If tennis star Roger Federer wins Wimbledon this year he won't be the only one with a fatter wallet.
A gambler who died three years ago is in line to win more than £100,000 for the charity Oxfam if Federer pulls off a seventh Wimbledon triumph.
In 2003, the Oxford-based tennis enthusiast Nick Newlife bet £1,520 on the Swiss tennis player winning seven titles. The odds at the time were 66/1.
Before he died in 2009, Mr Newlife left the bet to the charity in his will.
Graham Sharpe, from bookmaker William Hill, said said the odds have since been slashed to 4/1:
Oxfam spokesman Stuart Fowkes said:
William Hill are offering odds on the following players winning at Wimbledon:
- Novak Djokovic - 7/4
- Rafael Nadal - 2/1
- Roger Federer - 4/1
- Andy Murray - 6/1