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Tennis Trading Tips Saturday 23rd March

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Saturday’s Tips:

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WTA:

1. Petkovic v Tomljanovic:

S: Back Petko @ 1.38, lay @ 1.2

2. Kvitova v Flipkens:

S: Back Kvitova @ 1.36, lay @ 1.2

3. V.Williams v Stephens:

S: Lay Venus @ 1.67, back @ 1.8

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4. Kohlschreiber v Goffin:

Lay Kohli @ 1.67, back @ 1.85

5. Lu v Youzhny:

Lay Lu @ 1.96, back @ 2.2

6. Isner v Dodig:

Lay Isner @ 1.68, back @ 1.85

7. Verdasco v Falla

Back Verdasco @ 1.92, lay @ 1.65

BACK HEAVY:

8. Oprandi v Cibulkova:

S: Lay Heavy on Cibu @ 1.35, back @ 1.55

9. Kubot v Querrey:

S: BH on Querrey @ 1.36, lay @ 1.2

10. Bellucci v Janowicz:

S: BH on Jano @ 1.52, lay @ 1.3

Good luck in all matches for today!

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3 Comments

  • Michal Posted March 23, 2013 11:46 pm

    I was trading only Back Heavy matches Janowicz and Cibulkova game could not be easier with breaks in first game!
    Shame about Querrey he got smoked in the first set.
    Patrick what size of liability do you recommend when backing these lower odds lik e in Querrey match?
    Is it good to have it lower than in other matches thus decreasing risk?

    Thank you!

    • Patrick Ross Posted March 24, 2013 9:58 am

      Hi Michal, have a look at my FAQ section https://tennis-trading-league.com/faq/ question 12 has info on stakes. I personally use around 10% no matter what the situation. When there’s lower odds but I feel confident about a situation or strategy, I’ll often increase my stake to boost profits. Obviously, decreasing risk is a major factor in the tips and it’s something you should always do. Money saved is money earned and all that! Decrease your liability in cases where you feel it’s 50/50, but otherwise stick to normal liability.
      Patrick.

  • Michal Posted March 24, 2013 11:46 am

    Yes sometimes I feel more confident, sometimes less so I will adjust.
    Patrick thanks for answer!

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