30.1 Postponements and Abandonments
30.1.1 If a match is postponed before commencement or during play but before completion all bets will stand until the match is played or completed unless the official governing body of the tournament officially declare the tournament is abandoned and no further matches will be played.
30.1.2 Excluding Grand Slams -If a tournament is postponed and not rescheduled to take place within 7 days of the original scheduled start date all tournament outright markets will be void with stakes refunded.
30.1.3 Grand Slams only - If a Grand Slam is postponed and rescheduled to take place in the same calendar year all outright bets will stand.
30.1.4 Grand Slams only - If a Grand Slam is officially abandoned and not rescheduled to take place in the same calendar year as it was originally scheduled all outright markets will be void with stakes refunded.
30.2 Retirements & Walkovers
30.2.1 If a player retires prior to the first point in the match being played this will be considered a walkover with all markets will be void with stakes refunded.
30.2.2 If a player retires prior to the completion of the match all head-to-head/ match betting and match long markets will be void with all stakes refunded unless the result of the market has already been unconditionally determined, or only 1 possible outcome could occur.
Specific markets will be resulted and settled as follows:
30.3 Head-to-Head/ Match Winner Markets
30.3.1 If the match is not completed all bets will be void with stakes refunded
30.4 Match Total Games Markets
30.4.1 Unless the quoted number of total games has already been exceeded, or completion of the match could only result in the total number of games played being under or over the quoted total all bets will void with stakes refunded.
30.4.2 Example A: The Total Games for the match is Over/Under 19.5. Player A retires when the set score is 6-4 5-4. In this case minimum total games that would need to be played to finish the match is 20 (64 64) so over 19.5 games will be resulted as the winning selection and under 19.5 games will be resulted as a loser.
30.4.3 Example B: The Total Games for the match is Over/Under 26.5 in a best of 3 set match. Player A retires when the set score is 6-0, 1-6, 5-5. In this case the Under 26.5 games will be resulted as the winner because the maximum total games that could be played to complete the match is 26 games. Over 26.5 games will be resulted as a loser.
30.5 Match Handicap Markets
30.5.1 Unless the completion of the match could only result in 1 outcome when the handicap is applied all bets will void with stakes refunded.
30.5.2 Example A: The match handicap is Player A +6.5/ Player B -6.5 And a retirement occurs with the score line 6-2 6-7 (12 games to 9) A bet on Player A +6.5 will be resulted and settled as winner as Player A was guaranteed to lose no more than 3 games (total game deficit) to player B. Conversely, all bets on Player B -6.5 games will be deemed a Loser. Bets whereby the outcome is not guaranteed (e.g., Player A +2.5 games) will be void.
30.6 Set Betting Markets
30.6.1 All Set Betting selections will be void other than those where the result has already been determined. For example. In a best of 5 set match Player A retires with the score at 2 sets all. Bets on either player to win 3 sets to 2 will be void with all stakes refunded. Bets on either player to win 3 sets to 1 or 3 sets to 0 will be resulted as losers.
30.7 Stats Markets
30.7.1 All match long bets on player stats markets (for example, total aces) will be void with all stakes refunded unless the quoted total has already been reached.
30.7.2 For example, the match total aces market is under/over 18.5 Aces, Player A Total Aces is over/under 7.5 Aces and Player B total Aces is over under 9.5 Aces. Player A retires when the Ace statistics are Player A – 10 Aces and Player B - 9 Aces. In this case the total Aces market will be resulted with over 18.5 Aces settled as the winning outcome as 19 Aces have already been hit. Player A total Aces will be resulted with over 7.5 Aces resulted as the winning option and Player B Total Ace market will be void with all bets refunded
30.8 Venue and Format Changes
30.8.1 If there is a change to the number of sets played all bets on match winner and first set markets will stand. All other markets will be void with stakes refunded.
30.8.2 If a match is moved from an outdoor court to an indoor court or vice versa all bets will stand.
30.8.3 If that match is moved to a court with a different surface (for example from a grass court to a clay court) all markets will be void with stakes refunded.
30.9 Tiebreaks, Match Tiebreaks & Champion Tiebreaks
30.9.1 For total games and handicap betting a tiebreak counts as 1 game
30.9.2 Where a Championship or match tiebreak is played when a match is at 1 set all (as in doubles matches) the tiebreak will constitute the 3rd set for set betting markets
30.10 Resulting & Settlement of Markets
ATP Tournaments: https://www.atptour.com/
WTA Tournaments: https://www.wtatennis.com/
ITF Tournaments and Davis Cup https://www.itftennis.com/en/
Billie Jean Cup https://www.billiejeankingcup.com/en/home.aspx
30.10.1 All Grand Slams markets will be resulted as per the markets and statistics published on the official tournament governing bodies websites
30.10.2 All other matches and tournaments will be resulted as per results and statistics published by the official governing body of the tournament or exhibition event.
