mayer over E. Ymer in 2
Baghdatis over Gombos in 2

Antwerp
Ferrer over Travaglia in 2

Stockholm record: 5-1

Moscow record: 5-5

Antwerp record: 3-6

2017

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

47 Comments on Daily picks

  1. Goffin struggled a lot against Henri Laaksonen yesterday when he was supposed to win in 2 sets per all your predictions.

    Then how can we expect Goffin to win in 2 sets (again) against a player like Dolgo who is 5x better player than Laaksonen?

    • Congrats Tomic on your 1st win after quiet some time.

      Tomic’s win must be like the tonic that he needed to kick start his form.

      Leaned on Tomic to win as Sousa’s form had dipped recently. maybe sousa is tired or has a small injury.

      Ben(and other ATP experts), what are your picks for today?

      My picks are same as the official ones except leaning on wins for Granollers,Fognini, Mischa and Skugor.

      Vesely over Ramos-Vinolas is a toss up match between the 2 clay courters. But lean on Vesely to grind it out.

  2. Ben and other ATP experts,

    What are your final picks and analysis for all the ATP (and WTA) matches for today?

    I have detailed my WTA picks in the WTA page.

    My ATP picks are 80% close with that of Ricky’s official picks.

    My differing picks are:-

    1) Troicki over Raonic in 3 – Raonic (in 3) to win

    2) Sugita over Paire in 3 – Paire (if he shows up) in 3 like just the over

    3) Daniel over Lu in 2 – Lu 2 win. Lu can put Daniel in Loo with his better form!lol

    4) Johnson over Thiem in 3 – Thiem 2 win in 3 or just Thiem ML win.

    Johnson is always up and down or hot and cold ever since his dad passed away! If Johnson is playing in US, I would have picked John!

    There are couple more differences and I am still researching….

    What you got experts?

    • Raonic ML won to kick off the party! Who else bet on Raonic!

      …more drinks(wins) to follow hopefully and make the party merrier!lol

  3. Johnson wins as expected. I know I didn’t post picks but I got that one and will probably not pick Thiem this whole rest of the year LOL

  4. Disappointed in Sock. Thought he would take down Rublev. Also leaned towards Granollers vs bedene. I’m forgetting how good Bedene has generally been this season against guys he is higher ranked than. Dude gets stuff done when he should

  5. Wednesday –
    Beijing:
    Kyrgios over Zverev in 2 (barring a tank of course)
    Dimitrov over Del Potro in 3 (flip a coin)
    Darcis over Lajovic in 2 (Darcis clinched the Davis Cup final berth for his country and should’ve beat Zverev in Shenzhen and smoked the US Open semifinalist last round so he is in really good form right now)
    Bautista Agut over Bedene in 3 (they’ve had tough matches in the past so I expect another close one)
    Tokyo:
    Dolgopolov over Medvedev in 2 (Medvedev is ice cold now)
    Goffin over Lopez in 3 (upset is very possible but Goffin is in good rhythm and form and seems like a guy with good stamina who can conserve energy pretty well and might not be as tired from his recent efforts)
    Anderson over Harrison in 3 (Harrison can snatch a set but Anderson serve and confidence will prove too tough in the end)
    Cilic over Uchiyama in 2 (Cilic has a chance at the top 3 by the end of the year)
    Mannarino over Vesely in 3 (Mannarino is quietly having a fantastic season)

    • Beijing:
      Kyrgios Vs Zverev – Zverev wins
      Del Potro vs Dimitrov – Dep Potro wins
      Lajovic vs Darcis – Over 22.5 games
      Bautista Agut vs Bedene – Over 22.5 games

      Tokyo:
      Medvedev vs Dolgopolov – Dolgopolov wins
      Lopez vs Goffin – Goffin wins 2-0
      Anderson vs Harrison – Anderson wins 2-0
      Cilic over Uchiyama – Cilic wins 2-0
      Mannarino over Vesely – Skipped game on my bet. Outcome unsure.

      • True Alpha (Male or female?lol),

        Great picks! Have 90% picks same as you and Ben.

        Why did you pick Mischa and Lajovic to win unlike most bettors/experts?

          • Good job True Alpha(Male? Hunch?lol),

            That you did not bet Lajovic to win. Else you would have lost big.

            Darcis is HOT,HOT,HOT…so go with the heat to win! Dracis is more well rounded and more consistent than lajovic although lajo has great talent…which can be nurtured to become a top player!

            What else did you bet today in ATP and WTA?

            I bet on all Ben’s picks with some small variations/propositions.

