What happens next?

Your payment has been made successfully and you will receive an email from PayPal or Stripe confirming the transaction details shortly. You’ll receive a personal welcome email from Tennis Tips UK within 24 hours. Please check your junk/spam for this. All communication is sent digitally from vip@tennis-tips.co.uk so consider adding this address to your safe sender list if possible.

All odds quoted for our BOTD service are from Pinnacle. It’s possible to back the same markets elsewhere (sometimes even at a higher price) but we record their odds given the fact they welcome winners. We want results claimed to be realistically achievable for real subscribers.

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How does bankroll management and staking work?

All bets advised are flat staked with 1 unit. We suggest 1% of total bankroll per market. So in other words 1 unit = 1% of your total funds allocated for this service. This encourages a long term view and maximises returns during winning streaks and negates losses from downward swings. Please manage staking responsibly – if a few consecutive losses would cause significant damage reevaluate your approach.

Are results tracked?

Yes we publish all bets advised on an external platform. This tracks all the normal statistics (i.e profit, ROI, strike rate) but also how frequently we beat the Pinnacle closing line. This is an essential metric to determining if the recommended bets offer long term value. Bets are added to this platform after the match has started so only email subscribers get access ahead of time.

What happens after the trial period?

You will be automatically upgraded to the standard monthly membership. If you wish to cancel or pause this can be achieved through your PayPal account directly. Members are responsible for knowing renewal dates and terms.

How many bets will be sent to me?

Please note there will not be a bet advised every single day of the year but expect 4-5 per week on average. This is due to scheduling of ATP, Challenger and Grand Slam events. There will never be more than one bet per 24 hour period.