Tennis Genie Review
Welcome to our Tennis Genie review, where you will see us put this tennis tipster service under scrutiny for 90 days. The service is ran by a group of former colleagues from a large betting exchange and tips are delivered into the members area at least 12 hours before a match is due to take place.
This review of Tennis Genie will see results recorded at advised stakes and also at £10 level stakes. We will cover their 2 main levels of paid for membership, being VIP Tips and Investor Tips. We won't be covering their invite only TennisTotals Tips although we will remark on the Free Tips as they're available to all.
SUMMARY OF REVIEW
|Profit/Loss to £10 Level Stakes||+£955.78|
|Number of bets||103|
|Number of wins||41|
|Return On Investment||37.34%|
|Review Period||15/1/18 to 14/4/18|
|Cost||£14.99 pm for VIP
£49.99 pm for Investor
Month 1 Summary
A fairly steady first month for our Tennis Genie review with a return on investment of over 10%. The free tips given by the service didn't fare too well, with a loss of £30 but we're only concentrating on the results for the paid for tips as that's what the tennis tipster wants you to part with your money for.
The 34 paid for tips we received were split as 3 VIP tips and 31 Investor Picks. It was the cheaper VIP tips (£14.99 per month) that fared better with a £100 win from a £70 stake at the start of the review. The Investor Picks delivered a decent strike-rate of 35.48%, although they delivered a loss £53.50 in the first month. It's worth noting that the Investor Picks only fell into a loss at the end of the month, as a large 10 point bet on Alize Cornet backfired.
The average odds for the Investor Picks have been 3.70, which means the tennis tipster is looking for value, which is alwayws a positive sign for any tipping service.
Overall I'd say it's a decent first month performance because if that big bet loss had gone the other way, we'd have been looking at even larger profits and an ROI of over 60%.
|Profit/Loss to £10 Level Stakes||+£31.50|
|Number of bets||34|
|Number of wins||12|
|Return On Investment||10.79%|
Month 2 Summary
A much better second month for our Tennis Genie review with a return on investment of 33.88%. The free tips part of the service didn't do too well again this month with a loss of £40.70 to £10 stakes. However, as I mentioned last month, that doesn't concern me as it's the tips that people pay for that are really of interest in sizing this tennis tipster up.
All of the 29 tips received throughout the month were Investor Picks and it's worth noting that VIP Tips haven't actually delivered any tips for over 5 weeks, so it looks as though this review is essentially going to be covering the Investor Picks. The Investor Picks delivered a decent strike-rate of 41.38%, which is an improvement of over 6% compared to month 1.
The average odds for the Investor Picks have been 4.01, which is higher than the 3.70 in month 1, which re-affirms my comment last month that they're looking for value within their tnnis tips.
Overall it's been a great month 2 with profits of £196.50 delivered to £10 per point stakes. After 2 months, it leaves the service with a profit of £228 and well placed going into the final month of our review.
|Profit/Loss to £10 Level Stakes||+£196.50|
|Number of bets||29|
|Number of wins||12|
|Return On Investment||33.88%|
Month 3 Summary
A wonderful end to our Tennis Genie review with a return on investment of 69.31% during month 3. The free tips part of the service only had one tip which didn't win, but my advice is to ingore the free tips. On that note, I would also recommend ignoring the VIP Picks and instead focus on the Investor Picks as they account for over 97% of the tips in this review.
During this third month, all 40 of the paid for tips received were Investor Picks. The Tennis Genie Investor Picks delivered a decent strike-rate of 42.50%, which is slight improvement when compared to month 2.
The average odds for the Investor Picks have been 3.71, which is lower than the 4.01 in month 2, which again indicates their quest for value bets in tennis matches.
Overall it's been a stupendous month with profits of £727.78 delivered to £10 per point stakes. This leaves us with an overall profit of £955.78 from level £10 stakes.
|Profit/Loss to £10 Level Stakes||+£727.78|
|Number of bets||40|
|Number of wins||17|
|Return On Investment||69.31%|
Tennis Genie Conclusion
I have no hesitation in recommeding Tennis Genie to anyone looking to profit from tennis, in fact I have enjoyed it so much that I have added this to my betting portfolio.
With an overall strike-rate of 39.81% it means you're never far away from a win when following the Investor Picks. If you do decide to give this a try, then make sure you sign-up for the Investor Picks and ignore the VIP section.
You have to login to your members area to see your picks but they are posted well in advance. It would be nice if they would consider adding email delivery of picks to the service and I will be passing that feedback back to Tennis Genie.
I hope you enjoyed the review and if you have any questions, comments or experiences of Tennis Genie, please add them below.