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Discussion in 'Sports & Training' started by bijald0331, Oct 29, 2010.
Timbergirls messed my parlay up. was covering the whole damn game. start loosing at the end smh
celtics finally catching me a break
4U Petkovic +3 games
2U Petkovic +140 ML
4U Tomljanovic -125 ML
Going favs. Bucks -10 blazers -3.5
2U Pegula +170 ML
She has no business being this big of an underdog. Taking the 3.5 games is probably the safer play, but there's too much value here for me to pass up.
Took Thunder +3.5
@youngwolf The Wolf did some damage today
3U Kasatkina +2.5 games @ -115
She's struggled to start the season, but the slower courts at Indian Wells + the variety she plays with should give her the edge here.
Clippers -2 tonight
Also riding pistons streak -4
3U Hsieh Su-wei -105 ML
2U Ostapenko +180 ML
3U Bernarda Pera +1.5 sets @ -112
I think she wins this, but I'm going to stick with the safer bet since I'm still in the hole today.
Taking Philly too...3U +7.5.
4U Azarenka +3.5 games
Prolly gonna degen and take phillies today for harper day with arreta on mound for few inn.
Rn they are -134 going to wait closer to 1:05 till i put bet in. Up $546 on week so prolly do a 2U bet
3U Vekic -4.5 games
I'm on Duke ML this evening. Even without Zion. Reddish gonna fry.
3U Pegula +135 ML
I was rooting for Ajla but appears she had nothin' for Sabalenka in the third set.
Tsitsipas got upset today. Keeping my eye on Nishioka vs. Bautista Agut and Raonic vs. Querrey.
He was upset on paper, but FAA is legit. But that's going to be common theme for Tsitsipas until he makes some changes. He just doesn't when enough points. And that's a tough brand of tennis to play.
4U Pavlyuchenkova -3 games
4U Kvitova -4.5 games
Didn't know much about FAA going into the Tsitsipas match. Heard he's quite the athlete though. Of all the young Canadians, I've been tracking and rooting for Shapovalov the most. Will keep an eye out for FAA here on out.
Yea, I've followed him for awhile now. Listed him (along with Shapo, ) in this post in the tennis thread about my favorite next gen-ers. His game really just doesn't have any weaknesses. At this point, for him, it's just about refinement and putting it all together. He's like the Anisimova of the men's tour.