Product Name: Tennis Pilot Tips
Author: James and Nicholas Crossland
Company Name & Contact Details:
Regular, easy to follow, well researched tennis betting tips.
Price: Month one is free, then £9.99 per month
Money Back Guarantee: If a calendar month is not profitable then subscription will be refunded.
What Do You Get?
– Tennis tipping advice
Where to buy: http://www.tennispilottips.com/
Tennis Pilot Tips offers advice on betting for tennis – mainly men’s tours. Subscribers receive a daily email with any tips and also in-play advice on an ad-hoc basis via. Tips are available via a member’s area of site or a live updating spreadsheet.
How Much Money Do I need to get started?
Selections advised with stakes from £1 to £50 – average £15. Max bet 3% of bank recommended.
How much money can I make?
Claims return of 31.29% on stakes invested.
How much time will I need to make this work?.
Minutes when selections received.
Will I need any equipment to do this?
Our trial of this service has begun and we’ll post our results soon. In the meantime, if you have tried Tennis Pilot Tips we would love to hear from you. Please leave your comments below.
Value for money?
Quality of customer service?
Prompt and informed response to emails
Longer standing members will know that we have looked at several tennis services and have yet to find one that has stood the test of time. Could this be that elusive one?
Right away everything feels good about the service – they offer an initial free trial of 1 month and guarantee offering the next month free if a profit is not generated plus a link to their automatically updated results spreadsheet. Demonstrates good confidence in their product from the outset and a read of the About Us page will serve to reinforce this. No hype and details of what subscribers may expect.
On signing up you will receive a welcome email plus access details for the member’s area of the site. The latter will offer access to preview articles in future and also to in-play betting sessions which are advised in advance by email. The normal tips are also advised by email which can appear at any time as suitable opportunities occur. If you follow the service on Twitter an alert is posted there as new tips are released. Should tips be advised overnight then if the minimum odds suggested are not available at normal UK hours the tip is not counted in the official results thus allowing all members to achieve pretty similar performance for their betting.
Staking is specified with each selection based on a £50 maximum bet being 3% of the starting bank so users may scale their own stake accordingly. We have used the specific stake advised by the service for our results which would imply a starting bank of £1,650 is appropriate.
What has really set this service apart from others so far is the range of markets that selections are made from. I have 13 categories analysed on the spreadsheet and suspect that there may be more to come. It will be noted immediately that the prices are far higher than most associate with potential winning tennis bets – average to date is around the 4.0 mark excluding a couple of tournament outright bets and a 48/1 (successful) acca.
The majority of tips to date have been in the straight Win market with Set 1 Tiebreak and Sets Played the next most popular. Although there is no tipping for the sake of it subscribers have received over 200 tips in the 6 weeks we have been following the service so there is plenty to be getting on with. Suitable warnings are given regarding the potential for losing runs and it certainly seems as though the service is being operated with the customer experience and pocket as its first priority.
So what about our detailed results? There have been 220 valid tips in the trial thus far with 89 winning which has generated a profit of 88% on capital and at an ROI of 61.09% – quite remarkable. There is still an each way bet on big Stan at the US Open to be finalised which may improve things. If the successful acca is discounted we are still looking at a 59% capital profit and ROI around 40%. The analysis shows the sectors that have been most successful. The spreadsheet also shows that there have been some losing runs – up to 9 bets – which might have worried someone joining at the wrong time. The service did acknowledge the situation but it would be unrealistic not to expect similar situations occurring in the short term. The underlying research to find value bets is carried out consistently and the potential has been demonstrated well.
The only slight downside that I have seen is the need for a significant number of bookmaker accounts as not all carry all the markets that are used by the service. The emails give guidance on who to use and a link to Oddschecker to ensure you get the best deal and we have found the prices quoted can usually be achieved when emails are received. As mentioned earlier if there is an immediate reduction soon after the tip is sent out the selection is not included in the results. I suppose it could be argued that some will have placed their bets which may then lose so the profit may not be as great but I suspect it would be swings and roundabouts
From my perspective the service has done pretty much everything it promises and there is the prospect of more to come with live betting clinics planned. Certainly the best tennis tipping service I have seen so far, the clear thought and attention to detail setting it above most others. Frankly the price of this service is ridiculously low and I suggest that members ought to get on while they can.
You can see a detailed breakdown of the results here: