This is a one off review of Total tennis trading, a product from the same stable as the approved Total Football Trading.

The package consists of eight different trading strategies and costs $77 (roughly £50), so expensive this isn’t! Each strategy appears well thought out and there is also a guide on factors to consider should you want to develop your own strategies.

One thing you may need to consider is the times that Tennis tends to be played. During the summer, many tennis matches are played during the afternoon and early evenings. These are trading strategies so you need to be able to watch the ebb and flow of the odds movements. Later the scene moves to the US, but this will mean some late nights, and very early mornings when the Australian tournaments are being played.

As stated above, there are eight different strategies:  3 for beginners, 2 for intermediate traders and 3 for advanced traders. Most of these strategies appear to me to be (very) different form the TradeShark tennis trading strategies.

The beginner’s strategies have been around a while, but there are some new angles introduced here that should make them worthwhile. I have seen one of the advanced strategies before too. Please do not misunderstand me, I play “Lay The Draw” in football and still do so successfully even though people tell me to this day that this strategy no longer works! That some of these strategies have been around a while does not devalue them!

I like the way each strategy is presented. You get the logic behind the strategy, clear instructions on how to select a qualifying match followed by clear instructions on entry and exits, including stop loss. Each strategy is also supported with examples.

There’s a section on staking and money management too. If you are new to trading then you will need to Google some articles on trading psychology though. Having the correct trader’s psychology is a major component in being a consistently successful trader!

So, a set of what appears to be well thought out strategies, one or more which should suit you if you want to get in to tennis trading. I am happy to APPROVE this on that basis.

You can get Total Tennis Trading here: