All times are UK/Irish and are subject to change:
Swedish Open ATP:
1. 10:00 – Hajek v Garcia Lopez
Back Garcia Lopez@1.65, email@example.com
2. 10:00 – Volandri v Zopp
Back Volandri@1.5, firstname.lastname@example.org
3. 11:15 – Ramos v Reister (worth considering for BH)
Back Ramos@1.54, email@example.com
4. 10:00 – Tatishvili v Luca Jani
Back Tatishvili@1.5, firstname.lastname@example.org
5. 12:30 – Cadantu v Patricia Mayr
Lay Cadantu@1.63, email@example.com
I expect this to be a good match!
6. 15:00 – Babos v Krunic
Back Babos@1.75, firstname.lastname@example.org
HALL OF FAME ATP:
7. 16:00 – Kudla v Pospisil
I am definitely favouring Kudla more
Back email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
8. 17:15 – Amritraj v Cipolla
Back Amritraj@1.65, email@example.com
9. 18:30 – Ebden v Hewitt
Back Hewitt@1.34, firstname.lastname@example.org
(Delay and trade here!!)
10. 19:45 – Russell v Marchenko
Back Russell@1.81, email@example.com
11. 15:00 – Birnerova v Hercog
Back Hercog@1.34, firstname.lastname@example.org
12. 16:15 – Duque Marino v Lucic
Lay Duque Marino@1.6, back@2
13. 16:15 – Pereira v Knapp
Consider a 3 setter here hence worth laying the first set winner.
Lay Knapp@1.64, email@example.com
14. 16:15 – Pfizenmaier v Karolina Pliskova
Lay Pfizenmaier@1.65, back@2
15. 17:30 – Zakopalova v Pennetta
Back Pennetta@1.7, firstname.lastname@example.org
Possible 3 setter here!
16. 13:45 – Granollers v Gulbis
Back Gulbis@1.5, email@example.com
17. 14:15 – Langer v Kern
Prices are not proper here but go with Langer definitely..
Lay around 20 to 30 decimals below!
HOT TIPS: Ramos, Tatishvili, Kudla, Amritraj, Russell and Langer.
I feel looking at the matches for the ITALIA OPEN WTA that it is
likely one match may end up as a 1.01 bank buster. Keep an eye out!
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Imo its worth keeping watch at matches that involve home country players with very low ranking granted wild card entry or qualifying. They tend to overachieve at least for a while. They need to prove themselves to their federations and usually have heavy crowd support. Yesterday a guy from Sweden ranked 1000 took 1 set from Dimitrow. It was pretty close match. Other guy played 3 setter with Ahlund – more than 3 hours. Best liquidity is now in Sweden. In Germany Berrer upset Gimeno-Traver. In Italy in your pick that was initially successful Garcia lost to Italian ranked 200. In States guy ranked 1400 battled polish guy (not Janowicz or Kubot hehe) ranked 100 and so on. Live watching is essential. Today Verdasco plays a guy from Sweden that used to be a very good player years back. Maybe another tight match?