|French Open Bonus|
|Promo Type||Free Bet|
|Promo||$100 Free Bet|
|Valid Until||End of tournament (June 5, 2016)|
Bet on all the Roland Garros action until June 5th and collect $100 Free Bet with Intertops Sports French Open Bonus!
Place your bets with online sportsbook Intertops on the “Match Winner” market, and if your player loses after five sets of the game, you’ll be entitled to receive $100 Free Bet Stake Back with the French Open Bonus.
The Bonus Code for this tennis bonus is the following: FRENCHOPENSB. Use this code via email to claim the French Open Bonus and get yourself a cool $100 Free Bet Stake Back. The bonus doesn’t accept live wagers, and you can only place single bets on the “Match Winner” market. French Open Bonus is valid until all the way until the iconic tennis tournament ends (June 5), so you have plenty of chances to scoop the $100 Free Bet in case your pick suffers a loss after five sets.
(For more details about the online sportsbook, check out Betting Herald’s Intertops Sports Review.)
Claim the French Open Bonus by betting on some of the following ATP Singles matches: Trungelliti vs Cilic, Isner vs Millman, Querrey vs Fratangelo, Benneteau vs Pouille, Stepanek vs Murray and others. Don’t forget to place wagers on the WTA Singles events as well: Diyas vs Witthoeft, Vinci vs Bondarenko, Jovanovski vs Radwanska, Vandeweghe vs Broady and Larsson vs Linette among other encounters.
Novak Djokovic, ATP’s world No. 1, will play Lu Y-H tomorrow (Tuesday, May 24), and he’s the ultimate favourite to win the match 1.01 (1/100), per online sportsbook odds. The Taiwanese player is currently ranked at No. 95, so it’s easy to see why he’s deemed a complete outsider 15.00 (14/1) by online sportsbooks. We suggest you use the French Open Bonus by betting on Lu Y-H, as he’s likely to suffer a loss after five sets.
The Serbian has recently accomplished another milestone in his glittering career, by reaching 200 weeks at No. 1, according to the ATP Ranking. The only men ahead of his on the rankings are: Jimmy Connors (268), Ivan Lendl (270), Pete Sampras (286) and Roger Federer (302). But if he manages to continue his fine form in the coming years, Djokovic will likely surpass some of the names on the list and could even become the all-time leader for holding the No. 1 position for most weeks, given that he’s still only 29 years of age.
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