Moscow Liga Pro Table Tennis Odds & Pick: Alexander Frolov vs. Vadim Krokhin
YURI KADOBNOV/AFP via Getty Images. Pictured: Scenes from a match at the 2010 World Team Table Tennis Championships in 2010. AFP PHOTO / YURI KADOBNO (Photo
The liga that never sleeps continues in full force on Tuesday. New to the party? Well, in case you haven’t heard, Moscow Liga Pro Table Tennis is doing its best to fill the sports-shaped hole in your heart.
There are dozens of matches every day ranging across a 20-hour slate (20 hours!!!). In America, we play ping pong, in Russia, ping pong plays you!
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Alexander Frolov vs. Vadim Krokhin
- Frolov: -220
- Krokhin: +165
- 4 p.m. ET
Like I said, most of these players are playing quite a bit. Alexander Frolov, on the other hand, hasn’t played in a whopping six days! Must’ve been busy playing hockey or something.
His first match back from the hiatus is at 4 p.m. ET against Vadim Krokhin. Vadim is in a groove, folks. He’s won five straight and eight of his past 10 games.
Meanwhile, Frolov has nearly a week’s worth of rust to shake off. When he last played, he wasn’t anything special, going 4-12 on April 21 and 22.
These two played twice against each other a month ago, with Frolov taking both matches. As a result, Frolov is the hefty -220 favorite.
However, I am not buying the head-to-head stats in this one, as the sample size is way too small. Give me the hot hand against the rusty hand.