Tennis betting remains extremely profitable as 2015 is winding to a close. The top players are getting into form for the season end championships in London. With the men’s tour in Asia, the Shanghai Masters has even some of the elite flocking to it. How did Novak and Andy Murray perform? Who else is pinging our radar and begging to be bet on? All of this and more right now here at HRWager.
Novak Exceeding Spread Lines
Djokovic took down Beijing last week in easy fashion. He was a consistent money maker who wagered on him minus the spread. When you give up only eighteen games in five matches, no lines can be set to meet that level of mastery. He has extended it to Shanghai. Feliciano Lopez is no slouch but was dismantled in short fashion 6-2 and 6-3. Unless you have one weapon that can overwhelm him, Joko will just steam roll over the more solid players. He is still a buy or pass in spread wager depending on how high the number is. If you value money, I would not fade him this week.
Murray Back After Rest
Davis Cup takes so much more out of a player than just the effort on the court. Getting the Brits to the Davis Cup Final was an exhausting effort. In fact, he has not played since that event last month. He got into a baptism of fire by facing 22 Isner aces in the second round. He had to shed the tiebreaker but came through 6-7, 6-4, and 6-4. This is impressive because Isner has been in good form as of late. This sets up a very entertaining match with Andy facing the ultra solid Berdych. He goes deep in almost every tournament but can not put up a complete effort all week long. Tomas did get past Giles Simon 6-3, and 6-3.
Finally, Nadal is refusing to go away quietly as he slithered by Raonic 6-3 and 7-6. Not so lucky was Nishikori as Kevin Anderson blasted him off the court in two titanic sets. All this action can be viewed on the Tennis Channel and various streams on the Internet. Now is the time to hone your tennis handicapping skills to plunder the profit at the Year End Championship. Good fortune and we will see you later here at HRWager.