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Miami Qualifying Singles

03-21-2006, 02:04 PM
I allready bet on two 'doubles'

Bogomolov over Mertinak @1.68
Reynolds over Hernych @ 2.50

Bogomolov seems a sure thing to me because Mertinak didn't have any real good results in last 52 weeks and i just can't see Bogomolov loosing. Reynolds is more of a risk, but i am hoping he gets back to his form from the last months of 2005..Being in his homecountry i think he can beat Hernych.


Capdeville over Guccione @ 1.60
Mello over Greul @ 2.14

Capdeville has been hot off late in the USA. Altough he lost his last two matches against Spadea and Sanguinetti. He did very well in Memphis. First qualifying for the main draw and then beating Robredo and Karlovic. Mello hasn't played a lot this year on hardcourt but he should be far more experienced than Greul. Altough Greul played more matches on HC so far he his results didn't impress me. So fairly good ods for Mello.

I also wanna put in another double with two out of this 3 matches..

I am leaning to:

Garcia Lopez over Luczak @ 1.7
Fish over Marach @ 1.48
Kim over Daniel @ 1.35

Any advice?

Horatio Caine
03-21-2006, 02:16 PM
I wouldn't have opposed Guccione myself

GGL v Luczak is one to avoid - clash of similar styles and ability. GGL has the edge I think, purely because he gets good results on hard and Luczak is overrated after his Aus campaign.

Fish - should win

Kim - Daniel is dangerous, but the surface should suit Kim's serve and volley game quite well.

Fish is the most likely to win imho

Good luck :yeah:

03-21-2006, 02:52 PM
Looks like i was totally wrong with Mello :mad:

03-21-2006, 02:58 PM
Phau x Hernych x Llodra @3.71

Phau already one set down. :(

03-21-2006, 03:03 PM
I wouldn't touch any of those matches but Kim over Daniel is probably the safest.. obviously it's also the lowest paying odds.

Also like Hernych over Reynolds.

03-21-2006, 03:10 PM
I'm glad i stayed away from Phau! He's now also a break down in the second set!

Meanwhile Mello leads 3-0 in second set!

03-21-2006, 04:05 PM
Melo screwed up! He was up a break in the third and now he ends up 7-5 losing even after break ball on 6-5 behind..but hey that's the life of gambling!