    • Ben,

      Great picks! I have same as yours except for Dimitrov over Del Potro in 3 (flip a coin). My flipped coin is saying Del Potro (too much power, FH and exp). Like the over here as Dimi will not diminish and go down without a tough fight!

      Ben, why will Kyrgios win in 2? Because he beat NikHOLES in 2?

      You know that NikHOLES can blow HOT or COLD very quickly? Can we give Kyrgios credit for his 6-1,6-2 impressive win?

      How much credit do we give to Mischa’s 6-3,6-1 win over Kyrgios on hard in 10/2016? Looks like Kyrgios doesn’t like Mischa’s lefty style, right?

      Why can’t or won’t Mischa win again today? He knows Kyrgios weakness! Disrupt his serving, make him double fault a lot. He knows that Kyrgios has a weak mind and loses that also when he is behind on the score. He knows that Kyrgios has weak returns or weak in rallies.

      I expect it to be a tight 3 set match as Kyrgios form is improving and Mischa’s dipped a bit(due to tiredness. Is he injured?).

      Are we fading Mischa because he retd. vs Gojo @Metz and lost to a talented lvl Dudi Sela?

      True Alpha, is picking Mischa to win. I am going to ask him why now?

  6. Below are my picks for tomorrow’s matches (not final) @China Open. Who you got?

    Fabio Fognini vs Alexander Zverev – Handsome in 3

    Leonardo Mayer vs John Isner – Isner in 3 Like over

    Nick Kyrgios vs Steve Darcis – Darcis in 3 Like over

    Tomas Berdych vs Andrey Rublev – Rublev in 3 (The young gun will have more gas in the 3rd set. has the better form also.) Like over

    Rafael Nadal vs Karen Khachanov – Nadal in 2

    Who you got?

  7. My picks for Tokyo Open:-

    Tokyo:

    Dolgopolov over Johnson in 3
    Gasquet over Lu in 2
    Goffin over Ebden in 2
    Raonic over Sugita in 2

    Why Dolgopolov over Johnson in 3? Because….

    1) Dolgo is the player in greater current form. Dolgo won 13 of the last 17 matches on hard last couple of months in the hard season. Johnson won only 4 out of the 9 matches played. Johnson is woefully out-of-form with very few matches under his belt!

    2) Johnson is one of the guys (along with sock sucks!lol) to have enjoyed more than 1 month of summer holidays after the 2017 USO and is kinda rusted and busted. Thiem tired Johnson out a lot with the 3-setter yesterday. The Beijing heat would have zapped Johnson out the rest.

    NOTE:- The big FAV Agnieszka Radwanska lost to dog Darya Kasatkina today after getting gassed out due to the oppressive Beijing heat & humidity in the middle of the 2nd set. She was winning and could not close out the last game of the 2nd set and lost the 2nd & 3rd set and the match also!

    So the tiredness from heat is a big factor especially for rusted guys (like Sock, Steve Johnson, Sloane Stephens, Madison Keys etc.) who took a 1+ month summer vacation instead of competing and making themselves fit!lol

    Johnson was booted out of USO in the 2nd rd by Kyle Edmund, whom he was expected to beat as a big FAV with 100% home crowd support. But Johnson lost and was kicked out of USO!lol

    3) Dolgo leads 2:1 in the H2H with Dolgo winning the last 2 matches.

    4) Dolgo won the only H2H match on hard in 2 sets (7-5, 7-6) in 02/2016.

    5) Johnson struggled to beat an out-of-form Thiem even in 3 sets! Whereas Dolgo smashed Daniil Medvedev in 2 easy sets 6-1,6-2. Daniil who was the FAV to win the match with Dolgo ( Official pick = Medvedev over Dolgopolov in 3) lost to the dog DO(l)G(o) in 2 easy sets!

    Dolgo with the easy 2 sets win will be well rested whereas the out-of-form Johnson huffed-and-puffed to a 3 set win and may be tired.

    5) Johnson is famous for slowing down in the heat due to cramps. This is what happened to him in Houston this year against Thomaz Bellucci in the finals. But Johnson was able to complete the final set with huge support from the Houston home crowd. No one in China/Beijing will push Johnson to victory unlike in Houston! In Beijing, I think Dolgo will be the crowd FAV as he will be entertaining them with an electric display of athleticism and fireworks (shot making)!

    In Beijing it is hot and humid and the same (tiredness and/or cramping can happen to Johnson tomorrow!

    This match can be a 3-setter because Johnson can steal a set with his powerful serve and volley! If Johnson’s serve breaks down due to any reason like the heat/tiredness etc., he will be dead meat for the Ukrainian who loves meat (dead or alive!lol)!

    BB = Over Dolgo ML can be tried.

