Sunday, 3 November 2013

Weekly Overview (23)

This week's breakdown...

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga didn't last long in Paris and neither did his hopes of reaching the World Tour Finals in London next week. Tsonga lost out to Kei Nishikori in a third set tie-break. Tsonga had two match points, one of which he double faulted away and the other which was saved by a Nishikori second serve ace. The last four points of the match ended double fault (Tsonga), second serve ace (Nishikori), first serve ace (Nishikori), double fault (Tsonga).

The Fed Cup was decided today which meant this selection could be settled...

Italy went off as short as 1/33 favorites after we were able to jump on the 1/2 available ahead of time before bookmakers caught on to the likely news that Russia would be missing many of their best players for various reasons. In the end Italy won 3-0 as expected but not without being given a huge scare in the first rubber where Alexandra Panova produced a display of quality and fight against Roberta Vinci. The Italian eventually prevailed 8-6 in the third set after Panova had served for the match three times. Sara Errani finished off the tie with straight sets victories in the second and third live rubbers. 

Off the court Flavia Pennetta stole the show

Earlier in the week The Overrule conducted a breakdown of how we have performed this season across various categories and against closing lines on Pinnacle. During the breakdown it became evident that there had been a three point staking error during the Australian Open where a three point void selection had been included in the overall stake performance. This has now been rectified and all numbers are now correct. The slight over staking of those three points meant our ROI for the season has been marginally lower than it actually was.

Weekly performance - Stake: 6.00 Profit/Loss: +1.50 ROI: 25.00%

Season performance - Stake: 326.50 Profit/Loss: +32.56 ROI: 9.97%

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