November 27th, 2013
The Underdog 2 Comments »
Reading tennis trading markets.
If you’re new to tennis trading this is perhaps one of the first questions that you would ask yourself, after you notice that laying and backing randomly is not a profitable solution. As a rule of thumb a profitable tennis trading strategy would be one that returns a higher percentage of winning trades compared to the red ones, while using the same stake.
In my opinion one of your first goals as a beginning tennis trader, considering that you are already familiarized with the basics of tennis trading, is to try and implement a strategy that brings you profit. Once you manage to have a green average you can start tweaking your game plan in order to increase winnings. Read more »
November 12th, 2013
The Underdog 3 Comments »
Djokovic vs Federer London Trade.
The 2013 tennis season has almost ended. The Davis Cup is the last competition left to establish its Winners. The Final will be unfolding this weekend in Belgrade, Serbia. Novak Djokovic, former World No. 1 and the main player of the Serb team has just managed to successfully defend his World Tour Finals title. I did manage to trade one of his Round Robin matches against the already legendary, Roger Federer. Read more »
November 1st, 2013
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Cilic vs Del Potro 2013 Paris Masters Trade.
After a long break from trading I’m back this week for the Paris Masters. Haven’t uploaded this blog, to my shame, for the past 3 months. However, I’m now posting a small but profitable trade. It’s nothing spectacular this time, as I performed the classical scalp the serve technique on the Del Potro vs Marin Cilic match counting for the early rounds of the Paris Masters.
It’s the last Masters Series 1000 event of the season, played on indoor hardcourts of the Palais omnisports de Paris-Bercy. This means that breaks should be a rare occurrence especially in balanced matches. Read more »
August 28th, 2013
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Verdasco vs Dodig US Open trade.
The 2013 US Open is underway since Monday and I finally can get a window for my first post about in-play tennis trading at Flushing Meadows. There are lot of matches and opportunities to trade on, during these early stages of the Championships. The best one which seemed available caught my attention when Verdasco went 2 sets down against Dodig. The Spaniard was clear favorite to win the encounter, especially after a good summer and a great Wimbledon appearance, so I sensed the high possibility of a momentum change. Read more »