The deciding set will always be the most volatile set for tennis trading, with extreme price movements for breaks and even holds of serve. This is clearly logical because the match is reaching its conclusion and this set decides the winner.
The effect of this is that these price movements mean a very high percentage loss of stake when trades go against you. Of course, this works the other way too, with very high percentage gains when trades go for you, but I wanted to make novice traders aware of the extra risk in this set.
There are several prevalent trends that the market usually exhibits at the start of a deciding set.
Firstly, unless the winner of the second set was a heavy favourite, ...