Sportpunter Tennis Model 2014
Today marks the first game of the new Tennis season and I have $1,150 on Milos Raonic to beat Bernard Tomic. I have been following the Sportpunter Tennis model for many years. It was what got me into betting in the first place and to this day I remember arriving in Bristol in 2007, checking into my hotel and placing a big bet on Volandri to beat Federer at odds of $21, which ended up paying for my entire trip. In 2010 I decided to try and make a living from betting and this model has been one of the few that have been with me from the start.
The bank has risen over the years from $50,000 to $75,000 and this year it will be a $100,000 bank and the Kelly has remained the same at 1/25th. The goal is a profit of $50,000.
Now to be honest, I hate talking about the profitable models I follow, as readers then go and join and with any service, the more people following, the more competition there is and the worse prices I achieve, in saying that, I have never really had much trouble getting on with these bets and it really is the best Tennis model I have come across. The subscription is one of the most expensive out there at $2,497 for the year, which is just over $200 a month. But even with a small bank, you should be able to pay for that and have a healthy profit by seasons end. To see all the details head over to the Sportpunter Tennis page.
Over the past 3 and a half years I have placed 3,420 bets and the total profit stands at $67,521. The first years return does not do it justice as the bank was low and the Kelly was high, but you can see how consistently good the returns have been. 2012 was a pretty lean year, but every other year has been great.
If your bank is big enough and you want it to grow some more in 2014 then this model is for you. It is one that will be in my portfolio for many years to come.