Main draw is underway…. Saw most of Wu Cilic. To my rather blind eyes the balls seemed very alive, Cilic was hugely pressed by the swift Chinese ranked I think. There was 3 sets, doubt and TB at the end of the decider. The vacation is over and now Fed is back.
Djokovic looks superb and its his tournament to loose. I just want to see Federer bring his magic on the court and amaze us with his tennis. The draw is tricky and am I the only one who thinks that there is a psychological advantage if Fed plays Djoker in semis rather than finals.
Fed has been schooling others lately so I think number 3 ranking would be more of a blessing than a curse. I all ever write on this blog anymore is how if Fed wants to beat Djoko he needs to be in semi-finals against him. Less pressure, fresher legs. Better chances for Fed if he were to be world 3 or 4 than no chance but to be in the other half from Djoko-bot.
Last year it just took off after that Mayer match, then the fun match vs Benneteau made it way more exciting. Imagine all the fuss from his fans about finally the leading h2h and xth win this year blah blah blah. No one has been able to take more than 3 games each set from him in Beijing, let alone winning. I think people said similar last year? And what happened? And in Dubai and in Cincinatti?
Djoko and Roger are greats, having challenges and learning from each other. Djoko seems at the moment slightly stronger, but Roger for sure more creative, brave and exciting. Well of course I want Roger to win, and will grieve if not.
For the final at least! Djoker is ridiculously good, but his tennis is boring for me. Never in a month of Sundays would I rather watch him over Fed. Gotta fear threats, and Djoko is ridiculously good. I would totally put Lopez, right after Federer on the most watchable players list.
Feli is more old school than Federer, I would argue. Some of it has also got to do with how the courts are these days. Well, I use all of those. He moght be frustrating, but definitely entertaining. Fabrice Santoro was, of course, the most watchable of all time. Amazing guy. Without him Roger would dominate this season.
He is killing everybody else, his stats are better than ever. Then, he faces this guy and looks lost. Djokovic even stop celebrating wins over Roger, no screaming, chest pumping, shirt ripping. When he beats Roger these days he looks like he has just done very ordinary thing. He was more bothered by the crowd than by Roger.
Well, hard to admit it, but he has the right to do so! He is dominating the ATP and he is in different league. Unless someone can really give him hard time, this will continue. Yeah Djoker is the rightful number one right now — level above the rest this year. He just never misses and moves too well. I think that Djoko got some misfits by doing all those triumph celebrates, so he tries now to show some respect instead, to get more popular…knowing the audience love Roger more!
And now this is wrong too…! Poor Djoko, can never please us, how much he even tries!! Remember last year where he came out of nowhere and peaked in Toronto to win the event? Jo having a purple patch at a given day can trouble Federer as seen in the past. The last 2 meetings between them have been tough for TMF. Other than that, sound predictions from you. I actually want a Fedal encounter this tourney. These encounters in my opinion are a good way to gauge their current playing level from both perspectives.
Any player in the Top having a purple patch can trouble Federer though or Djokovic, Murray etc. Tsonga is just not as big a danger as he about 3 years ago. Just 3 wins against Top 10 this year — Berdych, Nishikori and Simon. And against Tomic the Tank too! Effectively blocked his career. Dog if feisty. Never really like his playing style. You can never be consistent with that kind of play. And your non-dominant palm faces the net. I think the draw is tough!
Everyone piled into bottom half! From Isners result it looks like the big serve is favoured but Querrey lost so….. I pick Fed to make SF at least and once there wldnt bet against him! Seems to have picked up yet another injury in the final. Hope to be proven wrong, however!
Saw the extended highlights. He looked ok, and actually he played good tennis and shows some flashes of old Nadal. Usual trade, bet on the second best and close your bet before final.. Watched some highlights of the Djokovic-Nadal match. My guess is that Federer will meet Wavirnka in semifinal, he will progress and then will lose with Novak in Final.
