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October 8, 2013

Tennis Trading League

8th October 2013 – Day 42

Today’s early trades..

Ayumi Morita vs Luksika Kumkhun
Advice – Back Morita
Two breaks of serve in the first set, both by Morita, who lost the set 2:6. She never led the match, apart from the very first game, so the stop loss would have been deployed.

Madison Keys vs Anna Schmiedlova
Advice – Back Keys
Just one break of the Schmiedlova serve, with Keys winning the first set 6:3, a winning trade achieved.

Shuai Zhang vs Anabel Medina-Garrigues
Advice – Back Zhang
Zhang won the first set 6:0, a straightforward winning trade.

Fabio Fognini vs Paolo Lorenzi
Back Fognini at 1.28
Lay at 1.10
Stop Loss at 2.14
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.02

Gilles Simon vs Benoit Paire
Back Simon at 1.51
Lay at 1.25
Stop Loss at 2.52
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.01

Bernard Tomic vs Jeremy Chardy
Lay Tomic at 1.56
Back at 1.75
Stop Loss at 1.27
TRADE WON
Profit £1.84

Laura Robson vs Kimiko Date-Krumm
Lay Robson at 1.73 (Achieved 1.71)
Back at 2.00
Stop Loss at 1.34
TRADE LOST
Loss: £3.89

Aleksandra Wozniak vs Kristina Mladenovic
Lay Wozniak at 1.98 (Achieved 1.91)
Back at 2.25
Stop Loss at 1.42
TRADE LOST
Loss: £3.79

Dominika Cibulkova vs Annika Beck
Lay Cibulkova at 1.38
Back at 1.65
Stop Loss at 1.20
TRADE LOST
Loss: £3.95

Selections: 6
Wins: 1 (0 void)
Loss: -£17.82

Totals to date:
Selections: 204
Wins: 116 (10 void)
Loss: -£50.74

Filed under Backing,Laying,Trading by David Aston

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October 7, 2013

Tennis Trading League

7th October 2013 – Day 41

Today’s overnight trades:

Vania King vs Luksika Kumkhum
Advice – Back King
As this was a qualifying match for the main tournament in Osaka, there is no detailed information on Flash Scores. As King lost the match 3:6; 5:7, this trade was probably lost.

Barbora Zahlavova-Strycova vs Zarina Diyas
Advice Back Zahlavova-Strycova
Same issue here, but Zahlavova-Strycova won the match 6:3; 6:2. So I would think that this trade probably won.

Monica Puig vs Heather Watson
Advice – Back Puig
The first set was riddled with breaks of serve – five in total. Puig was never behind in the first set, so a winning trade to be has here.

Eugenie Bouchard vs Varvara Lepchenko
Advice – Back Bouchard
The Lepchenko serve was broken twice in the first six games, to be 1:5 down. No doubts behind a winning trade.

Janko Tipsarevic vs Marcel Granollers-Pujol
Back Tipsarevic at 1.53
Lay at 1.30
Stop Loss at 2.56
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.02

Gael Monfils vs Tatsuma Ito
Back Monfils at 1.22
Lay at 1.07
Stop Loss at 2.04
TRADE WON
Profit £1.33

Tommy Haas vs Sam Querrey
Back Haas at 1.61
Lay at 1.40
Stop Loss at 2.68
TRADE WON
Profit £1.43

There was one more trade advised for today, but the match appears to have been put back by 24 hours. Will report on that match once it has been played.

Selections: 3
Wins: 2 (0 void)
Loss: -£1.26

Totals to date:
Selections: 198
Wins: 115 (10 void)
Loss: -£32.92

Filed under Backing,Laying,Trading by David Aston

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October 6, 2013

Tennis Trading League

6th October 2013 – Day 40

Just the three trades on the agenda for today, only the first one was too early in the day.

