Daily picks

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

London record: 8-5


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



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


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

98 Comments on Daily picks

    • Lastguyoffthebench,

      To answer your question, below is a copy of my analysis which I posted yesterday under Ricky’s Reviews. Edited it slightly.

      Fed can win in 2 tight sets. 3 sets can also happen. But in the end Fed’s hand will be raised!

      Fed will win and avenge his defeat to Zverev @2017 Montreal Open.

      Fed will win because:-

      1) Fed is in far better form than Zverev currently, BOTH on HARD & I.HARD in 2017 and also in the short Term.

      We should NOT give Sascha’s win over a poor Cilic (losing form rapidly ad is probably tiring from a very long season in 2017.)

      2) Fed is not having any back problems now like he had in Montreal, which is the reason why he lost to Sascha in Montreal Open! Not gonna happen now!

      3) Fed is on FIRE and plays well on IH and especially the WTF!

      4) Fed always takes Revenge for his losses!lol Fed loves payback like he took revenge on JMDP @2017Basel for his loss in the QF @2017 USO! Revenge is a sweet bitch as they say!lol

      5) Sasha was sick the last few weeks (viral?). He admitted it himself in an interview recently. Has he recovered fully? If you are NOT 100%, you CANNOT win against an 100% Fed, which he is nearly now!

      5) Going by the 1st Rd. match here @O2, all the Stats are in Favor of Fed except for the ACES count.

      6) Roger (fake and NOT me the Original) beat Juan Martin Del Potro (JMDP) in 3 sets whereas my handsome lost to JMDP in 3 sets recently! So, you decide, who is the stronger player?

      7) Fed beat Nick Kyrgios in 3 sets whereas Handsome lost to Nick Kyrgios in 2 sets. So, you decide, who is the stronger player?

      8) Fed has nearly 4X amount of experience on IH over his life time.

      Like Federer ML and -2 FED Fed -1.5 sets might hit
      Most of my bets will be LB.

      Sasha’s advantages are given below:-

      1) Has a 3-2 H2H adv. Most wins coming when the Old man(FED) was not at his best. But Now the old man is on fire. Still it could be a close contest. It all depends on Handsome’s racket!

      2) Handsome is younger than the GOAT by 16 damn years! I normally fade any player who is older than 10 years. But, not in this case. As Federer is AGELESS. He has drunk the NECTAR OF ETERNAL YOUTH!LOL

      Federer is an exception to this rule. Couple more are.

      3) Sasha has the size and reach adv may be a little power too which helps him with his aces!

      Everything else is in Fed’s favor!


        In spite of the best Analysis xxxt happens, because the Tennis Gods have something else in their minds!

        Hence most of my bets will be LB!

        Put Fed ML (more sure) and -4(not 100% sure) in a couple of combo bets (small amts giving huge returns), win or lose. Don’t care. Gonna just enjoy the match with some Vodka, chips,snacks etc. Anyone care to join me?lol Come join the party then!

          • Come on in bro with your friends and family!lol Soft drinks with snacks and nuts are always in stock in my house.

            Did I say that Over can hit(big)? Yes, I did!

            Chico, I am doing LB big on the Federer Match. Are you? Watch carefully. Made big chunk of $$$ already. Just giving you an heads-up.

        • Took +4.5 Zverev during LB just in case Youth wins over Geriatrics (Fed’s old age)!lol I am covering all angles.

          Made 5X on LB just in my set 1 than in my Pre-bet already!

  1. Not sure what you 2 broke-back mountaineers (Stan & roger) are on about? Most your ‘tips’ are only posted AFTER the match is over, lol. Anyone can pick winners in after the match!
    And how come San you rarely ‘reveal’ what’s on your slips until after it’s over?
    FYI I spent years on forums researching and posting tips to share with others but alas I got busy in life. I like this website, but there is too much ‘gloating’ about how great you are when all you usually do is say who/what you bet after the match…which helps no-one.
    Im not a bad guy, just tired of scrolling through all the drivel whilst trying to read a bit of useful information someone may post.

    Dimitrov can win the tournament btw. Not sure on current odds but it’s worth a shout for him to make the final.

    • Might respond later, I don’t have the time.

      Spark if you follow this page frequently, you will see how stupid you sound but I really don’t have the time 4 this.

