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We gave five tennis bets and five winners yesterday, and that takes our profit from march to over 87 points. For the record they were CICI BELLIS 2.20, NAOMI OSAKA 2.10, LUCIE SAFAROVA 1.98, KAROLINA PLISKOVA (-3.5) Odds 1.85, AGNIESZKA RADWANSKA (-1.5 sets) 1.84. 

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Since both had a long time on court in the previous round, we swayed yesterdays match between Caroline Garcia and Varvara Lepchenko. However, it was the French girl who recovered best, and she had little problem beating the American in straight sets. 

Prior to that the 23 year old had beaten Sorana Cirstea in match needing three sets and 2:21. With regards to that encounter, it should be noted that Garcia blew a 5-2 lead in the second set. And, by doing so she prolonged a match that should have been done and dusted. Furthermore, even in the final set she was broken twice, and it was clear for us she wasn’t fully concentrated. 

We could also say that in recent tournaments at Gstaad and Bastad she showed inconsistencies, and she was even beaten at odds of 6.0 by Tereza Martincova. And, while it’s fair to point out that she’s a solid 30-16 on the year, her recent efforts suggest she’s short of her best and showing signs of inconsistency.

In recent weeks Cici Bellis has had some really good wins. In fact, the 18 year old beat Petra Kvitova in Stanford, and she reversed Mallorca form with Julia Goerges. However, she saved the best for the last round when she beat world number eight Svetlana Kuznetsova in straight sets.

Although Bellis has also shown signs of inconsistency, she’s clearly a player on the up. From what we have seen she’s well suited to the courts here, and confidence won’t be an issue. If Bellis can play at the same level, she wins this!

One of four high value bets today!


Odds: 1.95