Australian Open
Back
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google +

New customer offer: Sir Andy Murray enhanced odds to win 2017 Australian Open

Sam Barnard | 12 January 2017

Andy Murray enhanced odds to win 2017 Australian Open

To celebrate the 2017 Australian Open, Coral are handing new customers a tasty sign-up offer for Sir Andy Murray to lift the title.

Murray enhanced odds to win the 2017 Australian Open are a whopping 40/1 (from 6/4 joint-favourite in the normal market), so take advantage of them while you can!

Simply register for an online, mobile or Coral Connect account (available only until Thursday, January 12th at 08:00 GMT) with us. Then, stake €/£1 only with a minimum deposit of €/£5 on Murray lifting the Aussie Open Trophy, and you will receive a whopping €/£40 winnings paid out in free bets if he can do so.

If, however, this special does somehow manage to not come through, then no need to worry as you will still receive a €/£5 free bet. Terms and conditions apply and you must be 18 years of age or over.

Win or lose, you can spend the free bets right across Coral’s mobile and digital platforms, but be quick about it, as this new customer offer is only available for a limited time.

Don't miss out on these Andy Murray enhanced odds to win 2017 Australian Open.

Don’t miss out on these Andy Murray enhanced odds to win 2017 Australian Open.

This latest in a series of outstanding introductory offers is available from 12:00 GMT on Monday, January 9th until 12:00 the following Monday on December 15th, just before the tournament kicks off.

Coral regularly run promotions such as this, so check out other enticing sign-up incentives, or read on to discover specific reasons why these Andy Murray enhanced odds to win 2017 Australian Open are too good not to take…

Back Sir Andy to continue dominance

Newly knighted Murray knows this tournament Down Under extremely well, being a five-time finalist, including in the last two years.

On top of that, he comes into it being the ATP world number one, after he finally knocked off old rival Novak Djokovic from his perch at the end of last year.

As a result, the superstar Scotsman is joint-favourite to win the Australian Open this year, and further add to his growing collection of titles at Wimbledon, the US Open, David Cup and ATP Tour Finals, as well as two Olympics Gold medals.

Related

Read more on tennis in our extensive archive.