Unique surfaces are just one of the facets to Bet Tennis for an advantage against the sportsbooks. Happy Monday as we leave the grass court season by Wimbledon concluding on Sunday. Serena got her 22nd slam title while Andy Murray with Ivan Lendl in his corner captured the men’s title. Now we start the hard court season to the eventual march to the US Open. Let us see how a truer bounce and court conditions will benefit most in the field while deterring a few grass court specialists. All of this for you right now at BookieStar.
Bet Tennis : Lay of the Land
Want to know whom to tail and which ones might fail for the hard court season? Go to the futures of both tournaments and the US Open at America’s Bookie. Compare the prices with the world rankings for the start of perspective in the hard court season. Let us take for example what happened at Wimbledon. Novak got upset early by a hard serving Sam Querrey while Andy Murray won the title. Prices for the future in the US Open are…
- Novak Djokovic -125
- Andy Murray +350
- Roger Federer +700
- Stan Wawrinka +1600
- Milos Raonic +1600
We can see from here the lessening of emphasis on the serve. It is still a potent weapon on the men’s side but is no longer the one trick pony that can carry you to victory. Truth be told, Raonic should have a little bit of an even higher price but him making his first Grand Slam Final will have some following him now for his next breakthrough.
Andy vs Novak : Still Favored
Even in the face of having Lendl back in his camp, Andy Murray is second string to Novak in the futures. Deduce why and this type of thinking will help you in your tennis wagering decisions. Murray’s return of serve becomes slightly less important on hard courts. Just getting the ball back against a player like Raonic diminishes in importance. It becomes more about point construction than mere reflexes. Novak is superior in that and the fitness aspect. Hence he gets the nod and the lower price for this tennis future.
A wide world of profit exists each and every week in tennis wagering. Now that we are starting the hard court season, a subtle tweaking of our handicapping process is needed to keep the success building upon itself. Good fortune in this and we will see you next time here at BookieStar.com.