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Tip Summary: 53.11% (188/354) in last 3 months | 50.68% (299/590) in last year | 50.68% (299/590) all time

Earnings Summary: -$10,754.60 in last 3 months | -$21,269.40 in last year | -$21,269.40 all time

ROI Summary: -10.1% in last 3 months ($106,137.00 turnover) | -12.6% in last year ($168,221.00 turnover) | -12.6% all time ($168,221.00 turnover)

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  • Karolina Pliskova (CZE) d. Aryna Sabalenka (BLR) 5-7 6-4 6-4
    at Wimbledon WTA Slam (GBR)
    Grass, Semi Final
    1345 (3866) Aces -$10,755 ROI:-10.1% 53% 
    Jul 6 2021 17:04:59
    Such a shame that all 4 ladies QF's were so one-sided. Hoping the SF's will be more competitive and enjoyable to watch.
    These 2 big hitters could give us a 3 set feast but my suspicion is Sabalenka will run away with it, the way she blasted Jabeur into submission was impressive and Pliskova doesn't have anywhere near the same mobility as the Tunisian.
  • Angelique Kerber (GER) d. Karolina Muchova (CZE) 6-2 6-3
    at Wimbledon WTA Slam (GBR)
    Grass, Quarter Final
    1345 (3866) Aces -$10,755 ROI:-10.1% 53% 
    Jul 6 2021 15:18:04
    Barely any ue's from Kerber who played a very smart game. Muchova got frustrated with Kerber's superb defence and errored quite a lot out of sheer frustration. I was a little disappointed that Muchova didn't seem to be able work out how to break Kerber down, she's beaten plenty of grinders before, but I guess Kerber is the ultimate grinder when on form. Kerber plays one of the Aussie's, No doubt she's hoping it's not Barty but on this showing even Barty will struggle to hit through that impregnable Berlin Wall.
    6-2 6-3
  • Karolina Pliskova (CZE) d. Viktorija Golubic (SUI) 6-2 6-2
    at Wimbledon WTA Slam (GBR)
    Grass, Quarter Final
    1345 (3866) Aces -$10,755 ROI:-10.1% 53% 
    Jul 6 2021 13:32:17
    Pliskova's first serve was really on song and Golubic's serve was weak so the Swiss lady never got a look in even though she had some break points. Pliskova reigned in most of her big forehands a little and cut down her unforced errors significantly.
    6-2 6-2
    If Pliskova can serve like this in the SF there's no reason why she can't make the final. It's always perplexed people how Pliskova has won Eastbourne twice but otherwise has achieved little on grass but clearly she has the potential to do much better here in the future if she play like this more often.
  • Angelique Kerber (GER) d. Karolina Muchova (CZE) 6-2 6-3
    at Wimbledon WTA Slam (GBR)
    Grass, Quarter Final
    1345 (3866) Aces -$10,755 ROI:-10.1% 53% 
    Jul 6 2021 11:43:09
    Kerber took care of Gauff in 2 sets which surprised many including myself, showing flashes of genius that we haven't really seen since she was seeded number 1. Muchova is solid and calm and so tough to beat but this is probably Kerber's to lose. Kerber to win in 3 imo.
  • Aryna Sabalenka (BLR) d. Ons Jabeur (TUN) 6-4 6-3
    at Wimbledon WTA Slam (GBR)
    Grass, Quarter Final
    1345 (3866) Aces -$10,755 ROI:-10.1% 53% 
    Jul 6 2021 11:34:34
    This is the match I'm looking forward to the most because of the clash of styles but with both players in great form. Hard to see Jabeur not getting a set but otherwise who will win is too tough to predict.
  • Ashleigh Barty (AUS) d. Ajla Tomljanovic (AUS) 6-1 6-3
    at Wimbledon WTA Slam (GBR)
    Grass, Quarter Final
    1345 (3866) Aces -$10,755 ROI:-10.1% 53% 
    Jul 6 2021 11:28:17
    Krejcikova let Barty off the hook in their first set. After that Barty had the upper hand but Barty looks beatable to me.
  • Ajla Tomljanovic (AUS) d. Emma Raducanu (GBR) 6-4 3-0 ret.
    at Wimbledon WTA Slam (GBR)
    Grass, Round of 16
    1345 (3866) Aces -$10,755 ROI:-10.1% 53% 
    Jul 5 2021 20:38:05
    The first set was very close but at the start of the second set Emma appeared to have breathing difficulties. It turned out to be some sort of abdominal muscle injury and the Brit retired at 0-3 down. When you are playing flat out and you don't have any experience of big matches like this I suppose it's no big surprise.
    The good news for Ajla is that she really was pushed in that first set and came through the pressure of having to save multiple break points. The Aussie served great especially on the pressure points so she may be able to give Barty a run for her money.

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Ace Summary: Received 3866 in last year, 3866 all time - Given 396 in last year, 396 all time

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