23rd September 2013 – Day 27

The world of tennis has almost fully decamped to the Far East now, so the number of matches fully reviewed will be in the minority.

Eugenie Bouchard vs Monica Puig
Advice – Lay Bouchard
Bouchard won first set 6:0, would have had to use stop loss very quickly.

Varvara Lepchenko vs Misaki Doi
Advice – Back Lepchenko
Although Lepchenko lost her serve in the fourth game, she did break Doi twice, and won the first set in a tie-break. From previous experience, I would suspect that the trade would have probably closed at that point. Good job too, Lepchenko was bageled in the second set, ad went on to lose the match!

Kristina Mladenovic vs Casey Dellacqua
Advice – Back Mladenovic
Mladenovic was a break down in the first set on two occasions, going onto lose it 5:7. As she lost the second set as well, the stop loss would have been enforced at some point.

Laura Robson vs Ayumi Morita
Advice – Back Robson
Laura was a break down twice during the first set, losing a tie break, and in due course, the match. Stop loss would have been used at some point.

Flavia Pennetta vs Daniella Hantuchova
Advice – Back Pennetta
Pennetta lost her serve in the second game, was 0:3 down, then won seven games in a row. Would think the stop loss would not have been reached in these circumstances.

Francesca Schiavone vs Aleksandra Wozniak
Advice – Back Schiavone
Wozniak lost her serve on the first three occasions, to go 0:5 down. Trade would have won by this point.

Kimiko Data-Krumm vs Anastasia Rodionova
Advice – Lay Date-Krumm
Rodionova was 0:3 down in the first set, which was eventually lost 2:6. The stop loss would have come into play at this point, even if not before.

Irina-Camelia Begu vs Saisai Zheng
Advice – Back Begu
Flash scores do not show a point by point breakdown here, but as Begu lost 4:6; 1:6, I would think that the trade lost.

Alexandra Dulgheru vs Lesia Tsurenko
Advice – Back Dulgheru
Flash scores do not show a point by point breakdown. She did lose the first set on a tie-break, but did go onto win the second and third sets 6:2; 6:2. Without the breakdown, difficult to say whether the stop loss would have been reached.

Petra Cetkovska vs Qiang Wang
Advice – Back Cetkovska
Flash scores do not show a point by point breakdown. Cetkovska won 6:4; 6:1, and on the face of things a profitable trade would seem to be the outcome.

The above three matched were from the women’s Challenger your from Ningbo in China, and from reports elsewhere, this is one of the first occasions that Betfair have carried one of these tournaments.

Today’s monitored trades…

Daniel Brands vs Adrian Mannarino
Back Brands at 1.63 (Achieved 1.67)
Lay at 1.30
Stop Loss at 2.78
TRADE LOST
Loss: £3.99

Federico Delbonis vs Hyeon Chung
Back Delbonis at 1.36
Lay at 1.15
Stop Loss at 2.26
TRADE WON
Profit £1.73

Jarkko Nieminen vs Igor Sijsling
Back Nieminen at 1.55
Lay at 1.30
Stop Loss at 2.58
TRADE LOST
Loss: £3.99

Shuai Peng vs Risa Ozaki
Back Peng at 1.54
Lay at 1.20
Stop Loss at 2.56
TRADE WON
Profit £2.69

Jie Zheng vs Olga Puchkova
Back Zheng at 1.30
Lay at 1.15
Stop Loss at 2.16
TRADE WON
Profit £1.24

Selections: 5
Wins: 3 (0 void)
Loss: -£2.32

Totals to date:
Selections: 113
Wins: 56 (9 void)
Loss: -£69.91