    Luv Johnson (has a great personal background story etc.) as an American but love my money/bet more than Johnson!

    Johnson can win if Dolgo is injured or tires out (played 6 matches in the last 10 days).

    Trust Dolgo with my bet money to deliver a win (or atleast get me an over win) because of the above reasons!

    Experts, any additions or changes to the above analysis before I go with the Dolgo over?

    • This analysis is wrong. I’m not saying this after seeing the results. The match between Johnson and Dolgopolov is in Tokyo and NOT Beijing. The high was around 20 for both Tokyo and Beijing in the last two days which is not that hot. Please be careful with your analysis.

      • The above analysis is correct and was out together carefully! Read on…

        Tokyo got interchanged with Beijing. It is a typo. One just needs some common sense to understand which matches are going on where…and everyone knows. So sushhhhh….lol

        It is just not the heat that causes tiredness but heat in conjunction with humidity. This fact was referred to by the commentators many times and I just copied the same and quoted above. You could see the sweat dripping from their faces!

        Being in USA and 1000’s of miles away from Tokyo or japan, we cannot feel the heat or humidity and we just have to believe the commentators and see the effects on the older players…and fade them being a smart bettor.

        Hence, the above analysis is correct!

        Other factors which affect a players tiredness is elevation, age, rustiness and fitness of players.

        As predicted Rublev became stronger as the match went on as he is young (just 19) and Berdych became weaker after winning the 1st set 6-1. Inactive(not in form) old men start strong initially and then fade later (I see this trend happening even in other endurance sports like 5K, 10K runs etc.). The same happened to the old man Berdych who was 13 years older than Rublev. If Berdych was playing in a cooler place with low humidity, he wouldn’t have faded so fast. Still his old age(32 yrs) and his poor form would have made him lose finally.

        Aga who is 28 years (lost to Kasatkina who is 20 years young. I bet on Kasatkina just by putting together the age difference and the heat/humidity tolerance affecting the endurance of older players more…and won the bet!) old was winning but gassed out in the 2nd set and lost the 2nd and 3rd set and lost the match. I have many more examples but no time to illustrate all of them here. Go to go now.

        Hence, the above analysis stands correct!

        This topic is closed. No further discussions!lol Move on….lol

  8. IMO ,Dolgo, right now is playing well , and gut feeling says he should win because Johnson isn’t at his best, and wont cope with the variety of Dolgo’s offbeat game.
    Pity about Aga, I had her going far but as you say the oppressive conditions played a part.

  9. I have missed U guys and i hope you R enjoying the tournaments, i have insomnia( i kind of love it) and i am enjoying the asian tournaments.

    I started betting in 2007 and i stopped in 2011 i have explained some of the reasons why i stopped in the past so… But i started betting again in september 2015 and 2day i am the happiest man on earth no one else, believe me.

    My win today is the biggest since i started betting, i have never won this big in my life, please don’t ask me how much cos i won’t answer.
    To some it might be peanuts, to others it might be BIG but to me it is peRFect! I will never 4get this day.

    This doesn’t mean i will win my next bet or win this big again but i am hopeful and i know the future is BRiGHT, brighter than all the stars in sky.

    I wish you guys the best and i know your futures are bright, take care!

    • “Stan the Man” is back! Hope the other Stan (Wawrinka is also back! I miss him also!)

      Stan, you proved that you are the man who won big today or in the last couple of weeks before. I was wondering what and where you were doing your honeymoon with the many girlfriends of yours and with the big bet winnings on hand (won a million dollars maybe like Money Mayweather?)!Ha,ha,ha…

      Stan, now you want all of us to call you as “Stan the MONEY Man” from now onward aaah?

      Stan, on WHICH match/player did you win big? I also had many big winnings of late and I keep posting them here (wins but not the money)!

      “Stan the Man”, what are your ATP and WTA picks for today with your beautiful seasonings…Oops, I mean…reasonings?lol

  10. Johnson and Gasquet got the wins so I didn’t get around to picking those ones. Here are my picks for rest of the matches –
    Tokyo:
    Goffin over Ebden in 2 (should be routine for many reasons)
    Raonic over Sugita in 3 (Raonic has a good history in Tokyo so I think he will get through but he has not had an easy time vs Sugita in the past so I expect a quality match)
    Beijing:
    Nadal over Khachanov in 2 (winning streak should extend to nine)
    A. Zverev over Fognini in 3 (Fog can beat Zverev if he’s in the mood it’s just a question of which Fog will show up)
    Isner over Mayer in 2 (after his demolition of Jaziri where he lost only five games I feel like Isner has a shot at a super deep run here because if John is serving AND returning well then he’s big trouble for anyone)
    Berdych over Rublev in 3 (tough call as Berdych seems to be declining while Rublev is on the rise but I’ll stick with the experience to tough it out in this one)

  11. I wasn’t expecting S. Johnson to defeat A. Dolgopolov so i gave Steve Johnson Plus 1.5 sets which means steve has to win a set even if he loses in 3 sets the bet is successful.

