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Tip Summary: 55.56% (5/9) in last 3 months | 47.46% (28/59) in last year | 47.55% (737/1550) all time

Earnings Summary: -$1,330.53 in last 3 months | +$4,262.32 in last year | +$8,481.22 all time

ROI Summary: -16.6% in last 3 months ($8,001.00 turnover) | +8.1% in last year ($52,382.00 turnover) | +2.6% all time ($326,541.00 turnover)

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  • Roger Federer (SUI) d. Alexander Zverev (GER) 6-1 6-3
    at Halle ATP (GER)
    Grass, Final
    46 (13610) Aces -$1,331 ROI:-16.6% 56% 
    Jun 25 2017 07:34:11
    I just came online to do a short write up on the final between Federer and Zverev. I was expecting to see the majority of the TI members going with Fed. I certainly was wrong to this point. I am not overly confident about the winner of this match but I will disclose that I wagered on Zverev to win Wimbledon. He certainly is listed as at a hefty price 23.0 EU or +2200 US. I have been watching each and every match that Zverev has played this year. Not only is Zverev an amazing talent but he has such a mature head on his shoulders. Zverev has the mindset and the game to become the first player in his age group to capture a slam. Zverev never quits when the match gets tough and his opponent br eaks his serve. Zverev finds a way to comeback and win the match. As I said, I am not sure who wins this tune-up for Wimbledon but I expect to see Alexander Zverev in the final match at Wimbledon with the trophy held high in the sky to this future mega-champion. This match is one of those where I will wait for an opportunity to grab the player who loses the the first set and julmp on him to win the match. As a side note, I expect Federer to get taken out fairly early at Wimbledon this year.
  • Gilles Muller (LUX) d. Ivo Karlovic (CRO) 7-6(5) 7-6(4)
    at s-Hertogenbosch ATP (NED)
    Grass, Final
    46 (13610) Aces -$1,331 ROI:-16.6% 56% 
    Jun 18 2017 11:57:57
    Unless Muller has some type of a complete meltdown, I do not see Ivo winning today. Normally one can anticipate a three set match with these two players, but I envision a straight set match today with Mueller winning.
  • Mischa Zverev (GER) d. Tommy Haas (GER) 6-4 6-4
    at Stuttgart ATP (GER)
    Grass, Quarter Final
    46 (13610) Aces -$1,331 ROI:-16.6% 56% 
    Jun 16 2017 09:08:07
    Normally when a huge underdog scores a win over the top seed and a legend as well (Federer), the player usually plays a pathetic match against his next opponent. I do not see this happening with Haas who is a seasoned Veteran and desperately needed that victory as a confidence builder for the rest of the tournament and season as well. Prior to that major upset, Haas was losing since the beginning of his latest comeback beginning in January 2017 to the likes of Janowcz, Paire, Basilashvili, Vesely, Sock, Berdych, Struff, Mueller, Raonic and Herbert. I will give Haas a pass for losing to Jack Sock and Milos Raonic but when Haas was in form, he would have destroyed those two players.
    I believe that that this upset of Federer will carrying Haas into the finals of Stuttgart. With that said, Tommy should have a grand time in a few short hours when he takes the court and battles Mischa Zverev. If Haas was playing Alexander Zverev, that would be another story but he is not so my advice is to lick your chops and load up with some real scratch on Haas. Sit back and enjoy the onslaught that the German is about to put on Zevrev, as it will not be pretty for Zev,
  • Simona Halep (ROU) d. Karolina Pliskova (CZE) 6-4 3-6 6-3
    at French Open WTA Slam (FRA)
    Clay, Semi Final
    46 (13610) Aces -$1,331 ROI:-16.6% 56% 
    Jun 8 2017 04:13:08
