Hey Team!

The US Open has just started and runs until the 10th September. Whilst Murray has pulled out with a hip injury, the bookmakers are still dishing out the offers!

Tennis offer can be a little complicated due to the tennis retirement rules.

So if you are a casual matched better, then I'd recommend focusing on the Ladbrokes £10 refund offer.

Whereas if you've got 30 minutes spare time today, then read further below for details on tennis retirement rules and how to complete these offers!

Ladbrokes £10 Refund Every Day

Ladbrokes are running a £10 Refund every day on the opening match on the Arthur Ashe Court.

Strategy: Simply back a correct score in the first set and if it loses, you get your money back as a free bet. If it wins, then you'll get a big payout! Due to the poor lay odds it's not worth trying to lay, instead treat this as being profitable in the long term.

Tennis Offers Every Day

There are numerous tennis offers running every day such as:

For all US Open Tennis offers currently available, please check the OddsMonkey US Open Tennis Offers thread. If you're new to completing tennis offers, please check out the guides below.

Tennis Offers Guides

I have written 2 guides to help you complete these tennis offers, it is important to read both these guides so you can understand how tennis retirement rules impact the offers!

New Guide #1 Tennis Retirement Rules

In summary you will learn:

  • What are tennis retirement rules
  • Matched betting example
  • Which bookmakers use which rules
New Guide #2 Tennis Tools

In summary you will learn:

  • How can you complete tennis offers
  • Using the Tennis Matcher
  • Using the Dutching Tool
  • How to lay in-play offers
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