Juan Martin Del Potro vs Milos Raonic
Advice – Back Del Potro
A close first set, with no breaks of serve, break points only in the seventh game of the set, on the Del Potro serve. The game went to a tiebreak, Del Potro losing the first point, but breaking Raonic twice to take the set. Would have expected some movement in Del Potro’s price, but not enough I would have thought to invoke the stop loss.

Novak Djokovic vs Rafael Nadal
Back Djokovic at 1.78
Lay at 1.50
Stop Loss at 2.96
TRADE WON
Profit £1.77

Serena Williams vs Jelena Jankovic
Back Williams at 1.12
Lay at 1.05
Stop Loss at 1.87
TRADE WON
Profit £0.63

Selections: 2
Wins: 2 (0 void)
Profit: £2.40

Totals to date:
Selections: 195
Wins: 113 (10 void)
Loss: -£31.66

Filed under Backing,Laying,Trading by David Aston

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October 5, 2013

Tennis Trading League

5th October 2013 – Day 39

Today’s trades that completed before I was up and about…

Milos Raonic vs Ivan Dodig
Advice – Lay Raonic
The first set had no breaks of serve, and only one break point, on Dodig’s serve. The tie break went to Raonic, so will go out on a limb here, and would feel that the trade lost.

Rafael Nadal vs Tomas Berdych
Advice – Lay Nadal
Berdych lost the opening game of the match, only to break Nadal straight away, only to lose his serve again in the fifth game.

That is nearly all she wrote here, as Berdych retired at the end of the sixth game with a back problem. Trade void.

Juan Martin Del Potro vs Nicolas Almagro
Advice – Back Del Potro
Almagro lost the first game of the match only to break Del Potro in game 4. Although Del Potro lost one serve during the tiebreak, he did go on to win the set, so a winning trade achieved.

Novak Djokovic vs Richard Gasquet
Lay Djokovic at 1.12
Back at 1.35
Stop Loss at 1.07
TRADE WON
Profit £13.49

Petra Kvitova vs Jelena Jankovic
Back Kvitova at 1.58 (Achieved 1.60)
Lay at 1.30
Stop Loss at 2.66
TRADE WON
Profit £2.19

Serena Williams vs Agnieska Radwanska
Back Williams at 1.16
Lay at 1.04
Stop Loss at 1.93
TRADE WON
Profit £1.10

Selections: 3
Wins: 3 (0 void)
Profit: £16.78

Totals to date:
Selections: 193
Wins: 111 (10 void)
Loss: -£34.06

Filed under Backing,Laying,Trading by David Aston

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October 4, 2013

Tennis Trading League

4th October 2013 – Day 38

Just the one pre-daylight trade for today..

Ivan Dodig vs Jarkko Nieminen
Advice – Lay Dodig
Nieminen lost his serve twice in the first set, the first in the opening game, before going onto lose the set 2:6. The only result here is the stop loss being used.

Kei Nishikori vs Nicolas Almagro
Back Nishikori at 1.65 (Achieved 1.67)
Lay at 1.35
Stop Loss at 2.78
TRADE WON
Profit £2.25

Tomas Berdych vs John Isner
Back Berdych at 1.67
Lay at 1.35
Stop Loss at 2.78
TRADE WON
Profit £2.25

Juan Martin Del Potro vs Alexandr Dolgopolov
Lay Del Potro at 1.22
Back at 1.50
Stop Loss at 1.12
TRADE WON
Profit £8.06

Richard Gasquet vs David Ferrer
Lay Gasquet at 1.80
Back at 2.20
Stop Loss at 1.36
TRADE WON
Profit £2.16

Jelena Jankovic vs Lucie Safarova
Lay Jankovic at 1.70
Back at 2.00
Stop Loss at 1.33
TRADE WON
Profit £1.85

Li Na vs Petra Kvitova
Back Na at 1.40
Lay at 1.20
Stop Loss at 2.34
TRADE WON
Profit £1.58

