Wimbledon 2012 Money-Back at Paddy Power

Raymond Doyle in Wimbledon 22 Jun 2012
Novak Djokovic is defending his title at Wimbledon 2012 (credit: Getty Images)

Wimbledon 2012 is set to provide its usual share of grass-court tennis excitement and bookmaker Paddy Power are running a fabulous special offer on both singles events.

A quartet of players are clear of the rest in the betting markets for the men’s and women’s competitions and the promotion is based on whether they make it through to the quarter-final stage.

The competitors in question are Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Andy Murray in the men’s singles and Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams, Petra Kvitova and Victoria Azarenka in the women’s.

Djokovic is defending the title he won for the first time last year when he deposed Nadal, while Kvitova made the Grand Slam breakthrough when she stunned Sharapova in the ladies’ final.

It promises to be a fantastic fortnight at SW19 and Paddy Power are cranking up the anticipation with one of their famous money-back promotions.

Place an outright win bet on any of the players named above and if they are knocked out before the quarter-finals, your stake will be refunded as a free bet.

Not only that, but all customers who sign up for a new account with Paddy Power are eligible to claim £250 in free bets and doing so is easy:
  1. Go to Paddy Power
  2. Register a new account 
  3. Make an initial deposit of £50 and receive a £50 free bet
  4. Receive another free £50 matched bet when you have placed a further four bets.
  5. Five subsequent bets later, you get a third £50 free bet
  6. Repeat step 5 for fourth and fifth £50 free bets


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