    • Lol I totally agree that Stanley publish his bets after the matches are over. Roger does do some analysis pre-match but bets more with LB than pre-bet. Good for them that they win but doesn’t help most of us doing research and analysis before the match and are too busy to do a lot of LB.

      By the way Roger, I picked FED under which failed but did recover some with LB during the 2nd set, but I didn’t see your post until now. Anyways your post wouldn’t have helped since you don’t really mention anything besides how much you won.

      • You are a selfish fool, you want me to do all the hard work and feed you without contributing, all you do is ask questions, no contributions, when a pick fail you attack the person instead of encouraging them, you are a moron.

  2. Chico, I think that you are intoxicated always so can’t read things properly.

    My analysis and picks are splashed all over this website(PRE-BET) and ALL know about it. Ask anyone. Ask Ricky also.

    I posted my Analysis/picks for the Fed vs Zverev match under the match REVIEW and also under DAILY PICKS. Sometimes I do under any one of these places.

    If you are missing my Analayis/Picks(Pre-bet)frequently(and you have been complaining about it for long and all can see that through your grumpy posts!lol) that means that you have severe visibility problems!lol

    Chico’s, you CANNOT miss my Analayis/Picks(Pre-bet) because they are usually VERY LENGTHY. You can miss it ONLY if you are FULLY or PARTIALLY BLIND!Ho,ho,ho…Is there any BLIND person here who misses my LENGTHY POSTS? NOPE!

    If you have severe eye problems like Glaucoma etc. I have a good eye doctor to refer you to! Want one?lol



  3. Sometimes, it can be difficult time wise to say what bets you are doing. I do not think anyone deliberately does that.
    I did not get a chance today to say who my bets were or put them on today.

    But here are my predictions for what they are worth.

    I tend to agree with Ricky, in terms of overs on both matches.

    I think Goffin is not without a chance against dmitrov, as he won the last fixture, although head to head favours dmitrov. I think both of them chokers, I would play safe and go on overs. I would probably just favour dmitrov, but not sure if I would back dmitrov for the win. He should win, but I am not confident, especially after his last performance.

    Carreno Busta v Thiem – Again, I tend to think overs. Head to head favours thiem, but most matches have been on clay. I find it hard to back thiem at the price offered. Carreno Busta could just freeze, I think if thiem wins, it will be a 2-0, busta gets a set, I think he could take thiem 2-1.

    Both ugly matches in terms of going for the winners. Any thoughts experts?

    • Pistol Pete,

      I agree with what you said above “I did not get a chance today to say who my bets were or put them on today.”

      Once in a while even I may not be able to post my full analysis. Who does here except me a couple more guys here!lol

      My INITIAL analysis also points to an ugly match in both of tomorrow’s matches.

      Technically, Dimi and Thiem should win because of their H2H advantages.

      But, I have to give Goffin the edge here because of the below reasons:-

      1) He just beat World No.1 Rafael Nadal yesterday. That will give him tremendous confidence and motivation to win tomorrow’s match, more than Dimi’s win over Thiem (basically a clay courter).

      2) Won the last H2H on IH in 3 sets. But they are 1:1 on IH.

      3) Has the better W/L record on IH currently (16/6 vs 11/3 for Dimi)

      4) Goff’s has more wins on IH than Dimi (by 33 appx. with 5% better winning %ages) over his career.

      5) Goffin has the better movement on the court (by appx. 10%). This is aided by the fact that he is 12 kg lighter than Dimi. So, Goff’s has to carry 12 Kgs less on court for 2 to 3 hours tomorrow! That is a big advantage! So, Goffin who is nimble on his feet like Federer and is lighter (by 12 kg) will be LESS TIRED and will have more GAS in the 3rd set to win a very, very tight match.

      The score maybe 7-6,6-7,7-5 something like that hopefully.

      BOTH will fight super hard tomorrow unlike their last two H2H’s as this match has more at stake and will decide who will go straight to the SF’s!

      Dimi advantage is as below:-

      1) He has the 6:1 H2H adv. But it is 1:1 on IH.

      2) Being heavier by 12kgs, Dimi will have the more powerful shots and serves

      BOTH are equally good returners.

