The winter has come to the end and there are only two tournaments left before the European clay portion of the season starts. They are two Masters 1000: Indian-Wells and Miami Masters. This week brings us almost no tennis with only some Davis Cup matches taking place in the weekends. Of course, we’ll try to find something interesting there.
And now it’s high time to bottom line our own results of this winter and to summarize the players’ achievements.
January was highly beneficial for us. We’ve managed to increase our bank by 40% which is twice as large as the profit we monthly guarantee to our paying subscribers. The success is mainly attributable to our hard job in pre-season. As well as the professional players, we worked a lot to analyze all our bets, took some time to watch some doubtful matches and looked for some missing moments that had prevented us from being even more successful! And the results of this job didn’t take long to appear: the first Grand Slam event ended up with +18.9% to our subscribers’ bankroll.
In February we planned to rise beyond +500% to our initial betting bankroll. And we managed to reach the mark but failed to maintain on this level. Dispersion is to blame for it. The last winter week let us down a bit. Although we chose very reliable matches and made good tips on them, the outcomes turned out to be very unpleasant for us. The defeats of Haase and Granollers were very disappointing. The Dutch should have easily upset the worn out Haider-Maurer. But oddly enough, it didn’t happen. Instead, Dolgopolov beat the Austrian in the next round. Victoria Azarenka led Venus Williams 30:0 and 5:1 in the decider and only two points separated us from a good handicap win. But here as well bad luck took the cost and out bet won nothing. But such things are not that unrare in betting. So we take deep breath and move on.
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Now let’s take a look at the ATP men’s tour itself. Our own favorite of this winter is Tomas Berdych. Our service has written a lot of unpleasant things about the Czech. Now he deserves a better word. Tomas has made great use out of the December break. As a result, he managed to beat Rafael Nadal in Australia , offered very tough struggle to Novak in Dubai and defeat Gilles Simon in Rotterdam. Please note that the French has always been very uncomfortable opponent for the Czech. Certainly some troubles are still here. And a proof to this is the defeat by Ferrer in Doha where Tomas was evidently much stronger than the Spaniard. And then a crushing defeat from the Switzerland’s Stan Wawrinka in the Rotterdam final. No doubt, the Swiss showed very decent tennis but Tomas must have won that title. All in all, it will be very interesting to watch Berdych at the Masters events. As for us, we see him as one of the major favorites.
Federer, Djokovic and Wawrinka. So far the three have faced no failures to mention. All of them show the results we rightly expected from them, sometimes even exceeding our expectations. Stan has grabbed his maiden indoor title, Djokovic took his fifth Australian title, which was not that easy this year. Roger Federer, who had an early loss at the Australian championship, has captured two respectful titles in Brisbane and Dubai. Federer is rather inconsistent now, but his most important events are scheduled in summer. Now it’s too early to make any predictions at him.
Nadal and Murray have nothing to write home about. The both are underachieving their average level. But we keep it in mind that Rafa’s main start is Roland Garros. It will be the most significant and telling event for the Spaniard. The same tendency can be applied to Andy. He is used to have very poor start of any season. And Wimbledon is like a real watershed for the Scott. By this moment, Murray has recorded very solid performance at the Australian Open where he lost it the final encounter to Novak Djokovic and disastrous matches against Coric and Simon. What are the reasons for this? Some mental issues? Or Andyis still searching for his best style ever? A bit of everything, we believe.
As for the young talents, Nishikori, Raonic and Dimitrov, only the Japanese prodigy deserves our attention. He is the one resisting to the old tops. The rest are still asleep. And we have to give him his due. Shall he manage to maintain the same pace, he’ll soon appear at the very peak. Raonic is hiding in shadows, Dimitrov must be preparing for his wedding)) and is making up for time. And of course we can’t but mention the hard-working David Ferrer. While most of the players are practicing for the major starts, the Spaniard has earned 3! titles. Well done, David!
To sum up, the current situation in men’s tour can be called a renaissance. The same faces are seen all around: Djokovic (aged 27), Gasquet (aged 28), Wawrinka (aged 29), Simon (aged 30), Ferrer, Federer and Karlovic. The latter three are already in their thirties! Only Nishikori doesn’t fit this leading group. Young guns, where are you? But frankly speaking, it would be very challenging for the youth to make their voices heard in men’s tour. It’s more probable that any of the old and forgotten will surprisingly shock us, than the junior stars will come off victorious. And it’s very logical. Usually one needs 3-5 tennis seasons to rise from the top 50.
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