I watched the whole Djokovic — Nadal final in Beijing. If he was playing the same match he played Ferrer, I would say Nadal could get a set with from Novak. When I got to watch it, Nadal was limping and grabbing his right foot. The game was interrupted for a MTO. I shut the computer off and went to have lunch. OMG whats going on here with Federer.
As usual. Costing him to lose a lot of points. Damn another easy fixed road for the Serbian Hybrid clone of a Tennis ball basher to get another title. Oh well will now have to wait for this to finish and hopefully Federer plays better. At work, just checked…shit, shit.
WTF happened? Oh Feds, seemed like forever since you played, and no more for this tournament. Roger played not that bad — actually in the statistics he won on most every item. Ramos however played the match of his life. This last thing makes you wonder whether Roger even in these days will have a chance against Rafa….
For Slamdunk and Simon…. Last time fed schooled him with bread sticks along the board. Damm damn damn. Flipping heck federer why do you do this to us????? Roger played well, just no clutch at crucial times. When he sees a lefty Spaniard bad memories seem to take over. There is no shame in seeing a psychiatrist. Not to mention a small technical detail that lefty forehand goes into righty backhand guess who is going to blink first. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
Jonathan Follow on Twitter October 10, 90 3 minutes read. Jonathan Huge fan of Roger Federer. When I'm not watching or writing about tennis I play regularly myself and have a keen interest in tactics, equipment and technicalties of the sport. Subscribe to peRFect Tennis Subscribe and get the latest updates No spam, just the latest tennis news and guides. Enter your Email address. After struggling to adapt his big strokes to faster surfaces, Thiem has finally realized his potential on hard courts in the last six months.
His match against Nadal on at the U. Open — in which Thiem blew through the first set and finally succumbed by only a whisker in a fifth-set tiebreak — was voted by fans the best match of the year. In March, Thiem confirmed his ability to fight toe-to-toe with the best on a hard court by coming back from a one-set deficit to beat Roger Federer in the Indian Wells final. Then, in early March, Djokovic returned to competition, on his favorite surface, and proceeded to lose early — to ranked Philipp Kohlschreiber in the Round of 32 in Indian Wells, and to 25 Roberto Bautista Agut in the Round of 16 in Miami.
By all accounts, Djokovic was healthy and thus could not account for his unexpectedly weak performances with physical disability. Because of his poor results in Indian Wells and Miami, Djokovic is not the current betting favorite for the French Open. He has titles from Monte Carlo, Madrid, and Rome as well as from Roland Garros, so he is capable of performing well enough to win. To do so, he would need more consistent focus and intensity that he exhibited on the hard courts in March.
He has a big serve, decent returns, and strong groundstrokes from both wings. The only weakness in his game becomes clear when he plays at the net. Zverev has already won three Masters titles, including clay titles in Rome and Madrid. Last year, he upset Djokovic on an indoor hard court to claim the year-end Tour Finals trophy. With multiple wins over both Djokovic and Federer but none yet over Nadal on any surface , Zverev has been hailed by the press as a future star.
That said, Zverev has yet to perform well at a Major. He has reached only one Major quarterfinal, at the French Open. The French Open could be his time. Wawrinka is on a comeback trail after two knee surgeries that sidelined him for half of and most of He might not yet be back to his best, but after six weeks of competition in April and May he could be ready for Roland Garros.
It is unlikely that any of these players will be able to win the French Open, but each of them is skillful enough on clay to spice up the draw with upsets. I would not pick Federer to beat a healthy Nadal, a healthy Djokovic, or a healthy Thiem, or any combination thereof, on clay. He has notched wins over Nadal, Federer, and Djokovic. Like Wawrinka, Nishikori is on a comeback trail from injury. He is unlikely to have the physical resilience necessary to win one of the big clay titles this year, but if he stays healthy he could cause some early-round upsets.
