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Takao Suzuki, better odds than Becker?

With betfair. Their odds were pretty much even before the match, now Suzuki is ahead after just one game. There's a huge ranking difference, it doesn't sound right to me.

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Re: Takao Suzuki, better odds than Becker?

The triads have their fingers in many pies.
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The triads have their fingers in many pies.
They aren't playing in China. It's the Yakuza in Japan.

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Fixed.

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Re: Takao Suzuki, better odds than Becker?

Yeah right, like they'd fix whilst the shadows are over all the players.
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Re: Takao Suzuki, better odds than Becker?

Maybe they just know how crap Benji's been all year

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Re: Takao Suzuki, better odds than Becker?

Federer had a though match against Suziki last year in Tokyo and considering Becker is maybe tired after Bangkok, that's not so odd

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Re: Takao Suzuki, better odds than Becker?

I think its because Suzuki is a better player than Becker.
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Re: Takao Suzuki, better odds than Becker?

Looks like Becker won anyway. I guess the punters just know what they're talking about after all?

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I think its because Suzuki is a better player than Becker.


I am following the forum for a while and I noticed your low IQ posts in gambling forum. This above statement only proves it. What does it take to judge a player? Most would agree that GS results, current ranking, max. ranking, win-loss ratio, ATP level victories, ATP titles, ATP finals etc...In all these categories Becker is way above Suzuki, so I don't know how blind one can be to say that Suzuki is better player than Becker.
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I am following the forum for a while and I noticed your low IQ posts in gambling forum. This above statement only proves it. What does it take to judge a player? Most would agree that GS results, current ranking, max. ranking, win-loss ratio, ATP level victories, ATP titles, ATP finals etc...In all these categories Becker is way above Suzuki, so I don't know how blind one can be to say that Suzuki is better player than Becker.
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I am following the forum for a while and I noticed your low IQ posts in gambling forum. This above statement only proves it. What does it take to judge a player? Most would agree that GS results, current ranking, max. ranking, win-loss ratio, ATP level victories, ATP titles, ATP finals etc...In all these categories Becker is way above Suzuki, so I don't know how blind one can be to say that Suzuki is better player than Becker.
If it wasn't for injuries, Suzuki would be a top 50 player. He has all the talent in the world.

Becker on the otherhand, is a mug.

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Re: Takao Suzuki, better odds than Becker?

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Peer is not bad. Then again, I have no standards.
lol that made me chuckle...

Alot of people thought that becker might throw in a almagro type performance today but it didnt happen.

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Peer is not bad, I'm sure you wouldn't say no if she was offered on a plate, TMJordan.
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