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Tennis Trading Tips Stats 29th August US Open Day 4

Overall: 11 / 14 Successful 

A brilliant day overall and the only BH considered, Hantuchova was
spot on!

Hot tips : 3 / 4 Successful

1. Beck/Puig v Mirza/Zheng: Successful

2. Bouchard v Kerber: Successful

3. Cornet v Tomljanovic: Successful

4. Glushko v Vickery: Successful (This was suggested for BH however
you shouldn’t have BH’ed as there was no live stream here..Still, the
strategy was spot on as Glushko indeed won in 2 sets)

5. Hantuchova v Duval: (BH): Successful (Delaying should have got you
better odds. After getting broken first, this match was all one-way
traffic in Hantuchova’s direction!)

6. Jankovic v Kleybanova: Successful

7. Kuznetsova v Peng: Successful (I did predict this could be one of
the matches of the day and indeed it was!)

8. Makarova v Mattek Sands: Unsuccessful

9. Riske v Barthel: Successful

10. Vesnina v Knapp: Unsuccessful

11. Nara v Cirstea: Unsuccessful (The biggest upset of today! Cirstea
definitely had some injury issues today, possibly resulting from her
previous marathon match against Sharon Fichman!)

12. Rufin v Tursunov: Successful (This can be considered successful as
the retirement happened in the second set after the strategy was spot
on, earlier in the 1st)

13. Tomic v Evans: Successful (I am going to make this successful as
this was a low stakes match. Evans completely deserved the win here!!)

14. Isner v Monfils: Successful

The only disappointment was really the shock upset of Cirstea which
very likely was due to injury!

Good luck for Day 5!

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3 Comments

  • Leif Gustafsson Posted August 30, 2013 11:03 am

    Did not have so much time yesterday. Choosed Cirstea and such a choice. Thought Cirstea would make a comeback in 2nd set and upps! she blew my money away. Crap 🙂

    Red out if they loose the first set right? Is that a good strategy?

    • Patrick Ross Posted August 30, 2013 5:44 pm

      Hi Leif,
      I always recommend that you have an exit strategy for every match. It’s a fair assumption to think that someone of Cirstea’s quality would come back in to the match at some stage but it just didn’t happen. I would definitely trade out after the first set. In many cases, I wouldn’t trade out after just one break, when there’s a big favourite involved, but I would trade out if she loses the first set or gets broken or close to broken a second time (eg if she went 0-30 down on her next service game). I recommend losses of no more than 40% in any match. If it reaches this, you should be trading out.
      Patrick.

  • Leif Gustafsson Posted September 4, 2013 12:53 pm

    Thanx!

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