Get Treble Odds on Andy Murray to win Wimbledon when you Join 888Sport
Although Andy Murray once again lost out to Novak Djokovic at the French Open recently, the Scot is playing great tennis and could have enough to go all the way at Wimbledon.
If you think he might go all the way and fancy betting on it, the best odds on Murray to win Wimbledon in 2015 are currently available with 888Sport who will give you TREBLE ODDS on your first bet with them when you join.
That means that – assuming you don’t already have an 888Sport betting account already – you will be given the chance to back Murray at monster odds of almost 10/1, three times the current standard price of 16/5 (or just a shade over 3/1).
While this is clearly already a very nice betting offer, 888Sport make it even more attractive by throwing in an extra £5 casino bonus for good measure!
If you want to get the treble odds on Murray (or indeed any other sports bet) follow these simple steps:
- Join 888Sport using a link on this page (such as THIS ONE!)
- Make a deposit using your debit or credit card and place a bet of at least £5 and up to £10 on Murray to win Wimbledon
- If the British number one does the business you’ll be paid out in cash at the normal odds with the additional profit credited to your account within 72 hours
- When you place a sports bet of at least £5 you’ll also have a £5 casino bonus credited to your account to use as you see fit
Will Andy Murray win Wimbledon 2015?
Andy Murray is the second favourite to win Wimbledon in 2015, after world number one Novak Djokovic, who beat Murray in the semi final of the French Open recently before himself getting beaten in the final by Stan Wawrinka.
The fact that the Serbian failed to complete his career Grand Slam in Paris in June shows at least that he is human and will give the likes of Murray and Wawrinka hope ahead of Wimbledon. But can Murray get the better of the man against whom he has struggled in recent years? It certainly is possible as he took him to five sets in their last encounter and for periods of the game he was very much in the game.
Of course, the home support Murray will enjoy at Wimbledon will also work in his favour, and then he might not even need to play Djokovic at all if the draw keeps them apart until a possible meeting in the final and Wawrinka or someone else manages to get the better of the Serb.
It will still be a tough ask for Murray to go all the way, but backing him at treble the usual odds certainly gives you a good deal of betting value. But if you think it still doesn’t represent a good bet, you might instead be tempted by the 45/1 you could get on Wawrinka (treble the standard 15/1) or the 51/1 for Rafael Nadal to come back to form.
The choice is yours, but we think backing Murray to win Wimbledon at treble odds of almost 10/1 looks the bet to take, so get over to 888sport today and get involved.