Roger Refund on Wimbledon Winner

Roger Federer mightn't be your best bet for Wimbledon but wager with Unibet and the Swiss star will save your cash if he wins.

Wimbledon will begin at the end of the month with the world’s top tennis players gracing the grass court in England. Roger Federer’s a freak on the surface and he’ll be bidding to win an amazing eighth title. Unibet have a Roger Refund on the tournament that could see the Swiss Superstar save punters money if he becomes the champion once more. Whether you wager on the Fed Express or not, you may end up hoping he lifts the trophy.

Roger Refund 

Unibet will refund losing Pre Tournament Outright Men’s Winner bets if Federer wins Wimbledon. Place a maximum $60 bet on a male champion before the Slam starts, and you’ll get your cash back if Federer takes out the tournament! It won’t matter if your selection loses in the first round or the final; if Roger Rules Wimbledon your wager will be returned.

Fed to Express Himself at Wimbledon

Federer could be the best bloke to ever pick up a tennis racket and he’s at his best at Wimbledon. 7 of his 17 Slams have come on grass with the latest being in 2012. It was the last time RF won a Slam and while the 34 year old may not be at the peak of his powers anymore, he’s still a serious contender to claim this year’s tournament. The world number 2 was runner up in 2014, going down to Novak Djokovic in the final.

The Favourite

World Number 1 Novak Djokovic is the $2.35 favourite to defend his title. The Serbian sharp shooter will still be stinging after letting the French Open slip through his fingers, having won the Australian Open at the beginning of the year. The Joker is aiming for a third triumph at Wimbledon and will take some stopping.

Hometown Hero

Andy Murray is on the second line of betting on Unibet’s Outright Winner market at $3.25. The Scotsman has been in sizzling form this season having reached the Australian Open final and the Semis at Roland Garros. On Grass and in Great Britain Murray may just have the extra advantage he needs to win Wimbledon for a second time. The 28 year old took out a lead up tournament at Queens and will be one to watch with interest.

Will your selection surge to glory or will your require Roger to save your cash? Back a Wimbledon winner with Unibet and give yourself a second chance.