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Sorry mates, Harrison withdraw without reason, he might be tired
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tennisclub wrote:

Sorry mates, Harrison withdraw without reason, he might be tired

After tournament he may well not well
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Auckland ATP250, last preparations before Australian Open tournament, here we have simple players from all top100. These two players are in the middle of top100 Robin Haase and Peter Gojowczyk. They are both good on their level, but Robin is much more succesful on the tour in many years perspective.

Let's talk about players :

Robin Haase (ATP 43) - Tennis player from Holland, who are tall and have great serve with many varietes of shots. Robin had wonderful season last year, he made many superb shots, he got many highlights and won many good matches. He is interesting because you never know how he will play, he can hit forehand from both hands, he like to run and play nice. Also he is Very athletic and motivated.

He played already on tournament this year, had quite good run, QF round in Pune, now he can reach SF in Auckland.

Peter Gojowczyk (ATP 65) - Originaly from Poland, but he have German pasport. Peter is mix of polish and germany family, still he chosed to be german. Well he have a nice serve, he is not the tallest player, but still long legs help him a lot. Peter is very interesting player, he have not simple technique for tennis player and that didn't help him for many years, he was out of the top 100. Last year he had really good run also in Australia he always shows some quality tennis, so he reached a nice ranking.

Peter can hit many good winners, he likes to cut the ball and make it diffucult for opponent, but he need to improve everyhthing to compete in top100.

In my oppinion - Haase is much more solid player, once already defeated a Peter in clay tournament, so this time he can do it on hard.
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tennisclub wrote:

Auckland ATP250, last preparations before Australian Open tournament, here we have simple players from all top100. These two players are in the middle of top100 Robin Haase and Peter Gojowczyk. They are both good on their level, but Robin is much more succesful on the tour in many years perspective.

Let's talk about players :

Robin Haase (ATP 43) - Tennis player from Holland, who are tall and have great serve with many varietes of shots. Robin had wonderful season last year, he made many superb shots, he got many highlights and won many good matches. He is interesting because you never know how he will play, he can hit forehand from both hands, he like to run and play nice. Also he is Very athletic and motivated.

He played already on tournament this year, had quite good run, QF round in Pune, now he can reach SF in Auckland.

Peter Gojowczyk (ATP 65) - Originaly from Poland, but he have German pasport. Peter is mix of polish and germany family, still he chosed to be german. Well he have a nice serve, he is not the tallest player, but still long legs help him a lot. Peter is very interesting player, he have not simple technique for tennis player and that didn't help him for many years, he was out of the top 100. Last year he had really good run also in Australia he always shows some quality tennis, so he reached a nice ranking.

Peter can hit many good winners, he likes to cut the ball and make it diffucult for opponent, but he need to improve everyhthing to compete in top100.

In my oppinion - Haase is much more solid player, once already defeated a Peter in clay tournament, so this time he can do it on hard.

Thanks for review
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Well done Haase
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Thanks for the win
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A Semifinal in Auckland, we already talked about Robin yesterday, so today he will meet a known oponent which is Roberto Agut from Spain. Both players reached SF with a little bit fight on the road, they are in pretty good shape so far.

Let's talk about players :

Roberto Bautista Agut (21) - Spanish player which is very hard working and always trying to improve and do his best. For now player is out of top20 but just for one position, of course he can do better and he is very dangerous. Player from spain not a simple player, he is not clay type player, he like to play tennis on all courts, he is good on grass, hard.

Mostly Roberto plays calm and with his strategy, he knows his opponents well, of course he always ready and in best shape he can get, start of season is not problem for him.

Disatvanges of player are very small... He doesn't have great serve and his hits are weaker, but that doens't stop him.

Robin Haase (ATP 43) - Tennis player from Holland, who are tall and have great serve with many varietes of shots. Robin had wonderful season last year, he made many superb shots, he got many highlights and won many good matches. He is interesting because you never know how he will play, he can hit forehand from both hands, he like to run and play nice. Also he is Very athletic and motivated.

He played already on tournament this year, had quite good run, QF round in Pune, now he is in the semis, and one step away from final.

In the end - Players like them in this situation must play at least 20 game's and make on TB.
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tennisclub wrote:

A Semifinal in Auckland, we already talked about Robin yesterday, so today he will meet a known oponent which is Roberto Agut from Spain. Both players reached SF with a little bit fight on the road, they are in pretty good shape so far.