      So, who will win? One who is more CONSISTENT and less gassed in the 3rd decider set will win. I suspect it will be Goffin who might win as he is the better player on IH and has more wins in 2017 and in career to show off!

      But my bet will be on the OVER here. Might go small on +2.5 Goffin


      Thiem has an added edge as he is already used to the court, the huge crowd, sound/echo conditions at the O2 arena.

      PCB’s form is also not good especially after his SF loss @ the 2017 USO.

      Looks like Kevin Anderson did some Vodoo on him and he has gone down badly after that!lol

      Thiem has 3 good wins on IH recently vs only 1 for PCB. Thiem also has the better W/L rec. on IH in 2017(2/5 vs 5/5 for Thiem) and also career wise (exactly DOUBLE the experience on IH).

      So, Like Thiem to win. Thiem ML as of now. Like Thiem -2 also.

      OVER may or may not hit in the Thiem VS PCB match as PCB is in poorer form and can get finished by Thiem in 2 sets. Small bet on OVER may be OK. More analysis is needed(to assess where PCB the clay courters form is. Check whether PCB is coming off(flying from) a Vacation from Timbaktu or Hawaii etc. and then fade him!lol)

  4. Chico, you are PLAIN STUPID because…

    You post stupid things about me…like “Anyways your post wouldn’t have helped since you don’t really mention anything (wow!) besides how much you won.”

    My PRE-BET analysis talks purely about STYLE/SKILL ANALYSIS & STATS and NOT about money won?

    How can you talk about MONEY WON when a match has NOT started yet?

    Looks like Chico, you “COUNT CHICKENS BEFORE THEY ARE HATCHED too”!Ho,ho,ho…man, you have serious mental issues besides visibility issues too. Get yourself checked before everyone calls you MENTAL/MAD!lol

    Looks like Chico you are NOT ONLY BLIND but also have MENTAL ISSUES (which you will definitely have as I suspect you are intoxicated most of the time with alcohol, Marijuana, Magic Mushrooms, LSD, heroin etc.)

    • I am an honest person, I won’t lie to you, when all my picks are successful I can prove it, I don’t have to prove anything to you, you are not worth it but just to show you how useless you are( Chico & Sparky) I am willing to forward or give the founder of this site( Ricky) all the informations he needs to confirm whether I am telling the truth or not.

      Once all my bets are successful, you can ask Ricky to confirm it, if he is willing I will provide everything.

      Just to be clear, you are an idiot who reaps were he/she doesn’t sow.

      • D. Thiem will definitely win this match, he might win 1st set and match or in 2 sets, money line is safer.

        G. Dimitrov vs D. Goffin best bet is over games.
        I backed G. Dimitrov to win his last match but he almost gave me a heart attack lol!

        I picked over 21.5 games between Rafa & D. Goffin, I said it countless times that D. Goffin was they better player on indoors hard court overall and currently and I knew it won’t be easy for R. Nadal, injury or no injury D. Goffin would still have made it competitive.

        I have a lot to say on this matches but I am tired, later.

        • Guy’s are won a lot of money, it would have been bigger but Houston Rockets failed me.

          I told you guys that I played 3 slips.


          The total odds in the 1st slip is 5.75.
          4 matches, all matches were successful.

          1) New Orleans Pelicans to win at 1.22 odd vs Atlanta Hawks( successful).

          2) Soon Woo Kwon to win at 1.54 odd vs Austin Krajicek( successful)

          3) Calvin Hemery to win at 1.75 odd vs Alex Bolt( successful, he just won in 2 sets- 6-4, 7-6(4).

          4) Filip Peliwo to win at 1.75 odds vs Christopher Eubanks( successful, he won in 3 sets-7-5, 3-6, 6-3).

          The total odds in the 2nd slip is 6.68.
          6 matches, 5 was successful, 1 match failed.
          1) New Orleans Pelicans to win at 1 22.

          2) Milwaukee Bucks to win at 1.57 vs Memphis Grizzlies.

          3) Soon Woo Kwon to win at 1.54.

          4) Calvin Hemery to win a set at 1.30 odd, it was successful, he won the match in 2 sets.

          5) Filip Peliwo to win a set 1.30 odd or plus 1.5 sets, he won a set but he also won the match in 3 sets.

