Betfair Tennis Trading Tips Saturday 25th May


Saturday’s Tips:

All times are UK/Irish:

(Please note that yesterday’s times on certain matches happened to be
wrongly put on Betfair. All of them are subject to change).

WTA Strasbourg:

1. 16:00 – Cornet v Hradecka:

Lay Cornet@1.71, back@2

ATP Dusseldorf:

2. 13:00 – Nieminen v Monaco:

Lay Monaco@1.35, back@1.6

This may indeed go to Monaco but I was surprised how good Nieminen
served yesterday against Sijsling. I think Monaco may have
trouble early on especially if his serve doesn’t do damage!

Open de Nice :

3. 15:30 – Montanes v Monfils:

Lay Monfils@1.4, back@1.65


Both the BH are from WTA Brussels Semi Finals today:

4. 11:30 – Oprandi v Peng

BH on Oprandi@1.58, lay@1.3

5. 12:00 – Kanepi v Hampton

BH on Kanepi Lay @1.4, back@1.2

I am fairly confident on Kanepi reaching the final today. So assuming
Oprandi makes it to the final as well, Back in favour of Kanepi at the
start. One thing that sets Kanepi apart from the others in this
tournament is the serve. She has the most consistent serves amongst
the remaining players and I expect Hampton’s amazing run to come
to an end today!

Good luck for the Finals and Semis for today and watch out for the
French Open tips to follow soon!

Have a nice day!

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