Robert Fraser’s Tennis Tips (Final Update)

| May 23, 2018 | Reply


Product Name:

Robert Fraser’s Tennis Tips

Company Name & Contact Details:

Betting Gods Malta Ltd
Level 5, The Quay
Portomaso Marina
STJ 4015


£39.95 per month (£1 for the first 30 days)

Other terms – Quarterly @ £99.95 (16.6% saving over monthly fees) and Annually @ £349.95 (saving 27% over monthly fees). £1 for the first 30 days applies to these two options also.

Money Back Guarantee:

Yes. 100% guaranteed refund within the first 30 days.

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What Do You Get?

Daily tennis selections from the ATP, WTA and Challenger tours delivered by e-mail.

Where to Buy:

Brief Summary:

Another service from the Betting Gods stable, this tipster offers daily tennis tips from the ATP, WTA and Challenger tours. On average there are 1 or 2 selections per day and a recommended points stake is given depending on the strength of the tip. All selections are also available via the members’ area of the web site and via the Betting Gods app.

How Much Money Do I Need to Get Started?

A 100-point starting bank is recommended.

How Much Money Can I Make?

No specific claims made. However, the web site records an average return of £234.14 per month to £10 stakes since February 2017.

How Much Time Will I Need to Make This Work?

Literally a couple of minutes daily when the tips are received, usually between 08:00 and 10:30.

Will I Need Any Equipment to Do This?

Mobile device or PC with internet connection and access to online bookmaker accounts.

Value for Money?

It’s always dangerous to give an opinion on a single month of a review, but the signs are encouraging. Unfortunately, the encouraging signs in Month 1 have not carried over to the second month and so we wait for the final month of the review to see which way the pendulum swings. Despite the encouraging signs in the first month the following months performed poorly and delivered a not insubstantial loss over the full period of the trial. When you combine this with the monthly cost, we are unable to award a value for money pass for this service based on our review.

Quality of Customer Service?

Has the backing of the established Betting Gods platform and all of my e-mails have been answered quickly and efficiently. There is a “live chat” option for contacting them as well.


Robert Fraser’s Tennis Tips have been available through Betting Gods since February 2017 and in that time can lay claim to 327.8 points of profit at an ROI of 21.07% and a strike rate of slightly over 35%.

Selections cover the main men’s (ATP) and women’s (WTA) tours as well as the Challenger circuit. The markets covered are normally match winner or handicap winner (games or sets), with the focus being on finding winning underdogs. Bets are generally advised at between one and five points, although the service does use a one to ten scale. The highest individual stake we saw in the first month of the trial was eight, and historically there have been very few 10-point advices.

Tips are received by e-mail each morning, generally between 08:00 and 10:30. The e-mail is clearly presented and states the recommended stake, advised odds and the bookmakers with those odds available. Unfortunately, there is no analysis of the selection and its rationale. As well as arriving by e-mail the tips are available via the mobile app and the members’ area of the web site, access to both of which is provided as part of your membership.

Results – Month 1 (19th February to 18th March 2018)

The trial got off to a relatively slow start but then hit a run of three consecutive winners which took it to the high point for the month of 18.41 points profit. This was gradually eroded by a mixture of losing runs and odd winners so that by the mid-point of the month the profit was down to 6.91 points. A run of six losing tips ensued, including the eight-point advice, which saw the position slip to a loss of just over nine points. However, at this stage there was a change in emphasis of the bet types with the match winner selections on the underdog being backed up by a higher staked bet on the set handicap market. This strategy resulted in a profit of 23.74 points from the last 16 selections of the month.

Overall the month ended in profit at 14.65 points at a Return on Investment of 15.42%. The strike rate was 40% from average odds of 3.23 (c.9/4).

At £10 per point stakes you would have covered your monthly membership fee and walked away with just over £100 profit. A very nice performance to start the trial.

Results – Month 2 (19th March to 18th April 2018)

Unfortunately the profit in Month 1 was eradicated, and almost 20 further points were lost in the second month. The strike rate dropped from 40% to nearer 25% and a  total loss of 34.29 points was the result for Month 2. Robert was playing catch up from the start of the month as just one of the first 12 selections came in. The cumulative loss after two months of the review now stands at 19.64 points.

Average odds for the month were near identical to Month 1, at around 3.2 (just under 9/4). The average stake per selection rose slightly in the second month to 2.5 points, with the first nine point advice being given, and losing.

The change in the pattern of selections which worked so well to turn around the first month disappeared in the second month as the first half of the month was almost exclusively on the match winner market, and the latter part of the month almost exclusively on the set handicap market.

Results – Month 3 (19th April to 18th May 2018)

Although this month performed better than Month 2, with a strike rate back up to the level seen in the first month at 39.39%,it still delivered a monthly loss of 16.7 points. The main reason this month didn’t hit Month 1’s levels despite a similar strike rate was in the staking. The average stake on losing selections in Month 3 was a full point higher than in Month 1 and included losses of 8-points twice and 7-points twice. On the other hand, the stakes on the winning selections was down on Month 1.

Over the course of the three month trial we have seen a loss of 36.34 points at an average of just over 12 points per month. Although I would be the first to say that we are looking at a snapshot of a system, three-months is usually sufficient to get a reasonable feel for a service, and the average monthly losses seen are significantly different to the historic 23-point per month average profit shown on the web site.

Summary at end of Month 1

A very satisfactory start to the trial. I liked the very obvious change in tactics to arrest the slump that occurred mid-month and Robert found a way of capitalising on the underdogs who were playing well but not quite getting over the line. Obviously, when the underdog did win as well, and both bets were successful, the returns were very tasty indeed!

Summary at end of Month 2

A disappointing month after such a promising start. I may be making too much of the change in selection type that turned around Month 1, but clearly the strategy in Month 2 didn’t pay off. After one good and one poor month we wait and see what the third and final period of the trial brings.

Summary at End of Month 3

Overall this service performed disappointingly during our review, despite a good start in the first month. If you had been staking £10 per point throughout the trial period you would have lost almost £500 when you take into account the near £40 per month cost of the service as well, and consequently would have seen your bank almost half in the period. 

Based purely on the three-month review period I am unable to award this service anything other than a one-star rating.

Remember, you can follow this service’s performance, and that of over 100 other tipsters, over a longer period via The Tipster League.

The full results from the trial are available here.



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