Paddypower: Murray Mania

June 26, 2013 by  
Filed under News

It is your last chance to grab some instant risk free cash on Andy Murray at Wimbledon thanks to Paddypower whose money back special offer has just got a little tastier after Roger Federer was knocked out last night.

Applies to single bets placed on the Wimbledon Men’s outright market before the start of Round 3 only.
Applies to win part of each-way bets only.
Max refund E100/£100 per customer.
Paddy Power Tennis rules apply.

Obviously with Federer going out then Murray’s odds have come in very nicely meaning you can lock in a nice risk free profit using out “What..If..Refund” spreadsheet look….

Here we are BACKing / LAYing Djokovic (1.72 / 2.16) in the outright market AND LAYing Murray (2.64) in the outright market too to lock in a profit.

“What..If..Refund” spreadsheet

So remember with these if x, y or z happens you will get a free bet, refund or bonus offer, we are looking to BACK and LAY a different selection other than he named one and then LAY the named selection to lock in some risk free profit or maybe just find a good match up in back / lay odds, giving you a very low loss and hope the outcome hits for a nice payout.

And to find out even more about these types of offers then click here –

You only have until the start the 3rd round on Friday (28th) to get your bets on so just click below to get cracking….

Click Here For More Details – New Users Get a Free £50 Bet Too

Betvictor: Murray Refunds

November 5, 2012 by  
Filed under Betvictor, Tennis

Murray Refunds

ATP World Tour Finals, O2 Arena, London – November 5th – 12th, Live on Sky Sports

If Andy Murray wins the ATP World Tour Finals BetVictor will refund all losing pre-event Outright Winner market bets as free bets, up to a maximum of £50 per person/household.

ATP World Tour Finals, O2 Arena, London – November 5th – 12th, Live on Sky Sports

Offer applies to all pre-event Outright Winner market single bets only and the win part of each-way bets only. Multiple bets will not count. Bets placed on the “Live” part of the website and in-running (IR) bets will not qualify.
Bets placed using Promo Cash will not qualify – real money bets only. Void bets will not qualify. The maximum total refund is £50 in Promo Cash per person or household irrespective of the number of outright market bets placed or the value of these bets. Andy Murray must lift the trophy and be declared the official winner.

Click Here For More Details – New Users Get a Free £25 Bet Too


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Ladbrokes: Murray Moneyback

September 9, 2012 by  
Filed under Ladbrokes, Tennis

Murray Money Back

Bet on Andy Murray to win the US Open Final and if he loses in the 5th set, we will refund your losing pre-match bet, as a free bet, up to £100

Click Here For More Details – New Users Get a Free £50 Bet Too


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Advantage Ladbrokes

November 18, 2011 by  
Filed under News

Anyone for Tennis. No? Well I am sure you will be when you see the next brilliant cashback deal from Ladbrokes.

As we said just the other day if you ain’t got an account yet you really should get one as you are missing out on some great deals, look…..

If Andy Murray wins the ATP world tour finals we will refund all losing tournament outright single bets

This is yet another excellent offer from the cashback kings as you can get some great value playing these or you can even lock in some guaranteed profits if you like too. The event kicks off on 20th November so plenty of time to get this sorted.

All you need to do is find a selection other than Murray, UNDERLAY your selection in the Winners Market and then LAY the Murray again in the same market to lock in a profit.

At the time of typing there is currently just under £8 in risk free profit to lock in on this one using Roger Federer (2.62 to back / 2.98 to lay) as your selection, with Murray 4.2 to lay. But it is partner friendly too so you can get double bubble bonuses (and if you have any shops in the area then you can play along there too). So the choice is endless and very profitable!)

And we even have a free spreadsheet to do all the calculations for you.

Download the spreadsheet here

Here’s a sneaky peek for you…….

So just to recap you need to BACK and LAY anyone other than Murray to win the tournament and then LAY Murray to win the event too to lock in some risk free profit.

So grab the sheet, enter the figures into the boxes based on the current odds and play around with the stakes until you are happy with the profit and the liabilities.

Of course you cannot play without an account and you can pick up a free £20 bet when you bet £10 if you sign up using our link below.

So if you need any risk free options for that, just drop us a line, and we can send you some options straight back.

Naturally you will be needing a Ladbrokes account too, ideal for all these little extras they keep chucking at us recently. So if you don’t have one you can grab a massive free £50 sign up bet too, all nice and easy as we have all the bets for this on Oddsmatcher.

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and the great thing is you can qualify for the free sign up bet with a bet at ANY odds, look…..

How Low Go You Go?

Here is the link you need to get signed up with:


1. If Andy Murray wins the ATP world tour finals we will refund all losing tournament outright single bets
2. Offer is available to new and existing online, phone, mobile and shop customers.
3. Offer applies to single bets only. Refund will not apply to the place part of each way bets or any Multiple bets.
4. Offer only applies to losing bets placed on the tournament outright market of the ATP World tour finals before the first match on 20/11/11. Offer only applies if Andy Murray wins the tournament.
5. Qualifying bet must be placed before the first match 20/11/11. Bets in play do not count.
6. You must be aged 18 years or over to bet and participate in this promotion.
7. Maximum refund £100 per customer.
8. Offer applies to first bet placed.
9. Void bets do not count.
10. Bets placed with Free Bets do not count.
11. Ladbrokes accepts no responsibility for system or connection problems that might affect any end user during the promotion.
12. Offer is only open to customers living in the UK and Ireland betting on the English or Irish language site.
13. Ladbrokes may determine at its sole discretion whether it believes different entries or accounts are connected to the same person, using whatever methods it deems appropriate.
14. In the event of a breach of these terms and conditions Ladbrokes reserve the right to take such action as it deems appropriate in its absolute discretion.
15. The promoter is Ladbrokes Sportsbook LP, a limited partnership registered in Gibraltar, number 44, whose registered office is 57/63 Line Wall Road, Gibraltar.

How British is Andy Murray?

July 2, 2009 by  
Filed under News

Do check out the AndyMurrayometer an indispensable indicator as to whether the tennis player Andy Murray should be described in conversation as “British” or “Scottish”.

As Murray mania sweeps the nation during Wimbledon it is clear many journalists and sports commentators are confused as to his identity status.

North of the border we tend to see or hear…..

“Britain’s Andy Murray last night lost in the first round…”
“Scotland’s Andy Murray reached the semi finals yesterday…”

Yet Fleet Street go with…..

“Scotland’s Andy Murray last night lost in the first round…”
“Britain’s Andy Murray reached the semi finals yesterday…”

Anyway have a look for yourself at and cast your vote.

Infact bookmaker Paddypower is following this too and you can now bet on just how British the nation think Andy Murray is?

And have a look at this Andy Murray chatting with Channelbee owner Tim Lovejoy. Skip to [1.45] in the video to see Murray doing some extremely impressive keep-ups with a tennis ball. Isn’t it annoying how some people are naturally good at every sport? Perhaps George Burley might be interested and finally claim him for Scotland once and for all?