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Woooooooooooooooooo-Hoooooooooooooooooooooo...!!!

Did ya see Milos kick that dude's A$$ today...???!!! Big Smile Thumbs Up

That put's him into the FINAL tomorrow where he will kick even MORE A$$...!!!

Then he'll climb to 8th or better in the world soon enough and kick EVERYBODY'S A$$E$ to claim the title of BEST IN THE WORLD!!! Big Smile Thumbs Up

     
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Thailand - PTT Thailand Open
Tomas Berdych vs Milos Raonic
Tomas Berdych Win 1.6 at bet365

Berdych think Raonic much higher, but this surface to equalize things pretty, but Raonic has much to be as reliable as Czech.
Berdych is a player who sometimes lose who do not have to lose, but that Nadal, Djokovic always fear him because he is very dangerous on all surfaces. Is the number 6 in the world and is well established in the top10, you still have years of permanence.

Here is doing a good tennis, won 6-3 6-3 to Bautista, and Lu 7-6 6-4 7-5 6-7 6-2 Simon, victory is noteworthy for how well they had been playing Gilles.

Berdych has 0 titles this year, hard-indoor and always seems to have good results, won the Paris MS on this surface in 2005 and last year won in Montpellier and Stockholm. This year has been a finalist in Marseille. It has only 8 degrees, so that a degree is quite important in your resume, to magnify with numbers, because it has very good results forever, but has lacked finish.

Raonic tennis is not yet a winner, not usually win people's top10, has 4 titles, but 3 are in San Jose, where the luxury box is not to say, but it is the same surface that here.

He left a set against Matosevic, then won easy to Feliciano, who seems to have taken so far, and now has won tracing Gasquet, when it seemed that he would lose.

I think tomorrow and it's up losing to a superior opponent as is Czech.

     
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SOUSA J. (POR) - BENNETEAU J. (FRA) over 9,5 games in the first set
BERDYCH T. (CZE) - RAONIC M. (CAN) tie-break in the firs set
BARTHEL M. (GER) - DAVIS L. (USA) over 9,5 games in the first set
KIRILENKO M. (RUS) - ZHENG J. (CHN) three sets in the match

     
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China - China Open

marinko matosevic vs julien benneteau

Marinko Matosevic Win

     
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Just one good bet out of four yesterday,25% so low for tennis
DIMITROV G. (BUL) - BAUTISTA A. R. (ESP) correct score 2-0 for Dimitrov
MONTANES A. (ESP) - KOHLSCHR. P. (GER) correct score 2-0 for Kohlschreiber
HSIEH S-W. (TPE) - KUZNETSOVA S. (RUS) first set won by Kuzn
PETKOVIC A. (GER) - AZARENKA V. (BLR) over 9,5 games in the first set

     
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ATP 500 - China Open (Beijing):
Grigor Dimitrov - Roberto Bautista Tongue dimitrov to win in straight sets
Albert Montanes - Philipp Kohlschreiber Tongue a three setter match
Tommy Haas - Lleyton Hewitt Tongue well well...a battle of the old school Big Smile i think haas will win in striaght sets here

WTA - China Open (Beijing):
Sara Errani - Misaki Doi Tongue errani to win in straight sets
Lucie Safarova - Kaia Kanepi Tongue kanepi to win in 3 sets

     
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Woooooooooooooooo-Hoooooooooooooooooooo.....!!!

Did ya see Milos pick the bones of that Berdych! Chewin' them up, and spittin' them out... Big Smile

Now it's on to Japan where the Master of Aces is gonna feast at the tennis sushi-bar and clobber them ALL OVER AGAIN!!!

Top 8 and ATP title,....here we come...!!! Big Smile<heheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee..............

     
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United States - Sacramento
james mcgee vs collin altamirano
Under(-) 18.5
James McGee - 26 years - # 246 in the ATP ranking. The Irish player is completing its best season since that is professional, reached earlier this month of September its highest ranking, the 226. His favorite surface is rapid, as this is where best suits your game.
Collin Altamirano - 17 years - no ATP ranking. The young American tennis for me a player who is still very green and in fact, has failed to win any major round match. Their record in those games this season is 0-5, complying in all its defeats the game under bet365 offers us.

     
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ATP 500 - China Open (Beijing):
David Ferrer - Vasek Pospisil Tongue ferrer to win in straight sets

ATP Challenger - Mons, Belgium:
Ricardas Berankis - Steve Darcis Tongue berankis to win in straight sets
Olivier Rochus - Marc Gicquel Tongue rochus to win

ATP Challenger - Sacramento, USA:
Dennis Nevolo - Bobby Reynolds Tongue bobby to bob the match in straight sets

     
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Japón - Rakuten Japan Open Tennis Championships
juan monaco / Horacio Zeballos vs Rohan Bopanna / Edouard Roger-Vasselin
Rohan Bopanna and Edouard Roger-Vasselin - will win 2-0

Brazil - Sao Paulo
artem Sitak vs bjorn Fratangelo
Win Fratangelo 2-0

United States - Sacramento
Kyrgios nick vs rajeev ram
Win Nick Kyrgios
robert kendrick vs thanasi Kokkinakis
Win Thanasi Kokkinakis

