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ttlltt69
May 28th, 2010, 01:31 PM
Hi, anyone knows where to view expert's pick on RG matches?

Esp Henin v Masha

Thanks

goldenlox
May 28th, 2010, 01:36 PM
You want odds or match analysis?

Here's some odds before the tournament

The 2010 French Open women's draw may be wide open as there is reason to be skeptical of any one of the top 4 favorites. Here are the updated odds in that market along with our recommendation as Day 6 approaches from Roland Garros.
1. Justine Henin, +200 (2/1), bet365 (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10425)
2. Serena Williams, +550 (11/2), Blue Square (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10457)
3. Jelena Jankovic, +650 (13/2), Blue Square (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10457)
4. Venus Williams, +800 (8/1), Ladbrokes (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10465)
5. Aravane Rezai, +1200 (12/1), bet365 (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10425)
6. Elena Dementieva, +1800 (18/1), Coral (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10497)
7. Svetlana Kuznetsova, +2000 (20/1), Bodog (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10450)
8. Caroline Wozniacki, +2500 (25/1), SkyBet (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=15783)
When registering with Blue Square (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10457), Ladbrokes (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10460), Coral (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10497), or Bodog (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10450) use MAXIMUMBONUS as your promotional code for a free bet that can be used on the women's finals.
Justine Henin should have longer odds as she is not playing at the same level as she was when she last won the French Open. Her form is off and she might suffer an upset during the middle rounds at Roland Garros although at the moment she looks pretty safe.
Serena Williams has only won the French Open one time and that fact makes +550 (11/2) look like pretty short odds. Venus Williams' odds are pretty short too at +800 (8/1) as she has never won the French Open before.
Jelena Jankovic struggled in the second round against Kaia Kanepi and you can't really be feeling great about her odds either.
Aravane Rezai is a good pick with bet365 at +1200 as the Madrid Open champion is through to the third round. She's a tough player, unfriendly, assertive, and with a killer instinct on the court that should see her experience a lot more success.
Besides the players listed above, other players worth looking at are Maria Sharapova (+4000 ) and Alexandra Dulgheru (+6600 ). Both have really long odds and both may be well below the radar for the French Open. Sharapova looks as though she will be facing Justine Henin in the third round and that may be where Henin suffers an upset.

ttlltt69
May 28th, 2010, 01:44 PM
You want odds or match analysis?

Here's some odds before the tournament

The 2010 French Open women's draw may be wide open as there is reason to be skeptical of any one of the top 4 favorites. Here are the updated odds in that market along with our recommendation as Day 6 approaches from Roland Garros.
1. Justine Henin, +200 (2/1), bet365 (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10425)
2. Serena Williams, +550 (11/2), Blue Square (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10457)
3. Jelena Jankovic, +650 (13/2), Blue Square (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10457)
4. Venus Williams, +800 (8/1), Ladbrokes (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10465)
5. Aravane Rezai, +1200 (12/1), bet365 (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10425)
6. Elena Dementieva, +1800 (18/1), Coral (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10497)
7. Svetlana Kuznetsova, +2000 (20/1), Bodog (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10450)
8. Caroline Wozniacki, +2500 (25/1), SkyBet (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=15783)
When registering with Blue Square (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10457), Ladbrokes (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10460), Coral (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10497), or Bodog (http://www.caledonianmedia.com/sitestat.aspx?siteurl=10450) use MAXIMUMBONUS as your promotional code for a free bet that can be used on the women's finals.
Justine Henin should have longer odds as she is not playing at the same level as she was when she last won the French Open. Her form is off and she might suffer an upset during the middle rounds at Roland Garros although at the moment she looks pretty safe.
Serena Williams has only won the French Open one time and that fact makes +550 (11/2) look like pretty short odds. Venus Williams' odds are pretty short too at +800 (8/1) as she has never won the French Open before.
Jelena Jankovic struggled in the second round against Kaia Kanepi and you can't really be feeling great about her odds either.
Aravane Rezai is a good pick with bet365 at +1200 as the Madrid Open champion is through to the third round. She's a tough player, unfriendly, assertive, and with a killer instinct on the court that should see her experience a lot more success.
Besides the players listed above, other players worth looking at are Maria Sharapova (+4000 ) and Alexandra Dulgheru (+6600 ). Both have really long odds and both may be well below the radar for the French Open. Sharapova looks as though she will be facing Justine Henin in the third round and that may be where Henin suffers an upset.

Sweetie thanks for the reply.

Yes match analysis!

goldenlox
May 28th, 2010, 02:40 PM
I'm sure there will be some online in the next few hours

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/tennis/mariasharapova/7778540/French-Open-2010-Maria-Sharapova-sets-up-showdown-with-Justine-Henin.html

And another short piece

Now the champions start playing each other. Henin has a 6-3 record against Sharapova, but the Russian won their most recent meeting in the quarterfinals of the 2008 Australian Open.
That was Henin's last Grand Slam match before she retired. Now the Belgian is mounting a career comeback and playing at Roland Garros for the first time since 2007.
''It's going to be an interesting match,'' Henin said. ''Comes very early, of course, third round, but I expect a big fight as we always had in the past. It's going to be very exciting to play her again in the second career. The motivation is going to be really high just to keep going in this tournament.''

goldenlox
May 28th, 2010, 03:35 PM
Paris - A pair of thoroughbreds with 10 Grand Slam titles between them are set for an epic and unexpectedly early clash Saturday in the French Open third round as Maria Sharapova takes on four-time champion Justine Henin.

The 12th-seeded Sharapova turned in an efficient performance to hammer Belgian Kristen Flipkens 6-3, 6-3.

Former number one Henin, her ranking down to 23rd after quitting the game for 20 months in 2008 and making a return this year, advanced over Czech Klara Zakopalova by the identical scoreline.

The meeting will be the earliest in a history dating to 2005, when the pair first met in a quarter-final in Miami.

"She has the ability to come out against all different types of players, no matter how big they hit or how strong they are," Sharapova said of her gutsy Belgian opponent, against whom she stands 3-6.

"She's able to play her own game and make you hit lots of balls. You really must be patient against her.

"I look forward to it. I have had really tough losses against her here (one, the 2005 quarter-finals). But in many of out matches, I learned so much. Hopefully this one will be a good quality."

Sharapova, with three majors to her name, last played Henin in 2008, beating her at the Australian Open on the way to the title, which the California-based player added to her 2004 Wimbledon and 2006 US Open honours. "We are back. It's a different Slam, but, you know, it's the same drill," said Sharapova, who has not been past the third round at her last four majors. "It's as if things haven't really changed much.

"You think back to the last few years, and both of us have been in different paths and different times in our lives. But here we are going to face each other tomorrow."

Henin returned to tennis in January, reaching finals in her first and second events, Brisbane and the Australian Open. She won a title on clay in Stuttgart early this month.

"This match is coming very early, third round, but I expect a big fight as we always had in the past. It's gonna be very exciting to play her again in my 'second career.'

"I'll have to raise my level and really put on the intensity, the concentration. The motivation is gonna be really high just to keep going in this tournament. I know it's gonna be a tough match, but I feel ready for it."