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September 21, 2013

Tennis Trading League

21st September 2013 – Day 25

First today, the trades for matches that took place during the night…

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova vs Francesca Schiavone
The advice was to back Pavlyuchenkova. Two breaks of serve in the first set, Schiavone was first, but Pavlyuchenkova lost hers immediately after. The set went to a tie break, with no less than eleven mini-breaks. However Pavlyuchenkova won the tie-break 13-11, and I would have expected the trade to come have won.

Shuko Aoyama & Megan Moulton-Levy vs Yi-Fan Xu and Chin-Wei Chan
The advice here was to lay Aoyama and Moulton-Levy. However, Xu and Chan had not read the script, and lost two of their service games in the first set, being 1:5 down. Under these circumstances, I would have expected Aoyama and Moulton-Levy’s price to have hit the stop loss, even though Xu and Chan came back to win the first set, and eventually take the match.

Five more trades were advised, at a time more conducive to the UK

Ernests Gulbis vs Michal Przysiezny
Lay Gulbis at 1.20
Back at 1.50
Stop Loss at 1.11
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.05

Guillermo Garcia-Lopez vs Joao Sousa
Lay Garcia-Lopez at 1.50
Back at 1.75
Stop Loss at 1.25
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.00

Gilles Simon vs Nicolas Mahut
Lay Simon at 1.60
Back at 1.85
Stop Loss at 1.29
TRADE WON
Profit £2.14

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga vs Florian Mayer
3 points stake
Back Tsonga at 1.26 (Achieved 1.28)
Lay at 1.07
Stop Loss at 2.14
TRADE LOST
Loss: £12.06

Shuai Zhang vs Vania King
Lay Zhang at 1.74
Back at 1.95
Stop Loss at 1.34
TRADE WON
Profit £1.38

Selections: 5
Wins: 2 (0 void)
Loss: -£16.59

Totals to date:
Selections: 106
Wins: 53 (9 void)
Loss: -£75.60

Filed under Backing,Laying,Trading by David Aston

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September 20, 2013

Tennis Trading League

20th September 2013 – Day 24

The trades for matches that took place during the night were as follows:

Raquel Kops-Jones & Abigail Spears vs Janette Husarova and Arantxa Parra-Santonja
The advice from Patrick was to back Kops-Jones and Spears. The first set was won 6:3, with just a single break of serve, so I envisage that there would have been no issues here.

Agnieska Radwanska vs Vera Dushevina
A lay of Radwanska was advised here. There were two breaks of serve, neither of them for Radwanska, and with this scenario, the stop loss would have been hit very quickly.

Lara Arruabarrena vs Su Jeong Jang
The trade here was to back Arruabarrena. She won the first set 6:0, so again I see no problems here.

Onto the matches that I was able to follow today.

Lukas Rozol vs Michal Przysiezny
Lay Rozol at 1.72
Back at 2.10
Stop Loss at 1.34
TRADE LOST
Loss: £3.94

Ernests Gulbis vs Roberto Bautista-Agut
Back Gulbis at 1.41 (Achieved 1.42)
Lay at 1.20
Stop Loss at 2.36
TRADE WON
Profit £1.74

Nicolas Mahut vs Benjamin Becker
Lay Mahut at 1.79
Back at 2.00
Stop Loss at 1.36
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.00

Denis Istomin vs Guillermo Garcia-Lopez
Back Istomin at 1.84 (Achieved 1.87)
Lay at 1.40
Stop Loss at 3.10
TRADE LOST
Loss: £3.97

Gilles Simon vs Sam Querrey
Lay First Set Winner at available odds (expected 1.20 to 1.30) – Simon at 1.28
Back at 1.49 (Back odds taken as an approximation of other trades in odds region)
Stop Loss at 1.15
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.04

Francesca Schiavone vs Kamiko Date-Krumm
Lay Schiavone at 1.60
Back at 1.80
Stop Loss at 1.29
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.01

Jie Zheng vs Vania King
Back Zheng at 1.51 (Achieved 1.53)
Lay at 1.20
Stop Loss at 2.56
TRADE WON
Profit £2.61

