Probably, the most difficult task in betting is to predict correctly the nature of the analyzed event and to single out the strongest and the weakest sides of the rivals. But nevertheless, even if you did it and managed to produce thorough and high-quality analysis of the match, you may still get trapped. Why so? Tennis is played by humans, not by machines. And at times players come up with illogically failed performance. And the worst thing is that they are quite numerous...In this article we want to enlist the most unpredictable gangrels on courts. You never know what to expect from them.
With no regards to his age, this young and promising male from the USA is, probably, the most frustrating player in tour. God gave him his talent and his able of showing really top class tennis. Explosive serve, accurate movements, good return, backhand and forehand are working too. Every element comes up to the mark. But Ryan makes no use of them. Three year ago he made the headlines, came up with excellent performance and all experts were confident that he’ll break through to the top 20 soon. Three year passed and what do we see? Totally dissembled and over-weighted lazy bone with no typically American competitive spirit. At times his tennis looks very solid, even good. But these are only flashes of the young and hot-tempered Ryan we used to know. Nowadays Ryan is constantly decreasing instead of mastering his professional skills. The defeat from Smyczek in Atlanta was the last nail to the Harrison’s coffin. We gave our credit to the American as he badly needed the points not to plummet down to the second hundred. But he showed no commitment and failed. Maybe his injured had played some role too, who knows… But all in all it’s very sad. So be attentive when selecting negative handicaps at Harrison. He may betray you.
After the last season the Italian No. 1 was expected to dominate on clay regarding as a competitor to Rafael Nadal and Djokovic. And what do we see? Defeats at the hands of Klizhan in Stuttgart finals, two defeats from Dolgopolov, clownish match against Monfils at Roland Garros. At Umag tournament he showed some freaky circus against junior Coric. But we’re sure that Fabio knows how to perform on clay. Where do such poor results come from? Streaky tempo Fognini renowned for can’t be neglected. So think twice before playing negative handicaps at Fognini. We’ve learnt a lot by stepping on this rake. And every time we thought that we’ve cut him, but the Italian is a real pig in a poke, a professional magician. So look before you back him.
This Russian looks very confident on clay. He is physically strong and shows brilliant play from the baseline. But he completely lacks the serve and fighter instincts. That’s why he tends to lose the set dramatically. It seems like everything goes well, and then a whopping 0 from Ferrer in Miami, Kohlschreiber and Gulbis. It’s typical of him to upset Berdych today to lose at the hands of Donskoy, for example, tomorrow. So this tricky peculiarity of Teymuraz is to considered. He isn’t very reliable. Nothing of the Swiss watch.
How can we do without him! The Czech likes to fail the matches because of some stupid miseries. Sun in the eye, hit to the net, the opponent shouts too loud, etc. All these are pegs to lose the match and leave to court. Not very professionally, but how can we help it? When betting on Tomas, keep it in mind. His strongest sides are good return and good winning chances against the servers like Isner. It also has to be taken into account, especially during the fast hard tournaments and indoor events. If his play works, he can easily cover -4,5 or even 5,5 handicaps. But if he faces off some stubborn opponents, the Czech may lose his nerves and lose it. Very hazardous guy he is.
You have to feel the play of this eccentric Spaniard to take advantage of him. He’ll play in full force only if the match stresses him. But if there is an opponent taller by a head or with super shots working, Verdasco will fade away and his tennis will pose no threat at all. To put it simply, one has to be highly experience to bet at the Spaniard. You have to know him better than he does. And generally it’s very profitable to bet at positive handicaps on his opponents on the first rounds of minor tournaments Verdasco likes to play at. But sly bookies couldn’t miss this trick either and now they publish only very careful handicaps at Verdaso at the beginning of the tennis events.
This Australian fellow is also not without a touch of freak. And we know how to benefit of it. Let us remind you that he crashed out to Nieminen in the shortest ever ATP match which lasted just 28 minutes. What we come to is that when Tomic is in strong form, he displays very solid play. But if something goes unplanned, he loses every inch of a professional player. Instead of him, we see a small boy on court willing to come over it as soon as possible and run away. This feature makes itself feel in complicated equal matches. What surprises most is that Tomic finds it easier to face a stronger opponent than a weaker one but with a fight imposed on him. With strong opponents over the net Bernard feels no pressure from the aside and consequently shows good tennis. But shall he get in the same situation when he has to pin, he starts floating and loses his focus. But all this is a matter of psychology which is obviously not his cup of tea now.
Monaco and Berlocq
These guys will be analyzed in a bunch. The two Argentinians, as well as the above mentioned players, lack consistency. One never knows when they’ll win and when they’ll lose. We are tired of searching for the key to reveal their secret. And once we find it, we’ll probably make a fortune. But it’s a divagation. Actually on clay these guys may knock out the majority of top 10 stars. But they rarely come up with the performance of that level. More often they come on court to hit the net or strike the balls out. After that they usually shake up and display super play to shut off again. We don’t know what they are looking for. All in all, they are very dangerous for negative handicaps. But one can take advantage of them betting live. The example is not far to seek. The first set between Monaco and Gulbis this week closed up with 6:0 on the scoreboard. Considering that Golubev can hardly show anything on clay… Where does it come from? Juan is full surprises…
We choose the Czech as he represents the players with aggressive style. He may suddenly start hitting all the balls out or beat Youzhny in straight sets as it was in Stuttgart. His evidently strongest point is his service play. So you can take positive handicaps at him without a moment’s hesitation if he faces stronger opponents. With negative handicaps it’s not that simple. Shall Rosol be inaccurate, which happens very often, your negative bet will lose. Rosol’s play is cyclical. If he manages to advance through the second round, bet at him. It means that he has found his rhythm, gained consistency and can upset almost any rival. So the first two rounds are the most troublesome for him. At major tournaments the Czech moves through them only once in a while.
This guy represents the whole generation of young players. He also proves again that even juniors aged between 17 and 22 are capable of showing good tennis. But in the short run only. Sometimes it may even be 2-3 matches, but on home courts only. Then they start to lose significantly. Explosive serve and backhand shots down the line give way to double faults and hits to the net. So if you follow the play of these young stars, be attentive: if they have a number of winning matches, bet against them further on, especially if they face off any experienced fighter with a good play in defense. Zverev gave us an example of how he can be beaten. With all his strong sides, he still lacks experience, patience and consistency.
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