Betting Guide: The Best Tennis Tipsters

The tennis season was a bit strange this year. We had a long break in March and April. In May, the sports world comes back to life. June and July were full of football and national tennis exhibitions (some of them with great line-up). And finally, in August, we should see the WTA and ATP back. That is the ideal time to find out the best tennis tipsters. Tipsters who bring value to their followers in the long term. Betting professionals who can inspire you and make you more profitable.

Three Best Tennis Tipsters

Best Tennis Tipsters

We used the Tipstrr platform as a tool for looking for the best tennis tipsters. Tipstrr is an independent provider and evaluator of paid and free tennis tips.

We picked tipsters who are betting solely (or at least 85% of their bets) on tennis. The tipsters have to be in total profit in 2020 and we looked also in their past performance.

The performance for all tipsters is calculated with every stake placed with the same amount (20€).

Tennis Only

Tennis Only is one of a few tipsters who bet just on the tennis. He is on Tipstrr for 24 months and steadily delivers profit to all his followers.

He publishes his bets well in advance (3 to 12 hours) of the start of tennis matches.

Average odds on his bets are slightly below 2.0. That is highly compensated by a 60+ percent strike rate.

Two-thirds of his bets are accumulators, and the rest are usually single bets with higher odds. Tennis Only finished with a profit in 11 out of 12 months in 2019, and 5 of 6 months in 2020 so far.

You will not become rich overnight by following Tennis Only, but you can get a steady side income almost every month. And that is what you should be looking for in betting.

Find out more about Tennis Only tips, performance and service here.

The Goat

The Goat is one of the most successful tipsters overall. His performance this year is highly positive, with just one month finished in red.

He bets mainly on tennis (90%) and focuses on single bets. The average odds of his bets are well above 2.0.

His bets are published 3 to 12 hours before the start of the event. Followers praise that as they have enough time to place their bet.

The past performance of the Goat shows that he delivers a steady profit in the long term (12 months). Two times in the past, he had two negative months in a row, but the patience of followers paid off.

Check more information about the Goat and his betting service here.

Around the Green Ball

Around the Green Ball is one of the newcomers on the Tipstrr platform. Over 90% of his bets are tennis bets.

His performance so far was very satisfying. He was able to recover from early losses in March and May.

June and July were a miracle months for Around the Green Ball. Exhibition tennis matches are not easy to bet, but his stats prove he knows how to do it.

Most of his bets are placed 1 to 6 hours in advance. And all of his bets are free so far.

That makes him a name you need to have on your list of top tennis tipsters. You can follow him and let him inspire you.

You can subscribe for Around the Green Ball for free here.

More good tennis tipsters

There are many more good tipsters (not just tennis ones) available on the Tipstrr platform. Some of them offer their service for free, so the only thing you need is a valid email address.

In the end, let us give you three bits of advice for betting and picking the tipsters.

Check the past performance – you get a better insight into tipster’s quality by looking at his history. One-hit wonders are not worth it.

Check when tips are usually published – you will need to see the tips in advance to arrange the bet for yourself. Tipsters, who are revealing tips just minutes before the match are useless.

Money used for betting should be just a tiny part of your overall wealth. Bet just the money you can afford to lose.

All tipsters and their performance can be searched here.

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Tennis Pro Guru

Simon is the leading editor of TennisProGuru.com from 2015. He is an avid tennis player from age of 5, however, he never reached the pro level. Still, he likes playing tennis on different courts, with different rackets, and against different opponents. In his free time, you can find him watching all possible tennis matches he can find on the web or tv. Challenger or Grand Slam? It does not matter, just tennis matters.

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