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  • BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview – July 7-9

    The first half of this year’s MLB regular season comes to a close this weekend ahead of next week’s annual All Star break and there are a number of great matchups on the board to bet on at BetAnySports over the next few days. Professional tennis’s third Grand Slam event of the year also takes […]

  • Why Do Ex-Athletes Open Bars?

    By Frankie the Fan It always seems that the dream of any ex-athlete is to open a bar or a restaurant. Jake LaMotta did it when his career was over, Sam “Mayday” Malone of Cheers opened a bar “Where everybody knows your name”, and even Rocky Balboa ended up with a restaurant in one of […]

  • 2017 Davis Cup Quarterfinals

    By Frankie the Fan It’s time for the Davis Cup Quarterfinals this weekend and we have a couple of good matchups so let’s look at each Tie individually and take a look at the lineups and see what we think will happen. What should’ve been the best Tie of the weekend was the “Frogs” hosting […]

  • Indian Wells Masters Men’s Final

    By Frankie the Fan Interesting Finals matchup at Indian Wells this year. At first glance you might say, “We’ve seen this all before”, because Wawrinka is Federer’s “bitch”. It is very hard when you grow up idolizing someone to finally start to beat them especially when you are 3-19 lifetime vs. that person, but this […]

  • Internal Monologues

    By Frankie the Fan Do you remember in the baseball movie “For the Love of the Game” where Kevin Costner was talking to himself to and saying things like, “This is going to hurt like hell, but here comes the curveball” or when the young kid comes up to bat to break up his perfect […]

  • That Drum Tech Life

    By Frankie the Fan Hey guys the main tour is off for few weeks but that doesn’t mean that you still can’t have some action on tennis at America’s Bookie. The Challengers are available to bet on and these guys need your love as well. Remember the movie Bull Durham? Well that is kinda what […]

  • It’s Not Just About Talent

    Two things have came to light recently that has demonstrated the difference between players who play with only their athletic ability and players who use every inch of their being; body, mind and heart to be successful. We advise you to bet on the players at America’s Bookie who are “winners,” not “losers.” When you […]

  • US Open Quarterfinals

    We are down to the Final 8 players in both the Men’s and Women’s Draw in Flushing Meadows so it’s good time to take closer look at what has happened and what will transpire. For the men, the only real surprise was Nadal going down to Pouille. We watched that whole match and the young […]

  • US Open Tennis Draws

    2016 US Open Tennis Draws By: Frankie the Fan We are going to take a look at both the Men’s and Women’s Draw for the US Open which begins on Monday. It should be a lot of fun this year, as both of the top seeds are certainly not guaranteed a Title. On the Men’s […]

  • This Week in Tennis | Aug 15, 2016

    We wanted to first begin by giving props to all of the Olympians that made the medal round. The first of which is Nadal who didn’t even medal. He came out there on Saturday after winning the doubles Gold medal late Friday and still was 2 points from victory vs. Del Potro. You know how […]

  • Rio Tennis | Men’s Medal Round

    Well we told you on Monday that these would be the last 4 guys standing but it wasn’t easy. Nadal had to go 3 sets with Bellucci yesterday. Nishikori was down match points and 6-3 in the 3rd set breaker vs. Monfils. Murray had to go to a 3rd set tiebreaker vs. Johnson of all […]

  • Olympic Tennis Providing Drama

    We are into the round of 32 at the Rio Olympics so it’s a good time to take look at the draw. First off, we wanted to talk about Djokovic losing to Del Potro yesterday. Is this really a surprise? When the Draw came out and Novak saw who his first opponent would be “he […]

  • DTM’s Olympic Tennis Bet of the Day

    DTM’s Olympic Tennis Bet of the Day – Saturday August 6th By Dan Leach Follow Dan on Twitter @DanLeach971 BRIAN BAKER (USA) vs. YUICHA SUGITA (JAPAN) 1st ROUND (Current America’s Bookie‘s Line BAKER -$130) The Olympic tennis tournament gets started off with a bang on Saturday and there is some great first round value throughout, but today […]

  • This Week in Tennis | August 1, 2016

    Another day and another Master’s Shield for Novak Djokovic. This is starting to get a little boring. He’s been off since Wimbledon, so he said I guess I better play one hard court event before the Olympics begin next week. He was just rolling groundstrokes, spinnin in his serve and was never in trouble in […]

  • This Week in Tennis | July 25, 2016

    There were 4 tourneys last week where we saw Lopez win in Switzerland, Fognini won in Croatia, Lorenzi won in Austria and Monfils won in DC. Things are a little congested this year because of the Olympics that begin in 10 days. This week however we consolidate things as everyone is in Toronto for the […]

  • This Week in Tennis | July 18

    There were 3 winners last week, Klizan in Hamburg, Ramos-Vinolas in Sweden and Karlovic in Newport, but does anyone really care about those results. The 2 big things that were going on were the Hall of Fame inductions in Newport and the Davis Cup Quarterfinals. This year Marat Safin and Justine Henin went in. Henin […]

