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Shanghai Masters 1000 Review

Nikolay Davydenko rewarded Bettorlogic followers as he claimed the third Masters title of his career and took our profit for the tournament to 126% from 13 calls.

Nikolay Davydenko wins the Shanghai Masters

 

Juan Martin Del Potro was our other pick for the title and he was one of several players to retire injured. However, Davydenko came through a relatively easy section of the draw before beating Novak Djokovic and Rafeal Nadal in the semis and final to return at 21.0 e/w. This would have given a £140 profit from a level £10 stake on Del Potro and £5 e/w on Davydenko.

Our match previews got off to an excellent start last week and finished with a profit of 22% from 11 calls with six wins, one push, three losses, and one half-win and half-loss. Level £10 stakes (or split £5 stakes where recommended) would have yielded a profit of £24.10.

Player 1 Player 2 Market Call Odds Result Stake
Del Potro - Outright Winner 6.50 Loss 1
Davydenko - Outright Winner 21.00 Win 0.5
Davydenko - Outright Finalist 11.00 Win 0.5
Ljubicic
Soderling
Benneteau
Hanescu
Match Outcome Double, P 1 Win 1.80 Win 1
Troicki Monaco Match Outcome P 1 Win 1.85 Win 1
Safin Berdych Match Outcome P 1 Win 3.50 Loss 0.5
Safin Berdych To win a set P 1 Win 1.83 Win 0.5
Nadal Blake Over/Under +21.5 games 1.80 Win 1
Melzer Lopez Match Outcome P 1 Win 1.72 Loss 1
Davydenko Gonzalez Sets 2-0 2.38 Win 1
Stepanek Wawrinka Match Outcome P 1 Win 1.75 Win 1
Davydenko Stepanek Games handicap P 1 -3.5 games 1.91 Win 1
Soderling Davydenko Lopez Stepanek Match Outcome Double, P 1 Win 1.68 Loss 1
Nadal Lopez To win a set P 2 Win 3.25 Push 1
Nadal Davydenko Sets 2-0 2.50 Loss 1

 
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