1.Tennis Outright Betting
Grand Slams (Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, US Open)
All Outright bets shall stand, irrespective of whether the player competes, up until the 1st round draw has been made.
Once the 1st round draw has been made a player must play one point in the tournament for bets to stand, if a player withdraws prior to playing a single point then all outright bets placed on the given player will be made void and any outright market which is affected by the withdrawal will be subject to a Tattersalls R4.
Should a player take part in the event and then be forced to withdraw due to a positive covid test(s) then Outright bets will be made void.
All other Tournament Outright
Should a player withdraw and not hit one ball in the specified tournament then all bets placed will be made void and any outright market which is affected by the withdrawal will be subject to a Tattersalls rule 4.
2. Match Betting
In the event of a match not starting or starting but not being completed then all open bets (including set betting and in-running bets) will be void. However, if a player is disqualified after a match has commenced the team or player progressing onto the next round or being awarded the victory will be deemed the winner for settlement purposes.
3. Tournament Match Betting
Both players in a specified match bet must play one game in the tournament for bets to stand. If players progress to the same round of the tournament bets will be void, unless a tie price is provided and in that instance the tie price will determine settlement.
4. Name the Finalist
The specified tournament must be completed in full for bets to stand. If a nominated player does not play one game, the bet will be void.
5. Set Betting
In the event of a change in the number of sets to be played, match bets will stand, but set betting will be void.
6. Change in Venue etc.
In the event of a change of playing surface, venue, or outside to indoor court and vice versa, all bets will stand.
7. Winning Quarter/Winning Half
Name the Tournament Quarter the Winner comes from (1st/2nd/3rd/4th); Name the Tournament Half the Winner comes from (Top/Bottom).
The specified tournament must be completed in full for bets to stand.
8. First Set Betting
In the event of the first set not being completed bets will be void. For example, first set winner or first set score.
9. Tie-break in first set
In the event of the first set not being completed bets will be void, unless the score has reached 6-6 in which case the market will be settled as 'Yes'.
10. Tie-break in match
If a match starts but does not complete, all bets will be void unless a tie-break has already occurred
11. Number of sets, including In-Play
In the event of a disqualification or retirement all bets will be void unless the final set has begun or the settlement of the bet has already been determined.
12. Total Games and Handicap Games, including In-Play
For the purposes of all such markets a tie-break or Champions' Tie-Break is counted as one game. In the event of abandonment, retirement or disqualification bets will be void unless the outcome has already been decided. For example, if a set is abandoned at 4-4 all bets on under/over 9.5 games in that set are void. If the set is abandoned at 5-5 then all bets on under 9.5 are deemed losers, all bets on over 9.5 are deemed winners. All Handicap bets will be void.
13. In-play Race markets
Bets are settled based on the first player to reach the nominated number of games in the relevant set. In the event of neither player reaching the number of games required (because of abandonment) then bets on that market will be void.
If the relevant set is not played then all race markets for that set will be void.
14. In-play set betting
Match must be completed for bets to stand. In the event of a disqualification or retirement all bets will be void.
15. In-play set winner (current and next)
In the event of a set starting but not being completed then all bets will be void.
16. In-play set score (current and next)
If no next set played then bets on that set will be void. The nominated set must be completed for bets to stand.
In some competitions (e.g. Seniors' Tour, non-Grand Slam doubles) matches that reach one set are decided by a "Champions' Tie-Break".
If a match is decided by a Champions' Tie-break then the Champions' Tie-break will be considered to be the third set. Set Betting will be settled as 2-1 to the winner of the Champions' Tie-break, and 3rd set winner will also be settled accordingly. Any bets taken on Next Game Winner or Next Game Score will be void if the next game turns out to be a Champions' Tie-break, though any bets on Next Game First Point will stand. Any bets taken in error for the Correct Score or Number of Games in the 3rd set will be void.
17. In-play total games in next set
If no next set played then bets on that set will be void. See also the general rules on Total Games markets.
18. In-play point betting
Bets are offered for a player to win the nominated point. In the event of the point not being played, due to the game or match ending, all bets on that point will be void.
If the nominated point is awarded as a penalty point, all bets on that point will be void. Bets stand regardless of whether or not a point takes place in a tie-break.
Bets are offered for the following to happen on a given point, Ace, Fault or Double Fault. In the event of the point not being played all bets on that point will be made void. Bets are settled on the data from the official ATP/WTA data supplier.
19. In-play game betting
Bets are offered for a player to win the next game. In the event of the game not starting, then all bets will be void. If a player is awarded the next game, bets will stand as long as one point has been completed.
Bets are offered for the following to happen within a given game, Ace, Break, Break Point, Fault, and Double Fault. Bets are also offered for the total number of Aces and Faults within a given game. All bets stand on the conclusion of the first point of the game if the game does not start then all bets on that game will be void. Bets are settled on the data from the official ATP/WTA data supplier.
20. Maximum Payout Limits
Please click here for details on maximum payout limits.
21. To win 1st Set and lose match & To lose 1st Set and win match
Match must be comepleted or these bets are void.
22. Player Total Games
Match must be completed or these bets are void
23. Stats Betting
i.e. Total aces, number of double faults, fastest serve, 1st serves percentage, etc.
23.1 Dead Heat Rules will apply in all Most Aces/Most Double Fault markets where a tie is not a specified option.
23.2 Results will be taken from the official ATP or WTA websites. In Grand Slams, the results will be taken from the official tournament website.
24. Bet Boosts & Enhanced Accas.
24.1 In the event of any players retiring or withdrawing the entire bet boost/enhanced acca will be made void.
24.2 If a Bet Boost features Aces or Double Faults and this part of the bet finishes in a tie, the Bet Boost will be deemed a loser.
25. Adverse Weather Interruptions:
If a match is interrupted due to adverse weather conditions then all open bets will stand and will be resulted upon the conclusion of the match.
26. Match Trebles:
Any bets struck on this market are subject to the following rules and override rule 23.1 and 23.2:
• If any leg of the treble finishes in a tie then this market will be resulted as a loser
• If either player retires during the match then all Match Treble bets will be void regardless of the score at the time
• There is a payout limit of £20,000 or currency equivalent per customer, per day (00.00-23.59 CET) on this market.
27. Simulated Tennis:
Simulated Tennis markets will be settled in accordance to our general tennis rules.
28. Round of Elimination
Should a player withdraw from a tournament during a match then he will be deemed to have lost in that round.
Should he withdraw at any other time then bets on the player in this market will be made void.