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    Posted: 31/October/2012 at 13:09
For the Paris Masters today ten pound pays back 33.61 on this treble......

Over 23 games in the Michael Llodra vs John Isner match at 4/6. Both players are hard to break the serve of. Especially Isner with his mammoth serve. I expect a tie break and it will probably go to a third and final set.

Paul Henri Mathieu at +5.5 games vs Andy Murray at 5/6. Murray has recently lost his first match in a tournament and is known to be a slow starter a lot of the time. With Mathieu having a patrotic home crowd behind him it should be close. 6-3 6-3 to Murray would ruin the bet but 6-3 6-4 will do.

Novak Djorkovic to beat Sam Querrey at 1/10. No value but bumps a couple of quid onto the return for the soon to be back to world number one Novak.



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I'm guessing nobody backed Querrey to beat Djokovik, that's gonna be a lot of fucked up accumulaters.


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Originally posted by DangerZone DangerZone wrote:

I'm guessing nobody backed Querrey to beat Djokovik, that's gonna be a lot of fucked up accumulaters.


That's how bookies get rich LOL Rich dudes won't think anything of risking 10,000 on Novak thinking it's an easy 1,000 quid profit at 1/10.

http://www.oddschecker.com/tennis/mens-tour/atp-world-tour-finals/winner

From those odds I reckon 7/2 for Federer is a good bet because.......

1) Murray and Novak both had bad weeks in Paris.
2) Federer is in good nick reaching the final in Basle last sunday.
3) Federer pulled out of Paris so the extra week to rest up will be good for him.
4) After losing the Olympic final last time he was in London he will be aiming to go one better.
5) He's losing his number 1 spot to Novak again which should spur him on to finish the season on an high at the 02.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote NFaMouZ Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02/July/2014 at 02:14
I'll put it here because all you jealous Poms etc can't handle we have the next big thing. 

GET IN THERE Nick!. What a fucking performance for a 19 year old to outplay one of the best players in history. Nadal actually played well, Kyrgios just played better. Yes Australia are going mental and yes it is because we have had nothing to cheer about for over a decade. 

Legit going to be the next big thing. 
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Looks and acts like a cunt though. Prototypical Aussie athlete really.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote NFaMouZ Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02/July/2014 at 05:05
Na we are blind from that because we are bias as fuck. Watch our Roger, Nick is coming for you Grand Slam record. 
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I'm oblivious to that Kyrgios kid. Especially when Genie Bouchard is still in the tournament. With Maria Sharapova out of Wimbledon, she now has a legit chance to make it to her first Grand Slam final.

Never been more proud of being Canadian than watching Genie & Milos Raonic playing the way they're doing right now!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote NFaMouZ Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02/July/2014 at 08:58
IF I was to rate the reasons I love Genie Bouchard, her tennis ability probably comes in at around 4th. 
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Originally posted by EdgeHead EdgeHead wrote:

I'm oblivious to that Kyrgios kid. Especially when Genie Bouchard is still in the tournament. With Maria Sharapova out of Wimbledon, she now has a legit chance to make it to her first Grand Slam final.

Never been more proud of being Canadian than watching Genie & Milos Raonic playing the way they're doing right now!


She's awesome. Unlike Anna Kournikova she can back up her looks with talent.

Way better than the overated Maria Sharapova (both in looks and talent).

Up there with the likes of Ana Ivanovic, Sabine Lisicki (when those two played eachother....), Aggy Radwanksa, Maria Kirilenko etc. Alize Cornet who beat Serena Williams ain't too bad either. Looks abit like a French version of Lucy Watson from Made In Chelsea.
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Murray is out, now we can go back to normal!

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