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Hope all of you have been well during these crazy times. I haven't bet on any tennis since last spring (ish). Now I am back to give it another go with the new season. I don't know how things will hold up but let's see. I will start with £1074 (went to put £1000 in but still had £174 left in there so put in £900 and will use that. Nice) 1% stakes each bet. Previously I increased it to 2% but starting with 1% with a view to increase again in the future. All bets are on Betfair and profit will be with the commission deducted as I will just be copying the amounts from my account.
Yeah that made you look LOL. So I have often wondered, and never really paper traded, if the following would work. The idea is that, ultimately, at best, only one Top 10 seeded player at best could win any particular tournament. So that gives you nine winning lays, possibly ten if an outsider takes the title. So simply you lay each Top 10 seed in each match they play in a "stop at a winner" until they lose a match, to ultimately win your initial target. Until, either, ten winning lines come in, or nine at worst. So if laying each Top 10 seed for £10 once they lose a ga
I've always been a football man, but I find my judgment clouded at times by gut instinct, rather than what the stats say (I know stats aren't everything). I'm a big fan of data analysis, and the patterns that they show, so I decided to apply them to a game I'm less up-to-date with, and that's Tennis. I know the rules of tennis, the patterns of play, the fundamentals, but my knowledge of the actual players isn't great. I could probably name 50 of both genders combined, maximum. Another thing that interests me about tennis betting is that there has to be a result. An underdog cann
@CzechPunter I suggest we have a thread about our preseason bets. Would be really great to have I think since we have some bets running. And I'm really interested in knowing if anyone has some preseason bets running like you and me. For me Naomi Osaka to be the year end highest ranked asian player looks good. Ajla Tomljanovic is on the right track. Sloane Stephens is also on the right track. Cedric Marcel-Stebe is injured and I think he will drop in the rankings soon. He hasn't played since january in Australian open and looks set to be dropping in the rankings until at least september.