Day 10 – The top Men’s and Women’s seeds take the court on Day 10 with two Americans expected to hoping to advance to the Women’s semis and Men’s top seed facing his biggest down under challenge to date.
Serena Williams (1/5) vs. Dominika Cibulkova (21/5)
5 foot 3 inch Dominika Cibulkova played her most determined tennis, silencing and humbling the favored Victoria Azarenka with an effort rarely seen or equaled on the Women’s circuit. Gritty Cibulkova simply refused to lose and let Azarenka know she was a tigress in a kittty’s disguise. The Queen never expected such a poised, focused and determined effort and suspect was mightily taken aback. However, the big winner in that match might have been Serena Williams who would prefer the likes of Cibulkova to Azarenka. Dominika will have support but she has never topped the favored top seed. Williams fired 17 aces at Spain’s long-legged and powerful Garbine Muguruza, who won the first set and looked poised to upset the oft-time Grand Slam champ. Dominika has the heart but not the power to knock off another big name. Serna wins and she has in their 4 previous encounters.
Madison Keys (11/8) vs. Venus Williams (4/6)
Two sweet serving Americans will go head to head in this quarterfinal. The legend won their only previous meeting on clay in 2013. This is a very different, very poised and very powerful Madison Keys. The 6 foot 1 inch Williams will have a 3 inch height advantage edge but Keys has equal serving authority and gets the edge for foot speed. Venus is admirably fit and favored, but loo for the young underdog to persevere in three.
Novak Djokovic (1/7) vs. Milos Raonic (13/2)
These two have met four times, once on the hard court and three times on clay. In their 2014 hard court encounter at the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 in Paris, Djoko dominated the Canadian 6-2, 6-3. With a 4-0 head-to-head record, the top seed should continue his winning ways in this quarterfinal pairing. Raonic has weapons, a booming serve and powerful forehand and has gained valuable on-court experience, but Djokovic returns spectacularly and understands everything about the game. His endurance is truly amazing and if he is out-powered, the Serb will win with his fitness. Djokovic in four this time around.
Stan Wawrinka (15/13) vs. Kei Nishikori (10/11)
The fourth seeded Wawrinka is unflappable, playing focused tennis and would certainly like to defend his title. In his four set win over Spain’s impressive Garcia-Lopez, the Swiss served 15 aces and converted 4 of 13 break opportunities, posting 70 winners against 61 unforced errors. Solid numbers against a quality opponent by any count. Kei Nishikori has yet to play his best tennis. He has worked his way efficiently through a good draw but has been pressed by lesser opponents. He will need his Samurai mentality to upset the defending champion but that is what we expected when we picked Japan’s best player to win the title. These two went five sets with Nishikori wearing Wawrinka down at the US Open in 2014 (3-6, 7-5, 7-6(7), 6-7(5), 6-4). This one is likely to go the distance. We are sticking with the five seed and our pick to go all the way.
Dear Munna Bhai,
As per my understanding Both women's matches will go to 3rd set with good amount of swings.....whoever wins is not an issue....what odds would u suggest to enter in general... between 5-10 at the one who looses the first set....yesterday if Aga had crushed williams i would have won the largest amount of my career...but not to be...after winning the 2nd set comfortably and having secured a break in 3rd she succumbed to williams...in the end got just nothing but a paltry sum only since i again layed and not heged....i had so much of confidence in Aga that she will again break williams and will win but not to be.
Serena Williams is comeback queen all Tennis punter know it and milk money on her. If she is down in first set then you have jackpot. Radwanska is the No. 1 on my list not to back but lay. I've said it in some post earlier as well. You should have layed her. Take 10-20 points profit on Williams and be happy. She is looking fit and despite her nature to let first set go she is still tough to go down.
MUnna Bhai Pls give some tips about "Stan Wawrinka vs. Kei Nishikori & Novak Djokovic vs. Milos Raonic....Is that possible to lay djokovic ???
Stan Wawrinka vs. Kei Nishikori is 50-50 in Warwinka's favour. Novak Djokovic vs. Milos Raonic - Raonic doesn't have fire power to match Djoko. If you get higher odds at Djoko then back him and wait to win. He might close the match in 3 sets, Djoko doens' tmess around for long. Serve scalping will be best option for making money as all of them will hold most of their serves.
Lay Djoko very early if his odds are down to 1.08 or less. This is good only for 1st set.
Munna bhai last time You told me to teach horse race strategy ! Most of all making money in horse race using bettrader software. I almost tried to lay &back still could`nt get the correct track . Is that hard to understand compare to tennis and cricket ??
Nay, Horse Racing is so easy. Only one horse wins out of many what could be easier than this. All you need to do is to pick the winning horse and back it or pick sure losing horse and lay it. Job done!
Use BetTrader and start looking at the odds movement - the graph for UK and Ireland horse races. Don't touch any other countries.
Go to any race just 10 minutes before and watch how odds move for top 4 horses. Make note of it. Once you get hang of it you can predict the odds movement and then Back and Lay to scalp. Only scalping is good, rest all of strategies will fail.
Or apply Martingale. We all know around 30% of favourite horse wins. This is tried and tested statistics.
MUNNA bhai !! Thank you so much for your help to solve my long term problem !! Bhai only scalp on top 4 horse or back low and lay high to balance it all horses ??! Thx thx thx
Scalping is mainly done on top horses for which odds are stable. In most cases it's only one - top - horse. In some cases where there are more than one equal horses and equal amount of money is in the market you can try 2nd or 3rd horse but this is risky as odds movements can't be predicted.
So rule of thumb would be to ride only no. 1 horse which is safe.
Munna bhai, Thank you for Your kind informations. i`m one of your fan keep on getting benefits from Your prediction and useful comments ! Life is short but mostly peoples jealous to give their idea`s and informations to other "but" You really such a wonderful person !!! Thx thx thx ( no other word to thank You )..
MUNNA bha, now I understood scalp in horse race, & what's "apply Martingale", I really Dn't understand !!maybe check the percentage and back ??
Martingale is the holy grail, you have to work out on your own and if you did you will become me :)
Munna Bhai ye Martingale jaisa kuch tennis me hota hai kya??koi code yeah kuch tool because all the strategies that are available in web are good for nothing....was very week in writing software/codes during college days aur ab to sab saaf ho chuka hai...or something on excel or like which can direclty calculate or some bots which you say many a times do all the mechanical calculation.
Bhai kuch to help kariye
Martingale is a probability theory, you can apply it anywhere. I don't want to reveal everything but if you dig more you will figure it out eventually.
MUNNA bhai strong prediction "Stan Wawrinka vs. Kei Nishikori" and another easy 3 set for Djokovic as u predict yesterday !!! Bhai, Australian open this year boring ( no strong fight in quater ( all 3 -0 set runners ) !!! What about semi MUNNA bhai ?? Mainly Djokovic ( full pack of confident and kicking fear all the time ) !!!
Here are my Picks for the Day
Serena wins in 3 sets.....most probably loose the second set
The Bridges of Madison(Keys) County wins in 2 sets or if stretched 3
Joker all the way in straights
The Samurai Warrior will destroy the defending Swiss in 4 or 5 sets
Comments on the above will be highly appreciated