Why another tennis blog?
This blog is one I would want to read. I keep it current, engaging and fun with predictions, videos, blasts from the past and interesting topics.
How often is it updated?
Each week you can expect lighthearted tips on latest tournaments, players, and a little nostalgia. I may miss a week or 2 if I am on vacation, but I always schedule posts in advance to keep it fresh and up-to-date as possible with tournament predictions.
How is it different from other tennis blogs?
I like to think that this is a good one stop shop. I want people to revisit older players, classic matches and have fun. Other blogs, some of which I link to, offer great day-to-day analysis, rankings and more in depth comment, but I want to provide quick, accurate info.
Why are you called The Tennis Tipster?
I may not be Bud Collins but I keep a close eye on who’s playing well, their records, injuries, form etc and have done pretty well to date on predicting matches (you can find me on http://www.fantasytennistour.com), so I throw out some tips for each ATP level tournament.
Why do you only cover the men’s game?
Simply because I follow it more closely and don’t have time to keep track of another whole tour, but that’s not to say I don’t enjoy women’s tennis.
Do you advertise?
Yes. Please get in touch to find out more.
Do you do link exchanges?
Yes. If I like your blog and you don’t mind linking back to me as well, I am happy to consider it. What’s good for you is good for me and vice versa.
Where do you get your information?
I write up my own posts and glean stats from various trusted sources like the ATP. If you see something you claim to have written, let me know. I won’t be offended and can add a source quote.
Are you on Twitter?
Absolutley. Find me @Tennis_Tipster
Who are your favorite players of all time?
Boris Becker, Marcelo Rios, Gustavo Kuerten, Juan Carlos Ferrero, David Nalbandian, Roger Federer, Pat Rafter and Andre Agassi