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Mastering Tennis Trading: Essential analysis and winning strategies to give you an edge in online tennis trading by Daniel Weston

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Tiebreak Trading

Tiebreaks are a very volatile period for in-play trading. For those who are unaware, a tiebreak is played when a set reaches 6 games each. The first to 7 points wins the tiebreak and the set, although the player must win by 2 clear points. The first player to serve does so for one point, and then the serve rotates every two points. It usually takes roughly 10-15 points for the winner of the set to be decided and consequently there are heavy swings when a player wins a point, particularly when a player wins a point on the opponent’s serve.

If a player starts the match at 1.25, they might be about 1.35 at the time of a tiebreak in the first set. If they win the tiebreak, their price will probably be under 1.10, but if they were ...

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