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Bookmakers: Ferrer beats Fognini and wins Copa Claro trophy
By Andrew Scott Tuesday, 25 February 2014 12:48
Ferrer – thanks to two breaks of serve in the first set and a late one in the second – defeated in one hour and 15 minutes the second-seeded Italian Fognini 6-4 6-3 in Buenos Aires, impressing bookmakers and pay per head sportsbooks around the world.
Sports bookmaker services and price per head services saw that in the opener, the Spaniard raced into a lead of 3-0, but Fognini was able to get the break back at 3-2 and seemed set to take it to the tie-break, only to drop serve at 5-4 down.
Ferrer’s fans and many bookmakers were delighted to see that the player broke in the second set’s penultimate game and clinched his 21st ATP World Tour title, as Fognini was denied a second clay title in as many weeks after winning last weekend in Chile and impressing many fans in the process.
Bookmakers know that Ferrer did not plan to return to the court this year, but they saw that at the last minute he stepped in after world No 1 Rafael Nadal’s withdrawal due to injury.
Pay per head sportsbooks can see that his win is his first title since this tournament took place 12 months ago, ends a run of seven final consecutive losses, and means that when they are updated on Monday, he will move above Juan Martin del Potro to No 4 in the world rankings.
“This title was very important to me after seven finals without a victory,” said Ferrer.
And pay per head sportsbooks can imagine what a big relief it must have been for the player to win.
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Sports bookmaker services all over the world and pay per head sportsbooks saw a great performance by Ferrer, and can’t wait to see how he will continue to perform.