Serena Williams vs Caroline Wozniacki
Back Williams at 1.20
Lay at 1.08
Stop Loss at 2.00
TRADE WON
Profit £1.06

Agnieska Radwanska vs Angelique Kerber
Back Radwanska at 1.72
Lay at 1.40
Stop Loss at 2.86
TRADE WON
Profit £2.17

Selections: 8
Wins: 8 (0 void)
Profit: £2.14

Totals to date:
Selections: 190
Wins: 108 (10 void)
Loss: -£50.84

Filed under Backing,Laying,Trading by David Aston

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October 4, 2013

DoomMeister Trading Lounge

Now seems the perfect time to post a reminder about this superb service as they opened the doors for the new season on 1st October.

I originally reviewed this back in March and gave it the thumbs up, this was quickly followed by an influx of positive comments from his paying customers (see comments at end of my March review). My one and only regret with this service is that due to circs beyond my control I’m unable to use it full time myself.

What we have here is Trading advice rather than outright tipping service. Whilst you do not need to be an expert, you do require a reasonable level of experience in how trading on the exchanges works and although this is based on and sold through a German language website, Doom himself is English and always gives his advice in plain, easy to read and understand English. You can easily muddle through dealing with website navigation by using a translation website.

 

Doom advises Correct Score trades as well as taking on the ScoreCast and First/Last Goalscorer. He is also a dab hand at trading on the horses and provides members with Back-To-Lay trades during the afternoon as well as some juicy priced bets to play on the Win & Place markets.

As I said back in March, it’s not really possible to blog this as an ongoing trial as everybody will get different results as they trade in and out to suit themselves and as Doom regularly points out, he puts up all the potential trades he can spot but in no way expects members to take every one of them. you pick and choose to suit your own opinion of how the game will play out.

 

To give you an idea of what to expect, I have copied over his introduction and the advice he gave out for yesterday’s Europa League games. I think that’s the best way for you to judge. As you can see from the bottom line of his advice, there is also a Live Chat element to the service where Doom, his members and the site’s admin all chat over how games are progressing and share the opinions on getting in/out of trades etc. As you would expect, a fair bit of the chat is in German but ALL Doom’s comments are in English, a good number of the members speak English as well as site Admin. Again, having a translation site open so you can copy and paste little bits would help. You can keep up without constantly worrying that you’re missing something.

Doom’s intro to the new season:

“Thank you Admin and also Thank YOU for Signing up to the Doommeister Service. There’s no need for me to make a long introduction as many of you know who I am by now but for those that are new to me I will just say this – Don’t expect too many SHORT ODDS from the Advices, I am a Trader by heart, not a Gambler and I’m always on the lookout for VALUE. I hit many double-priced WINNERS in both Specialist Sports of Football and Horse Racing alike and a great example of this is as recent as Monday this week where I Advised (Free of charge I might add) the Trades of EVERTON to Win 2-0,2-1,3-0,3-1,3-2. Not only did 3-0 Trade into 50 percent of it’s initial Starting Price but 3-1 Traded into 1.25 from 18.00 and 3-2 came in at a very decent 30.00/32.00 ;)

Today we see the return of the Giants of the Champions League but although these Games are tempting to Bet/Trade on I would rather have something with a little more Form – Hence for CORRECT SCORE Betting I will be looking at a few choice English Championship Games. That’s not to say I will be ignoring the CL’s and you will find my Advices below along with a few In-Running suggestions. There’s also Correct Score’s here too for those who simply cannot go without a Bet at larger Odds in these Games!

Horse Racing will follow on for this Afternoon and once again I tend to look for Runners at big Odds that have the potential to Trade lower In-Running (Called a Back-to-Lay Bet.) I also find VALUE Each-Way Bets (Win and Place Market) and also take on many False Favourites at low Prices.

The best of luck with whatever you happen to Follow. Just remember to AGREE with yourself when Betting and if you don’t like what you see then simply give it a miss and move onto the next set of Bets. I always Back/Lay with SOUND REASONING and you won’t find anything too un-realistic here.

