Table Tennis Predictions and Betting Tips for Wednesday, November 4, 2020
The world will mostly be watching the USA and the 2020 Presidential Election on Wednesday, but some people are also going to play tennis table as well. They are the focus of this post that explores the tournaments scheduled for November 4.
In the end, I also share my predictions and best table tennis betting picks for today. My recommended wagers are based on the latest odds and my analysis of the players. If you have other ideas, feel free to suggest them in the comments below.
Today’s Table Tennis Matches
Let’s begin by checking what table tennis tournaments will be played today.
Moscow Liga Pro, Russia
First in line is the Russian Liga Pro. The competition takes place in Moscow and features plenty of mini-tournaments across the whole day. Here are some of the more interesting matches.
- Oleg Pronin vs. Vladislav Rachkov
- Aik Lulikyan vs. Filipp Eroshov
- Roman Homenko vs. Maxim Pronkin
Setka Cup, Ukraine
Another tournament that will deliver plenty of action on Wednesday is the Ukrainian Setka Cup. There are plenty of fixtures both in the men’s and women’s divisions, including the following.
- Armen Artonyan vs. Vitalii Levytskyi
- Timur Voitekhov vs. Denys Matvieiev
- Bohdan Buberenko vs. Oleksandr Ivchuk
- Valeriia Stepanovska vs. Anastasiia Mydvetska
TT Cup, Ukraine
The TT Cup is the other active league in Ukraine and it features over 30 matches on November 4. Let’s take a look at some of them.
- Andrii Shcherinskyi vs. Serhii Rutskyi
- Nikita Zinov vs. Mykola Uchen
- Mykhailo Oprysk vs. Roman Vakarash
TT Star Series, Czech Republic
There’s also the TT Star Series in the Czech Republic that includes a limited number of matches today, including the following.
- Jiri Martinko vs. Joseph Core
- Andriy Sitak vs. Tomas Martinko
- Michal Bankosz vs. Patrik Klos
Betting Picks and Predictions for November 4
It’s time to move on to my table tennis predictions and betting picks for today. I’ve used the odds of the top table tennis betting sites for the recommended wagers below.
- Oleksandr Leonenko vs. Andrii Kurtenko over 75; -120
- Vitalii Levytskyi to beat Adam Krasutskyi; -120
- Armen Antonyan to beat Yurii Volkov; -120
First in line is the clash between Oleksandr Leonenko and Andrii Kurtenko. They have identical ratings and have been strong recently. It should be a close encounter that could easily go to five sets, so getting -120 for over 75 points looks like one of the best bets today.
You can get the same odds for Vitali Levytskyi to beat Adam Krasutskyi and I’m not sure why. The former has a higher rating and is the better player overall by a wide margin. Sure, Krasutskyi was strong in his latest showing, but he’s not on the same level as his opponent.
I see the same disparity in the clash between Yyrii Volkov and Armen Artonyan. The latter has a way higher rating and has been excellent in the past two weeks, so -120 for him to win is just too good to skip.