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Betting question...

In the event of an injury in a tennis match, what happens to the bet?

Does it mean you lose the money or does it mean that you get your money back?
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Re: Betting question...

Every sportsbook has a different policy about retirements, you'll have to check with whatever you use. For example, PinnacleSports has a 2 set minimum condition, so if either player retires before 2 full sets are completed, the bet is void and you get your money back. However, if a player retires after 2 sets are completed, bets stand and have action.
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Re: Betting question...

So void means that you get your money back, or your accumalator carries on without that retired match. Cool thanks for the help!
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So void means that you get your money back, or your accumalator carries on without that retired match. Cool thanks for the help!

If played as a single, most books will refund the full stake, if part of a parlay (i.e. accumulator) your new payout will be of the value of the other legs of the accumulator
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By the way aren't you 16?
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I know most of you here are interested in other types of betting--not vBetting. But I like to vBet except I never know if there are going to be any matches up to bet on? It is now 5:33 in the Eastern U.S. time zone.
From the Hamburg site I know a match is already underway there. But there are no bets up for vBetting. I stayed up until 5 o'clock trying to vBet on the Nadal-Monfils Match in Rome, but finally gave up and went to bed only to learn the next day the Match went up at 5:09, but by the time I got up after staying up so late the Match had closed. Is there any way to determine if there are going to be any vBetting on a given day? Sorry I didn't mean to write a book!

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