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Stade Français made a good start – Rugby Union France-Top 14

Reigning French rugby union league champion “Stade Français” made both their supporters and online betting fans happy by winning their first game of the season. The Paris-based rugby team crushed Pau 34-18 while delivering a great show to the audience at Jean Bouin with their four tries. Actually, the reigning champion faced a freshly-constituted team in a supporters-packed stadium. About 10,000 Stade Français supporters reportedly made the trip to Jean-Bouin to attend the inaugural match.

It did not take long for Stade Français to claim the lead (6th minute) with a nice try scored by Australia’s Hugh Pyle, owing to an unmatched team play with Jules Plisson. The effectiveness of Plisson allowed the team to gradually deepen the score gap to 13-6 until the break. At some point La Section Paloise regained control of the game (29-18 on the score-board in the 71th) with Thierry Lacrampe (52nd) and Daniel Ramsay (68th) scoring a try each. However, the team lacked coordination, resulting a number of fouls. Worse, Pau had four yellow cards, which negatively impacted their performance. The try scored by Camara in the 80th minute of the game was served as a curtain-fall to a vibrant home-win for Stade Français.


Nadal dethroned – 2015 Masters 1000 Cincinnati-Round of 16

Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer experienced two different spells at Mason. While Spain’s Nadal saw his Masters 1000 Cincinnati run cut by his compatriot, Swiss’s Federer beat South Africa’s Kevin Anderson. Following his fall in the quarterfinals of the Masters 1000 Montreal, Rafael Nadal left Cincinnati in the Round of 16 as he was beaten by Feliciano Lopez (5-7, 6-4, 7-6 [3]). It was an action-packed match from start to a tie-break in the third set; of course, lucky were the bettors who saw their bets matched.

Invincible, Roger Federer is currently securing the ATP World lead. By crushing Kevin Anderson, Federer showed off his legacy at the Lindner Family Tennis Center; his rival was given no chance to improve his game. It would only take less than an hour for Federer to come out victorious of the match (6-1, 6-1). Andy Murray also advanced to the quarterfinals of the Masters 1000 Cincinnati; he beat Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov. The Murray Vs Dimitrov clash was a suspense-filled one; it saw the Bulgarian dominating the first set but eventually found themeselves in a tie break following a double fault committed by Dimitrov. Then Andy Murray would somewhat take advantage of Dimitrov’s slowing down to finally win the game 4-6, 7-6 [3], 7-5.


Murray, Wawrinka, Djokovic and Nadal qualified for the Round of 16 – ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Cincinnati

Almost all world-famed tennis players who made the trip to Cincinnati have successfully been qualified for the knockout stage on Wednesday and Thursday. Now we can clearly say that the Masters 1000 Cincinnati is gaining great attention of active sports betting enthusiasts. After Gaël Monfils’s elimination in the first round, two other French men were sent to the exit. In any case, both men admittedly delivered a praiseworthy performance as they battled it out against world-famed tennis players. Actually, Benoît Paire bowed to Novak Djokovic (7-5, 6-2) while Jérémy Chardy was crushed by Rafael Nadal (6-3, 6-4).

For their part, Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka came out strong by reaching the final sixteen. With his freshly-won Masters 1000 Montreal, Andy Murray has just set the whole Cincinnati alight by beating Grigor Dimitrov to secure a seat to the knockout stage. However, he struggled to knock USA’s Mardy Fish out (6-4, 7-6 [1]). As for Stan Wawrinka, he walked through thin and thick before he won over Borna Coric. He dominated the first set and lost in the second on tie-break. Yet, the Swiss man eventually dethroned Borna Coric after 2 hours and 18 minutes of 3-set clash (3-6, 7-6 [3], 6-3).


Kershaw and Trout, the two Most Valuable Players of the Year – MLB

Their unparalleled talent coupled with their impressive performance are part of the highlights in MLB championship this season. It comes as no surprise if a great number of voters picked them out of the notables-packed list of eligible MVP candidates. It is about Clayton Kershaw (Los Angeles Dodgers) who wins the National League MVP award and Mike Trout (Los Angeles Angels) who grabs the American League MVP trophy. Both men also remain the most-wagered MLB players on online sports betting sites. For Kershaw, he also took home a second trophy, the Cy Young Award, to become the first NL pitcher to win two awards in a single season. His career achievements are phenomenal: 21 wins for 3 defeats along with 1.77 points won on average.

As for Mike Trout, this is his first award after being ranked second in the American League votes in the previous two seasons. Thanks to this achievement, 23 year-old Trout enjoys higher sports betting odds than he has in the past. Previously, he was beaten by Miguel Cabrera of the Detroit Tigers. His main quality: he has been performing so well for three years now. In 2014, Trout scored 111 points, totaling 36 home runs, hitting 28.7% of pitched ball when he comes to bat.


Levy hopes to reach the Top 50 – Golf-World / Golf Ranking

Early this year, golf star Alexander Levy has made a great leap forward. He is currently ranked 53rd on the World Golf Ranking; last January, he found himself seated 226th on the standing. His has a beautifully win-packed career achievement. At the Turkish Airlines event last weekend, the Frenchman finished 11th place. In Dubai, in the season-ending European tournament, Levy dazzled the public with his outstanding performance. The meeting was followed by a great number of online sports betting fans.

When this tournament named “Race to Dubai” is over, Levy hopes to reach the Top 50 of the best golfers in the world. Given his ability to cruise up higher, achieving his objective won’t surely be a great mess for Levy. He is a man of challenge. If Levy, one of the most-wagered golfers on online bets platforms, is ranked among the Top 50 by the end of this year, he will automatically be qualified for any major tournament held worldwide, including the WGC.