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Tennis Videos / Re: US OPEN 2014 - More Matches Posted......
« Last post by ctapiat on August 30, 2014, 06:11:45 PM »
Kyrgios vs Youzhny? Please
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Tennis Videos / Re: US OPEN 2014 - More Matches Posted......
« Last post by samg1287 on August 30, 2014, 05:12:32 PM »
Does anyone know of any other torrent sites besides t3nnis.tv, rgfootball.net or rutracker.org. For some reason, fewer and fewer matches from the slams seem to be uploaded to those sites. Maybe there is somewhere else?
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Tennis Videos / Re: US OPEN 2014 - More Matches Posted......
« Last post by sdede on August 30, 2014, 03:31:37 PM »
Here are some matches:

US Open 2014.R1.T.Berdych - L.Hewitt.HDTV.720.RUS.ENG


Note: This next match is 1080i. It took too many hours to upload. If I have other 1080i (or other large matches), I will post at the end, sorry...

US Open 2014 - Round 2 - M.Sharapova vs A.Dulgheru - 1080i


USOpen.2014.R2.Stephens.Larsson

That's it for now  :(

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Tennis Videos / Re: ITF Women Mamaia and Bagnatica 2014
« Last post by WTAforever on August 30, 2014, 01:29:57 PM »
Three more matches

Mamaia Matches:

Bara / Mitu vs Cracium / Tig Final: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hW4eK7yhWMg

Bagnatica Matches:

Zlochova vs Lukacs QF: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f88G4HlraDc
Arkangioli / Zlochova vs Grymalska / Perrin Final: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OwWuHPag9ec
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Tennis Videos / Re: US OPEN 2014 - FIVE FIRST ROUND MATCHES Posted......
« Last post by lgs on August 30, 2014, 11:07:53 AM »
Nicole gibbs 2nd round match vs pavlyuchenkova please  :)
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Tennis Videos / Re: US OPEN 2014 - FIVE FIRST ROUND MATCHES Posted......
« Last post by oliveirinha on August 30, 2014, 09:48:35 AM »

Can someone upload and share this game? thank you.

DANCEVIC, Frank CAN  VS  SOUSA, Joao POR [32]
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Tennis Videos / Re: t3nnis.tv thread
« Last post by oliveirinha on August 30, 2014, 09:29:44 AM »


Hi,

 i'd like to have an account to t3nnis.tv, please send me an invite, if it's possible, to my email account: antonio.oliveirinha@ gmail(dot)com

thank you
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Tennis Discussions / Re: 2014 US OPEN
« Last post by euroka1 on August 30, 2014, 08:43:37 AM »
I thought Sam Groth did pretty well against Federer last night. Mertov thinks that he is another up and coming Australian and having watched him, I agree  :) . Once he gets those volleys right, he will be a real menace to all. Still, It's very much a game in progress. As Richard Pagliaro over at tennis .com remarked " Watching massive servers trying to beat Federer with pure pace is like watching a heavyweight fighter trying to knock out a shadow—they swing with menacing intentions but often punch themselves out. " That's the way it was.  :scared:
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vBetting Pick 'em Game / TENNIS – US Open preview
« Last post by infinity2014 on August 30, 2014, 05:18:21 AM »
The USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, New York City becomes a gladiator coliseum from 25th of August to September 8th this year, as the biggest names of tennis will compete for glory in the 2014 US Open Tennis Championships!
infinitybet have odds available on every match, as well as outright winner.
The competition, one of the oldest in world, has seen the rise of young superstars and the creation of tennis legends. The likes of Molla Mallory, Billie Jean King, Steffi Graf, Ivan Lendl, and Roger Federer have made tennis a top-class and respected sport due to their excellent and amazing performances in the US Open.
It started in 1881 as the US National Championship and since then it has been a great ground for champions and world top contenders to play.
This year will be the 134th edition of this prestigious tournament. However, nearing it’s opening, there was bad news for Rafael Nadal fans as the Spanish World number 2 announced he would not be competing because of a wrist injury. It’s an awful shame not to be seeing him defend his second US Open title, but that means someone else has the opportunity to be crowned US Open champion.
Without Nadal, it would be likely that the top bet to reach and win the final of the mens tournament would be Novak Djokovic (2.30). Any player that beats him will be a deserved winner of the tournament. The World Number 1 has won titles on all surfaces, and he also swept the hard-court American Masters this year in Miami and Indian Wells. Watch out for a one man show this August!
Djokovic might look to be winning the prize money as we look into our crystal ball, but you should not count out Roger Federer (3.65) and Andy Murray (8.50). Federer, the World No. 3 just recently won titles in Halle and Dubai. Murray is just as hungry. He has not won anything this year and is looking to get his first this year. The Scot is very healthy, finding his form and very eager to cause an upset.
Looking at the Women’s tournament, we are seeing a strong defending champion in Serena Williams (2.45). However, she has not yet won a Grand Slam this year. She hasn’t even reached a quarter final yet. We should also not ignore Sharapova(7.00) and Azarenka (29.00), both deserving to be favorites in this tournament, and perhaps even look to an outsider, and previous winner, Samantha Stosur (51.00)  to cause an upset.
infinitybet have a wide range of Tennis markets available. Prices correct at time of publishing.
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Tennis Videos / Re: US OPEN 2014 - FIVE FIRST ROUND MATCHES Posted......
« Last post by TribalFreak2 on August 29, 2014, 11:33:57 PM »
720 p please
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