These are the winning tennis betting systems and tipsters that we have tested over an extended period and found to consistently generate a profit.

We use all these services ourselves and we will regularly update results to ensure a continued place on our approved list is merited

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Winintennis – Final Review

We have completed our three month trial of Winintennis and here are the final results:

 

Profit/loss:    +4 points
Strike Rate:   89%
Bank Growth:   16%
Cost:   £59.95 per month
ROI:   24%
Average number of tips:   6 per month
VERDICT:   NEUTRAL
Rating:

 

You can view full results here.

 

Winintennis Full Review

 

Winintennis is a tennis tipping service that provides tips on both men’s and women’s tennis. 

We subscribed to their main pre-match betting tips, which costs £59.95 per month.

They also sometimes provide some free in-play tips and there is a dedicated in-running service costing an eye-watering…wait for it…£499.99 per month!

The main thing to note about their pre-match tips is that there aren’t very many of them! We had just 17 tips in three months of subscribing.

They ended up making 4 points profit over the trial, but we felt that once subscription costs are taken into account, it barely seems worth following the service for just 5 or 6 tips per month.

So we will give Winintennis a neutral rating – perhaps if they could up the volume of bets and keep the strike rate at a similar level, we would consider upgrading to a passed rating.

 

Service Breakdown

Ease of use: Good. Tips are sent out by e-mail and as we say, there are very few so following the service will take very little of your time. 

Availability of prices: Prices were generally obtainable and occasionally by using the exchanges you can beat the advised prices.

Strike rate: The strike rate for the trial was 89%, which if there was a higher volume bets could result in strong bank growth.  

Advised Betting Bank: No betting bank was advised, but we used a 25 point bank for the trial which seemed sufficient as most of the tips are at odds on and with a high strike rate, should not be too risky.  

Subscription costs: Subscription costs are £59.95 per month for the pre-match tips.

 

OVERALL VERDICT: NEUTRAL

Winintennis is a low-volume tennis tipster that produced 4 points of profit during our three month trial.

It is an easy service to use and we should always commend a service that makes a profit.

However, with just a 16% growth of the bank in three months and once subscription costs are taken into account, we don’t think 4 points profit is quite enough to warrant an approved rating.

So it’s a neutral rating from us for Winintennis

 

 

 

 

 

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Winintennis – Results Update

24th August 2016

Well Winintennis must be the lowest volume service we have ever encountered. 

Nearly three months in and we have only had 17 bets.

In total we are 4 points in profit, which isn’t too bad.

You can view full results here.

However, with such a low bet volume and low points total, there is a serious question as to whether it is worth following once subscription costs are taken into account.

We will return shortly with our final review – but I think you can guess what we are going to say…

 

 

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Winintennis – Results Update

29th July 2016

Again there isn’t much to report for Winintennis.

Since our last update a month ago there have only been eight bets and we stand exactly where we did a month previous, on 2 points up.

You can view full results here.

As we said previously, this is a very low volume service and with generally short-odds selections, it would take a long time to build a bank with this one.

So with just a month to go, it seems unlikely we will be much in profit come the end of the trial.

Back in a month with our final report.

 

 

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Winintennis – Results Update

30th June 2016

A month into our trial of Winintennis and we don’t have much to report in all honesty.

So far there have only been five tips, a very low number over the course of a whole month.

The good news though is that all the five tips won (although four of them were at odds of below 1.4). In total that means they are 2 points up so far.

You can view full results here.

The service seems to be more about trying to get you to sign up to their “heavily discounted” subscription for in-play tips at a whopping £499.99 per month.

If that is “heavily discounted” we wonder what the full price would be!

In addition, they send out free in-play tips, but weirdly these are mainly bets for individual games further down the line in a current match when you don’t know what the odds will be. The odds they post for those bets are often not actually available.

So we are not sure what to make of those free in-play tips.

But the main tips are in profit, so we can’t really complain thus far.

Back soon with more updates. 

 

 

 

 

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Winintennis – New Review

1st June 2016

With the tennis season in full swing now and the French Open slowly working its way towards a conclusion, there is a great deal of tennis action to bet on and much more coming up over the Summer.

We have one trial of a tennis tipster that has just concluded – i.e. that of Tennis Bett – and one ongoing – that of TennisTips.co.uk.

