The tennis tipster with a great record laying & backing – ideal for exchange punters

Last week saw the release of the very latest SBC Magazine (Issue 106) which featured reviews of 3 new winning tipsters to help in your profitable betting quest.

Chief amongst them was my in-depth exploration of the fascinating Tennis tipping service with a tremendous record advising both lays and backs in men’s and women’s tennis.

It’s a service ideally suited to those of you keen to bet on betting exchanges such as Betfair or Smarkets, either because bookmakers have closed you down or you are looking to diversify your betting.

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A Fantastic Track Record Laying At Short Prices

My initial interest in reviewing this tipster was based on the outstanding performance levels my team and I observed from the lay bets put forward since 2016.

Recommending a handful of tennis lays each day at short prices, over the course of 1279 tips they have made a pre-commission profit of 80.8 points profit at 14.2% ROI.

Of course, nobody can place a lay on an exchange without paying a commission fee, so I adjusted these profit figures to deduct 5% off each winning lay. 5% is Betfair’s starting commission rate (it reduces the more you use them) so is a good ‘worst-case scenario’ to work off.

With 5% taken off, this worst-case scenario worked out as 59 point profit at 10.4% ROI if using Betfair. Those of you with lower Betfair rates or even with a lower exchange fee service like Smarkets or Matchbook might well be even better off.

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Using this post-commission record as the basis of our reporting, I also began to investigate performance across several other variables.

Chiefly amongst this was the price range that lays were taken on at, where I found the service to be profitable across the board.

Below you can see how I broke down the performance based on the price bracket, with the majority of lays being for selections 1.50 and below. Impressive figures indeed.

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I also found no major difference as to whether this tipster was advising lays in either men’s or women’s tennis with a very similar record across both ATP and WTA tours.

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It’s not only lays that this particular tennis specialises in but also his ‘back’ bets where he too has a very impressive record.

Although only commencing in 2017, over the course of 619 back bets so far, a profit of 40.9 points at 6.9% has been achieved.

You can see how this breaks down to 1 point level stakes below:

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Save £5 A Month On This Tipster With SBC

With profit figures both laying and backing, it’s easy to see why I took the time to analyse this service with a 9-page review of what they offer in SBC 106.

You can read about all aspects of the service including betting bank analysis and our odds tracking data, which indicates how viable these results actually are.

Best of all, I was also able to negotiate a special deal whereby SBC members can join for just £19.95 per month – instead of their usual £25 monthly fee. All part of the tipster savings SBC can offer due to our 100% independent status, whereby we take no kick-backs or ‘affiliate’ earnings for our reviews.

If my team and I say a tipster is good – it’s because it genuinely is. Not because we have been paid to say that! (and not something you can say for every ‘independent’ tipster review service.

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See you on the inside

Best Regards,

Peter Ling
Smart Betting Club Editor

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