          6) Houston Rockets to win at 1.34 odds vs Toronto Raptors( it failed, Houston lost 113-129, the lost by 16pts)😥😢😭😖😭.

          The total odd in the 3rd slip is 8.33.
          6 matches, 5 matches were successful, 1 unsuccessful.

          1) New Orleans Pelicans to win at 1.22 odd.

          2) Soon Woo Kwon to win at 1.54 odd.

          3) Marin Cilic to win a set at 1.26 odd vs Jack sock, M. Cilic won a set but he lost to Jack in 3 sets( successful).

          4) Ryan Harrison/Michael Venus to win a set at 1.50 odd vs N. Mahut/ P. Herbert, Ryan and Michael won a set and won the match in 3 sets( successful).

          5) Filip Peliwo to win at 1.75 odd , he defeated C. Eubanks in 3 sets.

          6) Houston Rockets to win at 1.34 odd, they lost to Toronto Raptors.

          Houston Rockets failed me in two slips😭😭😭 but I made a lot of profits, covered my loses in both slips and on Sunday, all is well.

    • Ricky picked J. Sock over A. Zverev in 3 sets.

      This match is difficult 4 me, I might avoid it or go with the over games.
      A. Zverev is my boi! Yes he is my boi! And he played really well against my man R. Federer but lost, he would have defeated Roger Federer in the tiebreak of the 1st set but he made a mistake.

      A. Zverev is the better player but Jackie is jacking everyone since Paris.
      The H2H 1-1- http://www.tennisexplorer.com/match-detail/?id=1629050

      J. Sock defeated Zverev in 3 sets on indoors last year( Stockholm).

      A. Zverev defeated Jackie in 2 sets on hard court( Beijing, 2016).

      I can’t bet against A. Zverev, I just can’t do it.
      I MIGHT pick A. Zverev to win( i am not sure I will, I haven’t started research and I didn’t sleep well), over games but the best or safer bet might be A. Zverev to win a set, he has won at least a set against J. Sock, Jackie hasn’t or avoid this match.

      I want to bet between 60-70% of my wins from 2day, this is a lot of money and I might aim for 5 odds or less I haven’t decided.

      I might pick D. Thiem to win at 1.30 odd vs P. Carreno.

      L. Kubot and M. Melo to win at 1.66 odd vs B. Bryan/M. Bryan(doubles).
      This is a total of 2.158 odds, I need 5 odds, if I find a better match in NBA, ATP challenger, NFL( Thursday night football) I might change some picks or play 2 or more slips like I did.

      Wishing you all the best, please contribute if you have a better pick, additional information that might help etc.

      Take care!

  5. I played 13 matches (12 tennis + 1 cricket) with 598.86 odds, all except for one cricket match I won. So heart broken now 🙁 Would have made a lots of money.

  6. Ryan Harrison and Michael Venus( Doubles) have qualified from their group, they defeated 4 good players( 2 doubles teams).

    They play another good team/players Jean-Julien Rojer & Horia Tecau( this guy’s won Doubles WTF in 2015) and have done really well this year overall but not on this tournament this year, they have lost 2 matches, P. Herbert/N. Mahut defeated them in 3 sets while H. Kontinen/J. Peers did it in 2 tight sets (Double tiebreak).

    For some reason Jean-Julien Rojer and Horia Tecau are the favourites to win according to odds, the odd is 1.66 for them to win but for R. Harrison & M. Venus to win the odd is 2.20.

    Ryan & Michael are undefeated and they have been the underdog throughout this tournament and in all their matches but they have still won it.

    I would have picked Ryan & Michael to win immediately but the have qualified for the next stage and their opponents have been eliminated, nothing is riding on this match and Ryan and Michael might be complacent, what do you think?

    J. Rojer/H. Tecau will be playing without pressure, they will be depressed and disappointed because they have been eliminated but they will be playing without pressure.

    I want to pick Ryan & Michael to win a set at 1.47 odd( I haven’t decided, I might avoid this match) it’s safer than picking a winner.

    Who you got?


  7. @roger: if you read my post again, I said you contribute with pre-match analysis, but most of the time you change your bets via LB. Where did I talk about money won before the bets?

