Retirement or Disqualification:
1. Head to Head Matchups:
One full set must be completed for Money Line wagers to stand. If less than 1 set is completed, all Money Line wagers will be considered void. The winner of the match is the participant declared the victor by the umpire of the match.
If a player retires before the 1st set is completed, all wagers on the match will be considered void.Example: Nadal leads 2-0 vs Djokovic who retires due to injury. All wagers considered void.
2. First Set Betting:
If the first set is not completed because of a player retirement or disqualification, all bets on the match will be considered void. Such wagers will be cancelled and the monies refunded. If the first set in a match is completed, the wagers are graded and will stand on that line.
3. Sets Betting:
1. If a tennis match is not completed because of a player retirement or disqualification, all Set betting wagers will be considered void.
2. Such wagers will be cancelled and the monies refunded.
4. Handicap and Total Games Betting:
If a tennis match is not completed because of a player retirement or disqualification, all Handicap and Total Games bets will be considered void, regardless of the score of the match. Such wagers will be cancelled and the monies refunded.
5. Proposition Betting:
1. If a tennis match is not completed because of a player retirement or disqualification, all proposition wagers will be considered void. Such wagers will be cancelled and the monies refunded, with some exceptions pertaining to propositions that require the completion of an individual set.
2. For unique propositions on individual matches, the official tournament website statistics will be used for grading purposes.
3. Proposition betting for “Who will Last Longer”:
4. Yes/No Player to win Proposition:
1. If a wager is posted before the tournament starts, the player must play one point in the tournament to have action.
2. If a wager is posted after the tournament has begun, the player must start his/her next scheduled match for that wager to have action.
5. Over/Under Season Rankings Props
In order for these props to have action, the player listed must start the Australian Open. If they do not partake in their scheduled 1st round match in the Australian Open, their ranking prop will be cancelled. Once they have started the Australian Open then these props are considered "all in." If a player is injured during the course of the season, these props will still be graded taking their end of year ATP or WTA ranking. Also, wagering on the under of 3.5 Ranking means that a player finishing the year ranked 1,2 or 3 would be considered a winner. Any rank over 3.5 (4, 5, 6 etc.) would be graded as a loss.
6. Season Grand Slam Propositions
"Will Novak Djokovic win a Grand Slam in 2015" props are considered "all in." If a player is injured and unable to play, the wagers still have action.
7. Higher End of year ranking Head-to-Head Propositions
In order for these props to have action, both players must start round 1 of the Australian Open. If they do not partake in their scheduled 1st round match, their ranking prop will be cancelled and the monies refunded. Once they have started the Australian Open, these props are considered “All in” and the prop will be graded based on each players end of season ATP/WTA singles ranking. The player with the better end of year ranking will be graded as the winner. For example, Novak Djokovic ends the year ranked 25th in the ATP rankings and Andy Murray ends the year ranked 15th, Andy Murray would be graded as the winner as he has the higher ranking at the conclusion of the season.
Team Total Betting:
If a match ends with a player retirement, the team total bets for each individual player will be voided and graded as no action. A match must be completed for team total bets to be graded as action.
If one of the players does not start the match, or tournament, all team total bets associated with that match will be graded as no action.
Delay or Suspension:
1. If a tennis match is completed, without retirement or disqualification, all wagers stand as written. A delay in the start of a match will not affect the standing of wagers, nor will a suspension, as long as play is resumed and the match completed.
If a match is decided on a Pro Set, instead of the normal length of the match, all wagers are refunded except wagers on the 1st set line and the match money line.
If a match plays with a super tie-break as or is switched to having a super tie-break, then all wagers will be refunded on that match except for the 1st set winner and money line winner. Both the 1st set winner and money line winner will have action and will be graded as normal.
Futures (Ante post) Betting:
All futures (Ante post) bets have action. Should a player withdraw before a tournament begins, or retire during a tournament, bets on that player to win the tournament lose.
When placing a Parlay in Tennis, each round within the same tournament is treated as a separate league.
Change of Venue or Playing Surface:
All bets stand regardless of any change of venue, court surface, changing from indoors to outdoors and vice versa.
Davis and Federation Cup:
Davis Cup or Federation Cup wagers on the “Tie” are for that country to advance to the next round. Note that each Tie consists of five rubbers ("matches"). The winner of the Tie is the nation that wins three or more of the five rubbers in the Tie.
In the event a match does not go the specified number of sets, and the match is shortened by tournament officials, the leader determined to be official by tournament officials shall be the winner.
Live Betting (All pre-game rules apply to live wagering in addition to): The next point must be played for wagers to have action. If either player retires before the next point is played, all wagers taken since the last point are refunded.
If the first set is not completed, all bets on the outcome of the match (spread, money line, next set and total) will be void. All bets on a specific game will stand, provided that game was completed in its entirety.
Individual Sets Betting: If the stated set is not completed, all live wagers will be voided.
Handicap and Total Games Betting: If a tennis match is not completed because of a player retirement or disqualification, all live wagers on Handicap and Total Games will be voided. The wagers will be cancelled and the monies refunded. Note this also applies to live wagers on lines such as: Rafael Nadal to win Set 2 or Novak Djokovic to win Set 3.
When betting on an individual game, only the score of that specific game is taken into consideration to determine the winner of the game. If the stated game is not completed, all live wagers on the game will be voided.
If any subsequent games are not played, bets on those specific games will be void.