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French Open 2017 | WTA & ATP Tennis Bets | Day 5

Natalie Rydstrom and tennis betting expert Joao from MGTennisTipster.com and Alex from BookMakers Review break down the French Open 2017 and discuss insider tips and ways to make money during the Roland Garros Grand for both ATP and WTA plays – Day 5.

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welcome back to sports book review dot com
I’m Natalie Rydstrom here reporting for my
sunny guarded in Costa Rica Roland Garros
underway we’re now previewing a
day five value plays with Joao from mg
tennis tipster dot com but with us for
quite a few tennis seasons and continues
he delivers great results great analysis
and really really pleased to have him on
so day five a value plays starting with
the women’s side no there’s been a few
surprises no major upsets on the women’s
side what are your two value plays for
day five yeah we had a couple of sets
today the highlights go to go to the
defeat of Kiki Burton’s against CC Bell
is the American teenager won that match
and also once on Joker from Tunisia
became the first Arabic player to reach
that the third round of Roland Garros
after defeating Dominica Chivo color for
tomorrow we have to make plays as you
mentioned the first is on the men
standing false IDs economy against virus
to discover as you might know I was a
cook Nia was enough out one of our pigs
in the the previous round she she got
the job done against it email by Bush
although she lost the second set was a
pretty good performance from her she
should have won in straight sets she was
a leading by six two five three had a
thirty love lead on that on that service
game but then she she just she just
couldn’t close the match lost on second
set tired but we regroup and once again
in the third set was too strong and one
by six two and she’s always a tough
opponent to beat on this on this event
if we look at her previous performances
since 2013 she played 13 matches in
enrolling girls and one at least one set
in twelve of those so just one man she
grew and one and a set was in 2014
I’m not mistaken she lost against the
Elina Svitolina by six to 75 and and
then tiebreak that sorry 76 and second
set was a fabric and then tie break was
solved by 13 11 or something she had
chances also doing the set

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