    And my comment: “Anyways your post wouldn’t have helped since you don’t really mention anything besides how much you won.” This is in reference to you suddenly mentioning my name in one of your post during fed vs zverev “hey Chico lots of money to be made with LB”. That comment has absolutely no value. No analysis, no tips, nothing. Everyone knows there’s a lot of money to be made with LB. Maybe you are the one who is blind and need to read carefully.

    • Chico’s you have to be very specific when you post. You cannot come up with the details 1 day later.

      As regards the LB, you had asked for tips in one of your previous posts. If you would have responded during the LB time (when things/odds/opportunities etc. change every second), I would have responded with some money making LB tips. I did not see you online or responding to my LB call, so couldn’t give you any LB tips.

      Where are you from Chico? ChicaGO?lol really, seriously.

      BOL Chico for today.

  8. @stanley you say we don’t contribute. Well, if you posted your bets prior to the matches, we would be able to give comments. If you only talk about it after the matches, then you are either bragging or crying about how much you lost. I don’t need proof how much money you won. There’s no value for me to see that. Like I said most people would find it helpful if you post BEFORE. If you don’t then we don’t need to hear about your bets.

    • Stop writing trash, how can you say I don’t post my bets prior to the matches, I did it once or twice 4 a reason.

      I didn’t read all your comments, I don’t have the time, will read them later.

      • I didn’t say “we”, I said “you”, I was referring to you and your girlfriend sparky.

        Don’t misunderstand me this is a new day and I honestly don’t have the time for this nonsense, if you want to continue from were u stopped yesterday “Vamos”!

        People like you only see the failures of others, when they don’t post their picks you notice it, when there picks fail boy you notice it immediately and complain instead of encouraging them.

        When their picks are successful you are zip🤐🤐🤐, you just wait 4 them to fail or for them not to post their picks so that you can open your filthy mouth and spew trash.

        Have I ever reminded you or attacked u for not posting your picks etc?
        I won’t do that, I might disagree with you on a match, joke with you etc( no time), I won’t do anything to discourage you especially if you are sincere and if you are doing your best.

        If you are being deceptive and negative I will discourage you because deception is wicked, attacking an innocent person is wicked, discouraging someone when they fail is not good because no one gets it right all time.

        • Chico there were things that I said today and yesterday that were wrong, I am not saying this because you deserve it, what you said was worse and most of it was incorrect, I am saying this because it’s the right thing do.

          I am sorry! That includes you sparky.

          • I still stand by my comment that you can contribute if you post your bets before. You mention your winning bets but hide the bets that are still in progress until the match is over:

            To me this is bragging. I don’t understand why you need to hide your bets. You don’t want us to leech that’s fine. We don’t need to hear about your bets. You can share in private with your best bud Roger or Ricky. You won big we’re happy for you. We don’t need the proof. I just find it annoying that you purposely hide your bets. What’s the purpose of posting after the match beside showing off?

            • Lol!
              You have a problem.

              Go read pages ago, I don’t know maybe start 4rm page 60 upwards.
              How can I contain my enjoy whether I post or don’t?

              I post frequently and you are being hypocritical.

              Chico plz stop being obsessed with me, my picks, my celebration etc.
              It’s really funny! I mean it😂🤣😂😁😂😎.

  9. L. Kubot and M. Melo to win at 1.66 odd vs B. Bryan/M. Bryan(doubles).

    I went really big on this match, I placed almost half of the money I wanted to use today for betting.

    It was a single bet because I wasn’t done with my other picks, I am still researching them.
    When I placed this bet the odd changed from 1.66 to 1.56, so I won 56% of the huge money i put in.

    Congrats to L. Kubot & M. Melo, they won in 2 sets and have qualified in their group.

  10. Chico, under WTA LB,

    ..I bet under 10.5 GOLUBIC, V VS. LEE, Y-H in 1st set. Made good profits.

    I did the same for 2nd set. Under 10.5(sure profits I think)

    Try betting small if you are online.

    Under 9.5 also should give also profits. I am starting small. Observe and bet carefully.

  11. 2nd set is always risky as all dogs will fight(95% of the times) against big FV’s also. So observe the trend.

    1st set under 10.5 and under 9.5 LB gave me huge profits.

    2nd set bet a little under 10.5 and then the bookie removed 10.5 off quickly.

