Wimbledon live streaming with Bet365, who offer free bets with Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Sabine Lisicki, Del Potro live stream to watch online.
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You can watch and bet on every match at Wimbledon through desktop, laptop, ipad, iphone and android devices with Bet365 TV in high quality, and they’ll also offer £200/€200 in free bets to new customers to bet in play and in running on the games as you watch! Exclusive to Caughtoffside.com, claim here!
The action is really hotting up at Wimbledon, as tennis fans have a superb opportunity to enjoy the tennis and pick up a very nice free bet offer from Bet365, who have decided to offer £200/€200 worth of free bets to all CaughtOffside.com tennis fans to spend on any match during the tournament or outright winner!
The Stoke based firm is also live streaming all the matches online through the Bet365 website. All the streams are in high quality and can be watched across a variety of platforms, including mobile, so you can watch all the tennis on the move, there really are no excuses for missing out.
For those wishing to have a dabble in the betting there are numerous in play markets, enabling punters to bet in running as you watch. Or, if you prefer you can simply bet on the outright winner of a match, the correct score, number of games, overs and under totals, there really is plenty to offer as tennis reaches fever pitch in the UK.
All eyes are on the mens draw at Wimbledon as Andy Murray carries the hopes of a nation as takes on Spaniard Fernando Verdasco and world number 54 in the quarter finals at SW19.
Murray has looked in some of the best form of his life, as the British No 1 has reached the latter stages of the tournament without dropping a set so far. His most recent victory came in a hard fought 6-4 7-6 (7-5) 6-1 win over Russian Mikhail Youzhny, as patriotic punters fancy the Scot to go all the way.
Only world number one Novak Djokovic really stands in Murray’s way, with the Serbian currently 10/11 to win the tournament with Murray firmly in place as second favourite at 5/4.
In the womens half of the draw the world is still coming to terms with the departure of Sarena Williams, with her conqueror Sabine Lisicki now the favourite to win the tournament outright at 13/10.
All in all there’s still plenty of tennis left to play as we reach the business end of the tournament, and with Andy Murray looking in sublime form, he nation should be gripped to their screens come the weekend.