As news broke today of a set-back in Andy Murray's recovery from his hip injury it got me thinking about life after he retires. It has been a tough year having no Murray matches to follow given how consitently he had made the latter stages of pretty much all tennis tournaments over the past decade. Murray's dogged style of never giving up but also taking his eye off the ball when ahead meant that for many of us Betfair Tennis traders he was a goldmine.
Now that the NFL draft is complete and free agency is all but wrapped up, it feels like a good time to start looking at the Superbowl 53 in Atlanta. A lot can happen between now and the start of the season in September (injuries to key players being the biggest threat to any long term trades but this does allow for some quite juicy odds in a fairly wide open field this year.
It's that time of the year when as traders we have to make some adjustments to our general trading to keep earning that precious living!
As the main European leagues come to an end there is a clear decision that traders like us must make. They are:
It is that time of year again when the bookmakers are full of every single person in the world trying to place a bet.
They have listened to that crazy lady who got in the bath with some weird candles and the racing post to pick that 50/1 winner if you didn't guess it already then its the Grand National!
The greatest T20 tournament in the world is again upon us and we thought we would give you a guide to trading it!
Golf's biggest major kicks off later this week so we thought we would preview it for you traders!
If you have not already read it we have written a cracking article on how to make money trading golf, check it out here: https://betfairtradingcommunity.com/en/blog/golf-trading
As it is the end of the final international break before the World Cup begins in less than 80 days time I thought it would be good to do a preview of some of the teams who I think are value prices at the moment in the Betfair outright market. I'm looking for teams with the potential to trade lower during the tournament rather than teams who are favourite to win it.
With the imminent announcement of a Major League Baseball game being announced on British shores, it seems only right to preview the upcoming baseball season. Baseball is a sport that is hugely popular in America and has a decent following over here too, although, that has slowed down in recent years since it is no longer shown on one of the free to air channels. With a Yankees v Red Sox series headed to London I for one hope that the sport does grow here.
Lights out and away we go!
The greatest motor sport in the world is back this weekend and after some testing and new car design reveals we are ready for the proper racing to begin.