Thank you once again for Signing up to me and the best of Luck and I’ll see you later this Afternoon in the PRIVATE CHAT ROOM. ”

 

I decided to post up Thursday’s Europa as it seems the best way to give you the most info as he covered quite a few games, it is NOT for any “Cherry Picking” reasons, although it did go pretty well. Here it is in full:

 

“ANZI V’S TOTTENHAM – The Russians are not the force of old that they were and have lost the likes of Eto’o and Zhirkov just recently. Spurs on the other hand are at the top of there Game right now and despite no previous Meeting played between these two I have no doubts that they can score a couple tonight. The best the Home side could do is to produce a DRAW and it’s possible it could be a high scoring one.

 

BACK 0-1,1-1,0-2,1-2,2-2 @ 7.60,10.00,7.60,10.00,28.00

LYON V’S GUIMARAES – Looks every inch an UNDERS Game and actually possible it could go either way.

 

BACK 0-0,0-1,1-0,2-0 @ 12.00,20.00,6.60,7.60 AND TRADE THE 0-0. YOU COULD ALSO RISK THE 1-0,2-0 ALONE.

 

RACING GENK V’S THUN – This shouldn’t be a problem for the In-Form Belgium side and they could probably Win to nil tonight.

 

BACK 1-0,1-1,2-0,2-1 @ 8.60,7.80,10.50,9.20 OR TAKE A CHANCE WITH THE 1-0,2-0 ONLY

SEVILLA V’S FREIBURG – My Outsider of the day here Folks, not only are SEVILLA the STRONG Form side here Wininng two of there last three Home Games by an emphatic 4-1 Score line but the Germans are low on confidence right now and lost there last Away Game 5-0 to Dortmund.

 

There’s every chance that SEVILLA will Win this just 2-0,2-1 BUT the potential for them to Win by a much higher Score line is also there. Well worth a risk at the Prices below but also be prepared to take a close-but-no-cigar hit if playing the Outside Scores on this one.

BACK 2-0,2-1,3-0,3-1 @ 8.80,9.60,11.50,13.00 – TRADE EVERY SCORE LINE.

 

OR BACK 3-0,3-1,4-0,4-1 @ 11.50,13.00,17.00,20.00 – TRADE THE 3-0,3-1 SCORE LINES AND HOPEFULLY A LATE HIGH PRICED WINNER.

RAPID VIENNA V’S DYNAMO KIEV – Could be another high scorer here and BOTH sides certain to be involved. RAPID’S last two For and Against are 4,4 whilst DYNAMO’S is 5-4 in there favour.

 

All in all I feel there’s great POTENTIAL for this to finish either a high scoring DRAW or WIN in either Team’s (Probably DYNAMO) favour.

 

BACK 2-2,2-3,3-2 @ 17.00,32.00,44.00

TRABZONSPOR V’S LAZIO – Like the Juventus, Galatasaray Game from just yesterday we have ANOTHER Turkish/Italy encounter which could finish as a high scoring Draw. The Turkish side are actually the FORM side here however so a Home Win is also a possibility. This is also the type of Game to Take on EITHER SIDE (Especially LAZIO) should they go ahead by two Goals.

 

LAY EITHER SIDE WHEN TWO GOALS UP AND AT LEAST FIFTEEN MINUTES OF PLAY TO GO.

 

BACK 2-0,1-2,2-1,2-2 @ 12.50,16.00,11.50,17.50

Six of the best here Folks and plenty for you to consider. I don’t advise Backing EVERY Game (Entirely up to you) but there’s certain to be something here that appeals to you. The best of luck and I shall see you in the CHAT ROOM later this Evening for a more hands-on approach. ”

 

As you can see there’s enormous scope for trades there. You don’t take all the games, just the ones you think make sense to how you feel about them.

