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October 28, 2017, 06:26:48 PM
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Vienna Finals,   Tsonga vs Pouille  Tip: 1

explanation: Tsonga lost his finals match in Vienna last year (defeated to Murray), obviously the surface suits his play. Tsonga also had easier work in the semi finals (1h47 spent on the court) while Pouille needed 2h20  to dispose Kyle Edmund. I have seen both players in some recent matches and older Frenchman looks in better form.... (took title last week in Antwerp). H2H favors Tsonga 2-0 already, including indoor win in 2017 (routine two sets win in Marseille). Tsonga enjoys his parenthood finally.

extra info: Pouille will play his first 500 final.
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October 28, 2017, 06:36:57 PM
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another tip for tomorrow would be: Federer vs del Potro     tip suggestion: Potro to win at least one set

reasons: both these guys are well known for serve (can pick lot free pts), so breakers are expected even in this one. H2H 17-6 for Federer but considering their indoor meetings it is 4-4, but last five indoor matches went into deciding set. Delpo will play this one freely and Federer plays in front of the home crowd. Thriller is expected and tight scoreline. Delpo to win a set sounds logical.
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October 28, 2017, 09:15:25 PM
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Nice hit. I'll be playing Fed ML, tho. I don't want to sweat it out. Also, is Nitro's bounty decent? Thanks in advance!

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October 28, 2017, 11:27:12 PM
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Vienna Finals,   Tsonga vs Pouille  Tip: 1

explanation: Tsonga lost his finals match in Vienna last year (defeated to Murray), obviously the surface suits his play. Tsonga also had easier work in the semi finals (1h47 spent on the court) while Pouille needed 2h20  to dispose Kyle Edmund. I have seen both players in some recent matches and older Frenchman looks in better form.... (took title last week in Antwerp). H2H favors Tsonga 2-0 already, including indoor win in 2017 (routine two sets win in Marseille). Tsonga enjoys his parenthood finally.

extra info: Pouille will play his first 500 final.

Nice prediction!  I personally like when sports tipsters take the time to explain how they came to the conclusion of the pick. So many times ive seen tipsters post what seems to be a random match that doesn't look like any research or analysis was done. I like your style man this is how it should be done
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October 29, 2017, 12:02:56 AM
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Vienna Finals,   Tsonga vs Pouille  Tip: 1

explanation: Tsonga lost his finals match in Vienna last year (defeated to Murray), obviously the surface suits his play. Tsonga also had easier work in the semi finals (1h47 spent on the court) while Pouille needed 2h20  to dispose Kyle Edmund. I have seen both players in some recent matches and older Frenchman looks in better form.... (took title last week in Antwerp). H2H favors Tsonga 2-0 already, including indoor win in 2017 (routine two sets win in Marseille). Tsonga enjoys his parenthood finally.

extra info: Pouille will play his first 500 final.

Nice prediction!  I personally like when sports tipsters take the time to explain how they came to the conclusion of the pick. So many times ive seen tipsters post what seems to be a random match that doesn't look like any research or analysis was done. I like your style man this is how it should be done

Yes, if tip provider explains why they choose a particular team for betting then many people trust those kinds of tips instead just say bet on the particular team. I do not follow these tennis games but still after reading OP post understood why I need to choose them to bet. Good luck to you for your future predictions...
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October 29, 2017, 07:00:08 AM
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Thank you all on support and kind words, my aim is to come up with reasonable bets (read and investigate lot), tennis experience is not lacking.

there is one more bet for the day: Moutet Corentin vs Stefanos Tsitsipas  TIP: 2 (Tsitsipas to win)

reasons: both men are still very young and great future is in front of them. Tsitsipas played great this tournament and reached SF last week as well. He is more established player (already faced top players), on the other hand Moutet spent more hours on the court (3 matches went into decider, while he invested lot energy to come back from a set down from Yannick Maden). Also he was a market drifter in match vs Gleb Sakharov *but surprisingly won that match*.  odds look great, Tstisipas is currently ranked 95 while Moutet is 224. discrepancy is obvious.
Tsitsipas has right now 3-2 record versus left handers (Moutet is a leftie). Energy levels are important in this one and that something I signify. Moutet should be fatigued with previous exploits.

good luck bettors
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October 29, 2017, 07:10:01 AM
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Putro can win this match, I can see two strong winning possibilities here,

1) over 22 games, and
2) just wait for starting 4 games and then bet on federer, you will get better odds.