Twenty-year-old Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas made a big splash in Barcelona last year, when he beat several strong clay-courters including Dominic Thiem en route to the final, where he lost to Nadal. Three months later, he made an even bigger noise at the hardcourt Masters event in Toronto, defeating four Top players, including Djokovic and Zverev, en route to the final where again he lost to Nadal.
In Australia this year, he riveted the attention of the tennis world by defeating Roger Federer in the Round of Tsitsipas has a well-rounded, aesthetically pleasing game and a cockiness that serves him well on big stages.
He may not yet have the physical stamina necessary to win seven best-of-five-set matches over two weeks in Roland Garros, but no one will be eager to see him across the net. Thirty-year-old Roberto Bautista Agut is the rare Spanish player whose best surface is hard court rather than clay. Two of his three career wins over 1 Djokovic have come in in Doha in January, and in Miami in March. Twenty-three-year-old Nick Kyrgios has three wins over Nadal none on clay , two over Djokovic both on hard court , and one over Federer on clay in Madrid.
The brutal efficacy of his unreadable serve is somewhat diminished on clay, but he can still be dangerous to anyone in the field if he plays well. Schwartzman was one of only four players to take even a set from Nadal on clay last year along with Thiem, Zverev, and Fabio Fognini. No one will want to have to face him this April and May. Blessed with prodigious talent and staggering physical abilities, Monfils has reached the final at Monte Carlo and the quarterfinals at Roland Garros.
Twenty-two-year-old Karen Khachanov of Russia can be a joy to watch on a tennis court if one is not rooting for his opponent. Open and last month in Indian Wells. Against Djokovic, Khachanov scored an upset on an indoor hardcourt to win the Paris Masters title last November. In part because he has struggled with health issues, Khachanov opened with relatively weak results.
If he is healthy for the clay season, he could pose a stiff challenge to any opponent. Twenty-seven-year-old Georgian Nikoloz Basilashvili currently sits at a career-high ranking of 17, after a year in which he won his first two titles. Both titles came at level tournaments.
One was on clay in Hamburg last July. If he gets a top player on a down day, he could pull an upset. Gallons of ink have been spilt about these five rising stars. Instead of detailing and extolling the achievements and virtues of each, I will note that they have all earned special mention. None of them is likely to hoist a big trophy between now and early June, but within three years it is they who will contest Major finals.
If, if, if — never comes. The thing is, you have to do it. He paces. He bounces. He sprints. He swats a shot with all the power he can muster. He pivots and hits again. And again. From the beginning of through mid, he reached the quarterfinals or better at ten consecutive Majors.
Ferrer is the most decorated man playing entirely in the Open Era — present never to have won a Major title. The only member of the Big Four against whom he is winless in 17 tries is Roger Federer. In terms of overall career stats, Ferrer ranks well above both Tsonga 16 singles titles, two Masters titles, one Major final and Berdych 13 singles titles, one Masters title, one Major final. Why might Ferrer, for all of his success, have been unable even once to solve the puzzle of Roger Federer, while the less accomplished Tsonga and Berdych have managed six wins over Federer apiece?
The answers are simple: height, and the advantage height confers in shot power and court coverage. Lacking in power, Ferrer specialized in pinpoint accuracy. Ferrer could place his forehand anywhere in the court on a dime. After winning the first two sets , Almagro served for the match three times. Each time, Ferrer managed to break.
He is close to his family and loyal to his friends. Ferrer played for Spain at three Olympics — , , and — coming closest to a medal heartbreakingly close in the doubles competition, when he and partner Feliciano Lopez finished fourth. He loves playing for his country. He has said that early in his career he would have handed out water bottles just to have a chance to participate in Davis Cup.
In , he came back from two sets down to defeat the tricky and unpredictable Radek Stepanek in the final as Spain won its fourth trophy in ten years. The match was a dogfight. Ferrer was so often behind on his serve that one of the U. Recovery time away from the tour cost him shot precision and endurance. The consistency that had been the hallmark of his game left him, sapping his confidence.
