3.2 TENNIS LIVE

If an event has been cancelled, suspended or postponed, the bet is still valid when the specific market outcome has been already determined, even if at a later point the event is suspended or cancelled.

* § 3.0.11. Example 3 of the General section of Terms and Conditions

 3.2.1. If a tennis match is officially postponed or suspended, all bets related to it will remain valid if the match is held by midnight on the third day. In case of betting on partial results or other events related to competitions, the bet is still valid when the specific market outcome has been already determined, even if at a later point the event is suspended or cancelled.

3.2.2. Unless otherwise specified for some types of bet, if a player retires during a match, the bet is still valid when the specific market outcome has been already determined, even if at a later point the event is suspended or cancelled.

3.2.3. Market Types

  • Head to Head Games

You have to predict the tennis player who will win the match:

WIN 1 indicates the victory of tennis player "1"
WIN 2 indicates the win of the tennis player "2"

Important Note: If a tennis player retires during the match, the bets accepted on that tennis player will be considered as lost, vice versa, the bet is to be refunded if a tennis player retires before going into the field.

  • Head to Head Set

You have to predict which tennis player will win the set in progress (shown in the bet header). Participation of both tennis players (or "outcomes") at each single set need to participate for the bet to count.

Important Note: If one of the two tennis players retires during a set, those who remain will win. If the retirement takes place before the beginning of any set, the bet will be refunded.

  • Head to Head Handicap Games

The winner of the match must be predicted with the final result 1 or 2, taking into consideration that Player 1 has been assigned a positive or negative handicap on the games to be added or subtracted from the actual result at the end of the game.

Example 1 (Positive Handicap)
Roger Federer - Rafael Nadal Results Games 7 to 12
 
(Positive Handicap 2.5 on Player 1)
Result 7 to 12
Result with Handicap (7 + 2.5 = 9.5) then 9.5 to 12, the winning result is 2.
 
Example 2 (Negative Handicap)
Roger Federer - Rafael Nadal Total Games 7 to 12
 
(Negative Handicap -3.5 games on Player 1)
Result 7 to 12
Result with Handicap (7 - 3.5 = 3.5) then 3.5 to 12, the winning result is 2.
  • Head to Head Handicap Set

The winner of the match must be predicted with the classic final result 1 or 2, taking into account that Player 1 has been assigned a positive or negative handicap on the sets to be added or subtracted from the actual result at the end of the match.

Example 1 (Positive Handicap)
Roger Federer - Rafael Nadal score Set 3 to 1
 
(Positive Handicap 1.5 on Player 1)
Result 3 to 1
Result with Handicap (3 + 1.5 = 4.5) then 4.5 to 1, the winning result is 1.
 
Example 2 (Negative Handicap)
Roger Federer - Rafael Nadal score Set 3 to 1
 
(Negative Handicap -2.5 sets on Player 1)
Result 3 to 1
Result with Handicap (3 - 2.5 = 0.5) then 0.5 to 1, the winning result is 2.
  • Exact result

You have to predict the exact result of the match in terms of set won by each player. If a player retires during the match, all bets related to this type will be considered as void.

  • Player X wins a Y set

You have to predict that the selected player wins at least 1 set.

  • Result Set X 2Way (Set X)

You have to predict the exact result of the set, in terms of games won by each player.

  • Winning Tie Break (Set X)

You have to predict the winner of the indicated tie break.

  • At least 1 Set finishes 6:0 or 0:6

The bet consists of predicting whether at least 1 set of a match ends with a score of 0-6 or 6-0. In cases that an event has not occurred or is definitively terminated, if no official result has been determined, all bets related will be refunded.

  • Total Games Set X

You have to predict the total number of games that will be played during the set. Under this bet a tie break/super tie-break is considered like a game.

  • Under/Over Set X

You have to predict if the total number of games that will be played during the set will be higher (Over) or lower (Under) than the spread offered by  Under this bet a tie break is considered like a game.

  • Over/Under Player X (number of games)

The bet consists of predicting whether, at the end of a certain event, the total number of games won by player 1 or player 2, is higher (Over) or lower (Under) than the offered spread.

  • Odd/Even

You have to predict if the total of games played during a given match will be odd or even. Bets are refunded if the match is not played or is permanently terminated.

  • Tie Break Set X

You have to predict whether the X set will end with a tie break or not.

  • Winner Set X Game Y

You have to predict the winner of the game. There are two possible outcomes:

1 (the first player wins the game)
2 (the second player wins the game)
  • Result Set X Game Y

You have to predict the exact result of the game indicated in terms of points scored by each player.

  • Game X Game Y to Deuce

You have to predict if the indicated game ends to Deuce or not.

  • Set X Game Y Points

You have to predict if the total number of points that will be scored during the game will be higher or lower than the spread offered by

  • Set X Game Y Handicap Points

You have to predict the winner of the game by adding or subtracting the spread shown in the bet to the final score of the game. The handicap, both positive and negative, is always associated with the home player. Two possible handicaps +2.5 and -2.5.

Example: Bet on tennis player 1 (-2.5):
- The bet will be won if tennis player 1 wins the game with a margin of at least 3 points: winning game at 0 and winning game at 15.
- The bet will be lost if tennis player 1 loses the game or wins the game but with a margin of less than 3 points: winning game at 40 and winning game at 30.
  • Game X Set Y Points 0/15/30/40

You have to predict the winner of the game X, of the set Y, indicated in parentheses, in terms of points from 0 to 40. In case none of the games ends to the options indicated in the bet, all bets related are considered as lost.

  • Game X set Y
You have to predict the winner of the game X, indicated in parentheses, of the set Y, also indicated in parenthesis, choosing from options 1, 2.
If the game is not played, all bets related are considered as void.
  • Game X/Y of Z set
You have to predict the winner of the game X and Y, indicated in parentheses, of the set Z, also in parentheses, choosing from options 1, 2.
In case the game or one of the two games, is not played, all bets related are considered as void.
  • Set X Handicap Games

You have to predict the winner of the set by adding or subtracting the spread indicated in the bet to the final score of the set. The handicap, both positive and negative, is always associated with the home player. Two possible handicaps +2.5 and -2.5.

Example:
Betting on tennis player 1 (-2,5):
- The bet will be won if tennis player 1 wins the set with at least 3 games: 6-0, 6-1, 6-2, 6-3
- The bet will be lost if tennis player 1 loses the set or wins set with less than 3 games: 7-6, 7-5, 6-4.