We’ve got betting offers that existing customers can take advantage of for the ATP Finals.
The top eight players in the world descend upon the ATP World Tour Finals on a quest to be crowned the top player.
In 2020 there will be a lot of new offers that will be published right here as soon as they are available.
Here’s what betting offers and odds were on Betting Sites last year :
Last Editions Betting Offers & Odds
Djokovic is the favourite to win this week. This looks even more likely after Nadal and Ferderer suffered defeats early in the week. Zverev won this tournament last year and plays Tsitsipas on Wednesday night. Both players are around evens to win, making it one of the more balanced matches.
If you’re looking to bet on this tournament, then we’ve rounded up the best offers.
ATP Finals Betting Offers
Here are some free bet offers that are available to existing customers. Although there are not as many as we’ve seen for the Grand Slams, there are five offers to take advantage of.
If you’re willing to sign up to a new bookmaker, there are plenty of even bigger free bets that you can get. They’re listing on the My Betting Sites homepage.
- Bet £50 and Get a £10 Free Bet
10Bet have a great offer for their customers looking to bet on the ATP Finals.
Bet £50+ on any tennis during the ATP Finals (min odds 4/5) and get a £10 free bet. It’s important to note you must opt-in to receive this offer.
- Get 10% of Your In-Play Losses Back as a Free Bet
Get 10% back on your in-play tennis losses every week, up to £25 in free bets. It runs during the calendar week, and only singles count.
You then have four days to use your free bet.
- Bet £10+ on an Acca and get a £5 free bet
Bet £10 on an accumulator with 3+ selections and NetBet will give you a £5 free bet.
Customers can take advantage of this once weekly. Each selection must be priced at 1.50 or greater and only pre-market bets count qualify.
- Place a 3+ Selection Acca and Get a Free Power Up
Place an accumulator with at least three selections, and Paddy Power will give you a free power up. It’s available for both singles, and doubles matches.
The awarded power up can only be used on tennis and has to be used within 24 hours.
How to Watch the ATP Finals Live
The rights to show the ATP Finals is shared between the BBC and Amazon.
The BBC have all the afternoon sessions, plus the semi-finals and final. These are also available via their iPlayer streaming service.
Amazon have the rights for the full tournament, so this is the only place you can watch the evening sessions. You’ll need an Amazon Prime account to stream it.
ATP World Tour Finals Odds
These odds have been taken a few days into the tournament. Djokovic is the favourite among bookmakers this year. He is priced at 1.66, giving a 60% implied probability that he will win the tournament.
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