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ATP TENNIS 
Opener
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Final
Final
0000
62
57
46
9:00a
David Souto
Guido Pella
+455
-765
+450
-750
+507
-750
+450
-833
+454
-1667
+450
-750
+450
-750
 
Final
Final
0000
46
57
10:40a
Sherif Sabry
Joao Souza
+400
-600
+400
-600
+471
-680
+350
-588
+333
-714
+400
-600
+400
-600
 
Final
Final
0000
16
26
9:05a
Fernando Romboli
Guillermo Duran
-150
+110
+105
-145
+103
-125
-120
-120
-101
-118
+105
-145
+105
-145
 
Final
Final
0000
46
46
4:35a
Michael Llodra
(47) Lukas Rosol
-135
+115
-102
-118
+105
-125
-102
-118
-120
-120
-101
-109
-120
-120
-102
-116
+105
-125
+105
-125
-110
-106
 
Final
Final
0000
667
46
4:30a
(45) Roberto Bautista-Agut
(13) Fabio Fognini
+180
-220
+200
-240
+180
-220
+200
-240
+188
-260
+190
-212
+175
-250
+178
-238
+180
-220
+180
-220
+185
-215
 
Final
Final
0000
764
26
16
4:45a
(52) Yen-Hsun Lu
(10) Milos Raonic
+385
-485
+410
-535
+460
-620
+410
-535
+350
-550
+516
-625
+400
-714
+384
-714
+460
-620
+460
-620
+425
-550
 
Final
Final
0000
657
75
46
5:55a
(36) Pablo Andujar
(35) Andreas Seppi
+105
-125
+107
-127
-112
-108
+107
-127
+100
-137
+102
-113
+100
-137
+106
-128
-112
-108
-112
-108
+109
-125
 
Final
Final
0000
16
26
6:40a
(41) Radek Stepanek
(4) Roger Federer
+800
-1250
+670
-1000
+600
-900
+670
-1000
+700
-1200
+641
-805
+650
-1429
+600
-900
+600
-900
+600
-800
 
Final
Final
0000
46
60
61
6:50a
(18) Tommy Robredo
(51) Julien Benneteau
-385
+318
-435
+345
-440
+350
-435
+345
-500
+333
-412
+355
-400
+275
-556
+333
-440
+350
-440
+350
-425
+345
 
Final
Final
0000
46
63
64
8:40a
(14) Grigor Dimitrov
Albert Ramos
-370
+310
-355
+290
-355
+295
-355
+290
-400
+275
-323
+283
-345
+250
-400
+270
-355
+295
-355
+295
-350
+290
 
Final
Final
0000
637
36
9:05a
(40) Nicolas Mahut
(20) Nicolas Almagro
+510
-720
+580
-825
+600
-900
+580
-825
+600
-1000
+645
-811
+500
-909
+416
-833
+600
-900
+600
-900
+625
-850
 
Final
Final
0000
64
61
7:45a
(1) Rafael Nadal
(58) Teymuraz Gabashvili
-10000
+4000
-10000
+4000
-15000
+2800
-12000
+6000
-10000
+2000
-10000
+4000
-10000
+4000
 
Final
Final
0000
61
75
10:40a
(38) Guillermo Garcia-Lopez
(22) Alexandr Dolgopolov
+265
-325
+290
-350
+313
-375
+290
-350
+322
-371
+250
-345
+238
-333
+313
-375
+313
-375
+280
-330
 
Final
Final
0000
60
62
9:25a
(3) Stanislas Wawrinka
(27) Marin Cilic
-205
+173
-190
+162
-190
+165
-190
+162
-200
+150
-193
+173
-227
+162
-227
+172
-190
+165
-190
+165
-185
+160
 
Final
Final
0000
46
26
9:45a
Alberto Brizzi
Rui Machado
+175
-245
+185
-265
+234
-297
+225
-303
+217
-333
+185
-265
+185
-265
 
Final
Final
0000
06
26
4:45p
Peter Torebko
(99) Paolo Lorenzi
+550
-1050
+600
-1200
+630
-1050
+550
-1000
+600
-1200
+600
-1200
 
Final
Final
0000
16
46
10:15a
Martin Alund
Maximo Gonzalez
+190
-270
+155
-195
+131
-160
+163
-222
+155
-195
+155
-195
 
Final
Final
0000
765
36
46
1:45p
Paul Capdeville
James Duckworth
-110
-130
+115
-155
+110
-133
-120
-120
+101
-120
+115
-155
+115
-155
 
Final
Final
0000
16
46
1:20p
Nikola Ciric
Horacio Zeballos
+355
-535
+355
-535
+356
-480
+300
-455
+263
-455
+355
-535
+355
-535
 
Final
Final
0000
765
61
12:40p
Julio Silva
Andre Ghem
-270
+190
-245
+175
-244
+196
-250
+175
-250
+178
-245
+175
-245
+175
ATP TENNIS 
Opener
Thursday, April 17, 2014
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
00
12:45p
Farrukh Dustov
Peter Polansky
+135
-175
+135
-175
+131
-167
+135
-175
+135
-175
 
 
00
11:00a
James McGee
Daniel Kosakowski
+120
-160
+120
-161
+125
-156
+120
-160
+120
-160
 
 
00
2:30p
James Ward
Antonio Veic
-105
-135
+101
-122
+104
-125
-105
-135
-105
-135
 