  12. Chico,

    In Grigor Dimitrov vs David Goffin,

    I am betting over 9.5 1st set Pre-bet and LB at start(after observing couple of games). It should hit.

    We need to balance Risk vs Reward by observing the match carefully coupled with our pre-analysis.

    Of course my main bet will be over in the Grigor Dimitrov vs David Goffin match. Both Pre and LB (observe 1st).


      • Great! As game fluctuates violently, I had to improvise and went over 7.5,8.5,9.5,10.5 in the Golubic match! Lost a small amt on under 10.5 as dog(Lee) who is a very strong home dog (gave sam stosur a run for her money @ HongKong Open) decided to fight hard and win the 2nd set.

        2nd set ML win for Golubic also hit big. You could see that there was no doubting who would win the 2nd set.

        In LB one should be ready to burn down a new bridge and build a new bridge quickly to cover the losses and make profits. 1st set went under,under….etc 2nd set reversed and went over, over…etc. after initial small under 10.5.

        BOL Chico on the under in the Grigor Dimitrov vs David Goffin match. That was real daring on you to go against Ricky’s and other’s pick of over. Let’s see, anything can happen in tennis.

    • I didn’t bet on G. Dimitrov vs D. Goffin today, I put a small amount on the over 23.5 games yesterday with other matches but that slip has failed.

      I would love to place a bet live but I want to concentrate and research other matches, if I place a bet live I won’t focus.

      G. Dimitrov is leading 4-0 in the 1st set.

  13. Dimi has practised with Goffin in the offseason and knows Goffin’s game and is exploiting it fully.

    Goffin is shell shocked and is like “deer in the head lights”!

    Goffin, wake up quickly else you will wake up in your hotel room!lol

    • Goffin had trouble with an injured Nadal. After winning against a world no1 I was expecting his energy level to drop. Dimitrov had a tough match vs Thiem but he owns the h2h against Goffin.

      • Chico, that was the correct analysis.

        Yes Dimi owns the H2H record. But still why UNDER? Their last 2 H2H matches on IH has gone over.

        How much did you bet on the under 23.

        To cover up the over 23 loss, I went big on the under 9.5 & 8.5 in both sets and came out with profits.

        Whatever(energy or xxxxt drop!lol), Goffin should not play so badly especially being such a top player an playing such a big match at the O2 arena. Now how can we trust Goffin to play well in the upcoming Davis Cup matches Vs France?

        I forgot one golden rule of mine. I mentioned it on tengrand.com couple of times and forgot it myself.

        The Golden Rule is called as the NADAL’S CURSE!lol – No one wins the next match after beating Nadal.

        This rule has always worked and I forgot about it and went stupidly with the over as both the last matches on IH has gone over.

        I need to remember my Golden Rules, ALWAYS. Why can’t someone remind me of the same? I am asking you stupid brain(my brain)!lol

        • Odds were better with under than taking a Dimitrov win. Could have taken dimi win in 2 but i feel that dimi has the tendency to lose in straight sets when he’s not in it and his first match didn’t convince me.

    • Roger, I am not betting on the doubles match between MURRAY J / SOARES B VS. DODIG I / GRANOLA.

      Yesterday I put a small amount on I. Dodig and M. Granollers to win a set at 1.38 odd with other matches but that slip has failed, I am not betting on this match because I am not confident.

      Ivan dodig and Marcel Granollers-Pujol have been awesome on indoors court but I am not confident.
      Check it out-


        • D. Thiem should win at 1.30 odd but can he win 1st set and match at 1.60 odd?
          1st set and match is different from straight sets.

          What do you think?
          Can he do it?

        • Correction here Stan. Better team on paper always don’t win!

          After you hesitated to bet on this match I dug deeper ( as the devil lies in the details!lol) and saw that Jamie Murray & Bruno Soares had many small advantages (better in rallies & returners etc. Dodig’s just serve big. But big serves only don’t win matches. Do they!lol) and bet on the 50% British pair(with home crowd adv. also) which they used to win today and get me some $$$.

  14. What did I say about Dimitrov?! Hope some of you took my advice and took him to make the final at big odds (dropped dramatically now).

