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Australian Open 2016 – Latest Tips



tennis tips for today

It might sound a bit cheeky to introduce you to our… secret tennis tipster, but this is the issue. He is not hiding from publicity, neither he is a well-known tennis player. However, he is a tennis player and while he is building his reputation through the social media he wants to test this partnership with So do we (just joking). His latest Australian Open tips are listed below:

Australian Open 2016 - Tennis Picks

31/01/2016AUS O - MDjokovic v Murray
(at 2-0, 6-5)
Set 3 Race to 2
31/01/2016AUS O - MDjokovic v Murray
(at 0-0, 5-1)
Set 2 Race to 3
30/01/2016AUS O - WWilliams v Kerber2 (+5.5 games)Pre2.00bet36520+20
29/01/2016AUS O - MRaonic v MurrayMurray to win 3-1Pre3.75bet36520-20
29/01/2016AUS O - MRaonic v MurrayRaonic to win 3-2Pre8.50bet36510-10
28/01/2016AUS O - MDjokovic v Federer Djokovic to win 3-2Pre6.50bet36510-10
28/01/2016AUS O - MDjokovic v Federer Federer to win 3-1Pre8.50bet36510-10
28/01/2016AUS O - WKerber v KontaKerber to win 2-1Pre3.75bet36510-10
27/01/2016AUS O - MFerrer v MurrayMurray to win 3-1Pre3.75bet36510+27.50
27/01/2016AUS O - MMonfils v RaonicRaonic to win 3-1Pre3.75bet36510+27.50
26/01/2016AUS O - MFederer v BerdychFederer to win 3-0Pre1.90bet36520+18
26/01/2016AUS O - MDjokovic v NishikoriDjokovic to win 3-1Pre3.75bet36510-10
26/01/2016AUS O - WWilliams v SharapovaWilliams to win 2-1Pre3.75bet36510-10
26/01/2016AUS O - WDGoerges/Pliskova v
Goerges - Pliskova to winPre1.66bet36520+13.30
25/01/2016AUS O - MTomic v Murrey (0-0, 2-5)Murrey to win 3-1Live4.50bet3655-5
23/01/2016AUS O - WLepchenko v Zhang2Pre2.20bet3657+8.40
23/01/2016AUS O - MFerrer v JohnsonOver 35.5 gamesPre1.72bet36520-20
23/01/2016AUS O - MMonfils v RobertUnder 3.5 setsPre1.57bet36525+14.25
23/01/2016AUS O - WAzarenka v Osaka2 (+7.5) gamesPre1.80bet3658-8
22/01/2016AUS O - MKyrgios v BerdychKyrgios to winPre2.20bet36510-10
22/01/2016AUS O - MFederer v DimitrovFederer to win 3-1Pre3.75bet36510+27.50
22/01/2016AUS O - WDCibulkova/Flipkens v
Cibulkova/Flipkens to winPre1.83bet36515+12.45
21/01/2016AUS O - MFerrer v Hewitt Over 3.5 setsPre1.83bet36510-10
21/01/2016AUS O - WJankovic v SiegemundUnder 19.5 gamesPre1.80bet36510-10
21/01/2016AUS O - WAzarenka v D KovanicOver 15.5 gamesPre1.60bet36515-15
21/01/2016AUS O - WGoerges v PliskovaOver 2.5 setsPre2.50bet3655-5
20/01/2016AUS O - MDel Bonis v OlivoDelbonis to win 3-0Pre2.50bet3658-8
20/01/2016AUS O - WBencic v BabosOver 2.5 setsPre2.75bet3657-7
20/01/2016AUS O - WPuig v PliskovaPliskova to winPre3.40bet3655-5
20/01/2016AUS O - WGasparyan v NaraOver 21.5 gamesPre1.80bet36510-10
19/01/2016AUS O - MFederer v DolgopolovOver 34 gamesPre2.50bet36515-15
19/01/2016AUS O - MTrungelliti v DimitrovDimitrov to win 3-1Pre4.00bet3655+15
18/01/2016AUS O - MKohlschreiber v NishikoriOver 3.5 setsPre1.83bet36520-20
18/01/2016AUS O - MVesely v OlivoOver 33.5 gamesPre1.72bet36515+10.80
18/01/2016AUS O - MBenneteau v Almagro1Pre4.00bet3655-5
18/01/2016AUS O - WSakkari v Wang1Pre1.83bet36510+8.30

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Australian Open Predictions 2021



Australian Open tipsAustralian Open Predictions for 2021 is a difficult task like always in this tournament.

Especially this year where Covid-19 has changed the procedure of preparation for the participants, we are expecting more surprises than before.