    The clay will be such a huge edge for Halep. I expect to see a relatively fast match with not more than 80 minutes on the court and a straight sets win for Halep. Simona wiill not struggle like she did in her last match. This will be a no mercy win for Halep so that she will have plenty of time to rest up for the final.
  • Jelena Ostapenko (LAT) d. Timea Bacsinszky (SUI) 7-6(4) 3-6 6-3
    at French Open WTA Slam (FRA)
    Clay, Semi Final
    46 (13610) Aces -$1,331 ROI:-16.6% 56% 
    Jun 8 2017 04:01:23
    Timea has one of the toughest mental fortitude or mental mettle on the tour. She is definitely a battler and is in tip top peaking form. I envision Halep and Timea in the final. Although this will be the first time they play, Timea will be too powerful and too consistent for Jelena. The line is an early Christmas gift. This would be my BOD had I not have used it on Rafa.
  • Rafael Nadal (ESP) d. Dominic Thiem (AUT) 6-3 6-4 6-0
    at French Open ATP Slam (FRA)
    Clay, Semi Final
    46 (13610) Aces -$1,331 ROI:-16.6% 56% 
    Jun 8 2017 00:44:12
    Thiem will be a top 3 player soon but Rafa wins another F.O. Slam. Most likely his last too. The youngsters are breathing down the top 5 player's necks. I should go with Thiem as he made me a hefty profit with his destruction of Djokovic but Rafa is playing his game on his tournament and his courts. Rafa in 5.
  • Caroline Garcia (FRA) d. Alize Cornet (FRA) 6-2 6-4
    at French Open WTA Slam (FRA)
    Clay, Round of 16
    46 (13610) Aces -$1,331 ROI:-16.6% 56% 
    Jun 5 2017 14:31:17
    I am surprised that Cornet is favored. It must be that she is French. In 2010, Garcia handled her on the clay in an ITF tourney in Marseille. Garcia was ranked 412 and was in her first year playing professional tennis. Her stats on TI indicate to me that Garcia is playing better tennis currently. There is no doubt that Cornet is a fighter but then so id Garcia.
  • Andy Murray (GBR) d. Martin Klizan (SVK) 6-7(3) 6-2 6-2 7-6(3)
    at French Open ATP Slam (FRA)
    Clay, Round of 64
    46 (13610) Aces -$1,331 ROI:-16.6% 56% 
    Jun 1 2017 06:16:20
    The price on Klizan is way too high not to take a shot. Considering that Murray is not playing his best tennis, I just cannot let this match go by without taking a shot at a big payout or perhaps switching over to Murray if he is down two sets. Let's see what happens.
  • Hyeon Chung (KOR) d. Sam Querrey (USA) 6-4 3-6 6-3 6-3
    at French Open ATP Slam (FRA)
    Clay, Round of 128
    46 (13610) Aces -$1,331 ROI:-16.6% 56% 
    May 30 2017 10:55:35
    Not sure why the majority of the TI members are going with Querrey in this match. I envision Chung playing a much more consistent match than Querrey and winning in four sets. Querrey is coming into this match after peaking with his game. That is a recipe for disaster.
    SORRY BUT YOUR TIP WAS MADE AFTER THE MATCH HAD STARTED.
  • Taro Daniel (JPN) d. Jerzy Janowicz (POL) 6-4 6-4 6-4
    at French Open ATP Slam (FRA)
    Clay, Round of 128
    46 (13610) Aces -$1,331 ROI:-16.6% 56% 
    May 28 2017 11:52:10
    This match as not started but TI says no more tips so I will write it up without placing any TI cashola on it. Just real quickly, I think that the H2H will dictate the winner of this match. Jersy seems to lift his game during the Slams and here we are in the first match of a slam. It is not too late for me to place some real green backs on this match and I intend to do so on Janowicz. Going big with the tall Polish player who frequently seems to not have his thinking cap on during his matches. The guy has amazing talent but can throw away a match faster than Tony The Tiger bellows out, "It'ssssss Grrrrreat!" BOD for real.

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Ace Summary: Received 6576 in last year, 13610 all time - Given 91 in last year, 1854 all time

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