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Murray v Federer £10 no deposit free bet from Sky Bet

Britain's Andy Murray celebrates his men's singles semi-final victory over France's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, as Tsonga appeals a line-call on day 11 of the 2012 Wimbledon Championships (credit: GLYN KIRK/AFP/GettyImages)

Sky Bet are giving all new customers a £10 no deposit free bet on Sunday’s Wimbledon men’s final between Andy Murray and Roger Federer.

Murray made history on Friday by ending Britain’s 70-plus year wait for a men’s finalist at SW19, beating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in a semi-final match that went to four sets, and now he faces a huge test as he looks to make history again by winning his first Grand Slam.

However, standing in his way is an in-form Roger Federer who marched to a semi-final win over current world number one Djokovic. Federer is looking to win tennis’ most prestigious tournament for a seventh time and, in the process, return to top sport in the world rankings.

Online bookmaker Sky Bet will be offering the usual betting markets for this massive encounter, and they are also giving Bettingpro readers a £10 free bet on Murray v Federer when you open an account at their website.

So regardless of who you plan to bet on, Murray or Federer, you can do it with a £10 no deposit required free bet at Sky Bet. To claim your free bet follow these simple instructions:

  1. Go to Skybet.com
  2. Register a new account (it's free)
  3. Receive a £10 no deposit required free bet to use on Murray v Federer



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