Challenger Tour Betting Odds

Challenger Tour Matches

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Friday 31st October 2014

09:00

Robin Haase (1/100)

Julien Cagnina (33)

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11:00

Konstantin Kravchuk (15/8)

Ruben Bemelmans (5/12)

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11:30

Victor Hanescu (15/13)

Michal Przysiezny (3/4)

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12:00

Gregoire Barrere (13/2)

Ricardas Berankis (2/17)

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12:30

Niels Desein (4/5)

Andrea Arnaboldi (1)

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13:30

Radu Albot (1)

Damir Dzumhur (1)

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14:30

Florent Serra (10/11)

Pere Riba (10/11)

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15:00

Damir Dzumhur/Franko Skugor (11/5)

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15:00

Gastao Elias/Sean Thornley (4/6)

Lewis Burton/Marcus Willis (11/10)

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15:30

Steve Darcis (4/7)

Simone Bolelli (13/8)

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16:00

Denis Matsukevich (11/5)

Mirza Basic (2/5)

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17:00

Taro Daniel (8/13)

James Duckworth (11/8)

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17:30

Evgeny Donskoy (11/10)

Tim Puetz (4/5)

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17:30

Jiri Vesely (16/11)

Marcos Baghdatis (3/5)

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19:00

Laurent Lokoli (10/13)

Alex Kuznetsov (6/5)

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21:00

Ryan Harrison (5/11)

Liam Broady (2)

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23:00

Treat Huey/Frederik Nielsen (3/10)

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Saturday 1st November 2014

01:00

Tennys Sandgren (13/8)

Denis Kudla (4/6)

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