Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have any questions regarding this betting portal or our work and services? Do you need any kind of our assistance? We have written down a list of the most frequently asked questions by our visitors, so you could find your answer here but do not hesitate to contact us if your question remained unanswered.

Where can I find betting results of your tennis picks and your overall betting record?

The list of all our picks with results and betting statistics can be found at our Betting Record page. You can also check Sports-Tipsters website for our betting record and graph of our betting performance.

How do I know the betting results and overall betting record claimed are genuine?

In order to garant our visitors that results of all our tennis picks and our overall betting performance are 100% accurate and that we play fair and do not use any dubious methods, we are, from the very first pick, monitored by independent companies. Read more about the independent verification process.

How can I access your tennis picks?

All our picks are published at website. In addition, we highly recommend you subscribe to our social accounts (Twitter and Facebook) if you don’t want to miss a pick. This way you will get notified about newly published picks as soon as they come to hand.

What is the average number of picks you publish per month?

We do not set any goal in this area. The number of published picks relies heavily on the betting offers during a given month. We expect to publish about 30-50 picks per month.

At what time do you publish your picks?

All our picks are on most occasions made available for public at least 2 hours before the starting time of the match.

Which online bookmakers do you use in your predictions?

The majority of our picks are recommended at Sportingbet, Bet365, and Sportsbet, clearly the best and most professional online bookmakers, but we also use Bwin, Luxbet, Centrebet, Pinnacle, Unibet and some other respected bookmakers.

What kind of a staking plan do you use / what does a “Unit” mean?

Our picks are recommended on a 1 to 10 units scale (10 being the maximum bet). A “unit” is a measurement tool used in sports betting that tells you how much you should bet on a match. One unit can represent $10 or $1000, it all depends on your betting bankroll and staking plan. Also read how to set the right money management plan.

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