Just to be clear, we are not experts in tennis. However, we use our staking strategy proved in other sports and try to provide the best tennis tips possible.

We really hope this is the only tennis tipster you will need for the first grand slam of 2021.


The latest Australian Open tips are listed below:

Australian Open 2021 - Tennis Picks

12/01/2021AUS O - MDjokovic - MedvedevOver 39.5Pre1.83
(20/02/2021 at 08:40)
19/01/2021AUS O - MMedvedev - Tsitsipas3-1 ScorePre4.00
(18/02/2021 at 09:00)
17/01/2021AUS O - MTsitsipas - Nadal2Live1.80
(17/02/2021 at 12:09)
16/01/2021AUS O - MDjokovic - A.Zverev3-1 ScorePre4.00
(15/02/2021 at 08:45)
15/01/2021AUS O - MFognini - Nadal1-3 ScorePre3.50
(15/02/2021 at 00:40)
14/01/2021AUS O - MDjokovic - Raonic3-1 ScorePre - Live4.00
(14/02/2021 at 10:00)
12/01/2021AUS O - MFognini - De Minaur1 (+6.5)Pre1.80
(12/02/2021 at 11:20)
11/01/2021AUS O - MShapovalov - AliassimeOver 40.5 gamesPre1.83
(11/02/2021 at 09:50)
10/01/2021AUS O - MPopyrin - HarrisOver 40.5 gamesPre1.90
(10/02/2021 at 11:10)
09/01/2021AUS O - MMannarino - Kecmanovic1Pre2.00
(08/02/2021 at 09:00)
08/01/2021AUS O - MQuerrey - Sonego1Pre1.90
(08/02/2021 at 09:50)
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Australian Open Men seeds

Tennis lags behind other sports in the data. This statement lists the reasons why it’s so difficult to get there with uniform statistics. If predictive analytics is a challenge in normal times, imagine how difficult it is now. If we fail to get a reliable number of error winners, what hope do we hope to acquire more meaningful metrics like “record matches after spending 14 days in a strict quarantine Hyatt single-chamber” or “mentality in the midst of a global pandemic”?

All this means that the downside of a tennis tournament — a fool race, if it’s fun and expected — is always a busy exercise. Before the 2021 Australian Open, it is particularly knotted. But your fearless correspondent persists. Considering that “it is difficult to make predictions. Especially about the future”, we attach the reports of men seeds for the 2021 Australian Open, an event that we expect a lot of surprises.

1. Novak Djokovic

The defending champion. The Australian Open champion 8 times over. The likely champion in 2021.

2. Rafael Nadal

Nadal has won the A.O. only once (2009) and a lower back injury caused him to miss a match at the ATP Cup, which is worrying. But Nadal is… Nadal, and is unrivaled when it comes to fighting and is also the winner of the previous major.

3. Dominic Thiem

A Melbourne finalist in 2020. He did not perform in the ATP Cup, including a straight set loss to Berrettini. And he’s on the… Djokovic-half of the draw. Coach Nicolás Massú will not be there, as he tested positive for COVID-19.

4. Daniil Medvedev

Winner of the ATP World Tour Finals will try to bring some momentum from London. Reached the fourth round in Melbourne two years running he has the confidence to go further in the 2021 tournament.

5. Stefanos Tsitsipas

Tennis’s seeker is looking for the next step in his ascent: a major final. The game is there but you can never be sure if he has the mindset to win a massive one.

6. Alexander Zverev

COVID-19 hit multiple family members, an ex-girlfriend announced she is pregnant with his child while another accused him of domestic violence…He also changed agents other than girlfriends. Hard to say if he has the strength to overlook everything and succeed in the tournament.

7. Andrey Rublev

Coming off a stellar 2020 that saw him win 5 titles and more than 40 matches (crazy considerting the abbreviated schedule.). Time to get beyond the quarters of a major, or not?

8. Diego Schwartzman

Coming off a strange fall: a defeat of Nadal in Rome and a semifinal appearance in Paris. Hard to imagine a player, of his calibre actually winning a major in 2021. However, thers is so much to admire here that it’s easy to see him go far in the competition..

9. Matteo Berrettini

Scored the first top-three win of his career last week over Thiem. He had a quiet 2020, even given the circumstances, winning just 9 times. But looks in form.

10. Gael Monfils

Monf plays his 16th Australian Open. Damn it. They’re growing up, these artists. I was only in the rooms in Australia once. It was 0-4 in the fall and, as much as we all love the guy, we wonder if the show, desperately, is coming to an end.

11. Denis Shapovalov

A massive download of talent and is still 21 years old. But the living room is getting a little impatient. Great pushing opponents to 5-5. Significantly smaller in closing sets and matches. The first two games in 2021: lost one ATP Cup match against Djokovic 7-5, 7-5 and another against Zverev 7-6 in the third.

