Testing Lab Pro Tennis Tips Approved

Published on July 20th, 2012 | by Paul K

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Total Tennis Trading

Total Tennis Trading ApprovedTotal Tennis Trading – Beta Tester Review

By Paul K

I have to admit that before I signed up for Total Tennis Trading I didn’t really know what a service break or a break point was. You do need to know to use one of the strategies in this portfolio.

Total Tennis Trading is a set of  four ebooks and ten videos (only accessible on the website-not available for download) which show you eight trading strategies, designed to teach you how to profit from trading – backing and laying – in tennis matches.

This will suit a wide range of abilities; the first book is clearly aimed at absolute beginners, while the advanced strategies are for those with some experience. With each strategy  you get an overview of its aims-profiting from the price swings when the favourite breaks serve in the first set, for example; the conditions for making the trade; entry and exit prices and, importantly; what to do if things go wrong, all backed up with examples from previous matches.

One criticism I have is that some of these strategies instruct you to ‘green up’ the trade, without too much detail about how you go about this. This shouldn’t put you off though, as you are encouraged to contact the authors with any questions you might have, which they answer very promptly; within fifteen minutes in my case. Better explanations of greening up can also be found by searching that term on the web.

I paper traded the five beginner and intermediate strategies during Wimbledon with reasonable success.

Tabulated results for televised qualifying Wimbledon 2012 matches.


Total Trades

Win

Amount

Lose

Amount

Total

1. KISS

8

4

35.30

4

-61.00

-25.70

2. Flip Reverse

8

3

77.40

4

-53.3

24.10

3. Yo-Yo

1

1

36.50

0

_

36.50

4. Double Back

7

6

77.00

1

-11.00

66.00

5. Fifty-fifty

2

1

50.00

1

-10.00

40.00






Total

£140.90

All trades to a £100 initial stake. Note that by following the appropriate strategy, total loss of the stake would not occur.

I followed an additional nine matches on tv but none of the qualifying conditions were met, so no trades were entered. Patience is absolutely vital when learning these strategies and I should point out that the advanced ones requiring automated betting do appear to offer many more trading opportunities that these five.

It’s worth bearing in mind that the three advanced strategies do require that you use a betting bot which allows for one click trades. I plan to take advantage of  free trial offers when I test these strategies during the US Open in August.

To sum up then, if you are an avid tennis fan and want to learn how to trade or you are already a trader, in the in-play football markets say, and want to learn some strategies which have been refined from analysing the markets from 5000 tennis matches, as the authors declare, then this is very definitely for you.

You can try Total Tennis Trading here:

Total Tennis Trading



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