Friday sees another packed day of Table Tennis action from the Czech Liga Pro. The likes of Denis Hofman, Milan Klement, and Jiri Hyrsl are in action, and we’ve gone through the card and found some good value bets involving their matches that we’re going to bring you in our latest Table Tennis betting picks.
- Denis Hofman, Milan Klement, and Jiri Hyrsl all look to have winnable matches at good value odds on Friday
- Hofman’s match is first at 3.30pm, with Klement playing at 4.30pm, and Jiri Hyrsl at 6pm ET. These are all approximate times as earlier matches could overrun
- Along with the Russian Pro League, the Czech Liga Pro is the most popular Table Tennis league in the world
Betting on the Czech Liga Pro
The Czech Liga Pro is a continuous event with matches taking place throughout the day and night. The matches are continuous, and this can make finding good picks difficult, as there is just so much action to choose from.
Groups of three or four players usually play each other in round robin format that counts towards their final points tally. These players usually play their matches within a two to three hour period, with numerous groups playing throughout the day and night. This keeps the competition going, leading to numerous betting opportunities.
Popular betting lines on Table Tennis include the three usual markets that are used for the main USA sports. The three markets are the moneyline, handicap spread, and the totals market (based on the total amount of games played within the match).
All the best online sportsbooks should cover these markets, giving plenty of variety for betting on Table Tennis. If you’re interested in betting on Table Tennis on your mobile, then you must check out our best sports betting apps page. Here you will find information on all the best betting apps that are ideal for betting on Table Tennis.
Now, onto our latest table tennis betting picks. Below we have picked out a selection of matches that we are focusing on for today’s selections.
|Today's Czech Liga Pro Fixtures|
|Denis Hofman||-115||-115||Martin Huk|
|Milan Klement||-163||+120||Duy Tiep Vu|
|Jiri Hyrsl||-115||+115||Miroslav Barta|
Denis Hofman -115 vs Martin Huk -115
Denis Hofman against Martin Huk is the first match we are looking at for today’s fixtures. Hofman has won seven of his last 12 fixtures across the past couple of weeks. In his most recent visit to the arena he won two and lost two last Monday. The wins came over Jiri Louda (3-0) and Jiri Ruzicka (3-1). The defeats both came to the same player, Rostyslav Kliuchuk (both 3-1).
As for Martin Huk, well he had a torrid time playing two four game sessions on Wednesday. In total Huk lost five of the eight matches he played. Although that might not tell the whole story. In his first session he lost four from four. So in fairness to Huk, he did well to come back later in the day and win three from his second set of four.
It may be a tough call on Huk, but we feel that Denis Hofman looks the more likely winner here.
Duy Tiep Vu -163 vs Milan Klement +120
Duy Tiep Vu lost four from four here on Tuesday, winning just three sets in these four matches. The losses came after a good run at the back end of April that saw him winning six from eight matches.
Included in that run of wins was a 3-2 win over today’s opponent, Milan Klement. The match saw Klement take the opening set 12-10. But then Tiep Vu fought back, winning the next two sets 11-8 and 11-6. In a back and forth match up, Klement took the fourth set 11-8, before Tiep Vu took the match by winning the final set 11-9.
Milan Klement’s three scheduled matches on Tuesday were canceled, meaning he hasn’t played since April 30th. Back then he won three of his five fixtures in what was a long winded overnight session.
The three wins were over Martin Sobisek (twice 3-0 and 3-1), and Vladislav Hampejs (3-2). The defeat came at the hands of Jan Sucharda (3-2).
We think Milan Klement looks the value betting pick here.
Jiri Hyrsl -115 vs Miroslav Barta -115
The final match we’re looking at is a late night affair between Jiri Hyrsl and Miroslav Barta. The last time these two guys met resulted in a 3-0 whitewash for Hyrsl. It’s fair to say that Hyrsl was pushed all the way as the three sets score was 11-8, 11-9, and 11-8. So it wasn’t a completely one-sided match.
Barta hasn’t been in the greatest of form recently though. He played four times on Thursday, losing three and winning one. The three defeats were against Matej Varcl (3-2), Tibor Kolenic (3-1), and Petr Picek (3-2). The one win came in his return match against Varcl, which Barta won 3-2 (and in that match he had to come from two sets to nil down).
This is the opening match of a late night round of matches for both players. The form makes it hard to pick a winner. But we feel that Jiri Hyrsl has the edge over Barta thanks to their last matchup, and we’re making him our pick to win.