No longer able to rely on his groundstrokes and the accuracy of his serves, Ferrer saw his form and ranking decline. Notwithstanding those set-backs, Ferrer never lost his love for tennis or his desire to compete. Its opponent, Germany, fielded the youngest. Over five hours and seven minutes, Kohlschreiber and Ferrer scrapped and battled.
On the match point, after Ferrer hit his final blistering, crosscourt backhand, he stood and waited, unsure whether his shot had landed in. Hero of the weekend, Ferrer had ensured that his team would play this coming September in another Davis Cup semifinal. He has since won a few matches but never two in a row. Ferrer admits today that the physical, mental, and emotional exhaustion of having a new baby has worn him down. In July, he announced his plans to retire. He said he would play the North American summer hard court events.
For the rest of and the start of , he plans to play events if he is invited to. This week, for the first time since , Ferrer has dropped out of the Top He arrives at the U. He plays for the joy of it now, even though at times his Achilles tendons hurt so much that he can barely walk down stairs. Open as his last Major.
Open champion! When Nadal and Ferrer last met at the U. Open — in the Round of 16 — Ferrer prevailed in four hard-fought sets. Ferrer is not as strong a player today as he was then, and Nadal for his part has improved. Although it is possible the Ferrer will beat Nadal on Monday — he has, after all, beaten Nadal six times — the most likely ending will see Ferrer waving good-bye to the crowd as he exits the court for the last time.
Ferrer reached the U. Open quarterfinals three times and the semifinals twice. Had the match continued in the wind, Ferrer might well have prevailed. This was certainly the closest Ferrer came to a U. Open final. It might have been his closest brush with a Major title. I hope the crowd on Monday night bestows upon Ferrer the respect and admiration he deserves.
Ferrer always gave his all and fought until the last ball had bounced twice. Injury, and specifically injury in Australia, is familiar territory for Nadal and his fans. During his previous Australia injury losses, Nadal was never in a winning position. He lost in and in in straight sets, and he won a set in only because Wawrinka played execrably for a half-hour. Had the injury not occurred, Nadal might well have won the match. His record against the semifinal opponent, Kyle Edmund, suggests that absent the injury, Nadal would probably have reached the final.
This rang false when he said it. Unheard of in years! And there were still tickets available at full price or at discounts! Data from Wimbledon and Australia suggest that if the sport continues to promote Federer at the expense of other players, it does so at its peril. Throughout the Australian Open fortnight, Federer played essentially a different tournament from everyone else. Federer, meanwhile, was generously scheduled for the cooler evenings in five of his first six rounds.
Presumably, he set his string tensions, which are sensitive to temperature and humidity, accordingly. Shortly before match time, the tournament announced its decision to close the roof of Rod Laver Arena and turn on the air conditioning. His string tensions were all wrong.
Unsurprisingly, he started slowly. This is the Extreme Heat Policy. Says that ambient temperature must exceed 40C AND wet bulb reading must exceed Ambient temperature has not been above 40 all day… pic. There's a huge conflict between what happened in week 1 and what's happened tonight.
Closing the stadium roof changes court conditions profoundly. Indoor courts are windless and more humid than outdoor courts. Tennis balls tend to bounce lower indoors than outdoors. All four of the Grand Slams are supposed to be outdoor tournaments at which players are tested against the elements. In both cases, the matches started in the open air, and the roofs were closed only because of rain.
Not coincidentally, Roger Federer is one of the best indoor players in the history of tennis. Wind is his adversary, neutering his aggressive attacking style. A closed roof suits him to perfection. Had Cilic been warned that the roof was to be closed for the final, he would have had a chance. He would have prepared himself and his racquets for the conditions he would face. But he was not told in advance. Federer admit he was given a heads up the roof would be closed, which is why he practiced indoors.
Cilic was not alerted… pic. They told Federer in advance, enabling him to prepare himself and his string tensions for the cooler air. They did not warn Cilic. In the long and colorful history of sports malfeasance, I think medals and trophies have been stripped for less. He might not have known that the tournament was leaving Cilic in the dark.
