Bovada continues to offer a table tennis betting menu featuring leagues in Russia, Czechia, and Ukraine. Today we’re featuring the Czech TT Star Series with a handful of matches to handicap. These tennis table players will play a ton of matches over the course of a week. Some days they’ll play seven in a day. Now, table tennis is not the most physically demanding game, at least at this level of play.
When you start getting into the elite competitions like in Asia, there is certainly more of a physical aspect that goes into matches. Most of all, though, table tennis is a mental game that players must be prepared for. Especially when they’re playing seven matches in a day sometimes, it’s imperative that players are focused at the table.
Tomas Konency’s head is typically involved in the game and the results usually pay off for him. Since we’ve been betting on table tennis, Konency has been able to net us a profit regularly. Depending on who he’s playing, Konency doesn’t have crazy odds most of the time as well. On our last day betting on table tennis on Tuesday, we took a split to bring our record to 6-4. The first pick of the day was a success, but we couldn’t get the sweep later on.
Regardless of the outcome, table tennis betting can be entertaining. Before sports get back to normal, I’m just making some recreational bets and hoping for the best. If i get out of it with a profit, then that’s a bonus.
The way I see it, it’s not going to be another three months until the major sports start entertaining the idea of playing again. July 4th baseball is likely the best-case scenario. In the meantime, we’ll continue to look elsewhere for winning picks. Head below for our free Czech TT Star Series Tomas Konecny vs. David Reitspies pick.
Tomas Konency vs. David Reitspies Czech TT Star Series Betting Odds:
Tomas Konency vs. David Reitspies Czech TT Star Series Prediction:
Tomas Konency is a fairly difficult out for most players in the Czech Republic. He consistently gets solid results. Konency may not win every match, nobody does, but he’s a good enough player to make a living doing this. He has played in some fairly big tournaments in his career, including the ITTF Challenge Spanish Open last year. Konency is no stranger to the table tennis table. He is coming off a solid day on Tuesday, as he went 4-1 for a productive day at the office. The day before, Konency was solid again with a record of 3-1 in four matches.
That’s pretty well been the story for Konency. He might have a bad match, but always knows how to rise up to the occasion and respond nicely. Going further back, Konecny won three of four matches on March 26. He’s one of the more steady players that you’re going to find in the Czech Republic at the tables. Konency and David Reitspies will each play their second match of the day against each other. Reitspies is coming off a couple of so-so days. He split on Monday with two wins and two losses, which included a loss against Konency in straight sets. Konency was never in harm to lose, as he won 11-6, 11-7, 11-7 for the sweep.
Reitspies followed Monday up with a below average day on Tuesday, having lost two matches and winning against Jiri Vrablik. Reitspies has gone 4-6 in his previous ten matches, while Konency has gone 7-3 in his last ten outings. Konency has outplayed Reitspies often when they meet. Note that he has won six of eight meetings, including their most recent on Monday in straight sets. Konecny has been reliable for me, and I hope that trend continues Thursday morning. Consider a play on Konency if you’re looking for some early Thursday morning table tennis action.