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Old 07-01-18, 21:40   #1
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Default Tennis 8.1

Althought last bets were not succesfull (waiting for better times, especially that Australia Open is coming). I would like to share one small stake bet for late evening tonight.

ATP Canberra challenger, Qualifications
Pasha N.- Trian B.
2 @10,00


I would never set Natan Pasha as that clear favorit- even if he will play to 10 years child. He is 25 years old player ranked currently on 641 position and probably he will never reach much higher position.
He played two matches last days:
- lose to Aleksandar Vukic 6:2 6:4
- win to Rinky Hijikata 5:7 6:1 6:4
First match was a surprise because Vukic is really talented player but second... Rinky Hijkata is just 16 years old player and he gave much troubles to Pasha. Today his opponent will be Brian Tran, also young player (20 years old) who has bigger experiences then Hijkata.

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Greg Patton, the head coach of the men's tennis program at Boise State, has announced the signing of Australia's Brian Tran for the new season, as the 10th player on the 2016-17 roster. 18-year-old from Greystanes brings a solid junior experience, as he almost made the Top 100 in January of 2015.

He was a very promising player at a younger age, winning the Australian U12 Championship in 2010, and also the International Junior Championships of Baden where he defeated Stefanos Tsitsipas in the final. In 2013 he lost the final of the U16 Australian Championships to Max Purcell but in general, his results and development were not going as good as he was hoping for, so he decided to try with Collegiate tennis.

Thanks to his strong tennis federation, Tran brings a lot of experience from numerous tournaments around the world, playing in some 22 professional events, in qualifying or in the main draw.
So it looks like he is not on lose position to Natan Pasha- especially that Brian Tran played quite good matches in first rounds in qualifications: last match won to Jake Delaney where he was definitely not favorit.
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