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Posted: 2/19/2013 4:59:12 AM
Bet guys from not only their country.. But what region they are from! Cali guys do better west coast . etc
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Posted: 4/2/2013 11:00:13 AM
OLG PROLINE YES
OLG POINTSPREAD NO
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Posted: 4/26/2013 6:47:12 PM

First of all i would like to say how trilled i am to find such a good site as this and will post whenever i have time.

Dont see many Europeans but anyway good way to cover Us sports.

Have been betting for almost 10 years and betting on tennis almost everyday.

First of all you should try to watch as many matches as you can....not just chase stats but truly understand sport.

-Always look at form...many tennis players just take foot of padal at some time of season and just go travelling and collect 1. round exit checks.

Dont just look if they lost to somebody but look how did they lost, was it clear defeat or was it down to few balls in and out.

Take care for LL(lucky looser rule) at all tournaments except GS( rule in witch No1. favorit in qualification rounds gets automaticly in draw if someone withdrew....many times they just loose when they are heavy favorites just because they know some other player from main drew will not play.

Look at players list of tournaments they intend to play coz there is big possibility to tank some less important events if they have points to defend in upcoming tournament.

Look at previus record of player at that event(as Raonic in San Jose..(too bad for him that S.Jose is no longer in atp)

Be careful in first round as players coming from qualis  are already accustomed to surface.

Look at H2H record with players that have simillar style of play....some players like to play against serve&volley....for example you have Playerxxx against F.Lopez(you should check how he played against players like llodra, stepanek,isner,muller,karlovic,roddick) especially if it fast indoors or grass.

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Posted: 6/12/2013 7:33:39 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by bettingaddict:

First of all i would like to say how trilled i am to find such a good site as this and will post whenever i have time.

Dont see many Europeans but anyway good way to cover Us sports.

Have been betting for almost 10 years and betting on tennis almost everyday.

First of all you should try to watch as many matches as you can....not just chase stats but truly understand sport.

-Always look at form...many tennis players just take foot of padal at some time of season and just go travelling and collect 1. round exit checks.

Dont just look if they lost to somebody but look how did they lost, was it clear defeat or was it down to few balls in and out.

Take care for LL(lucky looser rule) at all tournaments except GS( rule in witch No1. favorit in qualification rounds gets automaticly in draw if someone withdrew....many times they just loose when they are heavy favorites just because they know some other player from main drew will not play.

Look at players list of tournaments they intend to play coz there is big possibility to tank some less important events if they have points to defend in upcoming tournament.

Look at previus record of player at that event(as Raonic in San Jose..(too bad for him that S.Jose is no longer in atp)

Be careful in first round as players coming from qualis  are already accustomed to surface.

Look at H2H record with players that have simillar style of play....some players like to play against serve&volley....for example you have Playerxxx against F.Lopez(you should check how he played against players like llodra, stepanek,isner,muller,karlovic,roddick) especially if it fast indoors or grass.

GL to all

 



Good stuff. A players perceived motivation is a big factor for me.
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Posted: 8/26/2013 6:53:11 AM

Kenny De Schepper - Bradley Klahn

The Frenchmen has better ranking but the American enters the match as a favorite.Klahn was brilliant past weeks on American hard court and behind him there are 17 victories in five challengers. De Schepper is in opposite rhythm since he was knocked out four times in first round.

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Odds: @1.60

What do you think?

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Posted: 9/2/2013 8:17:07 AM

Philipp Kohlschreiber - Rafael Nadal       

Can this match go over 31.5 games? Odds @ 1.85 seems quite interesting 

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Posted: 9/12/2013 2:35:17 AM
The 2 posters right above this.....

Why can't your lazy fools start up a new thread and ask your questions this way?  Obviously, this thread isn't meant for those types of questions.  This thread is specifically meant for TIPS on HOW TO BET TENNIS.
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Posted: 9/13/2013 6:43:34 PM
so close. 
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Posted: 10/9/2013 3:11:58 PM
I'm new to wagering in Tennis. This thread is really good and a lot of posters offered their insight into their opinions in how to bet Tennis. I suppose what I've been doing the last two days is not good for the long run as I've read here so far. And they are correct, one big underdog win, and the whole wins will be wiped out.