  • This Week in Tennis | July 11, 2016

    The first thing we wanted to do was talk little bit about Wimbledon and give kudos to the Champs. First kudos to Serena for catching Steffi Graf on the all-time Grand Slam list at 22. She still has 2 more to go to catch Margaret Court however. Most players don’t have 22 titles of any […]

  • Wimbledon Semifinals

    The Semis are on Thursday for Ladies and on Friday for the Gentlemen so we wanted to take a look at them. In the first Semi, Federer is -165 to Raonic +140. We couldn’t believe that the odds were this close. Talent wise the Canadian has a shot but spirit and experience wise it’s not […]

  • Big Monday at the All-England Club

    Well we finally made it to “Big Monday”, where everyone is in action. It looked like it wasn’t going to happen as after all of the rain we had this week we were playing second round matches on Saturday, which lead to a rare Middle Sunday of action, but now we are back on track. […]

  • Middle Sunday not so sacred at Wimbledon this year

    By The Rex Factor The world’s oldest, most prestigious and popular tennis tournament in the world traditionally enjoys a day of rest roughly halfway through the tournament. Mother Nature intervened this year. The men’s and women’s singles draws start with 128 players on the last Monday in June every year at the All England Club […]

  • Wimbledon Day Three

    We didn’t get through all of the matches in Day 2 due to the rain. They did play a few matches in doors after the rain hit, but I’m against it. I’m a traditionalist in most things. I don’t like the designated hitter rule; I don’t like lights at Wrigley Field and don’t like a […]

  • Wimbledon 2016 Draw

    We are going to take a look at the Gentlemans and Ladies Singles Draws which just came out for the Championships which start on Monday. Wimbledon is the only tourney that factors in past performances here and on other grass court tourneys, instead of the straight rankings in making out the Draw. They also always […]

  • This Week on the ATP Tour | June 20

    Most of the work has been done by the players to get used to the grass courts in Northern Europe as they get ready for the Championships which begin next week. There was a few interesting results however in Halle and Queens Club this week. First in Germany, Mayer beat Zverev in the Final but […]

  • This Week in Tennis | June 13, 2016

    By: Frankie the Fan There were 2 winners last week and they were both 2 of my favorite players. One guy I’m not surprised at all that he won and the other for the life of me I can figure out why. In Holland, Mahut won again on Grass. This makes all the sense in […]

  • This Week in Tennis | June 6, 2016

    We have to say congratulations to Novak Djokovic and Garbine Muguruza for winning the French Open this year. First let’s talk about Muguruza. Have you seen in quite a while a Champion that had such a sincere smile and happiness after winning the trophy? All tennis players want to succeed, but most are terrible human […]

  • Roland Garros Semifinal Preview

    Now that all of the rain has slowed a little we are finally almost back on schedule and if all goes well we will playing the Women’s Finals this Saturday and the Men will play on Sunday. There are a few good Semis to talk about first so let’s get started so you can call […]

  • Roland Garros Early Impressions

    By: G Howe We are about halfway through at Roland Garros. Most of the players are in the 4th round now and if the rain lets up a little we will finish up the 3rd round today. This is the point of the tourney when the players start to feel like they belong in the […]

  • Roland Garros 2016 Preview

    The French Open gets underway on Sunday in Paris at Roland Garros and the draw just came out so we wanted to take look and see who is playing who, cuz that is a good way to get your futures bets down at America’s Bookie. A good tennis prognosticator can almost look at the opening […]

  • Wild Weekend in Sports – Let’s Put a Wrap On It

    By The Rex Factor If you were out camping and/or didn’t have access to a television over the last few days, you missed an awful lot in the sports world. Let me help you get caught up. The NHL Conference finals started in Pittsburgh and St. Louis, respectively. The Penguins fell behind 3-0 and were […]

  • This Week on the ATP Tour | May 16

    By: G Howe Well Murray finally did it. He beat Djokovic yesterday in Rome after not beating him for quite a while. He came out attacking and never let up and was never in trouble winning 3 and 3. In Djokovic’s defense, he was a little tired mentally after winning last week and he also […]

  • This Week on the ATP Tour

    By: Glen Howe We move over from Madrid to Rome this week and it’s the same cast of characters since it’s another Masters event. The Masters events were invented a few years back to get all of the best players in the same place at the same time when it’s not a Grand Slam. The […]

  • This Week on the ATP Tour

    By: Glen Howe We are now playing another Masters event on red clay this week in Madrid. This is the same event that they had that weird blue clay a few years back. It was basically the same as the red but the players felt uncomfortable on it. Tennis players are creatures of habit, I […]

  • This Week in Tennis | TWIT Notes

    Rafa won Monte Carlo again for the ninth time last week, he had a little bit of help as Djokovic lost early and Roger lost the quarters. He did however beat 2 guys who will have something to say about who wins in Paris in a few weeks. He made short work of Wawrinka and […]

  • This Week in the ATP

    I’m sitting here in my house watching David Ferrer play Lucas Pouille in Miami, Florida and I realized how relaxing it is to watch tennis being played at night. It’s kinda like that in the US Open, maybe it’s just me be it  seems that time slows down and you can just enjoy a good […]

  • Were Raymond Moore’s Comments Wrong?

