Recently here at Stake.com, we acquired a lucrative sponsorship with international table tennis tournament, the TT Cup!
As part of the sponsorship, we will have on-court branding that you’ll see in the livestreams of every game! More info on our sponsorship can be found here.
We have also managed to secure the streaming services of the TT Cup, meaning you can watch the games and bet on them at the same time!
You won’t even have to switch tabs!
Understandably, the TT Cup has been on a hiatus due to the ongoing worldwide crisis. But it’s now back and bigger than ever.
When the Moscow Liga Pro Table Tennis rose to prominence, we gave you some pointers on who to look out for when it came to betting.
Now, we’re going to do it all again. This time, for the return of the TT Cup!
Without further ado, here are five players you need to be on the lookout for when it comes to betting on the TT Cup!
1. Serhii Sklifos
Sklifos’ record prior to the postponement of the tournament a month ago wasn’t anything to write home about. However, he is undoubtedly a force to be reckoned with in the TT Cup. He will get much more game time in the coming weeks, meaning he can really get into his rhythm. He’s also picked up some wins along the way, which will help his confidence. Someone who is sure to be a favourite amongst players.
2. Vadim Gerashenko
Gerashenko may be one of the older players in the field, but don’t underestimate him. His record prior to the break was exceptional at 10-6. It doesn’t sound exceptional, but considering the amount of games these guys play, it’s very impressive. As the TT Cup goes on, expect Gerashenko to only get better. He is a very reliable betting option and you’d be brave to punt against him.
3. Mykola Treshchetka
As you can tell by the statistics above, Treshchetka has a lot of games under his belt already in 2020. Even with the break, he has established himself as yet another player to not be messed with. His experience throughout the year will hold him in good stead as more games are played. Perhaps not the best option available, but certainly someone you can get behind if it’s a coin flip.
4. Alexey Gamyanin
A player very much on the younger side when compared to some of his opponents, Gamyanin will hope that gives him an edge. A strong player with plenty of scope to grow into an even stronger player, Gamyanin will be tough to beat in this TT Cup. His matches have a tendency to go the distance (five sets if you didn’t know what that meant), so bare that in mind before you bet.
5. Anton Bobrov
Another player on the younger side, Bobrov hasn’t has as much exposure in the TT Cup thus far. However, again in similarity to Gamyanin, he will hope his youth can help him get back on the scene. He recently claimed a victory over Sklifos in four sets, so that shows just how good he can be when he’s firing. But when he;s not, it’s a different story. Proceed with caution, but never write him off.
You can find more information on the TT Cup on their official website here.