Zig Zag Tennis System is a sports betting system centered on tennis that is marketed by Streetwise News. It has been created by Gary, an alleged ex professional.
What does the product offer?
According to creator Gary, Zig Zag Tennis System is a self selection sports betting system that can make you “big profits every week”. As with the majority of Streetwise News products, Zig Zag Tennis System comes in a physical form 20 page manual that details Gary’s system.
Bets should be available throughout the year with the exception of December when no tennis is played however the real money comes during the various tennis Grand Slams. In order to actually use Zig Zag Tennis System you will require a Betfair account in order to utilise the system.
Whilst Gary claims to have made big money in prior years using the methods that he shows in Zig Zag Tennis System there is unfortunately no evidence or proofing of this which is disappointing to say the least, especially since he states that he recorded the last 12 months of results.
How does the product work?
Zig Zag Tennis System is based on Gary’s own experience as a journeyman tennis player (i.e. somebody who is professional, but not at the top of the game). He says that during this period he noticed “a glitch if you like, an idiosyncrasy in the psychology of some players”.
Without going into too much detail, Zig Zag Tennis System works on the notion that players don’t ultimately change their game however punters do and by exploiting the movements in betting markets that this creates, Gary says that you can profit.
What is the initial investment?
Streetwise News are handling the sale of Zig Zag Tennis System and they marketing it for a one time cost of £127. They offer their own money back guarantee saying that if you haven’t made a substantial profit before the end of May 2016 then you can claim a full refund.
It is worth noting however that the Consumer Contracts Regulations will apply so you should have 14 days to claim a refund.
What is the rate of return?
Gary is adamant that you can make over £200 per day betting through Zig Zag Tennis System. He also goes on to claim that during the various Grand Slam events he has made anywhere from £3,975 to £5,347 however in both cases there is no mention of staking or anything like this.
Streetwise News is a rather prolific purveyor of this kind of product and their reputation is rather hit and miss.
This wouldn’t be too much of a problem if it weren’t for the fact that as Zig Zag Tennis System demonstrates, you end up paying over the odds for systems that aren’t exactly proven.
Don’t get me wrong, Zig Zag Tennis System does have some merit but I feel that without big stakes you aren’t going to really make a substantial income off it and for the costs involved, it isn’t really good enough.