The figures speak only in part. You must focus on the real time of the player playing on the field. If Player A played two matches and won 1, he is at 50%. While if others have played 100 games and won 40 of them, he wants to be over 40%. It is more likely that Player B will continue to increase his 40% streak rather than let Player A stay a 50% streak. It could be reduced or increased, we didn’t know until he was playing more matches.

## Learn Tennis matches

There are several ways to analyze a tennis match. You can do it while watching it, you can watch previous matches played on videos, or you can check the stats. Obviously the fastest way would be to analyze the statistics of the two players, but you might want to watch the game, it will give a bit of excitement.

## Access tennis statistics

This is very simple. Simply fire up Google and type in ‘player A versus player B + statistics + tennis’. In rare cases you won’t be able to find a good website this way. There you will see an overview of the battle, simply click on the head-to-head link to see the top stats.

There are many ways to consider a tennis match. Obviously, the most complete is when the game starts, two players directly on the field and we focus on the two sides.

To take the other level analysis, it is possible to look at the singles to see if Tomas won a few sets before Novak lost the last one and won. Count everything, be creative.

## Summarize it up

Perhaps the most important thing to keep in mind when betting on sports is that there is never a 100% chance of winning (unless you are doing arbitraging, more on this later). Analysis can only take us so far to give us a (good) hunch of who will win the match.