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World Tour Finals 2009 Review

Nikolay Davydenko claimed the biggest win over his career while Bettorlogic followers should also have ended up in profit.

Nikolay Davydenko - ATP World Tour Final's Champion 2009

 

Bettorlogic made a total of 13 calls throughout the week with two overall picks and 11 in our daily match previews. With level £10 stakes this would have returned a profit of £9.30 which represents a 7% profit.

One of our two outright calls was settled quickly as Rafael Nadal failed to qualify from his group as expected while our pick to win the tournament - Roger Federer - had come in to 2.0 to win, having started the week at 3.6, before suffering a surprise defeat in the semi-finals.

Our most profitable calls during the tournament came from supporting Nadal's opponents to win in straight sets including Davydenko at 3.5. There were also a few near misses as Del Potro failed to serve out against Verdasco to beat the required handicap having already missed match points on the Spaniard's serve and then Murray failed to capitalise on several break points to beat his handicap against Verdasco.

 

Player 1 Player 2 Market Call Odds Result Stake
Federer Verdasco 1st Set Games -9.5 2.20 Loss 1
Soderling Nadal Sets 2-0 4.00 Win 0.5
Soderling Nadal Sets 2-1 4.30 Loss 0.5
Davydenko Djokovic Total Sets   2.50 Win 1
Federer Murray 1st Set Winner P1 Win 1.90 Loss 1
Del Potro Verdasco Match Games Handicap P1 -1.5 1.80 Loss 1
Soderling Djokovic To win a set P1 Yes 1.83 Win 1
Davydenko Nadal Sets 2-0 3.50 Win 1
Murray Verdasco Match Games Handicap P1 -3.5 1.83 Loss 1
Djokovic Nadal Sets 2-0 2.10 Win 1
Federer
 Del Potro
Davydenko
 Soderling
Match Outcome P1 Win 1.99 Loss 1
Del Potro Davydenko Match Outcome P1 Win 1.80 Loss 1
Federer   Outright To Win 3.60 Loss 1
Nadal   To Qualify No 2.00 Win 1

 
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