Tennis Trading Tips Stats 14th January 2014 – Australian Open day 2

STATSAll profits are calculated for a Back/Lay Liability Stake of 10 units!

AUSTRALIAN OPEN DAY 2: +11 units

1. Cornet v Hercog: EARLY RETIREMENT

2. Suarez Navarro v King: Unsuccessful: -4 units

3. Voskoboeva v Begu: Successful: +2.1 units

4. Giorgi v Sanders: Successful: Giorgi was by far the better player: +2.3 units

5. Kanepi v Muguruza: Successful: +1.4 units

6. Jovanovski v Cepelova: Successful: Delaying and trading would have given some easy money here!
: +2.9 units

7. Kohlschreiber v Bedene: CANCELLED

8. Przysiezny v Zeballos: Unsuccessful: -4 units

9. Klizan v Isner: Successful: Successful even though there was a retirement. Klizan was far better than Isner for the first 2 sets as I predicted: +9.7 units

10. Stepanek v Kavcic: Successful:  Successful Рthe odds definitely went in our favour before retirement: +2.5 units

11. Haase v Young: Successful: Another retirement here, but odds definitely hit our target!: +2.1 units

12. Kokkinakis v Sijsling: Unsuccessful: A very strange match this one! : -4 units

Overall: 10 of 12 matches considered for stats: 7/10 Successful = 70% : +11 unit profits!

Another decent day. Highlight of the day for us has to be John Isner falling to Klizan!

Full 2014 Stats click here.

2 Comments

  • Stuart Anders Posted January 15, 2014 10:53 am

    Hi, good work on the predictions however I’m not sure how you get +9.7 pts profit from the Klizan – Isner match.

    The tip was lay Isner at 1.17 and back at 1.4.

    i.e. lay 10 @ 1.17, back 8.3 @ 1.41 = guaranteed 1.7 units profit.

    • Patrick Ross Posted January 15, 2014 7:04 pm

      Hi Stuart

      Thanks!! The stats are calculated for a Lay Stake which has a Liability of 10 units not actual 10 units
      In the Isner match, if you are laying for a liability of 10, your lay stake is actually around 60 units.
      ==> Laid [email protected] for 59 units, Profit if win: 59, Loss = – 10.03 units(LIABILITY)

      Backed Isner @1.4 for 49.3 units, If Loss, – 49.3 units, Profit = 19.72 units

      Guaranteed Profit = 59 – 49.3 or 19.72 – 10.03 = Approximately 9.7 units Profit

      Either way, your risk is maximum 10 units here..

      Regards
      Patrick

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