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Tip Summary: 0.00% (0/0) in last 3 months | 40.00% (2/5) in last year | 55.65% (69/124) all time

Earnings Summary: +$0.00 in last 3 months | -$1,548.00 in last year | -$4,382.73 all time

ROI Summary: +0.0% in last 3 months ($0.00 turnover) | -23.8% in last year ($6,500.00 turnover) | -5.4% all time ($80,698.00 turnover)

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  • Guillermo Garcia-Lopez (ESP) d. Pablo Carreno-Busta (ESP) 7-6(5) 1-6 7-6(6)
    at Buenos Aires ATP (ARG)
    Clay, Round of 16
    0 (3829) Aces +$0 ROI:+0.0% 0% 
    Feb 15 2018 14:28:08
    Very interesting price on Carreno Busta. Can't give that much credit to his defeat against Andrej Martin. The conditions in Quito are incredibly tough and Pablo said that he could barely breathe after the points. He should feel much more comfortable in Buenos Aires and already won a doubles match together with Pablo Cuevas. Garcia-Lopez got a good win against Berlocq and is always a very good competitor. However, Pablo seems to be at a much higher level at this moment and should be just too solid and strong for his fellow countryman.
  • Pierre-Hugues Herbert (FRA) d. Kenny De Schepper (FRA) 7-6(4) 6-7(5) 6-4
    at Montpellier ATP (FRA)
    Indoor Hard, Round of 32
    0 (3829) Aces +$0 ROI:+0.0% 0% 
    Feb 6 2018 10:29:53
    Very strange price on Herbert. He's definitely the better player on this match-up and the h2h shows that. Even though Schepper already played a couple of Indoor events before this tournament and also played the qualifying, Herbert had a good preparation also on the Davis Cup where he played a doubles match and practiced on Indoor conditions.
  • Grigor Dimitrov (BUL) d. Nick Kyrgios (AUS) 7-6(3) 7-6(4) 4-6 7-6(4)
    at Australian Open ATP Slam (AUS)
    Hard Court, Round of 16
    0 (3829) Aces +$0 ROI:+0.0% 0% 
    Jan 21 2018 12:34:04
    Won three tie breaks against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, lost three tie breaks against Grigor Dimitrov.

    Overall Dimitrov was the better player and definitely raised his level today. Congrats to all Grigor's backers.
  • Grigor Dimitrov (BUL) d. Nick Kyrgios (AUS) 7-6(3) 7-6(4) 4-6 7-6(4)
    at Australian Open ATP Slam (AUS)
    Hard Court, Round of 16
    0 (3829) Aces +$0 ROI:+0.0% 0% 
    Jan 20 2018 14:21:03
    Hopefully this match will have a better outcome for my bet than the previous one. Two weeks ago I picked Dimitrov but Nick staged an incredible comeback. This time I have to go the other way not only due to Kyrgios outstanding performance against Tsonga but also due to Dimitrov's poor displays. It has one of the best matches of the tournament between Nick and Jo. The French was just on fire but the Australian showed a great composure on the important moments to win three tie breaks. It was great to see him so motivated and he knows that this tournament is a great opportunity for him to go far. On the other hand, Dimitrov has struggled with form throughout 2018. His serve has been the weakest part of his game with an average of 0.49 double faults per service game. In the previous round he committed 15 double faults and 63 unforced errors against Rublev. The Bulgarian can't give so many free points on his serve to Nick, who is one of the best servers in tennis history and almost impossible to break on this fast court conditions in Melbourne. Best of luck to all!
  • Denis Shapovalov (CAN) d. Stefanos Tsitsipas (GRE) 6-1 6-3 7-6(5)
    at Australian Open ATP Slam (AUS)
    Hard Court, Round of 128
    0 (3829) Aces +$0 ROI:+0.0% 0% 
    Jan 11 2018 15:03:12
    Can't understand these odds. Shapovalov is definitely a level above Tsitsipas at this point. Even though he's one year younger than his opponent, he's the most experienced of the two at this level. Adding to this, playing against a left-handed player is never easy (especially if you're a one-handed backhand player).
  • Nick Kyrgios (AUS) d. Grigor Dimitrov (BUL) 3-6 6-1 6-4
    at Brisbane ATP (AUS)
    Hard Court, Semi Final
    0 (3829) Aces +$0 ROI:+0.0% 0% 
    Jan 6 2018 07:59:36
    Great reaction from Nick after losing the opening set. Big serve from the Australian throughout the entire match. On the other hand, Dimitrov was awful on serve, too many double faults, short second serves and giving a lot of opportunities for Kyrgios to put pressure on his serve.

    Congrats to all Nick's backers!
  • Nick Kyrgios (AUS) d. Grigor Dimitrov (BUL) 3-6 6-1 6-4
    at Brisbane ATP (AUS)
    Hard Court, Semi Final
    0 (3829) Aces +$0 ROI:+0.0% 0% 
    Jan 5 2018 13:38:51
    I still remember their last encounter at the Western & Southern Open Final.

    Nick is always a dangerous player with his big serve but this doesn't seem to be an easy match-up for him. Dimitrov is one of the fastest players on the tour and it won't be easy for Nick to win free points on serve against him. Despite placing 70% first serve with 15 aces on their previous match, Dimitrov was able to break the Australian in both sets. Grigor should have the upper hand on longer rallies and his backhand slice is also a very effective weapon against this opponent.

    Kyrgios staged a good comeback today after a terrible first set but his leg seems to be bothering him. Not sure if Nick will have the proper mindset for this match. Dimitrov also experienced some problems on the previous two rounds but his confidence is sky-high after winning the ATP World Tour Finals. The Bulgarian seems to be able to find his best tennis when it matters and that confidence might be decisive tomorrow.

    This should be a very interesting contest but Grigor should emerge victorious at the end.

    Best of luck to all!
  • Magdalena Rybarikova (SVK) d. Maria Sharapova (RUS) 7-6(3) 6-4
    at Moscow WTA Premier (RUS)
    Indoor Hard, Round of 32
    0 (3829) Aces +$0 ROI:+0.0% 0% 
    Oct 17 2017 13:15:42
    Sharapova unable to handle Rybarikova's slices and tricky game style. So many unforced errors on those short balls and it will be very hard for the Russian to turn the match around after losing the opening set.
  • Andreas Seppi (ITA) d. Jerzy Janowicz (POL) 6-2 6-2
    at Ortisei Ch (ITA)
    Indoor Hard, Round of 32
    0 (3829) Aces +$0 ROI:+0.0% 0% 
    Oct 10 2017 16:37:24
    The courts in Ortisei are some of the fastest on the tour. The ball bounces extremely low and it's never easy for the players to handle these conditions. Nevertheless, Seppi's game style is perfect for these courts and his 14-1 record in Ortisei is a perfect example of that. He's always very motivated to play on this event since Seppi was born in Bolzano and Ortisei is a small village in Bolzano, which means that this is also a very special tournament for him. Janowicz already said that he's struggling with a knee injury but will keep playing until he can. However, it's unlikely to see the Pole at his best physical condition. Adding to this, it won't be easy for such a tall player as Janowicz to handle the low bounce on these courts. Best of luck to all!

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Ace Summary: Received 241 in last year, 3829 all time - Given 0 in last year, 56 all time

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