So we are pleased to have found another tennis tipster to test out in the form of Winintennis.

This is a service that has been around for a long time – right back to 2001 according to their website, when they apparently tipped Goran Ivanisevic to win Wimbledon at 150/1!

There are some fairly bold claims made on the website about being able to treble your bank in 3 months and that you can make £5,000 – £10,000 per month tax-free, so it will be interesting to see if they can achieve results like these under the spotlight of a live trial.

There are no results published on the website, which can be a worrying sign but does not in itself mean the service is no good. 

There is a just a list of underdog winners, which doesn’t tell us very much. 

You can get free tips under a three-month trial, which are in-play tips.

The paid subscriptions cost £59.95/month and for that you get the match tips.

So without further ado we will get our trial underway and will report back soon on how things are going.

In the meantime you can check out Winintennis here. 

 

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Tennis Bett – Final Review

We have come to the end of our three month trial of Tennis Bett and here are the final results:

 

Profit/loss:    -8 points
Strike Rate:    52%
Bank Growth:    -16%
Cost:   €4.95 for 1st month then €24.95/month or €49.95/quarter 
ROI:   -4%
Average number of tips:    1 per day
VERDICT:   NEUTRAL
Rating: 

 

You can view full results here.

 

Tennis Bett Full Review

 

It has been a difficult job finding a winning tennis tipster, despite tennis being supposedly one of the most punter-friendly sports to bet on.

So we were interested to come across Tennis Bett, a service that had a good record coming into our trial of having doubled a 50 point bank over the year before our trial started.

Unfortunately things didn’t quite take off during our trial, with a loss of 8 points being recorded over the three months. That represented a small loss of 16% of the bank. 

However, we were impressed with the professional way the service was run and our results matched those on the Tennis Bett website, so we can reasonably presume the previous results are accurate too.

Here is the profit graph for the trial:

Tennis Bett Profit Graph

Things were going reasonably well but unfortunately just trailed off towards the end to finish in a loss overall.

 

Service Breakdown

Ease of use: With tips sent by e-mail and normally provided early in the morning, there is plenty of time to get the bets on. There is an average of just over 1 bet per day, so the workload is minimal.

Availability of prices: There is excellent liquidity in tennis, so by using the exchanges you can normally at least match, if not beat, the advised prices.

Strike rate: The strike rate for the trial was 52%, which is solid enough and means losing streaks should be short, with the ability to bet at reasonably high stakes.

Advised Betting Bank: A 50 point betting bank was advised, which seems adequate to cover drawdowns with a strike rate above 50%.

Subscription costs: You can get the first 30 days for just €4.95, then the costs are €24.95/month, €49.95/quarter or €149.95 for a lifetime subscription.

 

OVERALL VERDICT: NEUTRAL

There aren’t too many tennis tipsters around when you compare them to the number of football and horse racing tipsters.

So it follows that there aren’t too many profitable tennis tipsters either.

We were hopeful we had found one in the shape of Tennis Bett, but unfortunately they didn’t quite achieve a profitable trial here at Honest Betting Reviews.

However, we do see potential with the service and liked the way it was professionally run.

With a loss of 8 points during the trial, it was not the end of the world and is certainly recoverable fairly quickly if things get going for them. 

So we will continue to monitor things and see if Tennis Bett can pick up its form as the tennis season gets going over the Summer.

 

 

 

 

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Tennis Bett – Results Update

16th April 2016

Things have picked up nicely for Tennis Bett with 4 points of profit added since our last update.

That means they are now 4.61 points up overall for the trial.

You can view full results here.

This is a nice simple service to follow and Jim who runs it certainly seems to know his stuff. 

Let’s hope things continue in positive fashion for Tennis Bett.

 

 

 

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Tennis Bett – Results Update

29th March 2016

It has been a slightly uneventful start to our trial of leading tennis tipster Tennis Bett.

So far they are exactly +0.49 points in profit after around six weeks of our trial.

You can view full results here.

It is a good time for the tennis season now with some top Masters Series events plus the run up to the French Open with the clay court events, so hopefully we will see things take off shortly.

The service is nice and easy to follow, with bets sent out in the morning normally and analysis accompanying the selections. 

Back soon with more updates on how things are going for Tennis Bett. 

