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  • Abouthttps://www.patreon.com/JakeHumphreysTennis?fan_landing=true Professional tennis tipster from Australia, specialising in ATP futures markets.
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Tip Summary: 60.00% (12/20) in last 3 months | 60.00% (12/20) in last year | 60.00% (12/20) all time

Earnings Summary: +$422.10 in last 3 months | +$422.10 in last year | +$422.10 all time

ROI Summary: +13.0% in last 3 months ($3,250.00 turnover) | +13.0% in last year ($3,250.00 turnover) | +13.0% all time ($3,250.00 turnover)

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  • Pablo Carreno-Busta (ESP) d. Daniil Medvedev (RUS) 6-2 7-6(5)
    at Tokyo OLY(M) (JPN)
    Hard Court, Quarter Final
    194 (194) Aces +$422 ROI:+13.0% 60% 
    Jul 28 2021 17:39:49
    Medvedev was clearly struggling against Fognini today and Busta is in sensational form. The Spaniard obviously doesn't possess the same level as the Russian, but in sweltering conditions at an event that probably doesn't mean as much as a grand slam - or even an ATP 500 - I think the patri...
  • Mikhail Kukushkin (KAZ) d. Federico Coria (ARG) 7-6(4) 7-5
    at Tokyo OLY(M) (JPN)
    Hard Court, Round of 64
    194 (194) Aces +$422 ROI:+13.0% 60% 
    Jul 24 2021 17:09:52
    It is hard backing a player out of touch like Kukushkin, but if you look at each player's historical data on the hard court, there's really no comparison... Kukushkin is much more accomplished. If these two guys played each in any other season, the Kazakh would be sub $1.50.

    Now, I understand we're not talking about previous seasons, we're talking about now. Coria is coming off an epic month on the clay where he qualified for the final at Bastad after winning a challenger event beforehand.

    But, from what I've seen over the years, there isn't much of a correlation between the two surfaces, in terms of momentum. A player can win 10 matches in-a-row on the clay then switch over to the hard court and be totally inept.

    There's also an asterisk next to Coria just because he played SO much tennis (mainly in sweltering conditions), and now has to change continents and do it again on a different surface.

    But, I know Kukushkin is out of form. He hasn't had much sustained success recently, but after a big post-Wimbledon break, I'm actually backing him to be in fairly good condition for this meeting, and I think his game on hard/grass is substantially better than the Argentine's

  • Richard Gasquet (FRA) d. Daniel Altmaier (GER) 7-6(2) 3-6 6-3
    at Umag ATP 250 (CRO)
    Clay, Semi Final
    194 (194) Aces +$422 ROI:+13.0% 60% 
    Jul 24 2021 05:18:31
    Gasquet was classy against the Bosnian last night, but if that match went to three sets, I think he was dead to rights.

    Dzumhur began to turn the screws towards the end of that second stanza, and in sweltering conditions, the 35-year-old looked a pinch fatigued.

    I'm not saying he's going to drop dead after five minutes against Altmaier, but if this match goes the distance, I know who I'd want to be on.

    The young German has played bucket loads of tennis in the last few weeks and doesn't seem to be slowing down. He won his maiden title at Braunschweig and looks as good as anyone this week at Umag.

    Let's not forget that Dusan Lajovic is the reigning champion, here. Yes, he was in some pain with a foot blister, but Altmaier was brutal in that match, constantly applying pressure in a 6-2, 6-4 win.

    If Lajovic played Dzumhur tomorrow on clay, Lajovic would be $1.40 in my book, so I know which win I found more impressive.

    Gasquet is a great player, and I think he's a touch underrated on clay. But, Altmaier is hungry, and looks to be a serious up and comer on this surface. If this one makes it to deep water, look for the German to prevail.

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Ace Summary: Received 194 in last year, 194 all time - Given 0 in last year, 0 all time

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