In this article, you will find all the best Czech Master Tips. After The Open Championship we have had a couple of weeks of pause on the European Golf Tour. This week, however, the show is back with the Czech Masters. This tournament was won a year ago by Andrea Pavan who will try to defend his title from several skilled contenders. To find other best betting tips visit our main section.
Czech Masters Tips
It is not surprising to see that defending champion and World N. 1 Novak Djokovic has been made the favourite by all the best bookies. He is at the best price of 5/9 with Coral after defeating Roberto Bautista Agut. The Serb did that in four sets.
Erik Van Rooyen is still looking for the first win in his career on the European Tour. He is available at 14/1 with 888Sport to get it this weekend and everything points towards him being in contention for the title.
The South African was tied 20th in The Open at Royal Portrush and has played consistently throughout the season. If he can continue to produce this golf surely he has excellent chances and looks an excellent selection for victory.
Top Three Betting Offers To Take Advantage Of In the Czech Master
Following in the betting market we find two Englishman, Eddie Pepperell and Lee Westwood that are available respectively at 14/1 with Betfred and 14/1 with bet365.
Pepperell is coming to Prague in fine form and has ended in a good ninth position a year ago. Westwood, on the other hand, was only 61st last year and even if he was tied-fourth in The Open, is not producing his best golf and might have to settle again for the minor honours.
Bernd Wiesberger is at 14/1 with Betfred. Surely he looks a solid option having won the Scottish Open and ended tied-32 in The Open Championship. He is coming here on the back of two weeks off and might take him some time to start firing all cylinders again.
If you are looking for a good each-way bet go for Belgian star Thomas Pieters. He has won this tournament in 2015 and ended in second place in 2016. Last year he was ninth and at 18/1 with William Hill looks a solid option for this event.
If you are looking for big prices you might want to consider Lee Slattery at 50/1 with Betfred. He finished runner up in 2017 behind the winner Haydn Porteous who is at 60/1 with 888Sport. Both are interesting each-way proposition but we strongly going for Erik Van Rooyen that should be able to claim his first European Tour win finally.
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