Thank you for you extremely Wise advice. Only thing is that i know Tennis extremely well. I have been following and playing tennis for over 20 years. i am also good at picking head to head matchups. Things like knowing if one player owns dominant record over the other player. Is the player on a hot streak or is he in a slump or is he dead tired from playing 2-3 weeks in a row. Or is the player highly motivated to do well in a certain tournament or does he have ton of points to defend in that particular tournament. How does one player's game matchup against the other player's game if they have not played each other before. Does the player's strength apply well to his opponent's weakness ? Lets say if the guys has one of the best backhand crosscourt in the game, does that shot apply well to his opponent's weakness like his running backhand.? Tennis is so much about applying your strength to your opponent's weakenss, and understanding how well can this be done ? Can this pro achieve this in a match and how strong is he mentally to pull it off ?
Okay, clearly I mis-underestimated your knowledge there, although I did cringe when I read your post on the future Davis Cup venues/surfaces etc. These types of mistakes can happen to anyone, but they're ones that are easily avoided, and can obviously impact on your long-term yield.
Anyway, the fact remains that you can have an excellent tennis knowledge but struggle to make it as a bettor. In which case, my advice is still that you should spend some time watching how a handful of bettors go about their business, and see if you can pick up on some solid techniques. But if your current strategy really is working as well for you as you say it is (but this must be long-term...a few months isn't long enough imo), who are we to advise you to do anything different? GL with it all.