Betfair Tennis Trading Tips ATP/WTA Wed 1st January 2014

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All times are UK/Irish and are subject to change, and all times are in 24hr format e.g., 1.00 = 1am and 16:00 = 4pm:



1. 1.30 – Matosevic v Querrey

Likely to be a tough match for Sam Querrey here..

Lay Sam@1.68, back@1.9


2. 23:00(Dec 31st) – Karolina Pliskova v Flipkens

Flipkens looked smooth on this court and I expect her to win here!

Back Flipkens@1.5, lay@1.2

3. 7:00 – Konjuh v Davis

Konjuh shocked the world yesterday beating Vinci and completely deserved it. However, I thought Davis was equally impressive knocking out the home favourite Erakovic. With her experience, you’ve got to back Davis here..

Back Davis@1.7, lay@1.45


4. 4:30 – Kerber v Pavlyuchenkova

Back Kerber@1.45, lay@1.2

HOT TIPS: Flipkens and Kerber

Happy New Year Guys!!

Tips are deemed unsuccessful at 40% loss of stake, and I recommend that this should be the maximum loss that members should incur on any tip given. Below is an article on Stop Loss with a useful table which indicates 40% Stop Loss for different Back/Lay odds.

Please read all of the articles below if you are new to the tips!

Some Terms Explained:

Back: Low Stakes – use 10% of bank.
Back Heavy(BH) – use up to 30% of bank. Used at members discretion.
Lay: Low stakes – use 10% of bank.
Lay Heavy(LH) – use up to 30% of bank. Used at members discretion.
Possible 3 Setter – Worth considering laying the winner of the first set.

Some folks have asked why I call the tips ‘Betfair Tennis Trading Tips’ and have asked if the tips can be used on other betting exchanges. I use Betfair for all my trading because Betfair has the best liquidity. All of my prices are taken from Betfair.
Betfair Tennis Trading gives you the best opportunities to make profits. You can use the trading tips on other sites – there may be small price differences – but these should not matter. If you decide to use a site other that Betfair for trading, make sure that the liquidity is there.
If you’re unsure about what liquidity is required, see question 17 on my FAQ section at


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