No one thinks that them waking up at 9 am is evidence of God. No one thinks that a stone on the ground is evidence of God. No one thinks that going on a date with someone is evidence of God. No one thinks that opening your laptop at 8:32 PM is evidence of God.
Clearly though, the exact nature of those events are by themselves just as improbable as events that some do find meaningful such as praying to a God and winning some competition. And this is because, well, every event the more it is specified is improbable.
Thus, it can’t simply be the probabilities. In some way, you must establish that a God wanting to wake you up at 9 am has a higher likelihood of existence than a God who makes you win a competition after you pray to Him existing. But how can this be shown? If it can’t, why is one seen as virtually zero evidence for God?