Now it’s an off-season in tennis, so let’s do some analysis. First we want you to recall the most illogical and absurd defeats of the gone portion of this season. And these losses prove it again how delicate and sophisticated sports betting tips are.
Federer – Hewitt (Brisbane) 1:2 (1:6, 6:4, 3:6)
Considering the end of the season 2013, Federer seemed to have gained his good form. He managed to progress from not an easy group to the London final and came to Brisbane as an outright favorite. So only the laziest human beings didn’t talk about the repetition of grand finals of the past with the Swiss and Hewitt in the final. Everyone expected Roger to win without any hesitation, but contrary to all expectations, Hewitt beat Federer and came off victorious. Previously the both met for 22 times and this victory was just the 5th one held by the Australian. What surprises more, is the fact that Roger has some psychological troubles when playing against young opponents. They have a clear idea that Roger Federer is a grand slam champion. But they also know that Roger is not a Swiss watch any more – he may be left behind. Lleyton Hewitt knows Federer techniques firsthand. So he found a way to beat the 17-time grand slam champion both physically and mentally. Well done, Lleyton! So to date the last word in the Federer-Hewitt rivalry rests with the Australian player. But still. Taking into account Roger’s current form it’s very unlikely that Hewitt would be able to obtain victory over the Swiss again soon.
Almagro – Nadal (Barcelona) 2:1 (2:6, 7:6, 6:4)
Having lost to David Ferrer in Monte-Carlo, Nadal came to Barcelona where he keeps a record of 8 victories! And what do we see? The matador is beaten by Nicolas Almagro. It came as a shocking surprise even despite the inconsistent tennis showed by Rafa. But we need to pay respect to Nicolas: it would be very difficult to make a repetition of such a match. He hit the target all the time. I don’t believe that he would ever manage to make such strikes again. Don’t forget that Nicolas is not in his best form now. But in that match it seemed like someone from the skies had decided to lend a helping hand to Nicolas. It was a game between the predator and the victim. And the victim was Nadal. And as soon as Nicolas injured him, he felt the blood and his tennis level increased significantly.
But by now Nadal has definitely overcome the decline and is looking forward to the revenge. And as soon as they meet again Almagro will be a victim. No doubt.
Klizan – Fognini (Munich) 2:1 (2:6, 6:1, 6:2)
This match was a triumph of absurd. I would call it a monument to Fognini. How dared he lose to the worn out Klizhan who even wanted to withdraw due to the poor health condition? Troublesome semifinal, exhaustion and to make things worse Klizhan got poisoned so he suffered from a severe stomachache. And evidently Fognini did the best he could to distribute the forces reasonably. So be it even Sara Errani, not Klizhan, she would have easily taken advantage over the Italian and won the tournament. So now you know that there is such an interesting guy playing tennis in men’s tour. Master of the racquet, so to say. Fabio Fognini. Remember this name. He is a very strange player who proved it one more time that he is able to lose to anyone. He is a person of mood hardly able to control his emotions. And these emotions tend to influence his game immensely.
Gulbis – Berdych (Roland Garros) 3:0 (6:3, 6:2, 6:4)
We couldn’t but mention our favorite “percy boy” – Tomas Berdych. The Czech simply fell apart after Ernest Gulbis hit some balls down the line. Wow! Have you ever seen it before in tennis? Balls can hit the line! It’s magic, no? Of course, we are joking. It’s natural for tennis. It happened thousands of times before and will happen long after this match. But Tomas fizzled out. He just lost the match which was meant to be won by him. He was really much stronger that the player from Latvia. But his emotions took a toll. Sad, very sad.
Murray – Dimitrov (Wimbledon) 0:3 (1:6, 6:7, 2:6)
One of the recent matches, by the way. We included it in the list not because we bet on it and lost it, but rather because it had a very unpredictable outcome. Andy Murray showing very decent tennis tanked a match completely. It was awful. Keep it in mind: Andy is not just a professional player he is currently one of the top males in the world. And one of the strongest grass players. Unimaginable.
Yes, Dimitrov played well, but Murray showed demonstratively poor match. Even his swore enemies didn’t dare dream about it. But whether wish you it or not, the match was lost in one breath. Who can explain how can one and the same human who yesterday played like God today be on the level of top 250? Maybe Andy can, but personally I doubt it…
To date, out of the top four only Djokovic can boast of smooth and reliable results. Yes, it was a tough period for him when he lost to Wawrinka in Australia and then twice to Federer in Dubai and Monte-Carlo. But we can’t bring ourselves to tell that those losses were absolutely unpredictable. So now we are waiting for the moment when we would add Novac Djokovic to this list as well.
And in conclusion Nadal is crying over these losses.
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