The first tennis grand slam tournament of the year is over and Wonder Woman Wozza, better known as Caroline Wozniacki, won the final in Australia.
I hope you took my tip on board – to lay the first-set winner. The final went to three sets.
What did we learn from the Australian Open? The best test to wriggle out of sticky situations and you can profit.
Next stop for the tennis? April to September sees the remaining Grand Slam tournaments, as well as other top-class tournaments. As my close show-biz pal Arnold Schwarzenegger would say: ‘I’ll be back’ for more tennis in April.
Hopefully there will be more opportunities to back the likes of Wozza at 55/1 and win!
Each-way the way to play
I hope you have been trying out my each-way idea for yourself. If not, try it out tomorrow on these four races. It is such good quality racing tomorrow. I have chosen four races of 8/9 runners (the minimum number of runners for three places).
If these four races meet the following criteria, then use them for each-way betting…
- Short-odds favourite with a gap to the second-favourite.
- Noticeable number of outsiders (three ideally).
Select two horses. One near the head of the market and another near the outsiders.
These are the four races: 14:25 Musselburgh, 15:05 Lingfield, 15:30 Leopardstown and 16:40 Leopardstown.
I only remind you as I am on a three-race winning sequence with winners at around 8/1. Not only that, three recent placed horses at odds of 20/1 to 40/1 relays the fact that big wins are close!
So give it a go. You may surprise yourself. I give selections at www.whatreallywinsmoney.co.uk.
If you are as long in the tooth as me, you’ll remember a man by the name of Adrian Massey, sometime marathon runner, and better known for his horse racing stats website.
It’s back! Yes, with a rather strange website address: http://adrianmassey.no-ip.org/web1/.
In the past this website has been a great resource for the horse racing system builder.
The good news is that this stats-based website is free. I urge you to pay a visit, try out some of your ideas. Ideas like…
- Draw analysis stats for the All-Weather race meetings (look at today’s card, for instance, and you will see the All-Weather racing is gaining momentum).
- Favourite statistics: favourites do not win all of their races; some races see favourites perform poorly and others see favourites perform extremely well.
There are actually statistics for the first-favourites, second-favourites and third-favourites.
It’s a fascinating stats-based website. If you have any ideas that come from this site, let me know and I can track the selections for you!
I’m going to use it to generate some ideas. I’ll let you know what I uncover.