Tennis Trading League Tips Review

Tennis Trading League Tips is a tipster service provided by Patrick Ross. The service provides tips as well as trading advice for tennis.

What does the product offer?

There are two key aspects to Tennis Trading League Tips, the first is the actual tipster service with betting tips being sent out by Patrick Ross, the other lies in trading advice service which offers a number of articles all of which offer insight and advice into the nature of trading, the correct mental approach and even things like which trading software to use. Selections are sent out daily via email as is the norm and any trading tips must be accessed through the Tennis Trading League Tips website. Tennis Trading League Tips claims a decent strike rate of 71%.

How does the product work?

The selections for Tennis Trading League Tips are heavily based on form analysis. Given the nature of tennis as a sport (and the results generated) this certainly seems to be the correct approach. When selections from Tennis Trading League Tips are sent out as well as the selection users receive notification on which bookmakers will offer the best odds. Trading tips come in win and back to lay format and the trading system follows a strict criteria to minimise the losses involved.

What is the initial investment?

The two aspects to Tennis Trading League Tips are sold separately with the straight forward tips costing £5 per week, £11 per month or £129 for lifetime access. The trading service is available for either £49 per year or £99 for lifetime access. There is a 30 day unconditional money back guarantee in place should you be unhappy with the service.

What is the rate of return?

Patrick Ross says that he aims to provide a 10% return on your betting bank on betting tips and 30% on trading tips each month. Ultimately for the 2013 season Tennis Trading League Tips produced a 66% return on capital.


Tennis Trading League Tips service appears ultimately to be a successful one. Patrick Ross seems to have a system in place that really works with the majority of his bets doing well. I would be a little bit more wary of the trading service unless you are committed to spending a lot of time at your computer, but the tipster service has produced very good results for a reasonable cost and should fit into any betting portfolio without too many issues.



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