Atlanta & Hamburg (Tennis)

#1
We're coming off a good week. Let's take advantage of the momentum. There should be some good bets this week in Atlanta (Hard) and Hamburg (Clay). Feel free to post your picks.
 
#2
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Maximo Gonzalez +165 over S. Stakhovsky

Tough backing a guy who's lost 9 in a row, but Maximo has points to defend here. He's also the better clay courter.
 
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James Blake -125 over E. Gulbis

Hard for me to back Gulbis even if he leads their head-to-head. Gulbis has no confidence in his game. Blake recently won a challenger title with some decent competition. I'm backing the American.
 
#11
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no i usually like to wait a few days to see who is playing well...these opening round matches of non majors are a crapshoot
 
#15
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no i usually like to wait a few days to see who is playing well...these opening round matches of non majors are a crapshoot


You're not serious with that post above are you? Round 1 of these smaller tournaments are the easiest money make opportunities you will come across in tennis betting; the best spots to find maximum value with little risk.
 
#17
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You're not serious with that post above are you? Round 1 of these smaller tournaments are the easiest money make opportunities you will come across in tennis betting; the best spots to find maximum value with little risk.
Put up or shut up.... post em
 
#22
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Books starting to catch up to how bad Davydenko is playing...just a couple weeks ago these two played and Davy was -350 or so i believe (and of course he lost)

Stebe been having some success lately, but idk i'm just never too impressed when i watch him. Andujar dusted him off pretty quick, but understand this is not nearly about him and almost entirely about fading davy
 
#23
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Books starting to catch up to how bad Davydenko is playing...just a couple weeks ago these two played and Davy was -350 or so i believe (and of course he lost)

Stebe been having some success lately, but idk i'm just never too impressed when i watch him. Andujar dusted him off pretty quick, but understand this is not nearly about him and almost entirely about fading davy
Stebe just smoked JC Ferrero after Ferrero won last week in Stuttgart
 
#27
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Fabio Fognini +173 over J. Melzer

Fognini is good enough on clay to give Melzer a good run. Clay isn't Melzer's best surface.
 
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Julian Reister +220 over M. Youzhny

Not Youzhny's tourney, and he never really does much on clay. I like the way the German is playing here. It should be close.
 
#29
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Yeah, I can't believe he lost to Ram. Lipsky must've been out there helping him. LOL
Ram and Lipsky just got trashed by two 20 years old clowns who haven't ever played a match (Kevin King and Drake Bernstein). Ram & Lipsky were -2000 and lost in straight sets to these fools.
 
#32
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Two interesting matches @Hamburg tomorrow. Simon vs. Youzhny and Almagro vs. Verdasco

I'm waiting to see where this goes...
 
#36
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Who you like Kinger?

Fish -160?
Tough one, but, Isner or pass. Fish is defending his title here... he actually beat Isner in this same spot last year. But Isner is on a nice streak, and can climb the rankings with a victory. The only thing I don't like is that he has a hard time breaking, so this will probably turn into another serve-fest... give me the odds.

And, in the other Final, I like Almagro to win, but passing on the -260 price.
 
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