12. Roberto Bautista Agut

Freed from captivity, he ought to and losing to the dozen or so ahead of him.

13. David Goffin

After a disappointment of an French Open (first round defeat at Sinner) then a 6-3, 6-3 defeat last week against Carlos Alcaraz, 17. You are wondering if the tires do not start to lose the tread.

14. Milos Raonic

Former semifinalist (and almost finalist) is always a danger, especially with that serve he’s got and especially on this surface.

15. Pablo Carreno Busta

Fourth round marks his best showing Down Under.

16. Fabio Fognini

Big Fo on the descent. He left a fourth round show last year, but only 13-13 in his career in Melbourne. (In fact, it will be his 49th Major and only passed the fourth round once, quite remarkable for a guy who spent so much time in the top 20.) It’s always good for a show. It’s rarely good for a deep run.

Honored mention

17. Stan Wawrinka

The last of the four seeds, only four, is remarkable… women are digital duplicate… who have already earned a specialization. Wawrinka can be closer to 40 than 30. But he’s a former champion, fit, and always dangerous.

18. Grigor Dimitrov

The best days may be behind him, but a former semi-finalist and, at the 2019 US Open, beat a Big Three (Federer) member in a hardcourt grand slam.

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Australian Open 2020 – Tennis Predictions



Australian Open tips

Tennis Predictions for the Australian Open is always a difficult task.

Just to be clear, we are not experts in tennis. However, we use our staking strategy proved in other sports and try to provide excellent tennis tips.

We really hope this is the only tennis tipster you will need for the first grand slam of 2020.

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The latest Australian Open tips are listed below:

Australian Open 2020 - Tennis Picks

31/01/2020AUS O - MThiem v Zverev3-1Pre4.00
(30/01/2020 at 10:05)
26/01/2020AUS O - MNadal v Kyrgios3-1Pre3.75
(26/01/2020 at 07:50)
25/01/2020AUS O - MRaonic v Cilic2Pre2.37
(25/01/2020 at 09:10)
24/01/2020AUS O - MGoffin v RublevOver 38.5Pre1.90
(24/01/2020 at 09:20)
23/01/2020AUS O - MBasilashvili v VerdascoOver 38.5Pre1.83
(22/01/2020 at 10:00)

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Wimbledon 2019 – Tennis Predictions today




Tennis predictions for Wimbledon 2019.

Predicting tennis outcomes is always a tricky task to do. The odds on the obvious winners are usually very low and most times you need to get a correct score or the number of games to get a descent return, especially when you fancy the biggest players to win.

Everyone can predict that Federer, Nadal or Djokovic will win against lower ranked players, but what odds to you get for such a bet?

On Livetipster, we use the same strategy that has worked with all our tips. Getting advice from two infamous tennis players, we provide tennis tips today and for every day in the biggest competitions.

Our tennis tipsters/advisors are not hiding from publicity. However, this is the way they want to ‘play’ it. If you want to follow, it depends on your will and mood.

Our latest Wimbledon tips are listed below:

Wimbledon 2019 – Tennis Predictions

14/07/2019WIM – MDjokovic v Federer3-14.33
(14/07/2019 at 09:15)
14/07/2019WIM – MDjokovic v Federer1-36.00
(14/07/2019 at 09:15)
13/07/2019WIM – WS.Williams v Halep2-14.00
(13/07/2019 at 08:35)
12/07/2019WIM – MNadal v Federer22.10
(12/07/2019 at 09:15)
11/07/2019WIM – WS.Williams v Strykova2-14.00
(11/07/2019 at 08:00)
10/07/2019WIM – MNishikori v Federer1-33.75
(10/07/2019 at 08:20)
09/07/2019WIM – WHalep v Zhang2-14.00
(09/07/2019 at 10:00)
08/07/2019WIM – MPella v Raonic1-33.75
(08/07/2019 at 08:40)
06/07/2019WIM – MStruff v KukushkinUnder 36.51.83
(06/07/2019 at 08:40)
05/07/2019WIM – MVerdasco v Fabbiano22.20
(05/07/2019 at 08:10)
04/07/2019WIM – MEvans v Basilashvili3-02.25
(04/07/2019 at 09:40)
03/07/2019WIM – MMedvedev v PopyrinOver 36.5 games1.83
(03/07/2019 at 09:55)
02/07/2019WIM – MPuille v Gasquet3-14.00
(02/07/2019 at 11:35)
01/07/2019WIM – MHumbert v MonfilsOver 37.5 games1.83
(01/07/2019 at 08:00)

* Odds are correct at time of publishing and are subject to change.

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