The 2016 French Open is underway and there are some fantastic offers available
The bookmakers are reporting plenty of bets on the French Open since it started, with the best male and female players in the world battling it out on the clay courts of Roland Garros.
Betting on tennis is highly exciting, with In-Play markets giving you the chance to bet on every point if you wish to do so! There’s also the usual markets such as Match Winner, Set Winner and Game Winner while the live streaming that often accompanies the live betting is a great way of enjoying the full package.
In addition to the free bets on offer when you open a betting account, there are some fantastic promotions that become available as an existing customer and that ensures you can make the most from your French Open betting. That is why it’s worth having several betting accounts so that you can benefit from the various promotions that are made available.
Over at bet365, they are live streaming the 2016 French Open so that you can log into your account and enjoy the action from the show courts in Paris. That includes being able to watch the top players such as Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal.
This live streaming service is a fantastic way of enjoying the French Open on the move, with customers able to access pictures from Roland Garros whether it’s through your PC, laptop, tablet or mobile device. The picture quality is pretty good and it means that you don’t have to miss a minute when it comes to watching your favourite players.
New bet365 customers can also claim a £200 free bet in the form of a 100% deposit bonus when they register, something that gives you a nice big betting balance when you have an account. You have to roll over your existing deposit and the bonus three times each before you’re able to make a withdrawal.
There is also something called the Tennis Accumulator Bonus at bet365. This is where customers can earn an additional 50% bonus on accumulators including matches from all top tennis tournaments such as the French Open.
Place a successful double with bet365 and you can enjoy a 5% bonus on any winnings, while a 15% bonus is available on successful five-folds. If you manage to strike it rich on a twelve-fold, then you can land a 50% bonus on winnings and that’s a lot to shout about!
Over at Boylesports, they have something pretty special for the men’s singles at Roland Garros. Should you place a bet on a player winning their match and they end up losing in a fifth-set decider, then you will get money back up to £25 as a free bet.
So when Radek Stepanek lost to Andy Murray in the opening round, then punters who chanced their arm by betting on the veteran player could console themselves with the fact that they were getting a refund on their bet.
Sportingbet have a couple of tasty offers which really makes appeal to those tennis punters who like placing a multiple bet. So if you go for a fivefold on the 2016 French Open and one leg lets you down (which is often the way), then this bookmaker will refund your bet.
Just remember with this offer that each leg of the bet must be 1/4 or bigger, although that is hardly a big problem as you get further into the tournament and the matches are largely more competitive.
In addition, Sportingbet have another offer which rewards punters who back players enjoying a fast start to the match. So if your player wins the first set but loses the match, then you will get your bet refunded as a losing bet which means there will be plenty of payouts.
Over at Winner, there’s a similar opportunity to benefit from accumulator bets on tennis. The great thing about a massive tournament such as the 2016 French Open is that there are so many games happening on a daily basis, all the way through to the business end of the competition.
So with Winner, you can enjoy a bonus on your multiple bets, with up to 50% available should you manage to unearth a string of 12 winners or more. The offer applies to winnings on all pre-match tennis accumulators of two or more selections on Match Winner, First Set Winner and Set Betting markets.
10Bet have gone down the money back route with their French Open tennis offers and it means that refunds can be enjoyed with up to 100% available as money back should your multiple bet blow up.
Place a four-fold involving selections at 1.60 or bigger and you will get a refund on your bet should one leg let you down.
Coral and Sky Bet have both been serving up enhanced multiples since the 2016 French Open began, with Coral going live with daily price boosts which allow you to back the top players at the biggest possible accumulator prices.
So for example, you might get 5/1 about three players winning their respective matches or there might be similar odds that a particular trio win in straight sets.
Coral also have Cash Out betting for tennis single and multiple bets, which is great when the matches are staggered and your accumulator bets are starting to look particularly good. Don’t let one leg let you down at the death!
Over at Sky Bet, price boosts are all the rage and Andy Murray was enhanced during the first week of the French Open for an outright success, while this bookmaker might opt to boost other players as we reach the business end of the competition.