Coral Enhanced Odds Offer: 8/1 on Novak Djokovic to win Wimbledon 2015
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Best odds on Djokovic to win Wimbledon offer has been extended by Coral, meaning you can get the enhanced odds of 8/1 even though we’re well into the second week at Wimbledon!
New customers to Coral can back defending Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic at massive enhanced odds of 8/1… and you’ll get a nice £20 free bet if he doesn’t retain his title!
*** Offer valid only until 07.59 (UK time) on Friday 10th July 2015 ***
World number one Novak Djokovic goes into this year’s Wimbledon as the red hot favourite having already swept up the Australian Open and just missed out at the French. And as the defending champion it is no surprise that the bookies are running scared of Djokovic, pricing him at best odds of around the 6/4 mark. Which makes Coral’s offer even more impressive!
If you think the Serb will stumble, however, the good news is that Coral are also offering an enhanced odds offer for Andy Murray to win Wimbledon at 12/1 instead! The choice is yours.
How does the offer work?
As mentioned, the offer from Coral is open to new customers only who JOIN CORAL, make a deposit and place a bet of £5 on Djokovic to win Wimbledon. (Incidentally, if you already have a Coral betting account, you might be interested instead in the TREBLE THE ODDS offer available with 888sport when you join them.)
If he goes all the way you will be paid out at the enhanced odds IN CASH.
If he doesn’t win the title, you will be given a £20 free bet for your troubles, giving you a second chance to make a nice profit.
Alternatively, you could opt to back Andy Murray at 12/1 to win Wimbledon instead; again, new customers only.
Will Djokovic win Wimbledon 2015?
With many of his main challengers for this year’s title either suffering poor form (Rafael Nadal), on the wane generally due to age (Roger Federer) or just not very good on grass (Stan Wawrinka, many pundits think that Novak Djokovic will cruise through the rounds and probably win the Wimbledon title with relative ease.
There is, of course, Andy Murray, who beat Djokovic in the 2013 final to claim his first Wimbledon title and who might just have it in him to overcome the Serb once again. But it has been the world number one who has dominated proceedings against the Scot since that final and – try as he might – Murray just can’t seem to find a way to regularly beat Djokovic.
As such, we have to agree with the bookies that the defending champion is the strong favourite for success in SW19 this year, and we feel that taking the massive odds enhancement of 8/1 with Coral has to be one of the best value bets we’ve seen for a very long time, so get on it and make yourself a tidy profit.