Roger Refund on US Open Bets
August 28, 2015
The final Grand Slam of the season is just days away. Will the 2015 US Open be won by a familiar face or will we see a new champion like last year? Whoever you select to take out the tournament make sure you wager with Unibet and you’ll be refunded if Roger Federer claims the trophy.
Place a Pre Tournament Men’s Outright Winner bet on the US Open with Unibet and you’ll be refunded if Roger Federer is the champion. That’s right wager on any other player before the Grand Slam starts on August 31 and if they don’t win it, but Roger does, you’ll get your money back up to $70. Any bets above $70 will not be valid for a refund. So back who you think will win and if it doesn’t matter whether your man gets knocked out in the first round or loses the final; if your bet is unsuccessful but Roger Federer wins the completion, you’ll get your cash returned.
Can Roger Rescue Losing Bets?
Federer won the US Open 5 times in a row from 2004 to 2008, but hasn’t reclaimed his the silverware since. He’s currently tied with greats Jimmy Connors and Pete Sampras for the number of tournament triumphs but will be keen to secure a sixth title. The Swiss superstar is chasing Grand Slam 18 and his first since 2012. He came close at Wimbledon but fell to Djokovic in the final, so can the 34 year old go one better at Flushing Meadows? The Fed Express lost in at the semi final stage in 2014 and is a $5 with Unibet to go all the way.
Ahead of Fed
Novak Djokovic is a $2.10 favourite with Unibet to be the champion. The Serbian is aiming for a third Slam this year after winning the Australian Open and Wimbledon. The Joker’s only won the US Open once before, back in 2011. Andy Murray won the tournament a year after and is second on the line of betting to do so again. The Scotsman is paying $4.50 to triumph in New York. Here’s been there abouts at the Slams in 2015 with 2 semi-final appearances and a runner up from the 3 major competitions.
Marin Cilic must get a mention as he’s the reigning champion. He stunned the field last year to win his first and only Slam to date but is over $50 to defend his title. While Australia’s Nick Kyrgios is at $71 to cause a shock this time around.