Asastasia Pavlyuchenkova vs Irina Camelia Begu
Lay Pavlyuchenkova at 1.30 (Achieved 1.29)
Back at 1.60
Stop Loss at 1.16
TRADE LOST
Loss: £3.86

Shuai Zhang vs Yvonne Meusburger
Lay Zhang at 1.90 (Achieved 1.89)
Back at 2.30
Stop Loss at 1.39
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.04

Selections: 9
Wins: 2 (0 void)
Loss: -£19.50

Totals to date:
Selections: 101
Wins: 51 (9 void)
Loss: -£59.01

Filed under Backing,Laying,Trading by David Aston

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September 19, 2013

Tennis Trading League

19th September 2013 – Day 23

When I reported yesterday’s results, I showed the match between Jie Zheng and Timea Babos as a loss. However, when I was looking at the website earlier today, I found this:

Zheng v Babos: Successful (I’ll consider this successful since this
was a low stake match. From 4-0 down Zheng stormed back to win this in
2 sets).

Again Patrick is not applying his stop loss that he advises his members to use.

Today’s matches that took place in the early hours:

Ons Jabeur vs Su Jeong Jang
A back of Jabeur was advised. Jang lost her serve three times in the first set, losing it 6:1. I would have thought the trade would have won very quickly.

Maria Kirilenko vs Kimiko Date-Krumm
A back of Kirilenko was advised. She lost her serve three times in the first set, including the first game of the match, was never ahead, and lost in straight sets. A trade here would have hit the stop loss quite quickly I think.

Onto the matches that I was able to follow today.

Andrea Seppi vs Nicolas Mahut
Lay Seppi at 1.74
Back at 2.00
Stop Loss at 1.34
TRADE WON
Profit £1.67

Fabio Fognini vs Michael Przysiezny
Back Fognini at 1.40
Lay at 1.15
Stop Loss at 2.34
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.02

Florian Mayer vs Lukas Lacko
Back Mayer at 1.33 (Achieved 1.35)
Lay at 1.15
Stop Loss at 2.26
TRADE WON
Profit £1.65

Ernests Gulbis vs Jurgen Zopp
Back Gulbis at 1.19 (Achieved 1.20)
Lay at 1.05
Stop Loss at 2.00
TRADE WON
Profit £1.36

Benjamin Becker vs Albano Olivetti
Back Becker at 1.54
Lay at 1.20
Stop Loss at 2.56
TRADE WON
Profit £2.69

Roberto Bautista-Agut vs Evgeny Donskoy
Back Bautista-Agut at 1.69 (Achieved 1.70)
Lay at 1.30
Stop Loss at 2.84
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.01

Gilles Simon vs Kenny De Schepper
Lay Simon at 1.51
Back at 1.75
Stop Loss at 1.25
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.08

Johanna Konta vs Shuai Peng
Back Konta at 2.0
Lay at 1.80
Stop Loss at 3.35
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.03

Alize Cornet vs Yvonne Meusburger
Lay Cornet at 1.26
Back at 1.45
Stop Loss at 1.14
TRADE WON
Profit £4.79

Monica Puig vs Vania King
Lay Puig at 1.67
Back at 2.00
Stop Loss at 1.32
TRADE LOST
Loss: £3.96

Selections: 10
Wins: 5 (0 void)
Loss: -£7.94

Totals to date:
Selections: 92
Wins: 49 (9 void)
Loss: -£39.51

Filed under Backing,Laying,Trading by David Aston

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September 18, 2013

Tennis Trading League

18th September 2013 – Day 22

Today’s selections saw three matches starting in the small hours, taking each one in turn.

Alexandra Dulgheru vs Lara Arruabarrena
A lay of Dulgheru was advised here, Arruabarrena took the first set 6:1, with Dulgheru losing her serve twice, Arruabarrena was not behind, so an easy winning trade here I would think.

Vera Dushevina vs Annika Beck
Patrick advised a back of Dushevina, who won the first set after two breaks of the Beck 6:3, again without going behind, so a further successful trade seen I believe.

