So it looks like it's all over for the Scot until you challenge recent baseline performance with hawk eye. Year to date Murray has played 30 career tennis matches of those he has won 22 and lost 8 and in the process has earned himself $2million USD that works out at an average of $67,000 for each game played. Year to date Nadal has played 52 career tennis matches of those he has won 45 and lost 7 and in the process has earned himself $4.3 million USD that works out at an average of $83,000 for each game played. So Nadal PLC is expected to win until you look at the prize earnings growth.
The earnings growth for Murray PLC has increased by $26,000 over the average baseline figure of $41,000 as compared to Nadal's increase of $16,000 over his average baseline serve of $67,000. So there you have it invest in Nadal PLC for a powerful serve and a nice stable return or Murray PLC for a vastly improved baseline serve, a speedy return and a potential future winner.
Finally, use your head. Nothing in this post is intended to replace common sense, and as you can imagine Cash prize money is only a part of a Players income. But the question remains how do others perceive your companies growth potential? Remember, it's all about Finding Cash in Your Business, handling it well and looking for the golden opportunities it creates.