To start with, we congratulate Roger Federer on his 1000th ATP Wprld Tour victory! Anyway, the Swiss would mark this landmark, if not in Brisbane, than in Melbourne, for sure. With his victory over Milos Raonic Federer became only the third player in the modern era to achieve 1000 wins after Ivan Lendl (1071 wins) and Jimmy Connors (1253). We now have reason to expect that the Swiss will overtake Lendl (if Federer hasn't given up tennis yet, why not take the second winning record).
As for the tournament in Brisbane itself, the men’s draw has conventionally witnessed the second team with the favorites being Roger Federer, Kei Nishikori, Grigor Dimitrov and Milos Raonic. All the four has reached the SF to decide who the best among them is. Tennis quality in Brisbane was far from being perfect. The only player who has pleasantly surprised us is Samuel Groth with managed to add very solid baseline tools to his crashing serve and high-quality net play. Speaking about the three young stars (Nishikori, Dimitrov and Raonic), all of them have to work it out a lot to compete for the first Grand Slam title in Australia.
In Doha David Ferrer has secured the triumph by defeating Tomas Berdych in straight sets. The old guard doesn’t give up! The tennis shown in Doha was amazing! Simone Bolelli, Richard Gasquet, Michael Berrer, ivo Karlovic, Tomas Berdych and Novak Djokovic. All of them appeared to be in excellent form and performed very well! Oddly enough, the final trophy was lifted by the Spaniard who actually wasn’t much better than the rest of the contenders. But by accident he got a very lucky draw at this tournament. And in the final encounter Ferrer became the first player to break the Czech in Doha. But we keep it in mind that Tomas is now able of putting under pressure any of his future opponents.
The Chennai Open 2015 didn’t host the elite of the modern tennis, but those who played it, did it very well! David Goffin looked like he didn’t leave the court and had no rest at all: his footwork, shots, serve and return were reliable. Roberto Bautista Agut has evidently worked on his tennis as well during the winter break. His play has become more aggressive. Maybe his attacks are not so frightening now, but the first step in this direction has been made. And remember that the Spaniard is already aged 26! Aljaz Bedene from Slovenia is a phenomenon in the world of tennis! For three years in a row he has been showing magic tennis on hard in Chennai and nowhere else! It seems like he derives strength from the Indian land! And of course, we can’t but mention the Swiss No.2 who successfully defended the title. It’s clear that Stan is preparing to defend his Australian Open title as well.
As for the WTA events, there were no big sensations with the titles won by well-known favorites. Sharapova has taken ATP Brisbane, Venus Williams beat Caroline Wozniacki in the final of the Auckland Classic. The Romania’s tennis star Simona Halep celebrated the victory in Shenzhen. It’s worth noting, that the girls have well distributed the events to play: Sharapova and Ivanovic struggled in Brisbane, Halep and Kvitova chose Shenzhen, Williams and Radwanska drew a card of the Hopman Cup. See what the unanimity can do!
Our statistics: Our service has published 4 predictions and all of them were successful: twice we rightly selected Samuel Groth, then Wawrinka and Klizhan.
Week’s result: +17,6% to the bankroll (each time we bet 5% of our bankroll). So we’ve also started this season and are continue are active preparation for the Australian Open Championship.
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Madrid Open R1 Preview and Prediction: Borna Сoriс v Pablo Carreno Busta.
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