Serve It Up Tennis Tips is a relatively new tipster service on the Betting Gods platform.
The service might be new but the man behind it may be familiar to you as it is run by Tim who also advises horse racing tips through the very successful service, Big Race Bookie Buster.
Betting Gods have been proofing these tennis tips since the start of the year but the service has only been public on their site since the start of June.
Serve It Up advises bets on a number of tennis markets including match winner, tournament winner, set betting and total sets and advises stakes ranging from 1pt up to 10pts.
The tips are usually sent out in the morning between 8am and 11am and there is usually around 30 – 40 bets every month. If there are no selections Tim will send out an email to say so.
I was quite excited to try this service because Tim’s horse racing service had been doing so well and Serve It Up had produced a profit of 68 points in its 6 month proofing period.
I started my trial of Serve It Up Tennis Tips on the 2nd of June and recorded my bets over the following two months.
All my bets are recorded at the best odds available with bookmakers at the time of receiving the email.
Serve It Up Tennis Tips advises bets from 1pt stakes to 10pt stakes, however, I review all tipsters to 1pt level stakes in order to allow a better comparison between them.
For this reason all results below are recorded to 1pt level stakes, although, you can find a comparison of how this service would have preformed to advised stakes below my actual results.
Serve It Up Tennis Tips Stats
If you wish to take a closer look at the results you can download my results spreadsheet here.
My trial of Serve It Up Tennis Tips concluded with a total loss of 15.4 points and an ROI of -35%.
I had high hopes for this service but so far it hasn’t been on form with losses continuing to grow, the further the trial went on.
However, these results come form a fairly small sample size of only 44 bets so it could be argued that the poor results are just down to variance and will even themselves out.
That being said, it could also be argued that other services offered at a similar price are advising more tips and making better profits so you could get better value for money elsewhere.
Serve It Up had slightly better results from an ROI perspective when betting to advised stakes but produced a slightly bigger loss of 16.79pts.
Another thing I noticed was that the best odds tended to only be available with smaller bookmakers a lot of the time. There were quite a few bets were advised with Boyle Sports, Stan James etc.
I placed my bets at major bookmakers where possible.
If you are looking to place sizable stakes you will have trouble getting bets placed with these bookmakers and Boyle Sports and Stan James are very quick to restrict your accounts if you show the slightest sign of being a profitable gambler.
You can find full results for Serve It Up Tennis Tips dating back to January 2015 on the Betting Gods website.
How much does Serve It Up cost?
Serve It Up Tennis Tips costs £4.95 + VAT for the first month. After that if you wish to continue using the service you have 3 options.
Monthly – £19.95 + vat every month
Quarterly – £49.95 +vat every 3 months
For Life – £129.95 + vat
60 Day Money Back Guarantee
As with all of the Betting Gods tipsters, Serve It Up Tennis Tips comes with a 60 day money back guarantee.
If for whatever reason you are not happy with the service you can get a full refund, no questions asked.
Final thoughts on Serve It Up
Despite initially sounding like a promising service, Serve It Up preformed poorly over the period of the trial.
However, I’ll be keeping a close eye on this service to see if it gets back on form. 44 bets is a fairly small sample size and not enough to make a conclusive judgement of the service just yet.
I cannot recommend this service at the current time but I will keep you posted if things pick up.