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Here are some Frequently asked questions about tennis trading and the package Pro Tennis Trader offers:

Q: How long will it take me to be up and running as a tennis trader?

A: The course is designed to get you up and running as quickly as possible as a tennis trader. Whilst some people may be able to wizz through the course and get going with trading within a couple of days, I would suggest taking your time with the course ensuring you understand each chapter before jumping in. However, I would expect most people who have some understanding of tennis to be up and running within a week or two depending on how much time you set aside.


Q: Do I need any prior trading experience?

A: No you do not need any previous experience of trading. The course provides you with everything you need to hit the ground running as a tennis trader.


Q: Do I need to know the rules of tennis?

A: In a word, Yes. However, you do not need to the know the rules before beginning the course as I provide a great resource for learning the rules of tennis quickly.


Q: I work full-time, is it worth me learning to trade tennis matches?

A: I began trading tennis matches working full-time. The beauty of trading tennis matches is that there are often matches going on all day and often at night depending on where in the world the tournaments are. The even better thing is that tournament finals are on the weekends and these often provide the best trading opportunities. This obviously provides an advantage over financial markets trading which are only open on weekdays and working hours.


Q: Can I trade tennis matches all year round?

A: The only month of the year you cannot trade is most of December. However, for the rest of the year there are tournaments going on seven days a week. Again, much more trading days than with the financial markets.


Q: How much money do I need to start trading tennis matches?

A: I would suggest a minimum trading bank of £100 to start your trading journey with. However, if you follow my rules for the “Risk free Money” process, you will easily make between £60 and £100 before you begin trading.

Q: I can find cheaper training guides on the internet, why should I pay £59.99 for your course?

A:  The price of Pro Tennis Traders guide to Tennis Trading is based on the value it offers to its customers. The package provides you with everything you need to get up and running as a professional tennis trader. This is a very small price to pay for a package which can potentially kick start a whole new career for you or at least provide you with a very nice side income. In addition, we offer you a risk free method of making between 100% and 400% of this initial investment back straight away. I think you will agree, the price is extremely good value for what you receive.

Q: What type of personality is tennis trading suited to?

A: There are all sorts of personality types that trade the tennis markets. I would say as long as you have the right mind-set and a positive outlook you will suit this great past time.


Q: What is the minimum age to trade tennis matches?

A: You must be at least 18 years old to trade tennis matches. If you are under 18, you will not be able to register for an account on the betfair exchange.


Q: What support do I get when I purchase the course?

A: I believe I have included everything you need in the course and covered as many answers to questions as I can possibly think of, however when you purchase the course, you will be provided with 2 support tickets which give you the option to raise questions or queries via email on 2 occasions. If you need further support, you will be able to purchase more support tickets.


Q: What is a realistic earning potential from trading tennis matches?

A: This all depends on the size of your trading bank. My advice, as you will find out in the course is to grow your trading bank organically but some people may like to use a larger bank once they feel confident with trading. Some traders are happy making a bit of pocket money each month where as other traders who trade full-time make a lot more. There are many traders out there who make in excess of £10,000 per month and this is possible further down the line. For the moment though, I would suggest trading from smaller banks until you are 100% confident with trading.


Q: What equipment do I need to trade tennis matches?

A: Simple, a laptop and an internet connection.


Q: Is it difficult to start trading tennis matches?

A: If you decided to trade tennis matches with no guidance then yes it would be difficult and I could almost guarantee that you would lose money. However, my course is designed to offer a simple yet comprehensive guide to getting up and running as a tennis trader. You do not need super intelligence, just a positive attitude and average level of intellect will do.


Q: How often will I need to trade to make decent profits?

A: Many of the strategies I offer are based on long term value. This means, that along with every other form of trading, you will not profit from every trade. However, the winning trades will out weigh the losing trades in terms of value and this is how most trading strategies work. It is therefore very difficult to answer this question. The best answer is that the more matches you trade; the more money you will make. However, many traders only trade tournament finals and so perhaps only one or two matches per week. To begin with, I would suggest getting as many matches under your belt as possible so you can experience as many different trading scenarios as possible. If this sounds like a chore, it should not be. Trading tennis matches is great fun and you will learn so much about trading as well as yourself whilst you are trading. 

Q: What is the liability of Pro Tennis Trader?

A: Pro Tennis Trader shall not be liable and cannot be held responsible for any any financial losses or damages that may occur or that you may suffer as a result of the tips, predictions, betting advices, strategies or third party links provided on the Website or through other means. Always use the information provided on the Website and Social Media at your own risk and bet and trade carefully and functionally. Pro Tennis Trader shall not be held responsible for the decisions you take, which you base on the tips, predictions or strategies contained on the Website and other means.

Neither Pro Tennis Trader, nor any of our directors, employees or other representatives will be liable for loss or damage arising out of or in connection with the use of the Website. This is a comprehensive limitation of liability that applies to all damages of any kind, including (without limitation) compensatory, direct, indirect or consequential damages, loss of data, income or profit, loss of or damage to property and claims of third parties.

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