Congratulations to our winning Tipsters

Rafael Nadal 9 time winner!

Congratulations to the following TennisInsight members who took home the prizes for Roland Garros Tipping!
(Prizes of bonus membership have been credited!)

For the full results click here for the Mens and click here for the Womens.

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Congratulations to our winning Tipsters

Is Rafael the greatest ever? After the US Open the evidence looks more and more compelling. But who is TI’s greatest ever tipper? We’re not sure but below are the best achievers from the US Open.

Congratulations to the following TennisInsight members who took home the prizes for US Open Tipping!
(Prizes of bonus membership have been credited!)

For the full results click here for the Mens and click here for the Womens.

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Congratulations to our winning Tipsters

A historic French Open ends with Serena Williams looking more dominant than ever and Rafael Nadal lifting the trophy for a record 8th time.

Congratulations to the following TennisInsight members who took home the prizes for Roland Garros Tipping!
(Prizes of bonus membership will have been credited!)

For the full results click here for the Mens and click here for the Womens.

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2012 Wimbledon Tipping Winners

What an amazing Wimbledon it was with the ageing Federer and Serena Williams taking out the honours while Rafael Nadal lost a sensational 2nd round match and the Joker lost his number 1 ranking (albeit momentarily).

Congratulations to the following TennisInsight members who took home the prizes for Wimbledon Tipping!
(Prizes of bonus membership have been credited)

For the full results click here for the Mens and click here for the Womens.

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The slower the court, the more it favors the spaniards is a conventional thought and it applies to almost all scenarios. However, the notion fails to answer why is rafael nadal so much tougher to beat on the grass courts in comparision to slower hard courts used at Melbourne or Indian wells. Grass is skiddy, more abrasive in nature, the balls keep low (not good for some one who uses extreme grips on ground strokes liek nadal does) and the ball moves through the court quicker than many hard courts despite the recent slowing down of grass. How on Earth does the spaniard become the indomitable force on grass? How