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Maria Sharapova to beat Sam Stosur 2-0 @ 87/100
The price may not be the biggest, but this correct score punt is a sure fire money-spinner for this third round bout.
Shara has got the better of her Aussie counterpart in 14 of their 16 career meetings and has won eight of their last 12 by the scoreline in question.
The Russian didn’t drop a set until the round of 16 at Roland Garros last year and in 2012, while it wasn’t until the quarters that she conceded in 2013.
Ahead of this one Sharapova has played seven on clay in which only Carla Suarez-Navarro has taken a set and all the signs suggest she’s poised for another flawless victory here.
A tie-break in Gael Monfils v Pablo Cuevas @ 11/25
Another wager with obvious profit-copping potential at not unreasonable odds thanks to home favourite Monfils’ predilection for early-days drama.
We highlighted the Frenchman’s tendency to put the locals’ emotions through the ringer earlier in the week and nothing jangles the nerves like a good, old tie-break.
He’s had seven in his last nine outings at this tournament prior to the commencement of this season’s instalment, while he’s also been involved in 12 across his last 17 preceding this fixture.
Cuevas isn’t averse to a tie-break either; he has already had three in two rounds at the French Open.
Flavia Pennetta to beat Carla Suarez-Navarro @ 19/10
The Spanish favourite is in good knick, but she has come a cropper against this opponent in four of their six career meetings, including the most recent.
World number 28 Pennetta has taken a few notable scalps in recent tournaments too, toppling the likes of Sharapova, Stosur, Viktoria Azarenka and Angelique Kerber on the hard stuff this term.
She’s been playing well in the opening exchanges of the tournament too, dropping just 11 games across five sets in her first two matches.
Combine all three bets into a treble that pays out just shy of 6/1.