     
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United States - Sacramento

Jarmere jenkins vs daniel evans
Win Daniel Evans

peter polansky vs samuel groth
Win Peter Polansky

China - China Open

john isner vs tomas berdych
Win John Isner

bernard tomic vs richard gasquet
Richard Gasquet won 2-0

Japón - Rakuten Japan Open Tennis Championships
juan martin del potro vs alexandr dolgopolov
Dolgopolov +1.5 sets

Bélgica - Mons
radek stepanek vs lorenzo giustino
Under(-) 19.5

     
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ATP 500 - China Open (Beijing):
Novak Djokovic - Sam Querrey Tongue djokovic to win in straight sets

ATP 500 - Rakuten Japan Open (Tokyo):
Milos Raonic - Ivan Dodig Tongue raonic to win in straight sets
Juan Martin Del Potro - Nicolas Almagro Tongue del potro to win in straight sets

ATP Challenger - Mons, Belgium:
Marc Gicquel - Paul-Henri Mathieu Tongue mathieu to win in straight sets

     
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DJOKOVIC N. (SRB) - GASQUET R. (FRA) under 9,5 games in the first set
KVITOVA P. (CZE) - JANKOVIC J. (SRB) three sets in the match
WILLIAMS S. (USA) - RADWANSKA A. (POL) under 9,5 games in the first set
BLACK C./MIRZA S. - DUSHEVINA V./PARRA S win for Black / Mirza

     
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United States - Sacramento

robert kendrick/brian martinez vs matt reid/john-patrick smith
Matt Reid / John-Patrick Smith - win 2-0

Brian Martinez is an American of 34 years retired, who never played in ATP, CH, ITF and Junior and I have searched and only find 3 games played, the 3 in doubles.
R16 Jordan Kerr (AUS) / David Martin (USA) 114 / 90 L 4-6, 2-6
R16 Jarmere Jenkins (USA) / Eric Quigley (USA) 1.130 / No L 2-6, 1-6
R16 Rasmus Norby (DEN) / Martin Pedersen (DEN) 288 / 282 L 4-6, 1-6

Robert Kendrick is an American of 33 years retired. He became a good player, peaking at No. 69 ranking in singles and No. 77 in doubles in 2009.

Their rivals are the favorites to win the tournament. Both Reid and Smith are Australian players who are well known.

Both are better doubles player than singles players dominate although both disciplines being Reid # 235 in singles and No. 137 in doubles and Smith No. 217 in singles and No. 69 in doubles.

     
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Looks like ol' Milos is REALLY making a move as of late! He's like the Cookie Monster at the Sushi Bar.... Bits flying ALL over the place...and another trail of didillusioned opponents in his wake... Big Smile Thumbs Up

I'm hoping he's gonna come up big again for back to back wins here in the last 2 tournaments... We'll see tomorrow!

Milos REALLY wants to make top 8 in the world by the end of the season,...and I think he can DO IT!!! Smile

     
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ATP 500 - China Open (Beijing):
Novak Djokovic - Rafael Nadal Tongue another great battle is on the cards, clearly these are the best two players in the world at the moment...and probably for many more years to come. i think nadal is to win here, not sure bout the scoreline, but currently he seems to have the momentum...

     
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United States - Sacramento

donald young vs tim smyczek
Win Donald Young

Young comes at a tremendously good. Recently won the Challenger of Napa, this same surface. They gave only one set in the final against Ebden. To this end has come passing over its rivals, without dropping a set. After a terrible 2012, seems to be reaching the time.

Smyczek also comes at a good time. Semifinalist in Napa (which just fell easy with Young), and here is the final floor. The H2H is broad, Young dominated 7-3.

     
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ATP 1000 - Rolex Masters (Shanghai):
Sam Querrey - Tommy Haas Tongue a three setter match

WTA - Generali Ladies Linz:
Karolina Pliskova - Francesca Schiavone Tongue schiavone to win in straight sets
Klara Zakopalova - Stefanie Voegele Tongue zakopalova to win in straight sets

ATP Challenger - Rennes, France:
Frank Dancevic - Flavio Cipolla Tongue dancevic to win in three sets

     
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ATP 250 - Erste Bank Open (Vienna):
Radek Stepanek - Tommy Haas Tongue haas to win in straight sets
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Dominic Thiem Tongue tsonga to win in straight sets

ATP 250 - If Stockholm Open (Stockholm):
Benoit Paire - Milos Raonic Tongue raonic to win in straight sets
David Ferrer - Fernando Verdasco Tongue three setter match

     
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ATP 500 - Swiss Indoors (Basel):
Benjamin Becker - Marcos Baghdatis Tongue becker to win, but to drop a set
Ivo Karlovic - Tomas Berdych Tongue berdych to win in straight sets
Juan Martin Del Potro - Henri Laaksonen Tongue del potro to win in straight sets
Paul-Henri Mathieu - Denis Kudla Tongue mathieu to win
Stanislas Wawrinka - Edouard Roger-Vasselin Tongue wawrinka to win in straight sets

     
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