Rounding off our quarterly reports of best-performing tipsters through the first three months of 2021, we turn our eye towards those services that focus their attention on sports betting outside the two mainstream markets of horse racing and football.
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Profit: £461.02 to £20 average stake
The bottom half of our top ten is covered by only a couple of ROI percentage points, with Yellow Ball propping them up as a tennis tipster who focuses almost exclusively on the match winner market. After featuring in the top five of our Best Tipster rankings in both January and February, Yellow Ball might well have finished much higher in this list too, were it not for his results tailing off a little last month. Nonetheless, the bigger picture saw him still manage to accrue an 11% gain between the beginning of January and the end of March
Profit: £361.52 to £20 average stake
Latvian started the year quietly, but finished the quarter with a bang, with a 32% ROI earning him March's accolade of Best Tipster in Other Sports. A steady and easily manageable tip output has been matched by steady and very welcome profits since he first launched his multi-sport service in June 2019. As long as you follow his structured staking plan, then you should be able to match the positive returns he has enjoyed in various sports over that period, including football, basketball, handball, ice hockey and tennis.
Profit: £367.30 to £20 average stake
After an inauspicious first month for the multi-sport service of Taurus in November, his service has gone from strength to strength since reducing his initial preference for quantity with much more selective quality. That improvement manifested in a 23% yield in February which earned a top four appearance on that month's Best New Tipster leaderboard, and sandwiched between positive returns in January and March, that converted to a useful 12% in both of his preferred sports of ice hockey and handball.
Profit: £424.83 to £20 average stake
Penal07 has enjoyed a solid start to 2021, the culmination of eight straight months of growth since he rebooted his service last July. Despite the fact that around two thirds of his tips are from football, it is his one third of basketball selections that have carried the success of this service since the turn of the year, Indeed, if taken in isolation, his win rate yield from over sixty basketball tips would have taken him to top spot in this list, thanks to a 40% yield in that sport alone. Sometimes it pays to play to your strengths.
Profit: £783.41 to £20 average stake
In sixth place, DaleTipster is another relative newcomer to have made an almost instant impact since launching his tennis service on the Tipstrr platform. January's 60% gain was his fourth straight month of profit and earned him the runner up spot in our Best New Tipster countdown, a position he built upon when recently finishing fifth in March's Best Tipsters for Other sSports. Even a slight dip in form during February could not put much of a dent in a solid start to the year so far and a tidy 12% return.
Profit: £287.24 to £20 average stake
We start our top five with the ice hockey service of Polakfox who had been flying under the radar for much of his eighteen months on the site, before catching the eye with a monthly 19% ROI that earned him his first appearance in our top ten tipsters list for March. That was the best of four straight months of reliable performance, with his 68% win rate across well over a hundred selections in the Over/Under market of the NHL providing the backbone of his rock solid quarterly yield of 13%.
Profit: £1302.09 to £20 average stake
It's totally unsurprising to see Sports Insider featuring high on this list - after all he topped our Best Tipster rankings in January (25% ROI), before also featuring in both lists for February (16%) and March (13%). Once a varied multi-sport tipster, Sports Insider has not looked back since stripping his service down to his most successful market (basketball), and the result has been seven straight profitable months, culminating in his solid 19% yield through the first quarter of 2021
Profit: £1240.59 to £20 average stake
Kicking off the three medal positions is Tennisbeast, whose service has gained momentum alongside the more active tennis circuits around the world. A 2:1 split between MatchWinner tips and selections in the Asian Handicap Games market offers a varied approach to give an extra dimension to tennis betting. Eleven monthly gains out of fourteen since January 2020 suggest a betting model built for long-term success, as does his appearance in 2020's Best Tipster rankings, followed by that tasty 20% yield through the first three months of 2020.
Profit: £1718.92 to £20 average stake
After finishing second in January's Best Tipster rankings with a 21% ROI, sixth in February (13%) and third in March (26%), it's hardly a shock that Batibet is among our top two performers during the first quarter of 2021. About half of his selections are for football, but the fact that he also returned tasty profits in basketball, ice hockey and handball makes him worthy of his runner-up spot in this category. His is another service that has benefitted from reducing his tip volume to a more manageable level, proving the old adage that sometimes less is more.
Profit: £464.06 to £20 average stake
And so on to our first quarterly winner of 2021, and we're happy to award our top accolade to the popular tennis service of The Goat. This proven tipster with over two and a half years' experience on the Tipstrr site hit the ground running this year, recording a monthly ROI of 20% to finish 4th in January's Best Tipster rankings, and then topping the same list for February after doubling that monthly yield to a whopping 40%. March could not live up to those heights, but nevertheless another positive return completed six straight profitable months, and was still enough to head this leaderboard with a cool 23% yield so far this year. The Goat averages no more than a dozen or so tips per week in a variety of tennis markets, recommending bets only when he has identified worthwhile value, and clearly that strategy works to great effect, both short-term and long-term.
We hope there's enough quality tipsters in the above list to pique your interest in alternative sports betting, and we're confident that here at Tipstrr we offer enough varied services to suit most sporting tastes.
Well done again to The Goat for his impressive performance through the first quarter of the year, and we hope to see him and others featuring again in our Best Tipster rankings throughout the rest of 2021.