Lopez vs Hanfmann by Andasolo

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Feliciano Lopez is coming on to this tournament after a great run on the of the grass court season, he won Queens 500 tournament and had a good start at the Wimbledon but then he had to retire against his compatriot Mannarino, but it was nothing too serious, at his age he had too much matches and I fell that his body just wasn't ready. But here in Gstaad he is well prepared and he is the defending champion, he likes to play here because of the high altitude. At the first look his clay court record this year doesn't look impressive but if you look more closely he lost only to top players and always gave them a test, so I believe he will win it today pretty comfortably.


His opponent Yannick Hanfnamm is a challenger level player, he is an all court player so that means he doesn't have any big weapons to attack his opponents, he will just try to put ball back in play. But against an consistent top 50 player like Feliciano he will have big trouble because he is not used to playing such opponents. Also Feliciano possesses a big lefty serve which is an advantage even on clay.


I see something like 6:4 6:4 or 6:4 7:6 for Feli

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Tip Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
Feliciano Lopez -3 games AH handicap Marathonbet 1.95 10 1-2 LOST (-10 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
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Comments (7)
And Admin, could you please tell me the reason why my Garcia - Errani pick is deleted???
07/27/2017 - 12:44

It didn't meet requirement of rule minimum three hours before the kick-off posting time.
07/27/2017 - 13:11
Thank you for that great pick yesterday. I wonder too why they deleted it!!
07/27/2017 - 13:12
I posted it at 14:15 my time, and the should have started 17:15 but then they pushed it earlier to 16:45, it wasn't my fault because when I posted it there were 3 hours between
07/27/2017 - 13:17
It doesn't change the fact that it wasn't up to three hours rule. Bookies have no obligation to post or predict real starting time as long as they remove the game from offer before it starts. I understand it's not your fault, but if the time frame is narrow, it's better to avoid and/or write earlier, for those matches which prediction time is so narrow to three hours. Retirement can always happen for example.
07/27/2017 - 13:26
Gulbis played today, it seems you were not in patriotic mood today!
07/27/2017 - 15:37
@Ball Nah, I was rooting for him but I am only backing him when I see him winning in straight sets, today wasn't the day and in the decider you just never know with Gulbis :)
07/27/2017 - 16:19
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