Tennis Betting Advice - May 2019

Rollover pick for today – 7.30pm…

Saturday 4th May 2019

In your Ones to Watch email today:

  • Rollover pick for today…
  • Bet No.5…
  • Match scheduled 7.30pm…

The Rollover – bet No.5…

At the start of last month we kicked off our new Rollover bet. The aim is to roll a £10 stake over with match winner selections, cashing-out when we get to the £100 mark. I believe that’s an achievable target. We’re not reaching for the stars. And this new feature adds some extra excitement to our weekly tennis coverage.

  • The Rollover advice will always be to bet with bookies that void match bets for uncompleted matches. That way we’ll never lose our stake/ rollover pot due to a match retirement. Find out more about bookies’ rules here

After bet No.4 won on 24th April, the Rollover stake stands at £28.86. That goes on our next selection today, with the match scheduled for around 7.30pm at WTA Madrid

Rollover bet:

  • Kiki Bertens to beat Katerina Siniakova @ 1/4 (1.25)

Bertens was runner-up here in Madrid last year. That was just one of a consistent sequence of results that saw Kiki become a Top 10 player for the first time. The 27-year-old is currently ranked No.7.

Kiki made a decent start to her 2019 clay season in Stuttgart last time out. Reaching the quarter finals, beating Belinda Bencic and Angelique Kerber on the way. And only losing out to 2018 Madrid victor and eventual Stuttgart champ Petra Kvitova.

Bertens is a strong favourite to get past World No.44 Siniakova today. The 22-year-old Czech has appeared on our Ones to Watch lists before but has been blowing more cold than hot for the last 12 months also, despite big success on the Doubles circuit.

Siniakova’s Madrid record is 1st Round, 2nd Round, 1st Round. Bertens can inflict another 1st Round defeat on her this evening.

Bertens is 1/4 with William Hill, BetVictor, Betway.

Latest odds here

We had a close one on Thursday with our 16/1 Each Way pick Su-Wei Hsieh just edged out 6-7, 6-4, 6-4 in a tight WTA Rabat quarter final. Konta – who saved three match points in the opening round this week – has gone on to reach the final.

I’ll be back over the course of the weekend with our initial picks for Madrid, where both the men and women are in action over the next seven days.

Enjoy the tennis…

Best wishes,

Oliver Upstone

Tom Wilson

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