Ginepri v Becker
Rankings are 69 and 47 though I expect Becker to start moving down the list. He had a great season last year but unless he can at least match that he will lose points. Hasn’t been doing that so far. Ginepri won a tournament on hard courts a couple of weeks ago and seems full of confidence.
Prices are 1.60 and 2.64 and I see that as decent value for a Back the Favourite strategy. Green up either after the break of serve or at the end of the first set.
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Ginepri in 2 sets.
Update: Well, I got that one wrong. A match totally dominated by serve. Becker won 7-6, 6-7, 7-6. One thing it did show is the need for a strategy for when things don’t go as expected. This one was quite easy to switch as, having won the first tie break very easily, Becker then went a break of serve up early in the second set. His price dropped enough to be able to green up.
Even though it was 3 tie break sets, there were enough swings for anyone who decided to scalp.