July 2009 provided some surprise bonuses for traders concentrating on Formula 1. These opportunities are likely to continue so look out for sports arbitrage trades in all types of match-bet (Qualifying and Race bets) as well as within the Finish/Not Finish markets.
All in all, the month produced an excellent crop of arbs. Over 13,000 surebets were available across a range of 1412 unique matches and games. Average profit yields edged up slightly to 3.7%.
Soccer & tennis continue to be the most yielding sports with a total of 6264 arbs. However, golf is catching up and is likely to remain one of the principal trading sports throughout the summer.
The summer is traditionally the most busy time of the year for many sports arbitrage traders. Multiple Grand Slam events in tennis and golf will provide you with extraordinary opportunities to profit. This all starts in May on the clay courts of the French Open