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Would rather go for the over here. Don't know about Denis, he was just so awful on clay last year and rome is really slow and high bouncing from what I see. Pella also isn't in good form but surface shoud suit him
It smells like trap of the year to me; logic dictates a Shitpoovalov victory, while the odds indicate a Pella one.
 

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Would rather go for the over here. Don't know about Denis, he was just so awful on clay last year and rome is really slow and high bouncing from what I see. Pella also isn't in good form but surface shoud suit him
I should have included: Although he's good on clay (at least statistically) I do agree with you to an extent, but still would favor him over Pella in this match, by a wide margin.
 

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Horrible loss from Demon, literally unbelievable stuff. That miss on MP also 🙄.
 

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Trying another one, Struff, De Minaur and Ram/Salisbury shit the bed.

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lmao match fixing in a Masters, sure.
Don't think there is match fixing at this level, but the fast transition from hard to clay can lead to funny results. Other players might not want to spend too much energy in this tournament and saving themselves for Roland Garros. Who knows what plans players have. I think we should be very careful with betting in this period and take anything into consideration. 🤷‍♂️
 

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Don't think there is match fixing at this level, but the fast transition from hard to clay can lead to funny results. Other players might not want to spend too much energy in this tournament and saving themselves for Roland Garros. Who knows what plans players have. I think we should be very careful with betting in this period and take anything into consideration. 🤷‍♂️
True so i write tank / match fixing , are nearly the same

everyone knows Paire gonna tank the match of today... so the match fixing isn't so far away
 

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Wanted to bet on Gilles/Vliegen over Bolelli/Fognini based on Fognini's recent injury, but odds dropped a lot. Not going to do it anymore.

And the Italians can play amazing tennis. Just depends on Fabio's mood/fitness.
 

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Small bet on PCB/AdM live @750. Probably a loser, but they're good enough those are tempting odds.
 

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lmao match fixing in a Masters, sure.
Actually I have seen that once, years ago (I forget the match, but I think that it was in Monte Carlo). I've seen a dozen or so in other ATP events and hundreds upon hundreds in challengers. In case you're wondering my standard is odds movement to the point that all reasonable doubt is removed (I'm not the kind to call a match fixed because I lost a bet or something unlikely happened).
 

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it happened again lololol


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Why bet on Fritz though? That's Travaglia's best surface, playing at home (high motivation) and also had matches on clay the week before. He also beat Taylor in straight sets on hard court this year. Fritz probably had some practice on clay after US Open and that's all. And to be honest, he kinda sucks on it. Not trying to sound smart or anything, it sucks to lose only one match, but I'd be curious to hear your arguments.
 

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Why bet on Fritz though? That's Travaglia's best surface, playing at home (high motivation) and also had matches on clay the week before. He also beat Taylor in straight sets on hard court this year. Fritz probably had some practice on clay after US Open and that's all. And to be honest, he kinda sucks on it. Not trying to sound smart or anything, it sucks to lose only one match, but I'd be curious to hear your arguments.
Fritz form too good for surface to make a difference, my thought.

Last year beat Schwartzman on clay, so he is capable. But probably Schwartzman was too passive that match.

And bookies took the odds down a lot after this.
 
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