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US Open Accumulator: Win up to 50% More for the Final Grand Slam of 2016

usa flag restrictedUS Open Accumulator 
Promo TypeAccumulator Bonus
PromoUp to 50% more
CashableYes
Wagering RequirementsNone
Valid UntilSeptember 11, 2016 (End of US Open)
Restricted CountriesFrance, Hong Kong, Iran, Israel, Netherlands, Syria, Turkey, USA

Earn yourself up to 50% in additional earnings with Bet365’s US Open Accumulator!

Place a pre-match bet with 2 or more tennis selections to scoop the 50% bonus with US Open Accumulator! The more selections you have, the bigger your bonus will be, so don’t be shy with your bets for fourth and final Grand Slam tournament of the year.

A Doubles win will see you collect a 5% bonus on top of your winnings, and Trebles gives out a 7.5% bonus. Bet slips with 10-folds and 11-folds reward you with 40% and 45% bonus respectively, while the biggest bonus of 50% comes with 12-folds and more on your bet slip. Open an account with online sportsbook Bet365 today and bet on all the thrilling tennis action with Bet365’s US Open Accumulator!

Make sure to do it now, because the tournament runs until September 11, so you only have a few weeks left to make the most of your bets!

The US Open Accumulator applies to the following tennis events: Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles, Men’s Doubles, Women’s Doubles and Mixed Doubles.

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Djokovic is the defending champion of the US Open, after defeating Roger Federer 6-4, 5-7, 6-4, 6-4 in the final last year. This was the Serbian’s only second trophy in the tournament, after clinching his first in 2011 by overcoming Rafael Nadal 6-2, 6-4, 6-7 (3-7), 6-1 in 2011. Although he’s reached the final on total of six occasions, he Djokovic ended up as runner-up four times to Federer (2007), Nadal (2010), Murray (2012) and Nadal (2013).

In regards to his injury worries, Djokovic remains unfazed by the matter, confessing that every day he feels ‘better and better,’ as he prepares to challenge for his third US Open title.

“Calling for the medical timeout was just prevention,” said the 29-year-old tennis star. “It’s all good; to be honest. I take it day by day. It’s getting better and better each day. I’m glad that I’m experiencing that so hopefully, as the tournament progresses. I’ll reach my peak.”

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