    By The Rex Factor   There was a lot going on last weekend in the sports landscape, so it was easy for a seemingly innocuous comment made by an old executive of one of the more popular events on the tennis tours to get lost in the wash. That is, until you actually read what […]

  • This Week in Tennis

    The Djokovic train just keeps “chuggin along”, it’s debatable that he is becoming as dominant now as Federer was in his prime, and Mac and Connors were in theirs. It’s seems that every 10 years a player comes along that is just the prohibitive favorite. In the 70’s it was Connors, winning every week, till […]

  • Life After Sports | The Sad Reality

    We were reading something about the plight of Debi Thomas who was an Olympic Bronze medalist and World Champion figure skater in the 80’s. She went to Stanford and was a doctor and a surgeon and is now living in a trailer park in Virgina and is flat broke. It is quite a difficult situation […]

  • This week in Tennis – November 16th

    The World Tour Finals is under way in London as we speak. Yesterday wasn’t too eventful as Djokovic killed Nishikori and Federer also beat Berdych easily. Today we have one match that shouldn’t be too competitive as Murray should have his way with Ferrer but the second match will be a good one, Nadal is […]

  • US Open 3rd Round

    Wow the first 2 rounds of the Open really flew by quickly this year , that is because they now are not making the Men’s first round last for 3 days at the beginning. It’s the only Slam that used to do this, that didn’t start on a Sunday and it makes for more exciting […]

  • US Open day 2 preparing for matches

    Pretty interesting Day 1 at the Open. We wanted to talk about preparation for matches today. Tennis as well as other sports can be won before you step onto the field of play. The reason we bring this up is because although upsets are a part of sports it is very disappointing to see some […]

  • U.S. Open Tennis Betting — CJ: Will Venus Spoil Serena’s Party?

    By Charles Jay The headline at the top of a USA Today story says “Venus Williams Aims to Deny Sister Serena Place in History at U.S. Open.” But does she? That is a question the betting public might legitimately ask. America’s Bookie customers will be seeing the Williams sisters go up against each other in […]

  • AB’s The Brink : Oldies but Goodies

    US Open time has rolled around as the first round is set to start today.  The Big Apple is adorned with images of Serena on posters all over the city.  For one of the legends of the game, this is her shot at immortality.  Today on Americas Bookie’s The Brink, we look at some oldies […]

  • Monday Service Plays 8-31-15

    by WINNERS_ONLY   2015 U.S. Open betting preview: Men to watch By WINAFY TENNIS The fourth and final Grand Slam event of the tennis calendar is upon us as the U.S. Open kicks off Monday. Tennis expert, Winafy Tennis, breaks down the men’s side by taking a look at a favorite, an underdog to watch […]

  • Sunday Service Plays 8-30-15

    by WINNERS_ONLY   NFL Preseason Week 3 Essentials By Tony Mejia Sunday, Aug. 30 Houston at New Orleans: Losing tight end Jimmy Graham to Seattle is a major blow, but there was justifiable criticism that Drew Brees was targeting him too much at the expense of some of the other targets on the roster. With […]

  • US Open Preview

    Our man Roger Federer headlines the bottom section and as usual has a relatively easy draw. Roger must live a good life cuz he never gets a bad draw. Kohlschreiber will win a set or 2 in the 3rd round but not until he meets “Big John” Isner will he really be in any real […]

  • Saturday Service Plays 8-29-15

    by WINNERS_ONLY   NFL Preseason Week 3 Essentials By Tony Mejia You read in this space last week that the preseason is not only a necessarily evil, but also, that you can profit on it if you invest the preparation time. That opinion hasn’t changed, but those who despise the fact we’re still only halfway […]

  • Wednesday Service Plays 8/26/15

    by WINNERS_ONLY   Five To Follow MLB Betting: Wednesday, August 26, 2015 Opening Line Report by Alan Matthews CC Sabathia used to be one of the best pitchers in baseball, but there was always a fear that his weight would end up shortening his career. And that might be the case as the Yankees have […]

  • Tuesday Service Plays 8/25/15

    by WINNERS_ONLY   Five To Follow MLB Betting: Tuesday, August 25, 2015 Opening Line Report by Alan Matthews So did you see the no-hitter by Houston’s Mike Fiers on Friday against the Dodgers? It sure looked like he had some sort of weird substance on the inside of his glove. If MLB’s commissioner was Roger […]

  • Tennnis Week

    There is one tourney in N.C. this week but most of the guys will hit the practice courts in N.Y. or be playing in the Qualifying, but we’d rather talk about one player however. I’m going to make a statement here and don’t think it’s going too far out a limb, Roger Federer is the […]

  • Monday Service Plays 8/24/15

    by WINNERS_ONLY   Coach Fletcher MLB Monday Scouting Report 11:05 am Cleveland Indians at Chicago Cubs A Pair of Aces Go At It in Chicago An interleague match-up today pits last year’s AL Cy Young winner against Cub ace Jon Lester. Kluber has had flashes of the form that won him the coveted award last […]