Sunday, 9 June 2013

French Open Overview

The second Grand Slam of the year is in the books and you know what we do next;

Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams both made good on their pre-tournament favoritism by leaving Paris with the biggest smiles on their faces. In fact it was two outright selections advised on The Overrule that caused them to sweat most. Novak Djokovic was our only men's outright selection at 5/2 and it took 9-7 in a deciding set for the now eight time French Open champion to see him off.

On the women's side it was Svetlana Kuznetsova - who The Overrule advised at 150/1 each-way back in January - who gave Williams her biggest test. The Russian was one point away from a double break lead in the third set but Williams was able to reverse her fortunes by winning six of the last seven games. The Overrule's other women's outright selections - Nadia Petrova (500/1), Sam Stosur (20/1) and Li Na (14/1) - all fell far earlier than we would have hoped with none of them going beyond the third round.

French Open performance - Stake: 45.50 Profit/Loss: +1.95 ROI: 4.29%

Season performance - Stake: 165.50 Profit/Loss: +52.36 ROI: 31.64%

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