   
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October 29, 2017, 07:33:48 AM
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Putro can win this match, I can see two strong winning possibilities here,

1) over 22 games, and
2) just wait for starting 4 games and then bet on federer, you will get better odds.

   
that's why I said winning a set should be a safe bet (I hope so). good luck
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October 29, 2017, 02:14:09 PM
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Tennis Integrity Unit should visit Tsonga   Huh
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October 29, 2017, 04:24:39 PM
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I will bookmark this one mate, Can you show your stats though, I just keep betting on tennis but in my stats I am losing so, maybe I can start having some bet by tipster.
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October 29, 2017, 04:30:10 PM
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Putro can win this match, I can see two strong winning possibilities here,

1) over 22 games, and
2) just wait for starting 4 games and then bet on federer, you will get better odds.

   

This is what I call a perfect prediction. Hope many of you benefited from my analysis.  Grin Grin
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October 29, 2017, 08:33:44 PM
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@Tavarez

It is easy to be smart afterwards but Tsonga match cost me a lot of money today, but it is OK because he won me some yesterday so win some lose some. Just to be clear I am not blaming you I picked the same tips as you on my own before seeing your thread.

I hope you will continue with your tips. Tennis is my favorite sport for betting. Especially handicaps. I would appreciate to have place where I can bounce ideas about tips a bit.

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October 30, 2017, 05:10:36 AM
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@Tavarez

It is easy to be smart afterwards but Tsonga match cost me a lot of money today, but it is OK because he won me some yesterday so win some lose some. Just to be clear I am not blaming you I picked the same tips as you on my own before seeing your thread.

I hope you will continue with your tips. Tennis is my favorite sport for betting. Especially handicaps. I would appreciate to have place where I can bounce ideas about tips a bit.

Ya I am totally agree with you that no body can predict the outcome of any tennis match with 100% accuracy. But no body can predict stock exchange or value of rel estate either, ultimately its all boils down to your understanding and research of the market or a particular game. I love cricket and that is why I avoid betting on cricket because there seems to be less objectivity in my pickings, which is not good in long run.
I bet on tennis because I see tennis as pure betting market with no inclination towards any player and so far I am doing good.
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October 30, 2017, 06:57:47 AM
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Well personally if you were risk-less you would have routed for Rafael Nadal or Roger Federer because they basically poised to be world number 1 as the year end goes down. Well as far I can see there are numbers of Tennis players who are at form and are out there to make some noise like for example  Sam Querry who upsets in Wimbledon to dethrone him there, also Juan Martin Del Potro who upsets Federer in the US Open. Basically it just goes down if you are risk taker and bet on the under dog or are you a make sure person to route for the Big 4 of Tennis.

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October 30, 2017, 07:19:01 AM
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i like the way how you explained why do we need to be on that side. Thumbs up of this guy. Im going to follow some of your tips. Thanks!
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October 30, 2017, 09:19:56 AM
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Robredo vs Molleker      tip: over (G) 20,5

This R1 will be a clash of two different generations. Molleker aged 17, and 35 y-old Robredo. Ranking of two players isn't a factor in this one. Robredo struggled with results on ATP level this season (reached one QF in Casablanca), he did slightly better on challenger circuit reaching SF twice and one finals. This will be his 1st indoor appearance in 2017. Molleker introduced himself in Hamburg (went successfully through the qualifications with wins over Casper Ruud and Leonardo Mayer)..... later was defeated by Khachanov in R1. important factor is that he played more in quicker conditions this season.
to conclude Robredo is better (established) player but lacks matches on this surface while young Molleker will try his best in front of home crowd. easy win is not expected here, either player.
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October 30, 2017, 09:41:07 AM
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Along with these detailed bet details, you also consider adding a summary report in your first post like so far how many bets you got success and how many you failed. That will give an idea about your success rate. These are free tips shouldn't expect more than what you're providing good details about the match but I felt that summary report is good to have it.
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October 30, 2017, 09:43:44 AM
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Thx,i will bet the same thing as you,hope it will be a win
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October 30, 2017, 11:02:08 AM
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Currently watching Ryan Harrison vs Gojowczyk....... American is mentally weak (shrink is needed)...

actually both are ridiculous/
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October 30, 2017, 12:02:17 PM
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tennis can be cruel game at times, Ryan won more pts in total opening set (also better win-ue ratio), twice had lead in the breaker but still lost that set. during the 2nd set he went mad (upped number of ues), with code violation....   on the other hand German never looked as stronger player but intelligently won the crucial pts. Gojowczyk so dependent on his 1st serve....... struggled for pts behind his 2nd deal.
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