Let's talk about players :

Roberto Bautista Agut (21) - Spanish player which is very hard working and always trying to improve and do his best. For now player is out of top20 but just for one position, of course he can do better and he is very dangerous. Player from spain not a simple player, he is not clay type player, he like to play tennis on all courts, he is good on grass, hard.

Mostly Roberto plays calm and with his strategy, he knows his opponents well, of course he always ready and in best shape he can get, start of season is not problem for him.

Disatvanges of player are very small... He doesn't have great serve and his hits are weaker, but that doens't stop him.

Robin Haase (ATP 43) - Tennis player from Holland, who are tall and have great serve with many varietes of shots. Robin had wonderful season last year, he made many superb shots, he got many highlights and won many good matches. He is interesting because you never know how he will play, he can hit forehand from both hands, he like to run and play nice. Also he is Very athletic and motivated.

He played already on tournament this year, had quite good run, QF round in Pune, now he is in the semis, and one step away from final.

In the end - Players like them in this situation must play at least 20 game's and make on TB.

I agree, very low total
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Nice win! thanks
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You are welcome more bets to come on AO
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From Australia open to Challenger tour and today we have a QF matches in Germany, two low ranking players will meet for second time. Japaneese player Yasutaka again home player Moraing Mats.

Let's talk about them :

Yaustaka (ATP 237) - Player from Japan never been in top100, best score is 162 place. Still while everyone is playing in AO, he can play here. Yasutaka don't have any superb serve, but he can serve decently, same with hits, he is fast type player with good physical shape and a lot of stamina, thats how he wins.

Moraing Mats (ATP 202) - German player who is in best ranking of his career, he played 3 tournaments so far and he is in pretty good shape. Moraing have good serve, he can use it to stay in game's, his hits not so good and agressive like japan player, so he is behind a little bit, but playing at home in better shape he can do a lot.

In the end - These players are not so good or easy to read, but they played together one time before and made 3 sets, so i expect something simillar this time
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tennisclub wrote:

From Australia open to Challenger tour and today we have a QF matches in Germany, two low ranking players will meet for second time. Japaneese player Yasutaka again home player Moraing Mats.

Let's talk about them :

Yaustaka (ATP 237) - Player from Japan never been in top100, best score is 162 place. Still while everyone is playing in AO, he can play here. Yasutaka don't have any superb serve, but he can serve decently, same with hits, he is fast type player with good physical shape and a lot of stamina, thats how he wins.

Moraing Mats (ATP 202) - German player who is in best ranking of his career, he played 3 tournaments so far and he is in pretty good shape. Moraing have good serve, he can use it to stay in game's, his hits not so good and agressive like japan player, so he is behind a little bit, but playing at home in better shape he can do a lot.

In the end - These players are not so good or easy to read, but they played together one time before and made 3 sets, so i expect something simillar this time

A minute break from AO?
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Challenger starting this week, many good tournaments
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Welcome to Rennes challenger and finally we are in europe with many good indoors courts specialists. In this match we will have old folk from Italy Simon and young player from Austria.

Let's talk about players :

Simon Bolleli (ATP 173) - Italian lost his ranking due to his injuries and lack of good tennis play, but now he will try to comeback for one more time. Simon really plays good receiving game, he can return many balls dangerous and that helps him to win oponent game's. Player also have a nice serve and good hits, but he is out good tennis, he makes mistakes on rally to often.

Stebastian Ofner (ATP 144) - Good and tall player from Austria, who can serve really impressive serves and make a lot of serve and volley play, he is not afraid of that, also he have many good hits from forehand and backhand, the only thing that he is lack of is stability and good tennis with good players.

In the end - Young against old, maximalism against experience, i think in this sitaution they both will make two TB in fast court using serve
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Eh... That first set
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Maybe next time, its first round
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Any bet's from Challenger tournaments?
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MoreTennis wrote:

Any bet's from Challenger tournaments?

Chilling after AO :D Im cheering for Berankis in France, sad for Nishi he lost in first challenger match at Beach tournament
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MoreTennis wrote:

Chilling after AO :D Im cheering for Berankis in France, sad for Nishi he lost in first challenger match at Beach tournament

Kei just played for fun or something, its his second home
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Many matches on challenger level today, any ideas?
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