« on: August 26, 2015, 03:44:11 PM »
I am a former ITF tournaments player and a really enthusiastic tennis fan. I am connected to tennis every day, playing, watching and reading. So I may be one of the rare cases that when it came to betting (for me in 2008), my first move was in tennis, and not in football. My first memory of betting is from the epic Wimbledon's final in 2008, when Nadal beat Federer in a thrilling match, considered the best one of ever by many fans.
A little introduction done and I will tell you now how I bet
. I have two mainly, and different, let's call it "categories" of betting (always in tennis!). The first one and the most conventional, pre live: I study all tennis matches with some couple of hours in advance and then I am going to share them; and some in play - "live": it is a kind of bet - always in the beginning of the deciding set, when the dog wins the first set and then the favourite player manages to comeback and take the match into a deciding set - I am doing for a while and results are good so far. In this second case, I am going to use alerts in my Facebook and Twitter pages (when the dog wins the first set and I am watching that match I will make a post, so that you will be waiting for more news to come and do not lose that bet).
About the stake management
, I use three different stakes, one average (equal to 2% of the bankroll), one low and one high (1% and 3%), depending on my confidence and knowledge about that match.
This end of season will work for me to create a little background, so everything will be free
. I am going to keep this post updated with some stats about my work so you can see in one single post a resume.
If you have any doubt or question, please contact me.