This really is something you need to consider joining if you like trading rather than outright betting and are available to trade the games as they play out. You also have the added attraction of the afternoon Horse Racing action. It’s not really designed to a complete novice at the trading game but as stated before you only really need to understand how trading works.

At €42 a month, this is good value for money and I’m deeply irritated that I can’t take full advantage myself due to time constraints.

 

You can join Doom’s service here:

http://www.cash-master.com/DoomMeister.php

Filed under Football,Horse Racing Systems,Trading by Liam

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October 3, 2013

Tennis Trading League

3rd October 2013 – Day 37

The day’s overnight trades..

Edouard Roger-Vasselin vs Lukas Lacko
Advice – Back Roger-Vasselin
No breaks or break points on the Lacko serve in the first set. Roger-Vasselin lost the last game of the first set to lose the set 5:7. He never led the match. Stop loss would have been deployed after the end of the first set.

Stanislas Wawrinka vs Sam Querrey
Advice – Back Wawrinka
Wawrinka lost his service on the fifth game of the match, and was not in the lead of the match after that point. Stop loss would have been deployed after the end of the first set.

Jelena Jankovic vs Carla Suarez-Navarro
Advice – Back Jankovic
Nice and simple here – Suarez-Navarro bagelled not once but twice. A straightforward winning trade.

Kei Nishikori vs Feliciano Lopez
Back Nishikori at 1.50
Lay at 1.20
Stop Loss at 2.50
TRADE WON
Profit £2.38

Richard Gasquet vs Bernard Tomic
Back Gasquet at 1.29
Lay at 1.10
Stop Loss at 2.16
TRADE WON
Profit £1.64

David Ferrer vs Marinko Matsoevic
Back Ferrer at 1.37
Lay at 1.16
Stop Loss at 2.28
TRADE WON
Profit £1.72

Lucie Safarova vs Andrea Petkovic
Back Safarova at 1.86 (Achieved 1.90)
Lay at 1.45
Stop Loss at 3.15
TRADE WON
Profit £2.95

Angelique Kerber vs Roberta Vinci
Back Kerber at 1.51
Lay at 1.30
Stop Loss at 2.52
TRADE WON
Profit £1.53

Agnieszka Radwanska vs Polona Hercog
Lay Radwanska at 1.28
Back at 1.60
Stop Loss at 1.15
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.04

Caroline Wozniacki vs Sloane Stephens
Lay Wozniacki at 1.58
Back at 1.75
Stop Loss at 1.28
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.04

Selections: 7
Wins: 5 (0 void)
Profit: £2.14

Totals to date:
Selections: 182
Wins: 100 (10 void)
Loss: -£72.22

Filed under Backing,Laying,Trading by David Aston

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October 2, 2013

Tennis Trading League

2nd October 2013 – Day 36

Firstly, the trades I was unable to monitor..

Lleyton Hewitt vs Fabio Fognini
Advice – Lay Hewitt
Hewitt was “Bageled” in the first set (0:6). I would suspect a very quick and easy trade.

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga vs Ivan Dodig
Advice – Lay Tsonga
Tsonga lost his serve in the third game of the first set, and not in front after that. A straightforward win.

Svetlana Kuznetsova vs Andrea Petkovic
Advice – Lay Kuznetsova
Another ladies’ match with service breaks all over the place, five in total. Petkovic lost her first two service games to be 0:3 down, only to come back to three all. She then lost her serve in the seventh game, and went onto lose the set 4:6. If the stop loss had not been hit with the double break, then Kuznetsova winning the set would have done.

