nayansharma

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  • Member SinceMay 3, 2012
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  • Favourite PlayersRafael Nadal, Maria Sharapova, Roger Federer

User Earnings (Quarter)

User Aces (Quarter)

Tip Summary: 66.67% (2/3) in last 3 months | 66.67% (4/6) in last year | 83.48% (662/793) all time
Earnings Summary: -$444.00 in last 3 months | -$1,012.00 in last year | -$940.41 all time
ROI Summary: -14.8% in last 3 months ($3,000.00 turnover) | -16.9% in last year ($6,000.00 turnover) | -0.8% all time ($114,200.00 turnover)

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  • Sam Querrey (USA) d. Lucas Pouille (FRA) 7-6(6) 7-6(8)
    at Rome Masters 1000 (ITA)
    Clay, Round of 64
    15 (1598) Aces -$444 ROI:-14.8% 67% 
    May 15 2017 10:32:48
    Change of momentum, Querrey serve declining and looks a little tired and impatient all of a sudden.
  • Sam Querrey (USA) d. Lucas Pouille (FRA) 7-6(6) 7-6(8)
    at Rome Masters 1000 (ITA)
    Clay, Round of 64
    15 (1598) Aces -$444 ROI:-14.8% 67% 
    May 15 2017 10:08:37
    Really poor from Pouille and then goes on to lose his serve early second set. Looks doomed.
  • Dominic Thiem (AUT) d. Pablo Cuevas (URU) 6-4 6-4
    at Madrid Masters 1000 (ESP)
    Clay, Semi Final
    15 (1598) Aces -$444 ROI:-14.8% 67% 
    May 13 2017 22:06:28
    So interesting how the difference between the players is hardly physical but more mental. At the most obscure moment of the match 4-4 in 2nd set Pablo up 15-0, Thiem's ball lands on the line and umpire refuses to come down to check, Pablo blows a fuse and argues for about 3 minutes, and eventually goes on to get broken and lose the game. Random loss of focus.
  • Simona Halep (ROU) d. Kristina Mladenovic (FRA) 7-5 6-7(5) 6-2
    at Madrid WTA Premier (ESP)
    Clay, Final
    15 (1598) Aces -$444 ROI:-14.8% 67% 
    May 13 2017 18:20:23
    Kiki struggling with lower back. Very evident, grabbing at it every point. She played excellent in the first chance and had Halep rattled and still couldn't win set, but now with injury, can't be long before it is over.
  • Eugenie Bouchard (CAN) d. Maria Sharapova (RUS) 7-5 2-6 6-4
    at Madrid WTA Premier (ESP)
    Clay, Round of 32
    15 (1598) Aces -$444 ROI:-14.8% 67% 
    May 8 2017 07:19:51
    I have no time for Eugenie. She is someone who is struggling very much dealing with her fame and early fortune and lacks the mental toughness and possibly self awareness about what she wants from her life and actually doing it. It is one thing to want to be number 1 and win grand slams and another to be disciplined enough to do the things required.

    Her comments regarding Sharapova add a spice to the match. Her comments were extreme and in my opinion display her immaturity and judgmental mind. What Sharapova was doing has such a grey area to it and was hardly to get an edge. I mean she was stupid not to be more careful about what she is taking with regards to the rules but please, this isn't a Lance Armstrong situation.

    People's real problem with Sharapova is she doesn't give the time of day to any of her competitors. She is actually a nice girl but her personal view point on her profession is different to others, that's it.

    This is how she gets her edge. Bottom line- she is confident, prepares well, one of the best competitors ever and she gives her 100% every time. Can't say that about 99% of girls on tour.

    Anyway, moving back to the match, Bouchard has close to zero form to speak of, and Maria also hasn't had that many matches, but there is a clear difference in mental ability, focus and determination.

    If this was a jungle, it is a lion vs a deer. Simple as that.

    Bouchard will compete for a set and then fall away.

  • Marin Cilic (CRO) d. Diego Schwartzman (ARG) 6-1 7-6(7)
    at Istanbul ATP (TUR)
    Clay, Semi Final
    15 (1598) Aces -$444 ROI:-14.8% 67% 
    May 6 2017 16:04:05
    Marin up 6-1 4-0, and then at 4-4 he broke to serve for match and still didnt close, then saved 3 set points to finally win it in the tie breaker. Real mug when he goes off the boil for no reason. Good win nonetheless.

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Trait summary: 54 tags on 8 players

Player Traits

Ace Summary: Received 39 in last year, 1598 all time - Given 0 in last year, 110 all time

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