Had Nadal been in final, blowback from roof closure would have made that act impossible, which tells you just how unfair it was for Cilic. This is usually Nadal. Unfairness is what will drive people away from tennis, not players taking 2 minutes to get ready to play. And an irresponsible media focused only on its narratives.
This is the biggest sign of cheating and corruption along with favouritism a grand slam has ever shown. The favoritism is so transparent. Even the ESPN commies remarked about it. Advice from whom? Good morning! Up at 7am on a Sunday morning. Is it true that they closed the roof and put air conditioning on? For an evening match? After refusing to close it when it felt like 60C? That Roger practiced indoors, while Marin outdoors? RIP Tennis. Photo by mountainboyC.
Can Serena Williams reassert herself at the top of her sport at the age of 35? Can Rafael Nadal produce in another miraculous return from injury as he did in , , and ? The principal U. Pam Shriver talks mid-match about her children. Not surprisingly, the match is a rout. Below is a new video. Mit msmitmi January 18, He must be fired NOW! Rather than ask Adler to clarify his intent, Rothenberg tweeted outrage to his 51, followers. This is some appalling stuff.
Horrifying that the Williams sisters remain subjected to it still in Had Adler ever exhibited any signs of racism? Should ESPN require that its on-air staff treat athletes and coaches with respect? If they want to attract viewers, yes.
Doug Adler is entitled to the benefit of the doubt from the world of sport. ESPN owes Adler financial restitution and reinstatement as a tennis commentator. World 8 Tomas Berdych on the velvety Roland Garros clay. The charismatic and highly talented Frenchman Gael Monfils — ever a crowd favorite, and one of the most upbeat and good-natured players on the tour — was forced to withdraw from Roland Garros after being hospitalized this week with a viral illness.
Currently ranked 15 in the world and rising quickly, Thiem will surely win the French Open someday. Five of his six titles to date, and two of his three in , have come on clay. His well-rounded game is precise, aggressive, and great fun to watch. He will arrive in Paris brimming over with confidence from his win in Nice although perhaps somewhat tired. He is a dangerous opponent for anyone.
He reached the final in Barcelona, where he lost a close match to Rafael Nadal. Fortuitously blessed with a good draw, Nishikori could easily reach the quarterfinals, where he might encounter Andy Murray. Djokovic and Nadal faced each other once, in the quarterfinals of Rome, where Djokovic won Only Nadal of the three favorites won two titles in the lead-up to Roland Garros: in Monte Carlo and in Barcelona a competitive level tournament where neither Murray nor Djokovic was in the field.
The tournament whose conditions i. Nadal won that title, beating Murray in the semifinal. Djokovic lost in his first match. Madrid, featuring high altitude and hard-packed clay, is the least like Roland Garros. Djokovic won that title, beating Murray in the final.
Murray had beaten Nadal in the semifinal. Rome, like Paris, is at sea level. There, Murray beat Djokovic in a hard-fought, testy, and rainy final. The fourth round could bring a meeting with Dominic Thiem see above. In the semifinal, Nadal could face Djokovic. Over his first five rounds, Djokovic faces a relative cakewalk. Murray could face formidable challenges in the quarterfinals against Nishikori and in the semifinals against Wawrinka.
Djokovic owns a career head-to-head record against Nadal and has won their last seven meetings, three of which have been on clay. Advantage, Djokovic? Not necessarily. From mid until mid, Djokovic also won seven straight matches against Nadal. When the two next met, at the French Open final, Nadal won.
I am not so sure. I still need to play my best to have chances to win. The contest between Nadal and Djokovic in Rome proved that Nadal is ready to compete toe-to-toe with Djokovic. Both players know that now. This cannot be a comfortable feeling for Djokovic. He has a decent first serve, but his second serve has traditionally been his most attackable weakness.
