The curtain fell on the 2015 Australian Open championship concluding the first Grand Slam month. Throughout this tight month our Dotennis service has published 14 predictions with 10 of them turning out to be the winners. As a result, in January we increased our bankroll by 40%. So if you had joined us and bet 100$ each time, you would have made a profit of 800$. Impressing, right?
Fortunately, the tennis season doesn’t end with the Australian Open championship. Next week many top players will gather in Montpellier, Quito and Zagreb. Women’s national teams will compete at the Fed Cup by BNP Paribas. It means that there will be lots of matches and lots of interesting predictions. Excellent moment to get a subscription to our tips and predictions. May we remind that we are among the few tipsters who verify their tips: http://dotennis.blogabet.com/
As for the Australian Open itself, we want to congratulate the record-breaking champions Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams on their titles. We also want to introduce some non-official nominations. The best player of the Australian Open. No doubt about it. Novak Djokovic. And we’re very glad that tennis is still of great importance for Novak, despite his new legal status. The Serb has showed really gorgeous and memorable tennis. And if it was widely talked before that the most variable player of the Open Era is Roger Federer, now Djokovic has assuaged all concerns and carried away the garland. The Serb easily adjusts to his opponent which gives his play additional efficiency. In his match against Milos Raonic the Serb primarily concentrated on his own service play and took less risk to avoid unnecessary mistakes. As a result, the Canadian had no break points to convert within the whole encounter! When facing off Stan Wawrinka, Djokovic played very sharp and dangerous tennis and, of course, committed more errors. As for the final clash, Novak Djokovic took great care of the mental confrontation and applied enormous pressure on Andy. Well done, Djoker!
The elder of the Williams sisters has left very positive impression. Suddenly she found ways to generate very solid endurance which had never been her typical feature. Venus contributed much more to her sister’s victory than Serena herself. Let us remind you that Venus has denied Radwanska and tormented Madison Keys.
Taking a look back over the most interesting matchups, we'd like to single out the following matchups: Andreas Seppi v Roger Federer. In terms of tension and tennis quality this match excelled the final encounter. Another remarkable match was Marcos Baghdatis - Grigor Dimitrov and Gilles Simon – David Ferrer. The latter was a real masterpiece. We bet on it and we watched it breathless. As for the women, we’d like to point out Azarenko-Cibulkova match. The short Slovakian player showed extra class tennis at the beginning of the season again. The match between Halep and Wickmayer was not without curios rallies. Williams-Radwanska matchup was worth watching too.
And in the very end we’d like to notice that Djokovic, Federer, Nadal and Murray are all back to the top 4. The Big Four is here again. Watch out, young guns!
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IMHO Federer will win like 6:2 6:4 or so.
dotennis14 Mar 19:11
Probably. But Johnson's service is good, so Roger will rarely make more than one break in a set.