• #1 by Oxa (WellDoneSoft) on 22 Nov 2017
  • This can be considered the classics on tennis betting. You back the current server relying on the player's obvious (though sometimes insignificant) advantage. At the end of the game, you hope to green up the bet. Should the player have lost his/her service, the size of the bet is doubled to try and recoup the loss in the next game.

    If you have long been wondering what to do with those tennis variables, this example will clear it up for you!

    Backing and trading out the server in Tennis
  • #2 by rubold on 02 Jan 2018
  • I've just noticed the presence of this trigger on the website and I must say that it works very well.  I feel it could show long term profit with some tweaking eg. increasing the min back price and reducing the max back price.  Also waiting a few seconds after a game is finished before greening up.  I've noticed the lay price usually drops a few ticks from the price taken by the trigger.   The biggest risk is at the end of a match/set where they may be no decent price left for greening.
  • #3 by Oxa (WellDoneSoft) on 09 Jan 2018
  • Hello rubold,

    Thanks for commenting to this topic.

    You are right, the problem of poor prices for greening up at the end of a game is indeed the biggest one as long as this trigger concerns. In an ideal world, the prices would follow the progress of the match, but this is not the case with many matches. I would probably only limit this to markets with high liquidity and stop in the middle of the second set.