Wimbledon 2017 new customer offers: Get enhanced odds on Murray and Federer to win

Back Andy Murray at 25/1 to claim victory in his first match at Wimbledon Credit: 2017 Getty Images/Patrik Lundin

One year on from his historic Wimbledon victory, Andy Murray returns to defend his title in the greatest tournament on the tennis calendar.

To celebrate the world number one returning to the grass courts of SW19, Coral are offering new customers incredible odds of 25/1 for the top seed to win his first match.

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Despite pulling out of the Hurlingham Exhibition following a sore hip, Murray will be well rested before the start of Wimbledon as he looks to hang on to his crown.

To take advantage of this fantastic offer all you need to do is sign up to an online or mobile account with Coral and stake £1 on the enhanced odds (£5 min. deposit required) and if Murray wins his first match at Wimbledon, you'll receive your enhanced payouts in free bets.

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New offers from Betfair

Andy Murray @ 50/1 to win Wimbledon

The world number one returns to the place where one year ago he lifted the beloved Wimbledon title infront of a home crowd. To celebrate, Betfair are offering a new customer offer of 50/1 (£1 max stake) for Andy Murray to go back to back and win Wimbledon again this year.

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Roger Federer @ 40/1 to win Wimbledon

The swiss superstar is currently equal first for most Wimbledon titles with seven and looks to be coming into form once again. One more Wimbledon title and Roger Federer enters the record books and that has excited many to back the 'FedExpress'. Betfair are offering new customers a staggering 40/1 (£1 max stake) for Roger Federer to win Wimbledon 2017 and create history.

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Coral offer available until 1pm, Monday, July 3. T+Cs apply. Betfair Andy Murray available until 2pm, Wednesday, July 6. T+Cs apply. Betfair Roger Federer offer available until 2:05pm, Wednesday, July 6. T+Cs apply

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