This week we start a new section on our website: Weekly Digest. We look into the most remarkable and most curious info from ATP tour for wise tipping. Last week was the week of the Monte Carlo Masters. What's worthy happened there?
Winner of the week: Rafael Nadal has claimed his 10th Monte-Carlo Masters. The Spaniard has appeared to be in great form and should be 100% ready for the upcoming Roland Garros.
Most valuable betting selection of the week: Albert Ramos-Vinolas turned out to be the most valuable selection on the betting market. The Spaniard has prevailed at 1.53 odds, 5.0, 2.75, 2.0. He has also closed out the match with the highest in-play odds. Being down three games to Murray in the third set and 15:40 on his serve, he managed to defeat the World No. 1.
Failures of the week: Jo-Wilfred Tsonga and Andy Murray weren’t up to the market expectations. The both were valued at 1,16 (heavy favorites) and lost.
Among other unexpected losses: Benoit Paire (priced at 1.25), Grigor Dimitrov (priced at 1.33), Novak Djokovic (1.22).
By the way, Grigor Dimitrov has lost 4 matches in a row. Mischa Zverev has also been unsuccessful in 4 recent matches having lost 7 out of 8 last affairs.
Marcel Granollers has recorded 6 losses in a row and 10 out of 12 recent battles.
Withdraw of the week: Adrian Mannarino was the only one who withdrew with the hip injury.
Returner’s dominance: On Day 3 of the Monte-Carlo Masters Diego Schwartzman took the best of Roberto Bautista Agut. What is notable about this match is that both of the players won more than half of the return points (61% of return points won by Schwartzman and 52% by Bautista Agut).
It has become the first match since 2004 when both of the opponents won more than half of the return points.
Area for improvement: After losing to Albert Ramos-Vinolas in the heartbreaking fashion, Andy Murray admitted he needs a better serve and will work on this aspect. The same is true about Lucas Pouille. The Frenchmale said he would also hone his service play.
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