Entries by Dan

A Feast of Betting

This weekend we have an absolute feast of betting for the sports enthusiast. Top of the bill are the men’s and women’s finals from Wimbledon.

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Tennis Trading League – Results Update

With Wimbledon in full swing and enjoying sweltering temperatures we thought it would be a good time for a results update on one of our tennis services. The service is question is Tennis Trading League from Patrick Ross. Although the title suggests this is a trading service, Patrick also provide betting tips for tennis matches […]

Can Andy Murray Reign At Wimbledon Once Again?

The French Open threw up a big surprise as Stan Wawrinka beat the world number one Novak Djokovic in the final, but things are expected to be business as usual as we edge closer to Wimbledon. The grass court season is upon us once again, and defending champion Djokovic is predicted to retain the title […]

Royal Ascot Betting Tips – Thursday

It’s Ladies’ Day at Royal Ascot and the weather looks magnificent for what should be a cracking day’s racing. Whilst the likes of Gok Wan will be out surveying the outfits on display this afternoon, we will be concentrating on the more important business of Thursday’s racing.  Here is our preview of Day Three at […]

US Open Betting Tips

Following our preview of the US Open golf taking place this week, here are our outright tips for the event: Phil Mickelson – 18/1 each way (1/4 top 6 finish with Totesport and Stan James) Phil is one of the few players who has taken the time to visit Chambers Bay before this week and […]

US Open Preview – A “Ridiculous Farce?”

The US Open comes to the Pacific Northwest for the first time in its history as it heads to the Chambers Bay course just outside Seattle in Washington this week. The course certainly seems to have split opinion amongst the pros, with some like Ryan Palmer calling it “ridiculous” and Ian Poulter saying it was […]

Women’s World Cup: Can an Outsider Win Again?

In 2011, it appeared to everyone that the stars had aligned to allow Germany to claim an unprecedented third consecutive World Cup victory. They were playing the tournament as the hosts and favourites, and as they walked out onto the field to take on a Japanese team who had impressed in the group stages, it’s […]