Francesca Schiavone vs Virginie Razzano
A back of Schiavone was advised. The first set was riddled with breaks of serve, six in total, and Schiavone taking a tie break 7 points to 5. Schiavone lost the second set with two losses of her serve. The match was won by Schiavone by winning the last three games of the match.

Whilst I expect that this would have been a winning trade, as there were so many breaks of serve, this match is not as easy to read as the other two games.

Onto the matches that took place at a more reasonable hour to UK time.

Mischa Zverev vs Albano Olivetti
Back Zverev at 1.64
Lay at 1.30
Stop Loss at 2.74
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.01

Ricardas Berankis vs Lukas Rosol
Back Berankis at 1.64 (Achieved 1.66)
Lay at 1.30
Stop Loss at 2.76
TRADE LOST
Loss: £3.99

Konstantin Kravchuk vs Horacio Zeballos
Back Kravchuk at 1.87 (Achieved 1.91)
Lay at 1.50
Stop Loss at 3.20
TRADE WON
Profit £2.60

Nicolas Mahut vs Leonardo Mayer
Back Mahut at 1.71 (Achieved 1.72)
Lay at 1.40
Stop Loss at 2.86
TRADE WON
Profit £2.17

Albert Ramos vs Michal Przysiezny
Back Ramos at 1.60
Lay at 1.30
Stop Loss at 2.66
TRADE WON
Profit £2.19

Denis Istomin vs Golubev
Back Istomin at 1.50
Lay at 1.20
Stop Loss at 2.50
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.00

Sam Querrey vs Paul-Henri Mathieu
Lay Querrey at 1.50
Back at 1.75
Stop Loss at 1.25
TRADE VOID – Entry point failed to match before exit point hit.
Mathieu retired at the end of the second set. Was he fit?

Mikhail Youzhny vs Guillermo Garcia-Lopez
Back Youzhny at 1.33
Lay at 1.15
Stop Loss at 2.22
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.01

Benoit Paire vs Benjamin Becker
Back Paire at 1.51 (Achieved 1.55)
Lay at 1.25
Stop Loss at 2.58
TRADE LOST
Loss: £3.99

Galina Voskoboeva vs Monica Puig
Back Voskoboeva at 1.70
Lay at 1.40
Stop Loss at 2.84
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.01

Su-Wei Hsieh vs Shuai Zhang
Lay Hsieh at 1.45
Back at 1.65
Stop Loss at 1.23
TRADE WON
Profit £2.56

Bojana Jovanovski vs Vania King
Lay Jovanovski at 1.51
Back at 1.70
Stop Loss at 1.25
TRADE WON
Profit £2.08

Jie Zheng vs Timea Babos
Back Zheng at 1.40
Lay at 1.20
Stop Loss at 2.34
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.02

Alize Cornet vs Karolina Pliskova
Back Cornet at 1.41
Lay at 1.20
Stop Loss at 2.36
TRADE WON
Profit £1.66

Shuai Peng vs Johanne Konta
Back Peng at 1.41
Lay at 1.20
Stop Loss at 2.36
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.03

Laura Robson vs Saisai Zheng
Back Robson at 1.30
Lay at 1.16
Stop Loss at 2.16
TRADE WON
Profit £1.15

Selections: 16
Wins: 7 (1 void)
Loss: -£17.65

Totals to date:
Selections: 82
Wins: 44 (9 void)
Loss: -£31.57

Filed under Backing,Laying,Trading by David Aston

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September 17, 2013

Tennis Trading League

17th September 2013 – Day 21

Before I show you all today’s results, I wanted to repeat that this review is a record of my experience of Patrick’s service.

Having said that, those of you who are following this review may be aware that this week (and for much of the remainder of the season now) the ladies’ tour arrives in the Far East, with the men’s tour arriving in the region next week.

Therefore matches are going to be played from time to time in the early hours of UK time, which makes some of them impossible for me to follow.

Today’s selections saw one match starting at 4am, between Heather Watson and Kimiko Date-Krumm. Patrick’s advice was to lay Heather Watson. She won the first set, although losing the match. I suspect therefore that a stop loss may have been hit, but for the remainder of this review, if I cannot follow the match, then they will not be included in this review’s results.

