Tennis Trading Tips Tuesday 12th March


Tuesday’s Tips:


1. Cilic v Raonic:

S: Back Raonic @ 1.78, lay @ 1.6

2. Fish v Tsonga:

S: Lay Tsonga @ 1.2, back @ 1.4

3. Almagro v Haas:

S: Lay Almagro @1.73, back @ 2


4. Barthel v Stosur:

Lay Barthel @ 1.7, back @ 1.9

5. Wozniacki v Petrova:

Match of the day for me here!

A very possible 3 setter!

Safer option: Wait out the first set, lay the winner for a small liability!
S: Lay Wozniacki @ 1.65, back @ 1.85


6. Querrey v Matosevic:

BH on Querrey @ 1.44, lay @ 1.2

7. Errani v Bartoli:

BH on Errani @ 1.57, lay @ 1.35

8. Kirilenko v Radwanska:

BH on Radwa @ 1.32, lay @ 1.15

Good luck for today!


  • ERIBERTO MARCOS Posted March 12, 2013 10:07 am

    Hi Patrick,

    Can I upgrade my membership to a lifetime membership from which I will just pay 199 euro only? Is that possible?

    Eriberto Marcos

  • Equity Posted March 12, 2013 11:24 am

    Hi Patrick,
    thanks for your work you improved my trading very much and not just by tips but by looking at matches and values differently.Personally anytime I saw odds in 1,6 range and less I always had tendency to lay it no matter what. I would like to ask you what are your resources when making tips, where are you coming from?
    If you will offer trading webinar I’ll sign up.
    Thanks again, good luck and keep it up please!

    • Patrick Ross Posted March 12, 2013 5:57 pm

      Hi Equity! Thanks for the message,
      My resource is experience and knowledge of players, courts and tournaments, built up over many years of studying tennis, and all of its variables. Believe me when I tell you I keep personal stats on all of my trades going back many years and these are a valuable source of information. All of my tips are based on sound knowledge and intuition(mostly knowledge!). Combining my information with tennis stats available on many websites, I think I can scientifically(used loosely) predict how a match will unfold. It’s taken me 10 years to get to the point where I believe I can do this. Some of my tennis trading friends said I was mad to try! But I believed, and its worked out very well for all involved.
      I’ll let you know as soon as the next webinar is available.

  • Pierangelo Negro Posted March 12, 2013 11:35 am

    Hi Patrick, I’m a new member. I payd my subscription and I’m logged in now but I can’t see todays tips. There’s this message: “tips are for members only!”.
    How can I do to solve this problem?

    Thanks for you reply.

    • Patrick Ross Posted March 12, 2013 5:13 pm

      Hi the image that you see will remain when
      You’re logged in. The tips appear under the image

  • ERIBERTO MARCOS Posted March 12, 2013 2:26 pm

    That is so great of you. Thank you very much Patrick! Ill let you know when I have loaded my debit card. Thanks again! 🙂

  • ERIBERTO MARCOS Posted March 12, 2013 3:39 pm

    And in addition, I am also worried about this scenario. If this is a lifetime then which means this is a longterm betting tips service, how about if you get sick or cant give a tips cause you dont have a time or some personal matters hinders you? Do you have any backup person that knows exactly what you know? I mean something like an assistant? Just taking out the risk in that specific issue. Sorry in advance as I am just having my thoughts on this! 🙂

    • Patrick Ross Posted March 12, 2013 5:49 pm

      Hi Eriberto,
      Your concerns are valid and your question is very reasonable. The simple answer is yes! I do have a plan ‘B’. I have many friends who are pro traders and very knowledgeable on tennis trading. I have agreements in place with 2 of them in case such a scenario arises. I want to reassure all my members that I’m in full health and I am committed to the membership for as long as I can click a mouse – easily 30/40 years!! And believe me, it wont end when I retire. Rest assured, this is a good business for me and I will ensure it carries on.
      I would not have begun a venture like this without considering all possibilities, so rest assured, your investment is a very good and profitable one.

  • Rafal Miazga Posted March 12, 2013 7:57 pm

    Hi Patrick.
    I’m new here.
    Back Heavy you can explain it to me?
    you’re more confident about these tips?

    • Patrick Ross Posted March 12, 2013 9:41 pm

      Hi Rafal. Have a look at question 12 in my FAQ section
      Back Heavy means to use between 10% and 30% of your trading bank (maximum). When I say ‘back’ I mean don’t use more than 10%.
      Back Heavy means I’m confident the trade/strategy will work. I have a 90% strike rate with my back heavy tips.

  • Michal Posted March 12, 2013 8:06 pm

    Hi Patrick ,
    thanks for your answer! I would like to know about this situations I’m struggling with. Today match between Errani-Bartoli, Errani was better player but was broken first and odds shot up to 2,50 and from my original position on Errani at 1,60 I would be closing with 35% loss if I have stop loss at 2,50. So what to do? I know that in general I should be closing it…
    Thank you

    • Patrick Ross Posted March 13, 2013 7:49 am

      Hi Michal

      I have put the Errani match as defniitely successful as it was a
      see-saw affair for the first few games before Errani changed gears!

      If indeed you had traded Errani out early on, its ok, but then you had
      to lay Bartoli straight away as Errani had break points even before
      she got broken. That says the market is fluctuating.

      So trading out early with a loss limit is ok but the stats overall
      said Errani was the far superior player and easily deserved to win.
      Also please remember, if someone gets broken in women’s tennis first,
      its likely the other player is to have chances straight away. It’s the
      typical WTA scenario, hence don’t fall for that trap easily. Be calm
      always and do not panic.

      I actually tipped Errani for the reason that she has been amazing in her form.

      So basically, trading out early is fine, but then trading back in when
      the situation looks good should be considered which you may have not
      in this match. If Bartoli however had a double break up in this match,
      I wouldn’t have considered it as successful. This however was not the
      case, she gave up break point early on which Errani didn’t take.
      Errani then got broken, and Bartoli had a 3-1 lead. Since then, 5
      games in a row for Errani and she dominated in the second. That was
      pretty much the summary of this match.

      Also serving wise Bartoli’s stats point to more negatives than
      positives. Please have a look at it:

      Don’t worry about one loss however. It takes time to study the markets’ mind!

      Good luck mate..

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