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Tip Summary: 42.86% (3/7) in last 3 months | 53.33% (8/15) in last year | 59.70% (317/531) all time

Earnings Summary: +$119.73 in last 3 months | +$342.68 in last year | +$3,789.73 all time

ROI Summary: +32.2% in last 3 months ($371.00 turnover) | +36.7% in last year ($934.50 turnover) | +12.2% all time ($30,971.00 turnover)

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  • John Isner (USA) d. Juan Martin del Potro (ARG) 6-1 7-6(2)
    at Miami Masters 1000 (USA)
    Hard Court, Semi Final
    16 (463) Aces +$120 ROI:+32.2% 43% 
    Mar 30 2018 06:33:33
    I believe Isner is catching Delpo at the right time. In the prior match, Raonic is far less of an athlete compared to Isner. Almost any other player on tour would have put Delpo away in that match considering the circumstances. I think the match being played in the daytime helps Isner more than Delpo. Big John needs this win more than Delpo.
  • Roger Federer (SUI) d. Marin Cilic (CRO) 6-2 6-7(5) 6-3 3-6 6-1
    at Australian Open ATP Slam (AUS)
    Hard Court, Final
    16 (463) Aces +$120 ROI:+32.2% 43% 
    Jan 28 2018 05:18:12
    I am not convinced Federer will beat Cilic here. The draw was laid out on a red carpet for Federer and his wins along the way were less than convincing considering the odds for the final. Straight sets throughout indeed, but that is not necessarily indicative of the GOATs individual performance. In his last 2 matches, Berdych choked a set away and Chung was way over his head and injured. Prior to that Fucsovics lacks any big-match experience and Gasquet doesn't believe in himself so how would he believe he could beat Federer? Cilic knows what is ahead of him and the Wimby final from last year should add motivation rather than discourage him. Federer first serve has not been on and if that continues then Cilic will have an even better chance. Dogs have been howling this entire tournament and I see that to continue here. Federer gets his 20th slam title this year but not at this event.
  • Tennys Sandgren (USA) d. Stan Wawrinka (SUI) 6-2 6-1 6-4
    at Australian Open ATP Slam (AUS)
    Hard Court, Round of 64
    16 (463) Aces +$120 ROI:+32.2% 43% 
    Jan 18 2018 09:19:00
    Taking a stab with Tennys here. I question the Wawrinka fitness coming off his first match in months. Small play due to the skewed odds but I think it is worth a punt nonetheless.
  • Nicolas Kicker (ARG) d. Lukas Lacko (SVK) 6-2 7-5 1-6 7-5
    at Australian Open ATP Slam (AUS)
    Hard Court, Round of 64
    16 (463) Aces +$120 ROI:+32.2% 43% 
    Jan 17 2018 23:18:14
    Lacko advanced past this stage 4 times in 31 grand slam appearances and seems over-priced off the Raonic win. Tempering expectations but I think at this price it is worth a punt on Kicker.
  • Daniil Medvedev (RUS) d. Thanasi Kokkinakis (AUS) 6-2 6-7(6) 7-6(8) 6-4
    at Australian Open ATP Slam (AUS)
    Hard Court, Round of 128
    16 (463) Aces +$120 ROI:+32.2% 43% 
    Jan 16 2018 02:53:44
    Question to all: which would you buy into? The "Medvedev is on a heater and in good form angle" or the "Medvedev has played a lot of matches recently and his opponent is on home turf angle."

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Ace Summary: Received 36 in last year, 463 all time - Given 52 in last year, 603 all time

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