2017 season is never over,if you have a look of the ITF events that are played even during Christmas.
But as far as ATP and WTA are concern,the offseason officially kicked in just after the last ball of the Davis Cup final was played.
What a season it was.. So many unbelievable stories were written,so many injuries and shut down seasons just after the US Open in September happened,which depleted the ATP rest of the way and we now gonna have very interesting seeds for the Aussie Open.
Women’s side of tennis has been always unpredictable and this will for sure carry on in the future,but Serena idle for rest of the year to give birth just after the first slam of the year,made things so much wide open. We had new Grand Slam Champions,No.1’s changing almost in a weekly basis and it was,for me atleast,highly entertaining not knowing what is going on every day.
2018 will see many returns of players who fought with injuries. Will they go and win as much as Nadal and Federer did in 2017? Doubt that,but rest assured it will be interesting to follow through.
Ah and almost forgot,wishing you 2018 season could bring you more profit as ever while betting or trading this sport and hopefully the spots you find for that are more right than wrong.
TI madness starts from 30-th this month. Tic toc,tic toc
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