 
00
4:30a
(12) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
(13) Fabio Fognini
+115
-135
+125
-145
+115
-135
+120
-162
+124
-134
+120
-149
+108
-132
+125
-145
+125
-145
+117
-133
 
 
00
4:30a
(18) Tommy Robredo
(10) Milos Raonic
-145
+125
-140
+120
-145
+125
-162
+120
-135
+125
-149
+120
-147
+119
-140
+120
-140
+120
-145
+125
 
 
00
6:15a
(1) Rafael Nadal
(35) Andreas Seppi
-8500
+2000
-8500
+2000
-10000
+2500
-7500
+3000
-10000
+2000
 
 
00
6:30a
(3) Stanislas Wawrinka
(20) Nicolas Almagro
-285
+235
-285
+235
-333
+240
-290
+262
-303
+240
-312
+227
-300
+250
 
 
00
8:00a
(47) Lukas Rosol
(4) Roger Federer
+1100
-1950
+1100
-1950
+1200
-2500
+1240
-1800
+1000
-2500
+1200
-2000
 
 
00
8:15a
(14) Grigor Dimitrov
(6) David Ferrer
+255
-310
+255
-310
+240
-333
+255
-282
+250
-333
+222
-303
+250
-300
 
 
00
10:00a
(5) Tomas Berdych
(38) Guillermo Garcia-Lopez
-475
+370
-475
+370
-550
+350
-420
+372
-500
+350
-500
+312
-425
+345
WTA TENNIS 
Opener
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Final
Final
0000
46
63
16
7:45a
Danka Kovinic
(81) Patricia Mayr
+120
-140
+110
-130
+100
-137
+103
-114
+100
-137
+102
-122
+110
-130
+110
-130
-101
-115
WTA TENNIS 
Opener
Thursday, April 17, 2014
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
00
2:00a
Ling Zhang
(45) Zhang Shuai
+333
-500
+333
-500
+312
-500
+375
-475
 
 
00
3:30a
(75) Karolina Pliskova
Ying-Ying Duan
+275
-335
+275
-350
+250
-335
+275
-335
+275
-330
+280
 
 
00
6:30a
(10) Dominika Cibulkova
Su-Wei Hsieh
-750
+540
-750
+540
-800
+500
-909
+500
-1000
+454
-750
+575

Early Look: 2015 NCAA Basketball Futures Odds

We're only weeks removed from the 2014 NCAA Tournament, but we like to be prepared here at SBRForum. Some sportsbooks have already released their futures odds for the 2015 season, so let's take a gander into what we can expect from some of the top contenders.

Arizona Wildcats (+600)

Fab freshman Aaron Gordon has already declared for the NBA Draft and leading scorer Nick Johnson is likely to follow, yet the Wildcats will still enter the 2015 season as one of the top favorites in the college basketball betting odds.

T.J. McConnell, Brandon Ashley, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Kaleb Tarczewski and Gabe York are all expected to return, while their incoming class is highlighted by a couple stud recruits in Stanley Johnson and Craig Victor.

As you can see, Arizona will keep chugging along just fine without their two best players from 2014.

Duke Blue Devils (+700)

The Blue Devils crashed out of the Big Dance early this season, but many saw that coming due to their lack of toughness and physicality inside.

Well, that should all change in 2015. Duke has the number one overall recruit coming to town in the form of Jahlil Okafor, a 6'11” behemoth who will immediately step in as the starting center. The Blue Devils have been sorely needing an inside presence and now they have it.

Throw in two more top-ten recruits in Tyus Jones and Justice Winslow, along with solid returning contributors like Quinn Cook and Rasheed Sulaimon, and you can see why Duke is a favorite in the eyes of oddsmakers.

Kansas Jayhawks (+1200)

Another legitimate contender will be the Jayhawks, who should return a host of players who helped them on their way to a 25-10 overall record in 2014.

Yes, Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embidd are gone, but Perry Ellis, Wayne Selden and Naadir Tharpe, just to name a few, will return and that bodes well for Kansas. Ellis, who averaged 13.5 PPG and 6.7 RPG as a sophomore, will be looked upon to step up his offensive game even more, while Tharpe will provide leadership as one of the only seniors.

Cliff Alexander and Kelly Oubre are the standout recruits for the Jayhawks, as they're ranked fifth and sixth respectively in the Scout database. Both are going to make immediate impacts for Bill Self's team.

Kentucky Wildcats (+1200)

What an amazing run for the Wildcats. They had their fair share of ups and downs throughout the season, but really picked up steam at the right time, only to fall short to Connecticut in the NCAA Championship game.

Kentucky is set to lose Julius Randle, James Young and the Harrison twins to the draft, though they got a boost with the announced return of Willie Cauley-Stein. Alex Poythress, Dakari Johnson and Marcus Lee will also return.

Another excellent recruiting class awaits John Calipari, with five-star prospects Karl Towns and Trey Lyles the standouts. Devin Booker and Tyler Ulis are also rated highly.

Wisconsin Badgers (+1200)

The Badgers couldn't go all the way despite a phenomenal run in 2014. We see no reason to expect any kind of dropoff in performance in 2015.

The only player that's gone is Ben Brust and he'll be hard to replace, but Wisconsin will return the likes of Frank Kaminsky, Sam Dekker, Traevon Jackson and Josh Gasser among others. Kaminsky emerged as a star in the tournament and could have a monster year for the Badgers.

Of course, it helps to have one of the best coaches in the business and Bo Ryan certainly qualifies.