A free tennis betting system (that I have never followed!)

By on September 26, 2019

Lots of interest in tennis betting this week due to the launch of ‘Tee and Serve’, and I’ve been asked if I have any tennis betting strategies that I use to make a profit.

The short answer is “no”.

Tennis is not my strong point. I watch the Grand Slams but I don’t have enough of an interest to bury my head in the stats and the form book.

But I do remember reading about a supposedly profitable tennis betting strategy several years ago that I’d like to share with you today.

Full disclosure: I’ve never followed it, but if you’re interested in tennis betting it might be worth further investigation.

Right, with that said, let’s crack on with the strategy:

It’s based on tennis players who lose the final set of a match 6:0.

If a player gets beaten 6:0 it’s usually for a good reason, and thanks to the frantic schedule of the current game, that reason is usually either fatigue or injury.

The strategy is simple: Oppose these 6:0 losers in their next match. 

They are usually still suffering the effects of whatever it was that caused them to lose so comprehensively – and so the theory is they are more likely to lose the next time they play. 

There are three rules you need to take into account before placing a bet:

1. Only players beaten 6:0 count, and the ‘zero’ must have been the score of the last set of the match, i.e. 6:3 6:0 counts for the system – however 6:0 6:4 does not.

2. After being ‘zeroed,’ the player must then play during the following week. For example if the loss occurred in the week ending 22nd of September – they must reappear before the 29th of September. If they take more time out than this to recover, and don’t play again for two or three weeks or more – then ‘no bet’ is the advice.

3. Only players in the Top 50 count. Players outside the Top 50 may not have enough experience for the system to be meaningful.

So there you have it, a tennis betting strategy based on logic and common sense.

If you’re taking more of an interest in tennis betting you might want to give it a go.

If you want to make some extra cash from tennis but can’t be bothered to study the stats yourself I recommend signing up to ‘Tee and Serve’.

You still have time to take advantage of the 70% launch discount.

As always, do your due diligence by reading the website carefully and checking out at the past results.

All the details can be found by clicking here.

Take care,
Kris Jackman | Founder Tipster Supermarket