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Tip Summary: 0.00% (0/0) in last 3 months | 81.36% (48/59) in last year | 84.35% (194/230) all time

Earnings Summary: +$0.00 in last 3 months | -$6,323.57 in last year | -$7,141.39 all time

ROI Summary: +0.0% in last 3 months ($0.00 turnover) | -16.7% in last year ($37,815.00 turnover) | -6.7% all time ($105,840.00 turnover)

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  • David Goffin (BEL) d. Pablo Carreno-Busta (ESP) 1-6 7-6(8) 6-0
    at Tokyo ATP (JPN)
    Hard Court, Round of 32
    130 (2933) Aces +$0 ROI:+0.0% 0% 
    Oct 1 2019 06:45:42
    Big value on Busta here, his second serve win % has been 60- 70% in his last 5 matches
  • Matteo Berrettini (ITA) d. Andrey Rublev (RUS) 6-1 6-4 7-6(6)
    at US Open ATP Slam (USA)
    Hard Court, Round of 16
    130 (2933) Aces +$0 ROI:+0.0% 0% 
    Sep 2 2019 05:11:17
    Berrettini might push Rublev here, however Rublev has already beaten him once on HC this year without dropping a set. But looking at their previous 2 matches:

    Berrettini is serving well, but made a lot of unforced errors (51) and so did Popyrin (67). This resulted in a lot of free points given away, and a lot of break points faced by both players.

    Rublev is in the best form of his life. He was pulling out all stops against Kyrgios, and fighting tooth and nail every point. To be doing this and only make 14 unforced errors makes him in dangerous form. Kyrgios was also serving extremely well, with 31 aces and 87% first serve win, yet Rublev was able to claim the only converted break point in the whole match whilst being 0/2 BP on his own serve.

    I think Rublev's watertight game and determination will prevail. I doubt Rublev will fail where Popyrin did if given the opportunity to convert break points.

    I also have a cheeky tenner on him to win the tournament @ $110 so lets see what happens.
  • Andrey Rublev (RUS) d. Nick Kyrgios (AUS) 7-6(5) 7-6(5) 6-3
    at US Open ATP Slam (USA)
    Hard Court, Round of 32
    130 (2933) Aces +$0 ROI:+0.0% 0% 
    Aug 30 2019 07:50:09
    I believe this match will be won by whoever can mentally outlast the other. Both are in good form. Both are physically fit- Kyrgios was on cruise control last match and Rublev benefited from Simon's withdrawal.

    Kyrgios will have a fight on his hands from Rublev. If he is able to maintain his resolve, he should win. However, I believe Rublev is more likely to maintain his resolve, which may upset Nick's. If Nick falters under pressure while Rublev is firing on all cylinders, it will open up things a little. I think Rublev wants it more, and it may come down to that in the end.

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Ace Summary: Received 2807 in last year, 2933 all time - Given 270 in last year, 435 all time

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