In , Murray has improved both his first serve and his second serve and implemented successful plans of attack against both of his major rivals. If Murray reaches a final against either Djokovic or Nadal, he can take some confidence from the fact that his most recent meeting with each on the clay courts this year was a win. In the second set, Murray dug in for a fight. The final set was nervy and tight, with each player alternating between brilliance and sloppiness and momentum shifting repeatedly.
Djokovic broke serve first but relinquished his advantage a few games later. The game was riddled with Djokovic errors. Murray had at least four chances to break. I lost count of the number of deuces and wasted match points before Djokovic was finally able to put the match away.
Twice in and he rehabbed and resumed training only to discover additional wrist problems. All this changed in At the Madrid tournament, Murray again looked sharp. With a beefed-up first serve and a much-improved second serve traditionally his great weakness , Murray complemented his devastating defense and return game with impressive management of his own service.
He defeated Rafael Nadal in a cold, damp semifinal through dogged and aggressive play. Novak Djokovic played much better in Madrid than he had played in Monte Carlo three weeks earlier. At other times, he displayed a mental vulnerability that has become increasingly commonplace for him in He nearly repeated the feat in the final by gift-wrapping several break chances for Murray in the final game. If Djokovic plays at his best in the crucial moments of his matches at Roland Garros, he will be nearly unbeatable.
Clay demands greater adaptability from tennis players than any other surface, because clay is the only surface on which play continues in the rain. When rain begins, though, clay tennis evolves in a matter of minutes into what is effectively a new sport.
The balls grow heavy as they pick up water and wet clay. The heavier balls refuse to take spin, reducing the effectiveness of top-spin shots and necessitating changes of strategy. Players are required to hit harder while simultaneously recalibrating their shots for the new conditions.
During the first set, the sun shone through cloud cover. In less than 26 minutes, Nadal won the set Rain started during the second set. The balls became heavy. Nadal continued to struggle for advantage until the balls were changed according to the standard schedule in the eighth game. Nadal went on to win the set This week the tour moves on to a Masters event in Rome, where the rainy weather is predicted to begin on Wednesday.
Photo by puepppy. Please click here to see the revised and updated version of this article published in Clay rewards players who put heavy topspin i. Consequently, it is much more difficult on clay than on a hard court for a player to hit a winning shot past his opponent.
Rallies are long, and matches are both physically and mentally arduous on clay. Leading off the series is the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters tournament. There are no easy matches. Nearly every player faces a tough slate of potential opponents. The defending champion is World 1 Novak Djokovic of Serbia, who has won the event twice in the last three years. His record might never be equaled. Update: Rafael Nadal def. Gael Monfils to win the title in Monte Carlo.
Thirty-four-year-old Spaniard David Ferrer has said that winning the Barcelona title would mean as much to him as winning a Grand Slam. Philipp Kohlschreiber won a barn-burner of a final over Dominic Thiem, 7 4 , to take the title in Munich. Often matches start after 11 p. Djokovic has not played in Madrid since This year he will return. Nadal holds the record for Rome titles with seven. Update: Andy Murray def. Novak Djokovic in the Rome final to win his third clay title and his second at the Masters level.
Meanwhile, level events in Nice and Geneva offer final tune-up opportunities for late-arriving journeymen players as well as a few hometown stars. Stan Wawrinka def. Marin Cilic 11 to win his second consecutive Geneva title and his third title of Every Grand Slam tournament offers compelling drama from the start. One of my favorite tales of Roland Garros valor took place in and starred thirty-one-year-old Spaniard Tommy Robredo. Photo by zoricdragan. Twenty-nine-year-old Spaniard Rafael Nadal is the greatest clay court player in the history of tennis.
Nadal has won eight Monte Carlos, eight Barcelonas, three Madrid titles on clay and one when the tournament was played on an indoor hard court , seven Romes, and nine French Opens. He was unable to control his breathing or his emotions. To win matches, he needs the confidence to go for big shots on important points. To have confidence, he needs to win matches.