    My main pick was A. Dolgopolov to win, i had some good reasons for picking/predicting him but sometimes good players/good analysis lose/fail sometimes.

    I think S. Johnson can defeat D. Schwartzman in 3 or 2 sets, i won’t be surprised if it happens in 2 sets.
    D. Shortman has really improved his game especially on hard court, for a player that loves clay his stats on hard court this year is ROGERLICIOUS,
    http://www.tennisexplorer.com/player/schwartzman/
    he has defeated some good players on hard and has also lost to some bad boys as well but…….. There is always a but why?
    If Shortman wins this match i won’t be shocked but i just feel like Steve will win maybe it’s because he defeated A. Dolgopolov in 2 sets and is leading in the H2H 1-0 http://www.tennisexplorer.com/match-detail/?id=1616777
    S. Johnson won this match on clay in 2014 Shortman’s favourite surface, i know 3 years is a long time but Steve is rocking, he smoked D. Thiem & Dolgopolov and he might Schwartz my Shorty.

    If U think Shorty can win don’t be discouraged he can win but he is not MY pick and i am not betting a lot just small.
    Please if U disagree with this pick disagree now not after the match is over.

    D. Goffin to win, i have my reasons.

    J. Isner Plus 1.5 sets which means he wins a set, if he loses in 3 sets U/I still WIN, i think he will defeat Rafito in 2 or maybe 3.

    A. Zverev to win, i think he will spang this spoil brat in 2 sets or under games but picking A. Zverev to win directly is the safest, i picked him to defeat F. Fognini & under 21.5 games at 2.60 odds.

    Sugita to win.

    G. Dimitrov to win, i also like the over 22.5 games but Dimi 2 win might be better.

    N. Kyrgios don’t like his odd so…. Over 21.5 games, S. Darcis to win a set then on a different slip Kyrgios to win & over 21.5 games at 2.45 odds.

    M. Cilic- won’t bet on this match but i think M. Cilic might win, over 21.5 G is possible but…..

    If U disagree with any of MY picks that’s OK, you might be right and i wrong.
    Wishing U all the best!

    I didn’t read this comment and i am too lazy to make any correction if there is one just posting BABY lol!

    • Stan, my analysis is nearly same as yours. Good picks stan!

      Like Dimitrov over Bautista Agut in 3 but liking the over better. 3 of their 4 H2H matches have gone to the 3rd set.

      RBA can also win as he will be the fresher player. He got 2 easy wins over Zhang and Bedene! Why did Bedene flake like that? Is he injured or having any mental issues? bedene has always been competitive with RBA in the past? I never thought that Bedene will earn the supreme honor of two double bagels!

      I like Sugita to win. But I am not convinced.

      Sugita is playing @home so has 100% home crowd support. Besides Sugita is well rested as both of his opponents retired early.

      In fact 3(Raonic, Paire and Mate Pavic) of Sugita’s opponets have retired in the last 1 week. What, is Sugita doing some Vodoo on his opponents to get hurt and retire? Ha,ha,ha…

      Mannarino’s advantage is that 1) He has 2 solid wins here @Tokyo so is in form and will be very confident! Sugita might be rusted as he didn’t complete even one match as opponnets retired with Sugita peforming Vodoo/black magic on them!

      Plus Mannarino won the latest H2H on a fast surface Grass @ 2017 Wimbly!

      I feel that Mannarino is the more talented of the two, but he needs to bring it to the fight. I think a 100% Mannarino will beat a 100% Sugita!

      Over is possible here as both will fight esp. Sugita being the home dog!

      Who you got experts for today in ATP and WTA?

  12. Friday –
    Beijing:
    Isner over Nadal in 3 (Isner has played two of the most dominant matches I’ve seen from him in a row here with no sets going past 6-3 including a bagel so I think if he is serving AND returning like that and has some extra confidence from the Laver Cup then he can pull off an upset)
    Dimitrov over Bautista Agut in 3 (RBA has dominated so far and could wear Grigor out but I take the power and talent of Dimitrov to get through in a close one)
    Kyrgios over Darcis in 2 (Kyrgios is locked in lately)
    Zverev over Rublev in 2 (Zverev is the better young gun by a mile)
    Tokyo:
    Schwartzman over Johnson in 3 (the little guy is on fire and while Stevie can win I think the Argentine will grind a close one out)
    Gasquet over Goffin in 3 (Gasquet is whipping that backhand beauty like no tomorrow and Goffin has to be tired now)
    Cilic over Harrison in 2 (Cilic is playing really efficient tennis here)
    Sugita over Mannarino in 3 (I would probably pick Mannarino at other places but in Japan I think the crowd becomes a factor and pushes Sugita through to the semis)

  13. Someone needs to arrest D. Shortman, this guy is crazy lol!
    1st set 6-0.

    This match ain’t over but i feel sorry 4 steve.

