Psychology

2017 Shuffle-Up (Part II: Rest of World)

We've discussed home-soil changes for the 2017 tennis season. Now let’s go deeper into the ATP and WTA tours to see what else is new and exciting for the whole year ahead. We’ll also add some betting perspective to hopefully spark some bright ideas.   The Newbies: The Hungarian Ladies [...]

Davis Cup Final 2016: Redemption or Castration (1/4)

Now that we have the small matter of year-end world no. 1 settled, all attention can shift to Zagreb for the true gem in the tennis calendar, the Davis Cup Final! (We love Davis Cup) For the first time in 5 years we’re lacking a final involving one of the [...]

Davis Cup Final 2016 (2/4)

The Finalists In Croatia and Argentina we have two fiercely patriotic sporting nations, and whether helpful or not, nationalistic fervor will have spread far and wide throughout the respective two countries come Friday. Croatia, a country clearly blessed with 'the athlete gene' has been consistently punching above her weight in [...]

Davis Cup Final 2016 (3/4)

The 'Davis Cup Catapult' Verdasco almost doing the unthinkable at Melbourne ’09 …. Djoković breaking the Federer-Nadal stronghold and becoming the world’s best in ’11 …. Murray’s career defining ’16 season, the common denominator?  A starring role in the previous year’s DC victory. Multiple times we’ve seen how big performances [...]

Betting Promotions & Restricting Winners: There is another way

We have been following the negative press of the gambling industry over the past few days with great interest. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) believes that UK bookmakers are using financial safeguards and anti-money laundering (AML) measures as an excuse to avoid paying out on large wins resulting from [...]

2016-10-26T17:12:40+01:00 October 26th, 2016|Player behaviour, Psychology|0 Comments