30.11 Maximum Payouts
Grand Slam main draw matches - $50,000
ATP, WTA, World Group Davis Cup & Billie Jean Cup matches – $25,000
ITF and all other tennis matches - $10,000
30.12 Match Winner Markets
30.12.1 You are betting on the selected player, or team, to win the match. Match must be completed for bets to stand.
30.13 Game Handicap Markets
30.13.1 You are betting on the match, or the set result after the handicap is applied.
For example – the games handicap market is Player A +5.5/ Player B -5.5. The final score is:
In the above example both players have won 24 games in total. Once the handicap is applied the final score is Player A 29.5 games vs Player B 24 games, with Player A winning once the handicap is applied. The handicap is only ever applied to 1 player. (You do not add 5.5 games to Player AND subtract 5.5 games from Player B)
30.13.2 Tiebreaks counts as 1 game
30.13.3 Refer to clause 30.2.3 for resulting and settlement of handicap markets in the event of a player withdrawing after commencement but prior to the completion of the match.
30.14 Set Handicap Markets
30.14.1 You are betting on the match result after the set handicap has been applied.
30.14.2 For example- the set handicap is Player A +1.5 Sets/ Player B -1.5 Sets in a best of 5 set match. Player A must win 2 or more sets to be the set handicap winner. Player B must win 3 set to 0 or 3 sets to 1 to be the set handicap winner.
30.14.3 The match must be completed for bets to stand unless the result of the market has already been determined. In the above example if a player retired when the match was tied at 2 sets all Player A (+1.5 Sets) would be resulted as the winner as the natural conclusion to the match would see them either winning or only losing by 1 set.
30.15 Total Games Markets
30.15.1 You are betting on the total number of games played in a set or in a match.
30.15.2 Refer to clause 30.2.2 for resulting and settlement of total games markets in the event of a player withdrawing after commencement but prior to the completion of the match.
30.15.3 If the quoted total is a whole number and the total games falls on that number the market will be treated as a ‘push’ with all bets on the market void and stakes refunded. For example, the Match Total Games market is Over/Under 20.0 Games and the final score is 64 64 with 20 games in total being played. All bets on this market would be refunded.
30.16 To Win/Lose First Set & Win the Match Markets
30.16.1 You are betting on the nominated player to either win or lose the first set and win the match.
30.16.2 If the match is abandoned after commencement all bets will be void with stakes refunded unless the first set has been completed, in which case bets where the result of the outcome has already been determined. For example, you bet on Player A to win the first set & win the match. Player A has already lost the first set and their opponent retires halfway through the second set. In this case your bet will be resulted as a loser as the player has already lost the first set.
30.17 Next Game Winner, Player to hold serve & Next game correct score Markets
30.17.1 You are betting ‘in-play’ on the outcome of a nominated game in the match.
30.17.2 The nominated game must be completed for bets to stand.
30.18 Aces Markets
30.18.1 You are betting on the total number of aces to be served in the match, or by a player in the match or for the nominated player to serve more aces than their opponent.
30.18.2 All Aces markets will be resulted as per the match statistics published by official websites of the ATP, WTA and the official websites of the 4 Grand Slams.
30.18.3 Match must be completed for Player Aces h2h and handicap markets. For Player total Aces markets the match must be completed for bets to stand unless the result of the market has already been determined. For example, you bet on Federer Over 13.5 Total Aces, if the match is abandoned prior to completion and Federer has already served 16 or more aces your bet will be resulted and settled as a winner.
30.19 Futures/Outright Winner & To Make the Final Markets
30.19.1 You are betting on the winner of the tournament, or on a player to reach the Final.
30.19.2 Bets will stand on all players unless they withdraw from the tournament before starting their first match, Once a player has played 1 or more points all bets will stand.
30.20 Quarter Winner & Tournament Head-to-Head Markets
30.20.1 Quarter Winner Markets- You are betting on the selected player to reach the semi- finals
30.20.2 Tournament Head-to-Head Markets – You are betting on the selected player to progress further than the other nominated player
30.20.3 Quarter Winner and Player to Progress the Furthest Markets will only be offered after the main draw has taken place. If your player withdraws after the main draw but prior to their first match bets will be void and stakes refunded. Deductions may apply.
30.20.4 If a player in a tournament head-to-head market withdraws prior to their first match this market will be void with all stakes refunded
30.20.5 If both players are eliminated in the same round in a tournament head-to-head market this market will be settled as a ‘push’ with all stakes refunded.