Are there more insights and opinions that any other posters would like to make here. I am sure it would really be appreciated by newbies in this sport such as me. Thanks.
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Posted: 10/21/2013 4:03:50 PM
Hi guys,

I have found some nice sport betting blog with free picks:
http://luckybettingslip.blogspot.com
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Posted: 10/21/2013 4:04:37 PM
sorry,

it's meant to be: http://luckybettingpicks.blogspot.com :)

Cheers!
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Posted: 10/22/2013 11:32:01 AM
One thing Ive learned is always take the +6.5 and up in the early round the weaker player tends to play harder than the big favorite


Don't bet on the pretty girls in the WTA they don't like to hustle for balls 
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Posted: 11/8/2013 6:33:55 PM
I was gonna play Over 23.5 games -120 on Feds & Delpo, but Over 2.5 sets @ +120 is a better price for basically the same # games? You think the games line will drop to 22.5!
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Posted: 12/2/2013 8:00:39 AM
The best approach to tennis betting will probably be a loose combination of following:

        1. Identify spots where heavy favorites (top 10 ranked players) are vulnerable, such as:

          B.Overplaying (generally 3 tournaments over any 5 week period),travel, change of surface.
          C.Injuries. In big tournaments top players usually try to play on, but rarely go beyond QFs.
          D.Personal issues. Top guys are pretty good nowadays when it comes to dealing with this, but
            they do have plenty of off-court commitments which affect their level of effort and performance.
            
        2. Monitor current stats for every tournament.
          A. Streaks: wins by either favorites (10+) or dogs(over 40%) over earlier rounds.
             These have a strong tendency to revert themselves.
          B. Percentage of 3 set matches.            
            
        3. There are players who earn most of their ranking points on a specific surface.
           Oppose them on other surfaces.

        4. Back outright low-ranked players with strong records in smaller (500 and below) tournaments.

to be continued..
  
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Posted: 1/2/2014 2:02:03 AM
thank you so much to you all, wish you very happy new year 2014. here is the best opportunity to improve your Forehand or Backhand bio-mechanics by splite method. hope you all will rock in 2014. good luck!
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for more info about Split Method you may visit http://www.tennismethod.com/
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Posted: 1/12/2014 7:55:36 PM
TIP #1-
Bet against the girl on the rag!
If only we could figure it out before watching them play a match.
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Posted: 1/15/2014 8:50:22 AM
So ,.what the play for.tomorrow.?
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Do not bet heavy favorites too 
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Posted: 4/11/2014 5:04:42 AM
Ive been betting on Tennis since 2008. At first I lost a lot, but now from experience I put up good profits. Some key things I learned over the years:

1): Don't get too attached to players you like.
-Some players are exciting to watch, play with a lot of flair and go for their shots etc. Though you cannot blindly follow the players you like all the time. They all have peaks and troughs, and each match is an entirely different situation.

2): Think about the match from a player's motivational standpoint. Do they have ranking points to defend? Is it a hometown tournament? Could the player just be using the match to gain match fitness, ahead of a bigger event? A good example of this: Is Nadal's poor record in smaller events, where his concentration/effort levels are lower than the slams, and the opposition always seem to raise their game against Nadal.

Also with some players it is best to watch their 1st round match, to see how they are performing. And if you think their heart really is in the tournament. One example i can think of is ALeksandr Dolgopolov. Some tournaments he is unbeatable, though some tournaments he'll be knocked out of the first round by an underdog 6-2 6-1

3): FORM!! is KEY. This might sound like an obvious one. But it definitely helps to follow the form guy in tennis. Bad results can often be contagious and knock confidence.

4): If a player has just won a tournament or lost in a final, then has to travel and play at a next event a day or two later, he is usually going to be pretty fatigued. Especially if doing a lot of traveling. Avoid backing these players, or try to go against them. Have a look to see how many matches they've played over a certain time period.

Also this can work in reverse. Some players who haven't played much tennis over a particular time period could be lacking match sharpness, although physically fit.

5): Look to back underdogs to beat Favorites, especially in first rounds. This is when you get the most upsets. Look for players who are full of confidence after successful spells on the challengers and have made the step up to an ATP 250 for instance.
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Posted: 5/31/2014 3:45:44 PM
What happens to my bet when Play is Suspended?

Does it continue or become void?
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Posted: 6/14/2014 11:42:08 AM
Here is a tip.. Don't bet on women's tennis.. Cases dellaqua just choked up 5-1 on a tie break...

Women should stay in the damn kitchen cause they don't have the mental aptitude to finish... What a load of s h I t
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Posted: 6/19/2014 10:22:19 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by AUSSIE_COOLER:

Here is a tip.. Don't bet on women's tennis.. Cases dellaqua just choked up 5-1 on a tie break...

Women should stay in the damn kitchen cause they don't have the mental aptitude to finish... What a load of s h I t
Yes, i do agree with you, sir
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