With the KBO and CPBL off on Monday, table tennis is the center of attention today. Sports are beginning to trickle back slowly, but Asian baseball isn’t for everyone. The UFC on Saturday night must have had a monster handle. Reports suggest that before the main card even started, betting numbers were at an all-time high.
The UFC has held some big events over the years, and it’s crazy to think that those betting records were broken prior to the main fights. The public is hungry for something to bet on, and for a night, the UFC was the only game in town in the US. Dana White intends on holding several more events in the near future, so there will be more opportunities if you missed UFC 249.
It’s impossible to miss table tennis matches, though. They’re on around the clock and you’d be hard pressed not to find a match to bet on. That’s good, but could also be dangerous at the same time for someone that doesn’t have restraint. With hundreds of matches a day that can only take less than 30 minutes to play, it can be easy to lock in more bets than you’d like to. If you treat individual match like a normal game, then you’re going to be better off. I think the vast majority of people are just betting random matches blindly.
We have some table tennis betting tips for you over at the blog if you have a minute be sure to check it out. I’ve dropped my last two table tennis picks, but still maintain a better than fine record of 31-20. Despite the two losses, I’m still content with where our table tennis betting has gone. No qualms about the success rate. Unfortunately, our cash cow of taking the UNDER in matches with terrible players was squashed, as totals are harder to find in those games now.
Most of those wins have come from the Czech TT Star Series. They’re back on Monday after getting the weekend off. We’ll get started with a match between Tomas Tregler and Antonin Gavlas at approximately 6:25 a.m. EST. Tregler has been a dependable player, and ranks as one of the top players in Czech Republic. However, Gavlas is a formidable opponent and should give Tregler a good match in this one. Head below for our free Czech TT Star Series pick between Tomas Tregler vs. Antonin Gavlas.
Tomas Tregler vs. Antonin Gavlas Czech TT Star Series Table Tennis Odds:
Tomas Tregler vs. Antonin Gavlas Prediction:
There’s not a whole lot of players in the TT Star Series. If you’ve followed my table tennis picks, you’ll notice a lot of the same names. The way I see it, that’s great as we’re able to focus on a smaller data set. Tomas Tregler is one of the better players, as he ranks 303rd in the world and 5th in Czechia. Only Tomas Konecny is ahead of him in terms of rankings in this tournament. Pavel Sirucek and Lubomir Jancarik are both in the top-100 globally, though neither entered into the Czech TT Star Series tournament.
Tregler had a really tough stretch back in mid-April, but has since been able to find a major groove and get rolling. He lost six straight matches and then picked things up and got going. SInce going on that losing streak, Tregler is 28-9 in his previous 37 matches. In his last 13 contests, Tregler has gone 11-2 for a nice run at the office. He is coming off a loss on Friday against Antonin Gavlas. Gavlas prevented his streak from going to 12-1, but it’s still some nice play by Tregler recently. He still owns a 7-5 advantage over Gavlas in 12 meetings.
Despite the loss by Tregler against Gavlas, he’s won two of his previous three matches against him. Gavlas is coming off a sharp day with a record of 3-1 on Friday. He also went 3-1 on Thursday. In his previous 22 matches, Gavlas has been on point with a record of 18-4. Expect this to be a quality match against two of the best that the Czech TT Star Series has to offer. After suffering a loss Friday against Gavlas, look for Tregler to return the favor and grab an important win in his third match of the day Monday.