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Saviour Sunday

its.like.that
07-24-2005, 12:26 AM
Sunday in tennis is akin to the last race at the horse track known as the "get out race" - meaning the race on which you can make back all your losses. So if you fall into this category at the moment, I shall do my bit to try pull you back in.



Amersfoot - Fena "G-Unit" Gonzalez has been on fire all week, and I cannot see him losing to his geographical neighbour in Agustin Calleri. Full respect must be given to the argentine, who is making his first finals appearance since Costa Do Sauipe (February 2004). He had no problems in disposing of Ivo Minar 4 & 4, while his highly fancied compatriot Puerta, struggled vehemently with the czech.

Head to head: Fena Gonzo leads 2-1.

2001 Montevideo Challenger SF Clay (O) F.GONZALEZ 5-7 6-4 5-7
2002 Vina Del Mar 32 Clay (O) F.GONZALEZ 4-6 0-6
2003 Estoril QF Clay (O) A.CALLERI 7-5 6-1


Verdict: Either way, the play remains the same, Fena is the go-to man.

Gonzalez over Calleri @ 1.31 (best of 3 sets format).



Stuttgart - Rafael Nadal meets Gaston Gaudio for the 3rd time this year. They are locked up at 1-1. If anyone is to break Rafa's streak in his next 20 claycourt matches, Gaston is the man.

Head to head: G-Train Gaston leads 3-1.

2003 Hamburg 16 Clay (O) G.GAUDIO 2-6 2-6
2004 Bastad QF Clay (O) G.GAUDIO 2-6 3-6
2005 Buenos Aires QF Clay (O) G.GAUDIO 6-0 0-6 1-6
2005 Monte Carlo QF Clay (O) R.NADAL 6-3 6-0

Maybe these two will actually play a set of more than 9 games for once :lol:.

Verdict: If you are an in-play trader, then lay the 1.16, and you should easily be able to trade your way into a nice green-green situation. If not, then playing the correct set score may be the way to go, the most liquidable option of which should be Nadal 3-0. You can either back it, or lay it at around 1.90-2.00 - personally, I would rather the lay option, although GG could throw in the towel after the first break of serve, who knows :shrug:.



Indiannapolis - Taylor "I am only good because my dad is Aussie" Dent lines up against Robbie "hey mum, look at me mum, I beat Andy" Ginepri. The big serving Aussie is yet to drop a set all week, and in fact hasn't even been pushed so far as a tiebreaker just yet. This tournament has Taylor's name written all over it - I even saw the trophy at the engraver's shop yesterday.

Head to head: T-Mac leads 3-1.

2002 Memphis 32 Hard (I) T.DENT 7-6(5) 6-4
2002 Newport SF Grass (O) T.DENT 3-6 6-3 6-1
2003 Stockholm 16 Hard (I) R.GINEPRI 7-6(2) 6-7(7) 4-6
2005 Adelaide 32 Hard (O) T.DENT 6-1 2-6 6-2

Verdict: Aussie Aussie Aussie... Oi Oi Oi...

Taylor "I will put a" Dent in "Ginepri" @ 1.65



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God bless you all.

(Now time for some much needed sleep, see you all later :wavey: )

Ps. if you are required to quote this post, please be selective, I hate having to scroll down for miles to see what my fellow punters have added. :p

bad gambler
07-24-2005, 12:32 AM
Forget the 1-2 punch, give me a 1-2-3 Sudnay KO :boxing:

Parlay:

Gonzo x Nadal x Dent = $2.45 (5 units)

I'm also going to play Nadal to win 3-0, no mkt info on that as yet.

But for those who want a bit undercard action before the main event, visit the rugby thread in a couple of hours :rocker:

bad gambler
07-24-2005, 12:34 AM
Stuttgart - Rafael Nadal meets Gaston Gaudio for the 3rd time this year. They are locked up at 1-1. If anyone is to break Rafa's streak in his next 20 claycourt matches, Gaston is the man.

Head to head: G-Train Gaston leads 3-1.

2003 Hamburg 16 Clay (O) G.GAUDIO 2-6 2-6
2004 Bastad QF Clay (O) G.GAUDIO 2-6 3-6
2005 Buenos Aires QF Clay (O) G.GAUDIO 6-0 0-6 1-6
2005 Monte Carlo QF Clay (O) R.NADAL 6-3 6-0

Maybe these two will actually play a set of more than 9 games for once :lol:.

Verdict: If you are an in-play trader, then lay the 1.16, and you should easily be able to trade your way into a nice green-green situation. If not, then playing the correct set score may be the way to go, the most liquidable option of which should be Nadal 3-0. You can either back it, or lay it at around 1.90-2.00 - personally, I would rather the lay option, although GG could throw in the towel after the first break of serve, who knows :shrug:.





I got to disagree on your approach, i say take what you can get at the start, you are not going to get anything better in game :p

its.like.that
07-24-2005, 12:52 AM
I got to disagree on your approach, i say take what you can get at the start, you are not going to get anything better in game :p
lol... just like the Brisbane Lions? ;)

bad gambler
07-24-2005, 12:55 AM
lol... just like the Brisbane Lions? ;)
its easier to judge others when you don't put your money where your mouth is :)

its.like.that
07-24-2005, 01:09 AM
its easier to judge others when you don't put your money where your mouth is :)
but you told me that you were OTHER BETS... thus removing my duty to provide winners for the loyal MTF gamblers.

anyhow, I need to summon you for a Gamblers Lounge board meeting, I shall PM you. :p

adk
07-24-2005, 02:05 AM
The kid x Gonzo looks like nice bank interest for tomorrow :)

Yoel and co.
07-24-2005, 01:54 PM
I had Nadal * Gonzo on Wednesday to win the tournaments @ 2.96. Good stuff :)

BTW, wasn't Nadal's game supposed to be best of five?

adk
07-24-2005, 02:17 PM
I had Nadal * Gonzo on Wednesday to win the tournaments @ 2.96. Good stuff :)

BTW, wasn't Nadal's game supposed to be best of five?

It was :confused:

adk
07-24-2005, 02:55 PM
Now guys, Ginepri or Dent?

its.like.that
07-24-2005, 03:07 PM
Now guys, Ginepri or Dent?
DENT

Yoel and co.
07-24-2005, 03:16 PM
It was :confused:

But I read Nadal won 6-2 6-3...

Yoel and co.
07-24-2005, 03:25 PM
OK, I now saw the right score....Livescore.com had a wrong one