Argentina advanced to their fourth Davis Cup by BNP Paribas final on Sunday with a 3-2 in over holders Serbia, having taken an unassailable 3-1 lead after world No. 1 Novak Djokovic retired in the day’s opening reverse singles against Juan Martin Del Potro.
The Argentine, who had lost all his previous four matches against Djokovic and taken only one set in the process, was leading 76(5) 3-0 when the Serb went down with a painful scream and had to be helped to his bench by team mates and captain Bogdan Obradovic.
Djokovic, who won the U.S. Open title on Monday and returned to Serbia less than 24 hours before the tie started, looked a pale shadow of the player who has won three grand slam events and seven other tournaments this season, having lost only two matches during his impressive run.
Here at trading tennis we decided not to rush for profits and
avoid a live trading session on this match. it's this kind of
match that can sink you down if you trade by previews.
not gambling on who wins but gambling on the course of
the graph is still not good enough which is why we trade by value.
and only with good market conditions. at the moment we invest
in education which will prouduce results in october.
when our next live session will take place.