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US Open 2010 Review

After a fortnight of mixed fortunes at the US Open we provide a full review of our recommendations and the results.

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After a fortnight of mixed fortunes we finished the US Open with a disappointing 8% loss. This was made up of a 10% loss on our day-to-day match previews offset by a profit from our tournament previews where we highlighted Kim Clijsters as the women's champion.

Over the duration we were more successful on the men's match previews as we suffered a small 3.5% loss that would have been a 7% profit were it not for Novak Djokovic's superb performance in the final to take a set off Rafael Nadal.

However, our womens match previews suffered a 16% loss as twice our recommended players lost having had multiple match points - had they both taken those chances our womens calls would have returned a 5% profit.

Our pre-tournament calls finished 11% up due to Clijsters win, and while Roger Federer would have been an unlikely winner in the final had he got past Novak Djokovic after five tough sets those wasted match points for the Swiss meant a poorer run for our money.

Of our other selections Tomas Berdych disappointed with a round one exit in what was a wide open quarter after Andy Murray's exit later in the first week, while Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova looked to be offering good value at 10.0 to win her quarter before a surprise loss to Francesca Schiavone in the fourth round.

Below, we have a full table of all our recommended bets for the tournament.

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