Is Tennis worth betting on seriously ?

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Re: Is Tennis worth betting on seriously ?

Postby rustie » Mon Jun 12, 2017 6:28 pm

Managed to pick all eight winners for today, around 20/1 for the Acca.

Are we not going weekly tournament threads anymore? @undertherobe

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Re: Is Tennis worth betting on seriously ?

Postby froggy1 » Fri Jan 26, 2018 9:54 am

Hi Folks, I am new to this platform and I will be looking to prove that yes, it is worth betting on ''in-play tennis'' by putting up my results everyday for the next 12 days.

I have studied the market extensively for some time and I believe with discipline and dedication, it can be quite profitable.

Basically, my aim is to make 50% profit of my bankroll everyday. This is only going to go on for 12 days.

Of course, I will be taking calculated risks everyday and the amount of stake will pretty much depend on my judgement of what the outcome of a set is going to be . I will be disclosing my strategy gradually everyday but the number one rule is that I will not be staking all of my bankroll in one go and I will not be making more than 50% in a day.

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Re: Is Tennis worth betting on seriously ?

Postby pandabear123 » Fri Jan 26, 2018 5:43 pm

Hi Folks, I am new to this platform and I will be looking to prove that yes, it is worth betting on ''in-play tennis'' by putting up my results everyday for the next 12 days.

I have studied the market extensively for some time and I believe with discipline and dedication, it can be quite profitable.

Basically, I will be starting with £100 today (26/01/2018) and my aim is to make 50% profit of my bankroll everyday. This is only going to go on for 12 days after which I should have £13,013 in my account.

Of course, I will be taking calculated risks everyday and the amount of stake will pretty much depend on my judgement of what the outcome of a set is going to be . I will be disclosing my strategy gradually everyday but the number one rule is that I will not be staking all of my bankroll in one go and I will not be making more than 50% in a day.
I will be following you every day as I am actually starting to get interested in tennis betting. But need concrete examples, and you will save me :)
Thank you.

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Re: Is Tennis worth betting on seriously ?

Postby gold202 » Fri Mar 09, 2018 10:47 am

Hi, I continuously bet on women tennis and place most of my bet on low odds of game winner 1.30; 1.40 etc. I have recently won good amounts with Betway and they have restricted my betting amount to approx £100 per bet.

I have tried with other sites such as bet365, 10 Bet, Coral, William Hill, BetVictor and they all limit my account after a day or two of winning. Anyone know any site where i can bet regularly without being restricted?

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Re: Is Tennis worth betting on seriously ?

Postby wannabemillionaire45 » Fri Jul 27, 2018 8:19 am

Although the odd are low but it's not appropriate to say that the tennis betting is not totally worth it. You just need to be extra careful.

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Re: Is Tennis worth betting on seriously ?

Postby rustie » Thu Oct 04, 2018 2:58 am

Coming to the conclusion that unless you have a lot of knowledge of the sport then the answer is probably no.

I used a points system for a trial period taking into account form, H2H, ranking, yearly results and past performances in the event. It was a lot of work and wasn't worth it at all.

Don't know if I'm right but you would probably be better picking out the talented madmen on tour (Fognini, Kyrgios, Klizan, Paire, etc) and betting against them if they're favourite or for them if they're not.

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