Nowadays, tennis tournaments are taking place almost 11 months in a year; hence there are several matches for betting on this game.
The market for betting is always very lively and liquid and within few 5-set marathons over 3 hours may cause wild fluctuation on price, which are actually an ideal condition for traders.
Following are few tips that can come in handy, if you want to participate in coming Betufa –
- Interpret the stats and form in correct manner
While choosing any player for backing in tennis match, it is important to study the statistics and decide how much it will be relevant. Some players may have bad spell for few seasons but it is important to know at what stage they again get back into normal form.
Also, if any player has suffered a dip in form then try to understand the reason.
- Don’t overvalue head-to-heads
Probably head-to-head records can be the most difficult stats for interpreting in tennis.
No doubt, it is worth something, though how much will be a subject for discussion. However, head-to-heads can be something that the whole market will be dead keen on.
- Look for capitalising on pre-match drifters
Odds about players may drift significantly and could be because of fitness concerns or in case they had any medical timeout during the previous round. Another factor can also be their motivation.
Few players have certain stigma attached to them whereby they do not really care for in smaller tournaments.
- Study styles of players under pressure situations
While trading in-play, it is important to analyse how players will respond under specific situations, as they may react differently while going ahead or behind. Few players have excellent track records with their break points converted or break points saved and vice versa.
Of-course the biggest moment for any player is breaking the serve and after having got broken themselves will produce biggest price fluctuations. So, being armed with good knowledge about how players respond under various situations will be very important in-play trading.
- Identify the value by opposing all fan favourites
Often markets may love a few and hate certain players. However, always supporting any fan favourites may be counterproductive. Sometimes opposing the most popular player can also be rewarding.
Therefore, use your own judgment when you are backing or opposing any player.
- Go against crowd
Often momentum can be the biggest factor for driving price movements while in running, still there can be certain moments when prices that is based on momentum can be too big or too short.
- Do not get left behind
Value can exist in tennis, just for few seconds which means fast TV-pictures will be absolutely essential for any in-play trading. Mostly all bookmaker and also exchange streams can be just few seconds behind live.
HD channels can be slightly slower than any non-HD channels. Usually, the fastest available scenes are from an expensive paid-for private services meant for live streams that is what most bookmakers use, but these can be quite expensive.