 

 

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Tennis Bett – New Review

11th February 2016

We are pleased to be commencing a new trial of a tennis tipster here at Honest Betting Reviews.

Tennis tipsters are a rare breed – indeed, whilst the internet is swamped by legions of horse racing and football tipsters selling their wares to all and sundry, you have to search quite hard to find any tennis tipsters.

The two tennis specialists we have tried so far – Tennis Trading League and Serve It Up Tennis Tips – unfortunately both failed three month trials. 

The other tennis tipster we have tried, Banker Bets, is actually more of a football tipster with some bets on the tennis during big tournaments etc.

So when we were approached to trial Tennis Bett from a chap calling himself just Jim, we were more than happy to take up the offer.

The results on the website look good, with a 50 point bank having more than doubled to over 100 points using level stakes over the past year.

The long term strike rate is over 70% which is pretty healthy and should mean losing streaks are kept to a minimum.

You can get a one month trial for just €4.95 followed by €24.95 per month, €49.95 per quarter or €149.95 for lifetime.

So we look forward to getting the trial under way and seeing how this one gets on.

It is slightly surprising that there aren’t more tennis tipsters out there, particularly as the bookies’ overround on tennis is low, markets on Betfair are very liquid and I seem to remember reading somewhere that tennis is statistically the best sport to bet on from a punter’s point of view.

Anyway, let’s see if we can land our first winning tennis tipster here with Tennis Bett.

Back soon with our first update on how things are going. 

Serve It Up Tennis Tips

Serve It Up Tennis Tips – Final Review

It has taken us a bit longer than expected to get over the 100 bet mark in order to properly evaluate this tipster, but we have finally reached that target so can now round up our review of Serve It Up Tennis Tips.

Here are the final results:

 

Profit/loss: -16 points
Strike Rate: 29%
Bank Growth: -31%
Cost: £19.95/month, £49.95/quarter or £129.95 for life
ROI: -7%
Average number of tips: 5 per week
VERDICT: FAILED
Rating:

 

You can view full results here.

 

Serve It Up Tennis Tips Final Review

 

It has been a somewhat disappointing trial for Serve It Up Tennis Tips, who have ended up 16 points down after 5 months of tipping.

That represents a 31% bank loss and -7% return on investment, which are not quite up to the standard we have come to expect of Betting Gods services in general.

But more worrying for us was the considerable drawdown experienced during the trial. Here are the results in graph format:

Serve It Up Tennis Tips Profit Graph

Serve It Up Tennis Tips Results Graph

 

As you can see on the graph, at one point we were 46 points down and with a 50 point bank advised, that represents a 92% loss of the bank.

This is far worse than any service should endure and we have to say again highlights an issue with the size of betting banks being advised by some tipsters.

For a service that tips in up to 10 point unit stakes, 50 points was frankly never going to be enough. We think a minimum 150 point bank should be advised, given the drawdown experienced during the trial plus the unit staking.

We do feel we have to come down hard on services that don’t advise sufficient bank sizes to cover their own drawdowns, so this service gets a failed rating from us unfortunately.

 

Service Breakdown

Ease of use: Good – there are only around 5 bets per week so minimal work is involved and with tennis being a very liquid market on Betfair, there was not much of a problem getting the bets on. 

Availability of prices: Good – as above, prices were generally freely available via either Betfair or the bookies. However, sometimes prices were not given with tips and the results published on the website were not always correctly updated.

Strike rate: At just 29%, the strike rate was somewhat below what would be required for the service to make a profit when tipping at these odds.

Advised Betting Bank: A 50 point bank was advised but clearly this was not enough as we were 46 points down at one stage. We would suggest a bank of at least 150 points.

Subscription costs: £19.95/month, £49.95/quarter or £129.95 for life

 

OVERALL VERDICT: FAILED 

Any service that loses 92% of its advised bank is not one many people are going to stick with and for this reason Rafael Nadalalone, we feel we have to give a failed rating to Serve It Up Tennis Tips.

The fact that they tip up to 10 points on some bets means 50 points was never going to be a big enough bank and this was borne out during the trial.

However, even leaving bank size issues aside, the end results for the trial were disappointing too, with a 31% loss of the bank and -7% ROI. 