Fabio Fognini vs Dominic Inglot
Back Fognini at 1.19
Lay at 1.07
Stop Loss at 1.98
TRADE WON
Profit £1.07

Tobias Kamke vs Marc Giquel
Back Kamke at 1.80 (Achieved 1.88)
Lay at 1.50
Stop Loss at 3.00
TRADE WON
Profit £2.41

Guillermo Garcia-Lopez vs Mikhail Biryukov
Back Garcia-Lopez at 1.25
Lay at 1.08
Stop Loss at 2.08
TRADE WON
Profit £1.50

Denis Istomin vs Samuel Groth
Back Istomin at 1.29 (Achived 1.31)
Lay at 1.10
Stop Loss at 2.16
TRADE WON
Profit £1.81

Edouard Roger-Vasselin vs Federico Delbonis
Back Roger-Vasselin at 1.42
Lay at 1.20
Stop Loss at 2.36
TRADE WON
Profit £1.74

Adrian Mannarino vs Evgeny Donskoy
Lay Mannarino at 1.97
Back at 2.30
Stop Loss at 1.42
TRADE WON
Profit £1.41

Jeremy Chardy vs Marton Fucsovics
Back Chardy at 1.20
Lay at 1.08
Stop Loss at 2.00
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.00

Yvonne Meusburger vs Lesia Tsurenko
Back Meusburger at 1.84
Lay at 1.65
Stop Loss at 3.05
TRADE WON
Profit £1.09

Nastassja Burnett vs Ons Jabeur
Back Burnett at 1.67
Lay at 1.35
Stop Loss at 2.78
TRADE LOST
Loss: £3.99

Sorana Cirstea vs Bojana Jovanovski
Lay Cirstea at 1.58
Back at 1.75
Stop Loss at 1.28
TRADE WON
Profit £1.59

Urszula Radwanska vs Vesna Dolonc
Back Radwanska at 1.41
Lay at 1.20
Stop Loss at 2.36
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.03

Alize Cornet vs Olga Govortsova
Back Cornet at 1.35 (Achieved 1.36)
Lay at 1.20
Stop Loss at 2.26
TRADE WON
Profit £1.27

Varvara Lepchenko vs Timea Babos
Lay Lepchenko at 1.43 (Achieved 1.41)
Back at 1.70
Stop Loss at 1.21
TRADE WON
Profit £3.95

Shuai Peng vs Shahar Peer
Back Peng at 1.43
Lay at 1.20
Stop Loss at 2.38
TRADE WON
Profit £1.82

Selections: 14
Wins: 11 (0 void)
Profit: £7.64

Totals to date:
Selections: 66
Wins: 37 (8 void)
Loss: -£13.92

Filed under Backing,Laying,Trading by David Aston

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Filed under Backing,Horse Racing Systems,Laying by Julian Daniels

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September 17, 2013

Racing Synergy

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Filed under Backing,Betting Bots,Horse Racing Systems,Laying by Graham

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September 16, 2013

Tennis Trading League

16th September 2013 – Day 20

Sam Querrey vs Ivo Karlovic
Lay Querrey at 1.85 (Achieved 1.72)
Back at 2.10
Stop Loss at 1.34
TRADE WON
Profit £2.39

Andrey Goulbev vs Jan Lennard-Struff
Lay Goulbev at 1.90
Back at 2.20
Stop Loss at 1.40
TRADE WON
Profit £1.44

Selections: 2
Wins: 2 (0 void)
Profit: £3.83

Totals to date:
Selections: 52
Wins: 26 (8 void)
Loss: -£21.56

Filed under Backing,Laying,Trading by David Aston

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September 15, 2013

Tennis Trading League

15th September 2013 – Day 19

Bernard Tomic vs Lukasz Kubot
Back Tomic at 1.47
Lay at 1.20
Stop Loss at 2.46
TRADE VOID – Entry point failed to match

Robin Haase vs Jurgen Melzer
Back Haase at 1.53
Lay at 1.20
Stop Loss at 2.56
TRADE VOID – MATCH CANCELLED

