June's best tipsters in other sports

We round off our monthly Best Tipster countdowns for June by taking a closer look at those services that ply their trade beyond the two mainstream sports of horse racing and football.

You'll find a wide range of alternative sports markets represented, and hopefully among them there is a service that suits your own sports and betting preferences - if so, a quick click on any of the links will provide you with more information about each tipster, including details of any trial deals that are currently on offer.

Please note: If you have previously enjoyed a trial with a tipster, then you are no longer eligible for any trial period offered by the same service.

10th Tennis Madness - 139 tips, 13.1% ROI

Profit: £364.89 to £20 average stake

We kick off with Tennis Madness, the first of several tennis tipsters to feature in our list, and with Wimbledon in full flow, it's potentially a great time to consider adding such a service to your portfolio. This service has enjoyed six consecutive profitable months in the first half of 2021 to return a 9.4% yield since the turn of the year, while June's 46 winners from 49 match-winner selections earned him a 19% gain in that market. 

9th The Goat - 26 tips, 14.2% ROI

Profit: £73.84 to £20 average stake

Having topped this category on more than one occasion,The Goat will be a familiar face to our regular readers, but he's had to settle for ninth place on this occasion. June's more-than-decent 14% yield was built on a platform of 14 winners from 26 carefully selected tips, and at The Goat's usual advised odds of around 6/4, that was more than enough to put him in the black for the the the eighth month out of the last nine, and a healthy 12.6% return over the last six months.

8th Yr Hockey Investment - 22 tips, 15.4% ROI

Profit: £67.60 to £20 average stake

In contrast, Yr Hockey Investment is a new face to our rankings, and definitely one to keep an eye on for when the NHL season faces off again in October. As the action has dwindled in the playoff stages, so too has this tipster's output, of course, but that reduction in quantity brought an uptick in quality, as his 22 selections brought in 14 winners for a 15% yield. One to keep on ice, perhaps?

7th DaleTipster - 33 tips, 24.4% ROI

Profit: £160.80 to £20 average stake

It doesn't seem so long ago that DaleTipster won our Best New Tipster accolade, and yet he already seems to be a regular fixture among our best established tipsters. He's had to settle for seventh place this time around, but his 24% gain represents his seventh monthly gain since launching his tennis service nine months ago. Six of those gains have been higher than 20%, for an overall 19% yield since last October, converting to a tasty £2.2K in clear profit to level £20 stakes.

6th Billgkr Tips - 20 tips, 24.9% ROI

Profit: £99.47 to £20 average stake

Billgkr Tips has graced the Tipstrr platform since as long ago as January 2017, and any tipster who can provide profits from a combined 2000+ tips in basketball, football and tennis across a 4-and-a-half year period has certainly proved his sustainability. He's not one of our most prolific services, but what tips he publishes are usually worth waiting for, and in June his 20 selections provided eleven winners and a push at average odds of 2.41 to produce a cool 25% gain on investment.

5th Tennis 1 - 56 tips, 25.6% ROI

Profit: £169.09 to £20 average stake

Tennis 1 continues the domination of tennis tipsters in this line-up, and his success has increased the deeper into the ATP and WTA tennis circuits we have gone. This tipster is not one to shy away from longer odds, particularly in the Correct Score market and his risk/reward strategy has earned a 35% win rate at average odds above 3/1, converting to June's 24% yield and his fourth straight double-digit ROI.

4th Fade the Favorites - 30 tips, 30.1% ROI

Profit: £198.80 to £20 average stake

As basketball and American football have given way to baseball across the pond, Fade The Favorites has proved he is truly a man for all seasons by turning his attention successfully to the value to be found in the baseball markets. His 30 selections in the MLB produced 17 winners at better than even money to create a tidy profit, and if you like your sports stateside, then this varied multi-sport service could add an extra dimension to your betting.

3rd Richard Kevin - 43 tips, 43.7% ROI

Profit: £356.20 to £20 average stake

Our only dedicated basketball tipster to feature in this month's top ten belongs to Richard Kevin, and while it has not always been relentless success for this service, the peaks in form have by far outweighed the occasional dips. A simple strategy utilises a single-unit staking plan exclusively in the match-winner market, making it an easy service to follow, and leaving RK to do nothing more than pick out the best value in that market from basketball leagues all over the world. That 43% ROI in June suggests that when he finds that value, he's a slam dunk for profit. 

2nd Gold Digger - 33 tips, 32.7% ROI

Profit: £235.66 to £20 average stake

Our runner-up spot goes to another previous winner of this category as we welcome the multi-sport service of Gold Digger back to the podium positions. Tennis remains the bedrock of his service, but the inclusion of other sports keeps the service varied and offers more diverse betting options. Simple maths tells us that a 53% win rate at average odds well above even money can mean only one thing - a tasty 45% ROI for the month to keep his long-term profit line trending inexorably upwards.

1st Wadster Tips - 49 tips, 45.9% ROI

Profit: £377.50 to £20 average stake

At the top of this month's rankings, Wadster Tips is another familiar tennis tipster who appears to be hitting peak form at the perfect time in the midst of arguably the biggest Grand Slam tournament of the year. Four monthly gains out of five since the tennis season resumed in February have culminated in Wadster's best month in two years, all adding up to a 12.7% yield since the turn of the year, and over £1300 in clear profit since he rebooted his popular service last September. His knowledge of the ATP and WTA circuits is matched by an expert eye for value that allowed him to combine average odds of almost 3/1 with a 41% win rate to produce an excellent 46% ROI for his best monthly return in nearly two years.

We're sure you'll agree that most sporting preferences are covered by our featured services, any of whom might fit the bill to spread your betting wings and add extra depth to your tipster portfolio.

Well done yet again to Wadster Tips for his achievements throughout June, and we hope to see him and others featuring again in our Best Tipster rankings throughout the rest of 2021.