Tennis Picks is, as the name would suggest, a Tennis tipping service.

They offer a 14 day free trial to all new subscribers during which time you can access the ‘Todays Picks’ members area and receive the tips e-mailed to your inbox.

The tips are sent each day between 10am and 12pm and include a suggested stake as a percentage of your bank.

They aim to make around 20% on your bank per month which is, I’m sure you’d agree, pretty optimistic but the published results show a return of 18% in January this year, 32% in February and 30% in March, so it would appear to be achieveable.

The website is nice and simple, and the picks are easy to access and easy to understand. You’re given the tournament of the bet, the location, the time, the match details, the selection, the bookmaker to bet with, the odds and the amount to stake.

They also offer an analysis of each selection, for example:

“Kohlscreiber has been in great form over the last month or so, and he continued this great run with a decisive win against Raonic yesterday. Kohlscreiber should be able to win this match well and I expect him to win in 2 straight sets.”

It’s clear they know what they’re talking about.

The staking plan is a percentage of your bank, so if you’re using a £1000 bank and you are advised to stake 2%, that would be £20.

So how did it get on in the trial?

I have been monitoring this service since 1st April and up to now, 19th August, the profit is standing at a paltry 8.8 points.

I have to admit I’ve been disappointed with this considering the returns the service has made prior to me testing it. I’ve spoken with David, who runs the service, and he’s been frustrated with the performance this summer but is optimistic it’ll return to form soon enough.

On the plus side, he’s reported the results accurately on the website, so I’ve no doubt whatsoever this is an open, transparent service.

Based on the results, I’m awarding this a Neutral rating for now, but I will continue to monitor the service as I have a sneaky suspicion it has a lot more to offer.

You can get a 14 day free trial here: