All Bets Void Unless Match Completed
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In the event of a match starting but not being completed then all bets will be void unless after the start of the match a player is disqualified in which case the player/team progressing to the next round or being awarded the victory will be deemed the winner for settlement purposes.
Matches must run to completion for bets to stand. The only exception being for Totals Bets, if the total has already been exceeded the wager shall be considered complete.
For match betting purposes, if a player withdraws or is disqualified before the start or before the completion of the match, then all head to head bets will be voided and stakes refunded.
If a match is awarded to a player as a result of the disqualification or incapacity of an opponent, all Bets
are void unless the outcome is already decided. Affected multiple Bets will be recalculated excluding
A tennis match is deemed to have commenced with the first serve. If, for any reason, a competitor or a doubles team withdraws, is disqualified or fails to complete a match after it has commenced, all declared events bets not already determined when the match is terminated are deemed void and are to be refunded. Affected multiple bets will be recalculated on the same basis as applying to the calculation of payouts in the case of postponed or abandoned declared events betting events under Rule 6.1.9 (c).
If a match is awarded to a player as a result of the disqualification or incapacity of an opponent, all single wagers placed on the Match Winner, Sets Betting, Correct Sets Order and Games Handicap are void. Affected multiples will be recalculated excluding that leg.
In the event of a match starting but not being completed then all markets will be void except in the case of (13.2) below.
In the case of retirements/disqualifications, all bets on completed sets stand.
A licence operator must refund in full an investment made on a tennis match if the match starts but is not completed for any reason, including, for example, because a competitor in the match, whether a singles player or a doubles team— (a) withdraws from the match; or (b) is disqualified from the match.