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  • Favourite PlayersToo many to list, so Instead for your enjoyment i will list my three men and women from the previous month I enjoyed watching: Cilic, Chung, Nadal and Kerber, Georges, Wozniacki

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Tip Summary: 62.79% (27/43) in last 3 months | 62.79% (27/43) in last year | 62.79% (27/43) all time

Earnings Summary: +$71.51 in last 3 months | +$71.51 in last year | +$71.51 all time

ROI Summary: +27.5% in last 3 months ($260.00 turnover) | +27.5% in last year ($260.00 turnover) | +27.5% all time ($260.00 turnover)

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  • Tomas Berdych (CZE) d. Damir Dzumhur (BIH) 7-6(4) ret.
    at Marseille ATP (FRA)
    Indoor Hard, Quarter Final
    1696 (1696) Aces +$72 ROI:+27.5% 63% 
    Feb 23 2018 15:58:26
    Money Line: The last time these two played in 2016 Dzumhur was a 5 to 1 underdog and won the match in three sets. This time he is a 3 to 1 dog. I give Berdych a slight edge because of his pedigree and the fact that they are playing indoors. That being said, taking a chance ...
  • Elina Svitolina (UKR) d. Angelique Kerber (GER) 6-3 6-3
    at Dubai WTA Premier (UAE)
    Hard Court, Semi Final
    1696 (1696) Aces +$72 ROI:+27.5% 63% 
    Feb 23 2018 15:36:12
    The WTA's pitstop in the Middle East has produced some exciting tennis so far this season. This titanic match between the girl in the black shoes, Elina Svitolina, and the best German woman since Steffi Graf, Angelique Kerber, should deliver the type of high quality nail bitter that all tennis fans yearn for. Svitolina leads the head to head series between the two 6-5 winning the last four in a row including a 3-0 sweep in 2017. Svitolina kicked the door to the top 5 in the world down last season winning five events cementing herself among the best on the planet. While Kerber had a 2017 campaign that we all would like to forget, she has been one of the hottest players in the WTA in 2018. In five events this year she has made two finals, two semis, and a quarterfinal. Svitolina has already won an event in Brisbane this season and made a run the quarterfinals at the Australian Open. There won't be any backing down from either lady today. This is the type of match that tennis fans live for.

    Svitolina began her career strictly as a defensive player. Like all great players she seems add some new weapon or skill to her game every season. Last years meteoric rise into the top 5 came on the strength of Elina's willingness to be more aggressive on the forehand side. The ability to penetrate opponents' defenses with her forehand and backhand has allowed Svitolina to con...
  • Elina Svitolina (UKR) d. Naomi Osaka (JPN) 6-2 6-4
    at Dubai WTA Premier (UAE)
    Hard Court, Quarter Final
    1696 (1696) Aces +$72 ROI:+27.5% 63% 
    Feb 22 2018 15:06:00
    Just a little practice analysis. I wrote this before looking at the score...

    Money Line: This match...
  • Garbine Muguruza (ESP) d. Caroline Garcia (FRA) 7-5 6-2
    at Dubai WTA Premier (UAE)
    Hard Court, Quarter Final
    1696 (1696) Aces +$72 ROI:+27.5% 63% 
    Feb 22 2018 15:00:54
    Just getting in a little practice...I did not look at the score before posting this...

    Money Line: Garbine seems to be back in form at the moment. After a finals run last weak ended with a respectable loss to the scorching hot Petra Kvitova, Muguruz...
  • Angelique Kerber (GER) d. Karolina Pliskova (CZE) 6-4 6-3
    at Dubai WTA Premier (UAE)
    Hard Court, Quarter Final
    1696 (1696) Aces +$72 ROI:+27.5% 63% 
    Feb 22 2018 14:47:06
    Just getting in some practice analysis...I didn't look at the score before I wrote this...

    In a rematch of the 2016 U.S. Open final, Angelique Kerber and Karolina Pliskova compete for a win that could springboard them into the spring events at Indian Wells and Miami. Both women are in the beginnings of a new chapter of their career. After starting 2017 ranked #1 in the world, Angie Kerber had one of the most disappointing years of her career. She fired coach and good friend Torben Beltz, and picked up Wim Fissette, former coach of Kim Clijsters and Simona Halep. The move has brought life to Angie who has already knocked of multitude of top talent this season including: Venus Williams, Madison Keys, Caroline Wozniacki, and Jo Konta. Pliskova is also in the midst of a coaching change. Her shakeup came with much more controversy as she has been accused of stealing Tomas Krupa, former coach a Tomas Berdych, right from under her countrywoman Barbora Strycova's nose. Both new coaches will likely put a lot of value on this win today.

    One thing that we can see immediately from Kerber's coaching change is that she has beefed up her attacking. In 2017 she was accused of pushing too often. Her unwillingness to attack, especially on big points, was noted in an article on the HeavyTopspin blog by statist...

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Ace Summary: Received 1696 in last year, 1696 all time - Given 5 in last year, 5 all time

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