We have come to expect very high standards from Betting Gods services and unfortunately this one has not quite measured up.

So our search for a winning tennis tipster goes on…

 

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Results Update – Serve It Up Tennis Tips

24th August 2015 

We now have over three months of results for Serve It Up Tennis Tips and whilst that would normally be enough for us to write a final review, we only have 72 bets so far and we normally need at least 100 to draw any conclusions.

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Tennis Trading League – Final Review

We have come to the end of our three month trial of Tennis Trading League‘s betting tips and here are the results:

 

Profit/loss: -9.14 points
Strike Rate: 58%
Bank Growth: -46%
Cost: £5 per week, £12 per month or £129 for lifetime
ROI: -6%
Average number of tips: 1.5 per day
VERDICT: FAILED

 

You can view full results here.

 

Tennis Trading League Final Review

This is the first tennis tipster we have reviewed here at Honest Betting Reviews and unfortunately it has hit one too many “unforced errors” over the trial.

The first thing to point out is that we were reviewing the betting tips provided by the service rather than their trading system.

With a loss of just over 9 points, it has been a somewhat disappointing trial and we do not feel on this basis we can recommend the tipping aspect of the service.

That loss of 9 points represents a 46% reduction in the bank which is quite a significant drawdown.

They do not appear to publish their past results so it is difficult to gauge if the tips have been profitable in the longer term either. Normally if results are positive then services shout it from the rooftops, but we cannot know for sure either way here.

So our search for a profitable tennis tipster goes on – perhaps Serve It Up Tennis Tips will produce the goods.

Here are the results in graph format anyway:

Tennis Trading League Profit Graph

As you can see, things never really got going early on and went into minus territory around half way through and didn’t recover from there.

 

Service Breakdown

Ease of use: Good – there are on average 1.5 bets per day. The tips are sent by e-mail at 8-9 am UK time and prices are given based on Betfair prices. It doesn’t take long to place the bets.

Availability of prices: Prices were generally freely available and we did not have too many problems matching the advised prices. The good thing is that tennis markets are very liquid on Betfair so even with a large number of followers, the tips would be unlikely to affect prices too much.

Strike rate: The strike rate during the trial was 57%, but with average odds of around 1.7 you would need the strike rate to be higher to generate a profit.

Advised Betting Bank: The advised staking is 5% on each tip, so that works out at a 20 point bank. That unfortunately meant a 46% loss of the bank during our trial.

Subscription costs: The costs are very reasonable at £5 per week, £12 per month or £129 for lifetime membership.

 

OVERALL VERDICT: FAILED  

Unfortunately with a 46% loss of the bank, we are unable to recommend Tennis Trading League’s betting tips. 

And with past results not published, we can’t see anything to suggest that this was just a blip and that results are normally much better.

So our search for a winning tennis tipster goes on, much like Mr Federer’s search for an 18th grand slam title.

 

 

 

 

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Time for some Tennis Betting Tips?

New review 21st April 2015

You can check out Tennis Trading League here

With the sun shining and the Summer seemingly just around the corner, I thought it would be a good time to commence a review of a service offering tennis betting tips. 

After all, the French Open is coming up soon and then before you know it, we will all be munching strawberries and cream and enjoying the wonders of Wimbledon.

So today we are commencing a review of Patrick Ross’s Tennis Trading League. This is a service sending out daily tennis betting tips for the main tennis circuits in both the men’s and women’s games.

tennis 5The service is very reasonably priced with various packages available – £7 per week, £15 per month (with £1 for the first month) or £40 for the first year and £117 for each year after that, if you like the long term options.

As well as betting tips, there are other options available. You can also get Patrick’s tennis trading tips and strategies, at extra cost to the main betting tips. For this review we will be sticking to just the betting tips to keep things manageable.

I can’t seem to find a full list of results on the website which is a little unusual, but of course this doesn’t mean the site isn’t successful – time well tell! We will be running our usual three month review which should take us nicely through the clay court season, taking in Roland Garros and then on to the grass court season and Wimbledon.

Who knows, we may even see another Andy Murray grand slam triumph during our trial.

Patrick has been running the service for a number of years and boasts quotes from lots of happy members, so let’s hope I am one such member come the end of the review 🙂

In the meantime, you can check out Tennis Trading League here