What the Danish betting experts are saying ahead of upcoming tournaments
If you know a lot about tennis there’s a chance that you might profit from it, financially. If you are capable enough, there’s indeed an opportunity to some extra money through betting on tennis matches.
As you probably already know, you do your betting at the bookmakers. But don’t fool yourself by thinking that the bookmakers don’t know a lot about tennis too. This is why a profit from tennis betting is not something that will come easy to you.
It takes a lot of time to be updated all the time and let’s just be honest: Most people don’t have the skills or the time to make a profit from betting in the long term. This is why you should consider following tennis tips from experts. Denmark and Danish sites are actually well-known for having some of the best tennis tipsters, like BetXpert.
The high number of good Danish tennis tipsters is not least due to Caroline Wozniacki, the former no. 1 in the world. She is very popular in Denmark and has caused a flood of tennis fans in the country. Combine this with a rich culture of betting in Denmark, and you have a rally of really good tennis tipsters.
In this article, we will, however, provide you with some advice that, hopefully, will help you transform your tennis knowledge to at profit on your bank account.
Way of play, surface, form, motivation and private life
If you plan to take the bookmaker’s money in the long run, it isn’t enough just knowing that Roger Federer is better than the number 233 on the world ranking tennis list. The bookmakers also know this and they have set their odds with this knowledge in mind.
Therefore, if you want to secure your tennis betting profit yourself, you have to know about the players’ way of playing style and what this means for the specific match. Let’s say that a player, that is very defensive in his/her style of play, is meeting a player with an aggressive way of play. In this case, it is a good idea to look back in the statistics and see how the defensive player has been doing against aggressive players in the past.
It is an absolute must to know which surface the players prefer to play on. Some are best on grass, others clay and some on hard court etc.
It is also important to have a look on a player’s latest matches. Is he/she on a roll, or is he/she mostly losing matches? This can have a huge impact on the player’s self-confidence.
Is there a specific reason why a player might be extra motivated for winning a match or even a tournament like French Open? It might be that a player is on home turf or that he/she can reach a personal best on the world ranking tennis list.
Finally, and this is probably the highest level you can go to, you can make an “analysis” of the player’s private life. It might impact the player’s performance if he/she has just experienced a break-up, or if a close relative or friend has passed away.
The bookmakers know a lot about the players but they don’t know everything. The more you know, the better chances you have of winning in the long run. For example, you can always read great tennis news on ITF’s homepage.
If you come to the conclusion that you don’t have the time or the skills to be profitable in the long run, you should definitely consider following capable tipsters. As mentioned earlier, Denmark has some quality tennis experts that have shown their capabilities over time.
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