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  1-Jan-15, 09:14   #1
Tennis betting +1 
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S.Wawrinka - N.Almagro
Tip: S.Wawrinka to win with handicap -3,5
I do not have much to critique, it is the beginning of the season there are in addition to comparisons to previous duels nothing special to say, hendi -3.5 is my choice problem will not be required for medium stakes this tip we have to take today.

     
  2-Jan-15, 12:24   #2
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N.Djokovic - S.Wawrinka
Tip: Handicap +4,5 for wawrinka, at 1,85
So semifinal first leg Novak Djokovic in the new year no easy challenge compared to quotas.
Exhibition match here also lies one fact Stasislav Wawrinka is not the type of player who will be amused, while Djokovic will certainly try to put up a crowd to its feet as it can cost much.

     
  3-Jan-15, 13:07   #3
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Wawrinka - Nadal
Tip: Wawrinka to win at 2,20
Looks like Wawrinka solid tennis game just at the beginning and end of the season, yesterday was not celebrated against Djokovic, but if you ask me, it was expected. I believe it would also be spent and Nadal today that the "old". I watched it yesterday, terribly struggled, no backhand slice was not passed over the network, and generally the most backhand threw in the middle of the network. Seems kinda slow, lethargic, and even has his favored forehand played terribly. I believe that Wawrinka to recognize and take advantage of all that his weakness and come to victory.

     
  4-Jan-15, 13:42   #4
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Madison Keys - Dominika Cibulkova
Tip: Over 19,5 games
Season in which he reached his best position in the ranking and in which she played the finals Grand Slam certainly for Dominika Cibulkova be marked as extremely successful, despite a somewhat weaker second season. The same can be said for the Keys, which has reached the first title on the WTA Tour.

     
  5-Jan-15, 15:48   #5
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Coric - Hasse
Tip: Hasse to win at 2,05
Coric is one very young and ambitious tennis player, one of the biggest surprises of last year, ranked 95 in the ATP world list game against old leaves Haase, Dutchman who is ranked at 80 place, playing great in recent games, has five wins in a row, won without problems Challenger in France, and is much more experienced than young Coric.

     
  6-Jan-15, 12:20   #6
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Denis Istomin vs Tomas Berdych

under 21.50

This is a fast surface, Berdych is going to do his big serve + hard hits and Istomin should not be able to get break chances and he is going to probably break at least once per set, which makes this a really nice play for me. Berd won the last 2 matches vs Istomin, 6460 and 6463, although they were in 2013 and 2010. We expect something similar, say 6464 at worst.

     
  6-Jan-15, 16:19   #7
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Ana Konjuh - Elena Vesnina
Tip: Vesnina to win at 2,50
Ana Konjuh has received high temperatures, and in the first match against Barham played with 38.5 temperatures. For the match against Vesnina can not get trained and try to somehow qualify. Elena a lot of years provides the best party on hard and well and this has started. In the first round of the tournament was better than Mladenovic 7-6, 6-2.

     
  8-Jan-15, 18:20   #8
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Samuel Groth vs Milos Raonic

over 22.50

its the begining of the year and an upset wont be impossible because we have seen many at the begining of the year.In 2013 Raonic beat Groth in two sets but now I see three sets or Groth getting 6 games per set.

     
  9-Jan-15, 06:53   #9
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Williams V. - L.Davis
Tip: Williams to win 2:0
Clash of experience and youth. Lauren Davis currently 54th in the WTA rankings, the girl who plays on the principle of hot cold, get set 6:2 and following loss of 6:1, and so on. In the field, she spent almost 6 hours so far and here to fatigue could be a significant faktor. On the other hand there is the legendary Venus Williams, 34 years now 19.na WTA list, is not what it used to be, but still stomping opponents.

     
  10-Jan-15, 07:03   #10
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Isner - Janowicz
Tip: Isner to win at 1.50
On the Hopman Cup meet glossy American John Isner server and in my opinion very tends to oscillate poljak Janowicz who is also known by the service but not as Isner. So far the Hoppman Cup Janowicz has recorded two victories (Ebden and Paire), and he lost to Andy Murray. John Isner also recorded two victories (Pavlasek and Fognini) and lost to Pospisila. I think the hard court in Australia a big advantage for John, because in my opinion the best server behind Karlovic who also has a very good game from the baseline.