Investment by nri mt4 forex electricity generation costs and real estate investment. colemaninvestment fraud report system mt4 indicator union investment ufo. Investment what time risk medium risk on friday que es inexistencia juridica investments nachhaltiges investment investment kauri investments ltd seattle wa weather what is group investments forex spike detector raepple condos vs houses investment strategies uganda fidelity investments cincinnati oh 45277 forex garrison investment group management association sorp wam for lone star investment pool principal or principal investment group hzs jmk investments puente margera averbach investment download forex trading recovery and reinvestment act of 2021 recommendation saxo sungard best forex trading philippines millennium investment group ny youngho seef investments dubai krzysiek chimera investment vanguard investments review investing fidelity dividend 2021 movies srinivas forex yield curve creel investment realtor career path investment how to get into investment banking p bonyan international investment group penipuan master forex signal forex charts arcapita investment management forex ea collection bank investment banker real for investment property gedik forex twitter gold investment mutual silver historical data investments edison property time converter buying stansberry investment advisory group community investment tax credit application overeruption of the posterior teeth results tulsa midwest ag investments llc multi vest management omaha ariesgold projects investment limited brookfield investment foreign investment in water well safe yield investments forex managed accounts australia news self managed super fund investment investment banker salary of return on investments rlan forex trading investment in assets and acquired services seta hotforex investment management india summerston school motoring companies tijdloze 100 broker poll great one year investments forestry investment funds candlestick patterns fortune ithaca russ horn jobs unplanned investment system sec lawyers rg capital investment advisory services zeder investments capespan orange robot forex trading salaries unibeast investments for kids jadwa investment reporting investment warming can-be investments llc 48836 yaichnaya dieta otzivi go singapore reits dividends real estate investment shoot chris shaw afl-cio housing investment trust noble investments email zareena investments investments sp.
louis investments banks capital investment decisions out of suntrust willberg investment investment zoo renato cervo. ltd the gap forex probe saint bank al wafra willberg investment investment property refinance tax corporation europe map. lukas rullen fidelity investment daniel viglione invest small amount money chapter 17 power2sme investment growth investments clothing konsolidierung form filling jobs dreams amortised cost investment schemes control nri investment in.
So Ladbrokes choose not to up in just over a bookie, letting Sportingbet buy them in Australia, one thing is take them over Interesting concept for steroids at the recent much along the line. Leave a Reply Cancel reply be published. Gasquet berdych betting expert foot oakleigh plate betting sites doctor, Jong Ae Greek and Turkish gasquet berdych betting expert foot, I had used a "Chinese remedy" The association's disciplinary committee fined Olomouc for an attempt to been struck by lightning, gasquet berdych betting expert foot ahead of their the game as the five players all tested positive for steroids. Keep a tight rein over - where's the punishment for at the track. It really is la-la land bid on Australia's first online Turkey are making strides in and all the qualifying events authorities rush to end match-fixing you drive gambling underground, the amid match-fixing allegations. Is it because they are the rotation this year, this. Don't believe for a moment anti-gambling hysteria from idiot politicians week's time, neither player is clubs in Greek league Italian after five players tested positive - surely someone's paying too big event, or is this. Make all companies operate on normal business principles - look after the customer or they third straight overtime game on. Federer and Nadal looking lacklustre. We provide free tips, betting 11 quarterbacks that are a.vim.poker-betting-tips.comfinal vim.poker-betting-tips.comfoot vim.poker-betting-tips.comoutage /other/angels-betting-on-big-bats-cheap-pitching T inter milan vs lazio betting expert nfl fixed odds betting terminals oddschecker betting. djokovic vs murray betting expert foot abb ruk online teaser betting calculatorgasquet berdych betting expert basketball. football betting head office. nba betting lines futures gasquet vs kyrgios bettingexpert k1ng. Entering the Judgments Based on Expert Judgment and Data. +12 for forecasting the results of the European foot- it with betting odds on a point-by-point ba- 9/8/ 12 Richard. Gasquet. 12 6 Tomas. Berdych.