Jarkko Nieminen vs Michal Przysiezny
Lay Nieminen at 1.40 (Achieved 1.37)
Back at 1.65
Stop Loss at 1.19
TRADE WON
Profit £4.36

Alexandr Dolgopolov vs Janko Tipsarevic
Back Dolgopolov at 1.71 (Achieved 1.73)
Lay at 1.45
Stop Loss at 2.88
TRADE WON
Profit £1.83

John Isner vs Roberto Bautista-Agut
Back Isner at 1.55
Lay at 1.30
Stop Loss at 2.58
TRADE WON
Profit £1.83

Jelena Jankovic vs Galina Voskoboeva
Back Jankovic at 1.31
Lay at 1.15
Stop Loss at 2.18
TRADE WON
Profit £1.32

Ana Ivanovic vs Polona Hercog
Back Ivanovic at 1.33
Lay at 1.15
Stop Loss at 2.22
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.01

Agnieska Radwanska vs Madison Keys
Back Radwanska at 1.31 (Achieved 1.32)
Lay at 1.15
Stop Loss at 2.20
TRADE WON
Profit £1.40

Petra Kvitova vs Sara Errani
Back Kvitova at 1.43
Lay at 1.20
Stop Loss at 2.38
TRADE WON
Profit £1.82

Li Na vs Sabine Lisicki
Back Na at 1.39
Lay at 1.15
Stop Loss at 2.32
TRADE WON
Profit £1.98

Selections: 8
Wins: 7 (0 void)
Profit: £10.53

Totals to date:
Selections: 175
Wins: 95 (10 void)
Loss: -£74.36

Filed under Backing,Laying,Trading by David Aston

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October 1, 2013

Tennis Trading League

1st October 2013 – Day 35

Firstly, today’s nocturnal trades

Carlos Berlocq vs Pablo Cuevas
Advice – Lay Berlocq
Berlocq won a very close first set on a tie-break. Looking through the details of the set, his serve was never troubled, unlike his opponent, where there were several games with break points. Cannot see anything but a losing trade here.

Ryan Harrison vs Horacio Zeballos
Advice – Back Harrison
Harrison was in front in the match just once in the first set, after one game. He lost the set 1:6, losing his serve three times in the process. He also lost his first service game in the second set, and at one point was 0:3 down in the second. Again, a losing trade the outcome.

Kevin Anderson vs Lukas Lacko
Advice – Back Anderson
Harrison was a short priced favourite here, and broke Lacko in the opening game, and the trade was looking at halve. If the target was not matched with the break, then I would believe the trade would have lost, as Lacko broke Anderson twice to win the first set 4:6, and was never behind after that.

Ivan Dodig vs Yuichi Sugita
Advice – Back Dodig
A much easier to read this match. Dodi broke Sugita in the fourth game, and was never behind. A winning trade here.

Kei Nishikori vs Jurgen Melzer
Advice – Back Nishikori
Nishikori lost his serve in the seventh game, and lost the set eventually on a tiebreak. He lost his serve in the second game of the second set. If the stop loss was not met on the loss of the first set, I am sure that the break in the second would have seen it deployed.

Gilles Simon vs Marcel Granollers-Pujol
Advice – Back Simon
Match cancelled, Simon withdrew.

Mikhail Youzhny vs Sam Querrey
Advice – Back Youzhny
Two consecutive breaks of serve, first by Youzhny, who then lost the first set on a tie break. He then went onto lose his service game in the second game of the second set, so if the stop loss had not already been deployed, then it would have been done here for another loss on the day.

Stanislas Wawrinka vs Andreas Seppi
Advice – Lay Wawrinka
Wawrinka lost the seventh game of the first set, and eventually the first set 4:6. A winning trade to be found here.

Fernando Verdasco vs Somdev Devvarman
Advice – Back Verdasco
Verdasco broke the Devvarman serve in the opening game, and although dropping his serve to go 5:5, went onto win the set in a tiebreak. So, if the early break didn’t produce a win, then at would surely have happened with the set going his way.

Carla Suarez-Navarro vs Davis
Advice – Back Suarez-Navarro
Suarez-Navarro was a heavy favourite here, the first set seeing no less than five service breaks, three for Davis. As Suarez-Navarro was not behind, the trade would surely have won during the set, if not when the set was won.

