Zig Zag Tennis System Review

Created by alleged ex professional tennis player Gary, Zig Zag Tennis System is a tennis betting system currently being sold by Streetwise News.

What is the product?

Zig Zag Tennis System  is a 20 page manual over which Gary shows you the same methods that he claims to have employed to make big profits every week. Zig Zag Tennis System is a tennis system which means that this will not work for the month of December however Gary and Streetwise News say that this shouldn’t be a problem as you will still produce selections for each of the other weeks. Whilst this weekly approach is the core of Zig Zag Tennis System, Gary is very keen to highlight how much can be made during the Grand Slams which are where the big bucks look to be earned. Zig Zag Tennis System  does require a Betfair account because as you will see from the way it works, the system seems to exploit movement in the markets.

The workings of Gary’s system are based around his time spent as a journeyman tennis player, that is to say, of a professional standard, but not good enough to take it to the next level. Whilst playing at this level Gary says that he noticed a “glitch” in that psychologically, players allegedly don’t alter their game based off in match events. The betting public however do and Zig Zag Tennis System  takes advantage of this to allow you to cash in on movements on various betting exchanges. Proofing is unfortunately not supplied and Streetwise News nor Gary provide any real evidence of the abilities of the system.

What is the investment vs. the rate of return?

The pricing for Zig Zag Tennis System is a long way from cheap with Streetwise News marketing the system for cost of £127, a significant amount of money. There is a guarantee offered by Streetwise News and Gary with them saying that if Zig Zag Tennis System has not made you “substantial” profit before May 2016 then you can claim a refund. I also feel it is worth pointing out that because of the nature of the sale, Consumer Contracts Regulations will be in effect meaning a 14 day cooling off period. In terms of what you can make, Gary says that £200 per day is reasonable and that during Grand Slams this can be as much as £5,347. It is worth keeping in mind that there are no mentions of staking to achieve this profit.

Does the product provide value for money?

I feel that Zig Zag Tennis System is far too expensive for what is on offer as the fact is that this is an unproven system.

Conclusion

Out of curiosity I calculated that each page of Zig Zag Tennis System will cost you £6.35 which is a lot of money for any betting system, particularly one that comes with no proofing or results. This is particularly disappointing as in the promotional material for Zig Zag Tennis System, Gary makes reference to looking back over the last 12 months of bets. Streetwise News have a rather questionable reputation when it comes to things like this and for me, I simply don’t see enough to offset that and the cost.

 
 

 

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