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  • Member SinceJanuary 27, 2018
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  • Favourite PlayersToo many to list, so Instead for your enjoyment i will list my three men and women from the previous month I enjoyed watching: Kasatkina, Svitolina, Muguruza, Tiafoe, Pouille, and Schwartzman

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Tip Summary: 62.99% (80/127) in last 3 months | 62.99% (80/127) in last year | 62.99% (80/127) all time

Earnings Summary: +$152.65 in last 3 months | +$152.65 in last year | +$152.65 all time

ROI Summary: +33.2% in last 3 months ($460.00 turnover) | +33.2% in last year ($460.00 turnover) | +33.2% all time ($460.00 turnover)

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  • Novak Djokovic (SRB) d. Borna Coric (CRO) 7-6(2) 7-5
    at Monte Carlo Masters 1000 (MON)
    Clay, Round of 32
    4313 (4313) Aces +$153 ROI:+33.2% 63% 
    Apr 18 2018 04:58:12
    The odds are set on Novak's 12 Slam championships and Coric's 0 quarterfinals apperances rather than the play of the two grinding grouns...
  • Dominic Thiem (AUT) d. Andrey Rublev (RUS) 5-7 7-5 7-5
    at Monte Carlo Masters 1000 (MON)
    Clay, Round of 32
    4313 (4313) Aces +$153 ROI:+33.2% 63% 
    Apr 17 2018 04:07:21
    Not sure what Thiem will look like after not being in action since withdrawing from Indian Wells. He has not played particularly well in 2018, but like Nadal the last couple of years he flips a switch once he gets on the dirt. His game is a dream on clay, and even if he is not 100% he will be a tough out. I think this will be a tricky match against Rublev who wants to grind out rallies with Thiem and is not afraid of Dominic or to pull the trigger. I feel like Thiem will pull this match out in three competitive sets.
  • Novak Djokovic (SRB) d. Dusan Lajovic (SRB) 6-0 6-1
    at Monte Carlo Masters 1000 (MON)
    Clay, Round of 64
    4313 (4313) Aces +$153 ROI:+33.2% 63% 
    Apr 16 2018 04:04:15
    Novak is back with his old coach. Now that he has humbled himself maybe he can finally get back to the business of competing to win big events again. I'm not sure what to expect, and I'd be surprised to see Novak play great, but I am playing the Djokovic lottery by picking him on my fantasy team and hoping that he comes up big for me. They way Novak is playing lately though he shouldn't be so expensive in the money line.
  • Kei Nishikori (JPN) d. Tomas Berdych (CZE) 4-6 6-2 6-1
    at Monte Carlo Masters 1000 (MON)
    Clay, Round of 64
    4313 (4313) Aces +$153 ROI:+33.2% 63% 
    Apr 16 2018 04:00:44
    Kei Nishikori has not been himself in a long time. Berdych even with injuries has remained steady. I think this could possibly go three, but I would take Berdych 7 times out of 10 in this match up as it stands today.
  • Kyle Edmund (GBR) d. Jiri Vesely (CZE) 5-0 ret.
    at Marrakech ATP (MAR)
    Clay, Round of 32
    4313 (4313) Aces +$153 ROI:+33.2% 63% 
    Apr 10 2018 13:50:38
    At 26 in the world, Edmund is still enjoying the fruits of his Australian Open run. In my opinion he is not yet a top 30 player although he certainly has the talent for that, and will eventually be a staple within the top 25 in his career. These two players are a lot closer in UTR than in ranking, and I think this is going to be a very tight match. Edmund leads the head to head 2-0, but the two have never played on Clay. Vesley wins alomst 20% more of his matches when he plays on dirt. Edmund has not won a tour match since his Quarterfinal victory at the Australian Open in Janurary over a streaky Dimitrov. He is definitely not match tough, and I expect him to drop his third consecutive first round match today.
  • Ryan Harrison (USA) d. Miomir Kecmanovic (SRB) 6-4 6-3
    at Houston ATP (USA)
    Clay, Round of 32
    4313 (4313) Aces +$153 ROI:+33.2% 63% 
    Apr 10 2018 13:35:47
    Harrison is coming off a big Davis cup weekend where he played excellent tennis notching the clinching doubles match with Jack Sock, and backing it up with a comfortable win in the exhibition match on Sunday. His confidence has to be riding a bit higher after suffering a disappointing month of March where he failed to make any noise in the two big Masters events. I have never seen Kecmanovic play before, but Ryan expects to win matches like these handily these days. Clay evens things out a lot, especially for the American's, but I would be super shocked if Ryan struggles in this one.
  • Steve Johnson (USA) d. Ernesto Escobedo (USA) 3-6 7-6(5) 6-2
    at Houston ATP (USA)
    Clay, Round of 32
    4313 (4313) Aces +$153 ROI:+33.2% 63% 
    Apr 10 2018 13:31:26
    Escobedo had the strong win against Francic Tiafoe at Indian Wells, but this is clay and Stevie Johnson won this tournament last year with wins over Jack Sock and Vernando Verdasco. Johnson has a ton of points to defend for a ranking that has slipped to 52nd in the world. I think he will be motivated to have a good showing in this event and build some momentum for a tough clay court campaign.
  • Kiki Bertens (NED) d. Madison Keys (USA) 6-4 6-7(2) 7-6(5)
    at Charleston WTA Premier (USA)
    Clay, Semi Final
    4313 (4313) Aces +$153 ROI:+33.2% 63% 
    Apr 8 2018 11:55:33
    Madison is not playing great this week. She has struggled in matches that she should have won handily, and was in tears in the third set when Lindsey came out to talk to her in the match against Pera. Bertens is a former French Open semifinalist and one of the more athletic girls on tour. I am worried about her health, this week its a possible hip last week it was her arm against Venus. Still if she can finish the match i think she will get too many balls back against Madison. One of the kids I teach (my favorite player and one of my favorite people in the world) loves Madison Keys so i always cheer for her, but I'm just not feeling it today. This will be the first time this week I think Madison plays someone who is truly game to beat her, although credit Pera is a talented up and comer for playing a bold match.
  • Julia Goerges (GER) d. Anastasija Sevastova (LAT) 7-6(5) 6-3
    at Charleston WTA Premier (USA)
    Clay, Semi Final
    4313 (4313) Aces +$153 ROI:+33.2% 63% 
    Apr 8 2018 11:49:34
    This match is notched at 4-4, and I believe Sevastova is serving. It would be interesting if Goerges won this match after losing the hard court affair which she was the favorite in. Although she is the odds-makers favorite in this match, Sevastova's style is more conducive to clay. After seeing Julia shake back from a shaky start yesterday, I think she has the confidence that even if she is not playing well she will have her chances to win. I like Goerges to come away with a victory. I need this win! So may the force be with me and anyone on my side of this thing.

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Ace Summary: Received 4313 in last year, 4313 all time - Given 5 in last year, 5 all time

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