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  • What is MyPlaydoit?

    MyPlayDoIt is a popular web site built to change the gambling experience. The players will be play, buy, sharing information,  has a conversation with PlayDoIT players and more activities that you cannot imagine! Our goal is only you enjoy and be part to PlayDoIt.

    At PlayDoIt we consider wagering should be a social experience to be distributed to buddies.

    MyPlayDoit is the best platform that allows if you like to share bets and tips with your news friend. Even if you dont have experience with betting, MyPlayDoIt will help you if you follow the best players, and the chances of winning will be enhanced.   

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    In MyPlaydoit you can tag  all friends that you want. In  the option edit you can tag yours friends.

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    Yes, you can do it,  you can select the option “private” and nobody could see your photos, comments or videos. If someone with a private profile mentions someone who isn't one of their approved followers on a photo or video, the person mentioned will be able to see part of the comment in the You section ofActivity. They may get a push notification (if their notification settings are turned on), but won't be able to navigate through to the private photo or video.


  • How can I see my followers?

    You will find two buttoms for see your followers. The first one is on the left side (the statics buttoms). The second one is next to your image profile, just clicking and you will see yours followers. 

  • If I accidentally approved a follower, How do I get them to unfollow me?

    You can block someone to get them to stop following you. People aren't notified when you block them. 

  • How can I share my photo or information to another social network?

    When you finished to up some photo or video, there will see the options share to other networks like  Facebook, google +, twitter, etc.If someone with a private profile shares a photo or video to a social network using MyPlaydoit, the image will be visible on that network and the permalink will be active. In other words, the photo will be publicly accessible by anyone who has access to its direct link/URL

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Posted on : 31 August 2016

NEW YORK, NY, USA - Six-time US Open champion Serena Williams leads the top half of the draw into action on Day Two at Flushing Meadows. Chris Oddo previews the action right here at


Tuesday, First Round


[1] Serena Williams (USA #1) vs. Ekaterina Makarova (RUS #29)

Head-to-head: Williams leads, 4-1

Key Stat: Williams has to reach the semifinals in New York in order to have a chance at retaining the No.1 ranking.


Serena Williams holds a remarkable 63-1 record in the first round of majors but on Tuesday she'll be facing a player that she'd surely rather see later in the draw - if at all. In fact, the last time Williams and Ekaterina Makarova squared off it was in the semifinals of the 2014 US Open in a match that Williams won easily en route to her sixth career US Open title. Williams was dominant in that tilt, as she has been so often in a Grand Slam career that has netted her 304 wins, but her current injury status has many wondering if she can be her old dominant self in New York this year. That's the burning question ahead of this highly anticipated tussle, and we won't have our answer until Williams and Makarova duke it out to open Tuesday's night session on Arthur Ashe Stadium. What we do know is that Makarova owns a win against Williams on the Grand Slam stage. The Russian defeated Williams at the 2012 Australian Open and though she's lost the last three matches and last six sets to Williams, that victory could come in handy when it comes to Makarova's belief. As for Williams, belief won't be the issue. For the legendary American it will be more about getting off to a quick start and proving that she's fit enough to go on another magical run in New York.


Pick: Williams in three


[16] Samantha Stosur (AUS #17) vs. Camila Giorgi (ITA #67)

Head-to-head: First meeting

Key Stat: 2011 US Open champion Stosur has made the second week in New York four times, including last season.


A former champion will meet up with a dangerous floater on Tuesday when Aussie Sam Stosur and Italy's Camila Giorgi lock horns for the first time on Day 2. Giorgi can be wildly inconsistent and tends to play a somewhat one-dimensional game, but the 24-year-old can be lethal on a hardcourt if she is in the zone. She reached the round of 16 at the US Open in 2013 when she won a memorable night match against Caroline Wozniacki, and the victory proved that Giorgi has what it takes to succeed beneath the bright lights of New York. Stosur will look to serve big and hope to force a lot of Giorgi errors by using her world-class topspin to move the ball above the Italian's strike zone. It's the veteran Aussie's match to lose and if she remains focused, keeps Giorgi on the run and off balance, Stosur should be able to lock down the win.



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