Mr Newlife died in 2009, aged 59, leaving his estate to Oxfam, who now collect £101,840.
William Hill said: "Mr Newlife told had identified Roger Federer as a future serial winner & wanted to place a 'sizeable' long term wager on him.This is one of the most remarkable bets we have ever accepted."
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