  14. I think Goffin (even tho he may be a bit tired) will beat Gasquet in the QF as Gasquet is Gassssssssssssss…as i said 100’s of times here!Ha,ha,ha….

    Goffin is more talented and strong willed than Gasssssss…..lol

    Why can’t Darcis the player in greater form beat Kyrgios whose only weapon is a big serve (and volley)?

    Have we forgotten that Kyrgios has beaten by players with good court movement and returns like Dimitrov. Even for that match 99% of experts and the bookies (made Kyrgios huge FAV, same as now) here were on Kyrgios to win!

    In the Davis Cup H2H recently, the Aussie Kangaroo (Kyrgios) won the 1st set but Darcis won the 2nd and 3rd sets. The same can happen today!

    Any brave expert here betting on Darcis?

    Like the over here and Darcis to pull out a win by out smarting a poor cardioed Aussie Kangaroo (Kyrgios)!

  15. Beijing:

    Leaning on Nadal over Dimitrov in THREE(3)-like the over

    6 of their 9 H2H matches has gone to the decider/3rd set!

    Zverev over Kyrgios in 3 – over

    Tokyo:

    Schwartzman over Goffin in 3 – over

    Cilic over Mannarino in 3 (2 possible) – over

    • Ben, my analysis pointed to a Mannarino win but I did not post it. Thought I would be considered a crazy person if I posted that.

      Due to paucity of time, I just copy/posted above “Cilic over Mannarino in 3 (2 possible) – over”.

      Bet on Over big (expecting manna to easily win 1 set and 2 if the big man faulterd on his weak returning skills esp. against a crafty lefty like Mannarino, who was in top form…2 set defeat of the FAV Sugita is just the cherry on the pie!)! Cilic won against weak opponents and looked good to all. Manna was a sudden big step-up in competition for the Big man Cilic!

      • A few days ago i won Big not Big, BIGLY and that’s because i don’t doubt my analysis ever, sometimes it’s successful, sometimes it fails but when it’s successful it is BIGLY, instead of doubting my analysis i will back it in most of my slips with other matches then on 1 or 2 slips i will omit it or contradict it( that’s not doubting that’s wisdom).

        Roger, you should not be worried about what others say especially if you are confident, u will fail and u will win that’s betting, hopefully you will win more than u lose.

        I am a little disappointed with ur comment cos if u know something say it, don’t post the opposite.

        • I agree. He is one of the first people on this site to basically jump on someone who makes a prediction and doesn’t back it up with an analysis or comes back after a result and says they knew *insert player* would beat the favourite because of *insert reason.* Roger’s response is usually “you should have shared that information with us, it could have helped those who were betting.”

          In saying that though Stanley, you too are sometimes guilty of this when you post a prediction, the result is the opposite of your prediction but you come back a day or so later and say “I had a feeling *insert player* wasn’t going to win, so I bet *insert alternative outcome* instead and won. Just like you’re asking Roger to share this information, you should also. You do sometimes give a warning in your posts though, like “I haven’t finished my research so my picks may change and I may not be able to post them in time.”

          I would give examples for both of you, but I don’t have the patience right now to go through 131 pages of comments.

          • Nick, how are U doing?
            This is the 1st time i am reading your post.

            Your comments are not completely true and most people who post on this page frequently will disagree with U.

            I have explained a 1000 times how i bet on this page & other articles as well and i won’t explain it again,
            i imparted my strategy for no other reason but to help bettors because it has helped me a lot and a few days ago i won the biggest bet of my life with this strategy( this one of the smartest ways to bet).

            When i post my picks i try to be precise about my main picks/options and when i post my picks sometimes and i say that i am not done researchig that’s because i am still researching and i know that i won’t be punctual with my picks and some days i work more than a dozen hours and it’s not easy to do this and other important stuffs.
            If u know what i sacrifice just 2 post comments in this website, u might appreciate my input whether it’s small or big.

            Time is money, i gotta run.

            • Kyrgios to win over Nadal in 2
              Caroline Garcia to win over Halep possibly in 3
              Mannarino to win over Goffin in 3

              These are my predictions

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