Daniel Evans vs Borna Coric
Back Evans at 1.44
Lay at 1.20
Stop Loss at 2.40
TRADE VOID – MATCH CANCELLED

Steve Darcis vs Amir Weintraub
Back Darcis at 1.34
Lay at 1.15
Stop Loss at 2.24
TRADE VOID – Entry point failed to match

Lucie Safarova vs Marina Erakovic
Back Safarova at 1.70
Lay at 1.40
Stop Loss at 2.84
TRADE WON
Profit £2.14

Selections: 5
Wins: 1 (4 void)
Profit: £2.04

Totals to date:
Selections: 50
Wins: 24 (8 void)
Loss: -£25.39

After the various discussions regarding using a stop loss in this review, I found the following on the website after Friday’s results had been updated.

Results:
Verdasco v Dolgopolov: Successful (I can make this successful as this was a 5 set match)

Member:
Not sure if I’m doing something here but I hit the 40% stop loss on Verdasco (opened at 1.51).

Patrick:
You should generally leave the trade open till the middle of the second set. Other factors also need to be considered – a 5 set match on clay in front of his home crowd are all important factors when making decisions.

I’ll not say too much here, but in my opinion, a stop loss, is exactly that.

Filed under Backing,Laying,Trading by David Aston

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September 14, 2013

Tennis Trading League

13th September 2013 – Day 19

Bojana Jovanovski vs Maria Teresa Torro Flor
Lay Jovanovski at 1.68
Back at 2.00
Stop Loss at 1.32
TRADE WON
Profit £2.24

Olga Govortsova vs Mandy Minella
Lay Govortsova at 1.49
Back at 1.65
Stop Loss at 1.25
TRADE LOST
Loss: £3.92

Ivan Dodig vs Daniel Evans
Back Dodig at 1.30
Lay at 1.07
Stop Loss at 2.16
TRADE VOID – Entry point failed to match

Fernando Verdasco vs Alexandr Dolgopolov
Back Verdasco at 1.43 (Achieved 1.47)
Lay at 1.20
Stop Loss at 2.46
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.02

Jurgen Melzer vs Thiemo De Bakker
Back Melzer at 1.74 (Achieved 1.77)
Lay at 1.40
Stop Loss at 2.96
TRADE WON
Profit £2.51

Lleyton Hewitt vs Lukasz Kubot
Back Hewitt at 1.50 (Achieved 1.52)
Lay at 1.25
Stop Loss at 2.54
TRADE WON
Profit £2.05

Milos Raonic vs Janko Tipsarevic
Back Raonic at 1.68
Lay at 1.40
Stop Loss at 2.80
TRADE WON
Profit £1.90

Bernard Tomic vs Michal Przsiezny
Back Tomic at 1.45
Lay at 1.20
Stop Loss at 2.42
TRADE WON
Profit £1.98

Marina Erakvoic vs Ajla Tomljanovic
Back Erakvoic at 1.55
Lay at 1.30
Stop Loss at 2.58
TRADE VOID – Entry point failed to match

Polona Hercog vs Christina Mc Hale
Lay Hercog at 1.74 (Achieved 1.73)
Back at 2.20
Stop Loss at 1.34
TRADE LOST
Loss: £3.99

Lucie Safarova vs Lauren Davis
Back Safarova at 1.47
Lay at 1.20
Stop Loss at 2.46
TRADE WON
Profit £2.14

Selections: 11
Wins: 6 (2 void)
Profit: £0.89

Totals to date:
Selections: 45
Wins: 23 (4 void)
Loss: -£27.43

Finally today, I wanted to say something about the timing of yesterday’s selections. There were two emails, one arrived at just after 11pm on Thursday evening for the early games in Tashkent, the other arrived at 11:55am for the remainder of the day’s selections.

The first selection for the Davis Cup (Ivan Dodig vs Daniel Evans) was set to start at 12:00. Not a lot of time to get organised before the match started. In the end however, the trade was void, as the odds on Dodig never reached the entry point before hitting what would have been the exit point.

I will be unable to follow Saturday’s selections due to some family commitments, but will be back with whatever is advised for Sunday.

Filed under Backing,Laying,Trading by David Aston

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