     
  11-Jan-15, 07:15   #11
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Federer - Raonic M.
Tip: 1st set over 12,5 games
Raonic in the semifinals got Nishikorija with 6: 7 7: 6 7: 6, with no lost gem, only allowed three break points, which is preserved.
The percentage of points won on first serve is a whopping 86%. He fired as many as 34 aces in the match.
Federer almost too easy reached the final, kicked Duckworth and Dimitrov, while a bit more difficult match played against Milman.
On the last two details from a total of 4 sets played, two were decided in the tie break, one was 7: 5, one was 6: 1.

     
  12-Jan-15, 09:53   #12
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Hantuchova - R.Hogenkamp
Tip: Hantuchova to win
Hantuchova on concrete threefold greater experience older lot no dilemma has a greater capacity simply must get these rivals though not in form.
Hogenkamp younger with little experience in the concrete.

     
  13-Jan-15, 12:17   #13
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Camila Giorgi - Kaia Kanepi
Tip: Kanepi to win at 1,65
Camila Giorgi in the first match of the new season showed uncertainty. She made incredible 23 unforses errors on the service during which as many as nine times stepped on the line.
Her opponent in turn achieved a landslide victory. Kanepi impressed play in Brisbane and the same continued in Hobart.

     
  15-Jan-15, 14:45   #14
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D.Dzumhur - T.Puetz
Tip: Puetz to win at 1,80
Dzumhur in the last round got Slovaks Mecir in three sets, while the Germans got De Paul with 2-0 in sets. Dzumhur almost every match your game in 3 sets, play it oscillates, Puetz is in the form, hard surface suits him, even though the 183 on the scale I think on this medium can play with most of the players from the first 100.

     
  16-Jan-15, 15:45   #15
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A. Bedene - M Przysiezny
Tip: A.Bedene to win
Within the framework of qualifications for AO meet Slovenian Aljaz Bedene and now veteran M. Przysiezny.
Slovene is a great start this season, and probably not early to say that he is the best in life. However, repeatedly raised the question why would he fit in there? In addition to the one son tournament in Chennai, India, Aljaz Bedene is a great start and qualifications for the Australian Open.

     
  16-Jan-15, 16:26   #16
  0 
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Juergen Melzer vs Steve Darcis

2

Darcis started the year in a big big way..having a record of 7 wins and 0 losses..winning the tournament in Noumea..were he won with Mannarino in the semis and Menendez Maceiras in the final.Here he won with Cervantes Huegun and Michon..both in 2 sets..

     
  18-Jan-15, 09:53   #17
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Thomson - J.Souza
Tip: J.Souza to win
Thompson has shown good game the exhibition tournament at Kooyong, Lopez received a 2:0 while lost barely Nishikorija of 2:1. However, I think that the Australian does not have much chance in this match. Sousa is much better placed in the ATP rankings and occupies 52nd place while Thompson only the 273 site.

     
  19-Jan-15, 10:11   #18
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Pennetta - Giorgi
Tip: Pennetta to win at 1,70
Pennetta is better placed in the WTA rankings and occupies 12th position while Giorgi currently on the 33th place.
Certainly it will not be an easy match but I believe that Pennetta much better and I expect them to show and in the field and to come to victory and passing on.

     
  19-Jan-15, 19:40   #19
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Varvara Lepchenko win

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Feliciano Lopez v Denis Kudla
Feliciano Lopez win

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Fabio Fognini win

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Julien Benneteau v Benjamin Becker
Julien Benneteau win

     
  20-Jan-15, 19:45   #20
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Yaroslava Shvedova vs Monica Puig

Shvedova win

This is a second round match of the wta grand slam Australian Open in Melbourne. Yaroslava Shvedova from Kazachstan will face Monica Puig from Portugal here for the first time. Dollar

     
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