Links, Blogs & Bloggers

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Sites I visit:- - Fantastic tennis statistic website and community (subscription required) - Full of useful data including point by point scoring - Huge list of available bookmaker prices - In-play betting exchange - Betting/Tipping Community - Very useful betting tools including betting spreadsheet and Kelly Criterion calculator - Provider of Daily Tennis Analysis, Insight and Betting Tips


Sites where my work is featured:- - Sports betting blogs and articles - Sports statistics magazine (subscription required) - UK Tennis Magazine - Scott Ferguson's blog about betting, trading and sport - Pinnacle Sports Articles - Champion Picks Betting 360 Podcast - Sports Trading Life - Bet Angel

Reader Tennis/Sports Betting blogs:- - The Great Trade Robbery - A sports traders journey
badmintonbettingblog - The first and only Badminton Betting blog

Always happy to include reciprocal links.  Feel free to contact me to add your blog or website to my list.

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