Tennis Promotions

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This page catalogues the latest bookmaker Tennis promotions.

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Limited Time Promotions


Aus Open – 3.50 Odds for Williams, Nadal & Djokovic all to win in straight sets
(Expires Tue, 17 Jan 2017)

Ladbrokes are offering boosted multi odds of 3.50 for Serena Williams, Rafael Nadal & Novak Djokovic all to win in straight sets. Max bet $50.


Australian Open – Men's – Bonus Bet if Win First 2 Sets But Lose
(Expires Sun, 29 Jan 2017)

Place a head-to-head bet on any Australian Open men's match and receive a bonus bet equal to your stake up to $50 if your selection wins the first two sets but goes on to lose. This promotion excludes residents of SA & WA.

William Hill

Australian Open – Bonus Bet Per Ace
(Expires Sun, 29 Jan 2017)

Place a head to head bet (min bet $25) on the 2017 Australian Open Tennis Men’s and Women’s Singles Tournaments which begins on Monday, 16th of January and receive up to $10 in Bonus Bets for every ace your player serves. The amount of Bonus Bets awarded per ace will vary between 50c, $1, $2, $5 and $10 as set out in these terms and conditions. Probability of $10 Bonus Bet award is 1/100. Excludes NSW, SA and WA residents. Min bet $25. Singles matches only. First single bet per match. No in-play bets. Not available for Cashed Out bets. Full T&C’s and eligibility criteria apply, including turnover requirements for Bonus Bets. Bonus Bets expire 7 days after awarding. The probability of Bonus Bet amounts per ace being as follows:
50c Bonus Bet – 86%
$1.00 Bonus Bet – 5%
$2.00 Bonus Bet – 5%
$5.00 Bonus Bet – 3%
$10.00 Bonus Bet – 1%

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