    Pablo Carreno-Busta v Dominic Thiem
    Carreno-Busta replaces the injured Nadal and I will rally behind him. Since the US Open I have exclusively bet against Thiem in the handicap market and will continue to do so. 5 of the 6 meetings between the pair have been on clay so you can virtually forget about their previous encounters. Thiem is a completely different player on clay and his game is not suited by fast indoor surfaces. His first serve percentage is hovering around 50% over his last two matches and that means he is there for the taking. Take Carreno-Busta with the start and outright.

    Main Bet: Carreno-Busta +3.5 ($1.85)
    Fun Bet: Carreno-Busta WIN ($3.50)

        • Thi has only won 12 of 25 since the French Open and is low on confidence. He’s lost 3 of last 4 matches when priced as a short favourite.
          PCB has proven himself on quicker hard courts by making the US Open semis & winning Winston-Salem, while Thiem has looked like a lost sailor st sea when away from clay.
          As it’s a 50/50 match I’m taking PCB to cover the handicap as my main bet…I’m not saying Thiem won’t win.,.but in a 50/50 match the value is with the Spaniard.

      • 1 match on hard is nothing to go off really, especially when Thiem was in the best form of his life then, and was before PCB’s career best form of this season.
        It’s a 50/50 match this one, so I’m taking the value on PCB. Odds for Thiem are way too short for his current form and his worst surface.

    • Sparky, you lost the spark on the 2nd BIG bet and won the 1st SMALL bet. It happens.

      Main Bet: Carreno-Busta +3.5 ($1.85)
      Fun Bet: Carreno-Busta WIN ($3.50)

      Sparky, looks like you like to go with the dogs!

      Infact one of my 4 dog’s name is sparky (an English Bulldog) and ironically he doesn’t have any spark in him unless I dangle some chicken or some attractive food in front of him!lol

  15. Stan
    The reason your Golden Rule holds up is the effort required to beat Nadal, even if he is playing on one leg, leaves players running on empty for their next match.

    btw: I hope you’ve noticed how rarely players repeat the feat a second time. Also I guess you don’t apply the GR when the big boys are involved 🙂

      • When you were lamenting not putting money on the Dimi-Goffin match because you forgot your own golden rule i.e.: a player always loses the next match after beating Nadal. Old timers on this site spotted the trend many years ago and invariably predicted it would come to pass. And you’re right: it nearly always does.

    • Edy, the Golden Rule (NADAL’S CURSE) that you are referring to belongs to me and not stan’s.

      The NADAL’S CURSE works and your logic of Nadal making his opponent’s work hard for the win is true. They are also emotionally drained and tooooo….satisfied that they beat the World No.1 and feel that there is nothing more to accomplish in life or win any more matches!lol

      Thiem lost the very next match to Novak Djokovic after beating Nadal on clay! So, the NADAL’S CURSE works. So players if you want your tournament to end and have bad luck for a long time…then don’t beat Nadal. Just bow down to the KING OF CLAY (Nadal) humbly…then you will have a longer life or Tennis career!ha,ha,ha…

  16. If anyone wants short price ‘bankers’ can I suggest Gastao Elias to beat Cachin @ $1.30.
    That’s got much more chance of landing than Thiem (and at the same odds!)

  17. Is anyone watching the Laaksonen Peliwo match? Laaksonen seems like he doenst care at all. Weird because he should win this easily

    • Filip Peliwo made me a lot of money in his last match and last tournament, he won his last tournament.

      I backed him to win his last match, I also picked him to win a set.

  18. Lets go Pablo Carreno! The new David Ferrer, the new Spanish Workhorse!
    Just need 3 games in 3rd set for my handicap Winner to win…Thiem is struggling with PCB’s consistency…starting to lose his head as usual, lol.

    • Congrats to D. Thiem.
      Credits to P. Carreno.

      This match was tough, really tough.
      D. Thiem to win 1.30 odd.
      Thiem’s to win 1st and match 1.60 odd.

      Well done!

  19. Main Bet: Carreno-Busta +3.5 ($1.85) *WON* ($1000 returns $1850)
    Fun Bet: Carreno-Busta WIN ($3.50) *Lost* (but cashed out for 70% profit when PCB was leading 4-3 in the 3rd – $100 returned $250)
    TOTAL PROFIT = $1,000

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