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Wimbledon final free bet - Get a £25 free bet on Murray v Federer

Andy Murray of Great Britain hits a forehand return during his semi final match against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France on day eleven of the Wimbledon Championships (credit: Julian Finney/Getty Images)
William Hill are giving all new customers a £25 free bet on Sunday’s massive Wimbledon men’s final between Andy Murray and Roger Federer.

Murray booked his first ever appearance in a Wimbledon final by beating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga on Friday, and now he faces the daunting task of meeting six-time champion Roger Federer on Sunday.

Murray is bidding to become the first British champion since Fred Perry dominated this Grand Slam tournament between 1934 and 1936, but to do it he must beat an in-form Federer who overcame Novak Djokovic in the semis to move a step closer to being world number one once again.

Bookmaker William Hill are bracing themselves for what is likely to be the biggest tennis betting match in their 78 year history, with early predictions suggesting that the Murray v Federer match will produce an Industry turnover in excess of £10 million, with a probable £5 million payout if Murray delivers.

Hill’s spokesman Rupert Adams told Bettingpro.com: “Our smaller stake customers are piling on Andy Murray in what is obviously a genuine patriotic punt and it looks like the bookies will be only people in Britain who won’t be cheering Andy on.”

If you want to get in on the record-setting action, you can with the help of a £25 free bet from William Hill.

To claim your free Wimbledon Final bet, follow these simple instructions:

  1. Go to williamhill.com
  2. Register a new account (it's free)
  3. Make a deposit of £25
  4. Receive a £25 free bet to use on the Wimbledon 2012 final.


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