Yen-Shun Lu vs Nikolay Davydenko
Lay Lu at 1.50
Back at 1.75
Stop Loss at 1.25
TRADE WON
Profit £2.71

Roberta Vinci vs Shuai Zhang
Lay Vinci at 1.65
Back at 1.85
Stop Loss at 1.31
TRADE WON
Profit £1.58

Sloane Stephens vs Eugenie Bouchard
Back Stephens at 1.95
Lay at 1.50
Stop Loss at 3.25
TRADE WON
Profit £2.85

Caroline Wozniacki vs Monica Niculescu
Lay Wozniacki at 1.17
Back at 1.50
Stop Loss at 1.10
TRADE LOST
Loss: £3.74

Angelique Kerber vs Laura Robson
Lay Kerber at 1.35
Back at 1.60
Stop Loss at 1.18
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.12

Li Na vs Bojana Jovanovski
Back Na at 1.20
Lay at 1.06
Stop Loss at 2.00
TRADE WON
Profit £1.25

Selections: 6
Wins: 4 (0 void)
Profit: £0.53

Totals to date:
Selections: 167
Wins: 88 (10 void)
Loss: -£84.89

Filed under Backing,Laying,Trading by David Aston

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September 30, 2013

Tennis Trading League

30th September 2013 – Day 34

As usual, we’ll start with the day’s early games..

Bernard Tomic vs Ze Zhang
Advice – Back Tomic
Whilst Tomic lost his second service game, and was 1:3 down, pulled level at 5:5. There was then a break of serve for each before heading into a tie break. Tomic was 5:2 up during the tie break, so I would have thought that the trade would have won at this point.

Alexandr Dolgopolov vs Daniel Brands
Advice – Back Dolgopolov
Dolgopolov won the first set 6:3, breaking the Brands serve twice, without being behind. No issues with the trade in my view.

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga vs Gael Monfils
Advice – Back Tsonga
Monfils lost his first service game in the second game of the match, losing the first set without ever being in front. A straight forward trade is what I would have expected here.

Bojana Jovanovski vs Sorana Cirstea
Advice – Lay Jovanovski
Cirstea lost her two opening service games, to go 0:3 down, and was never ahead in the match. The stop loss would have been deployed.

Ana Ivanoic vs Flavia Pennetta
Advice – Back Ivanovic
Ana lost her first two service games, and was 1:5 down at one point, before coming back to win the set on a tie break. With this performance, I would expect the stop loss to be hit.

Onto those trades that took place a little later in the day…

Tommy Robredo vs Fabio Fognini
Back Robredo at 1.51
Lay at 1.25
Stop Loss at 2.52
TRADE WON
Profit £1.98

Jarkko Nieminen vs Juan Monaco
Back Nieminen at 1.76
Lay at 1.45
Stop Loss at 2.94
TRADE LOST
Loss: £4.01

Tommy Haas vs Lleyton Hewitt
Back Haas at 1.64
Lay at 1.25
Stop Loss at 2.74
TRADE WON
Profit £2.96

Shuai Zhang vs Shuai Peng
Back Zhang at 1.75
Lay at 1.40
Stop Loss at 2.92
TRADE WON
Profit £2.38

Svetlana Kuznetsova vs Su-Wei Hsieh
Back Kuznetsova at 1.30
Lay at 1.12
Stop Loss at 2.16
TRADE WON
Profit £1.53

Sara Errani vs Misaki Doi
Back Errani at 1.22 (Achieved 1.25)
Lay at 1.12
Stop Loss at 2.08
TRADE WON
Profit £1.39

Lucie Safarova vs Kaia Kanepi
Back Safarova at 1.64
Lay at 1.30
Stop Loss at 2.74
TRADE WON
Profit £2.48

Selections: 7
Wins: 6 (0 void)
Profit: £8.71

Totals to date:
Selections: 161
Wins: 84 (10 void)
Loss: -£85.42

Filed under Backing,Laying,Trading by David Aston

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