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Tennis Betting: Del Potro beats Nadal and makes it to the final
By Andrew Scott Tuesday, 22 October 2013 12:50
Pay per head sportsbooks saw the Argentine player win with 6-2 6-4, and he booked his place at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals at London’s O2 Arena with great tennis odds.
The Spaniard did not drop his serve once while on his way to the semi-finals, but tennis betting fans saw that his record was shattered against del Potro, who broke two times in the first set and once in the second to clinch a win and set up a meeting on Sunday against Novak Djokovic.
Tennis betting fans could see that Del Potro was quick out of the blocks, fresh from winning the Japan Open, and he raced into a lead of 4-0 with a brilliant display of perfect tennis at the Qizhong Tennis Center.
‘The Tower Of Tandil’ made a highlight reel of very aggressive tennis thanks to some heavy groundstrokes coming from the back of the court, and it was not until the fifth game that Nadal was able to hold serve.
Pay per head sportsbooks and many fans that follow the tennis odds got a huge surprise when they saw that the Argentine, 25-years-old, finished the opening set to love with an exceptional service game in 45 minutes.
Some more amazing play at the second set’s third game allowed del Potro to break Nadal before getting a 3-1 lead.
Tennis betting fans and price per head services saw great action on the court at times as both players gave a shot-making exhibition.
The sixth seeded player held his nerve at 5-4 to serve out the match, securing his first victory over Nadal since 2009.
“I played so solid all the time, hitting so hard the ball. I saw Rafa playing very far off the baseline, which is good for my game, for my serve and confidence. That’s the way to beat this guy,” del Potro said.
The Spaniard said that he did not see del Potro play this well in years. Or any other player.
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“Very few times I played against a player with a level like today I played against,” the Spaniard said. “At the end, I played against a player who served 80 percent of first serves, who hit every ball as hard as he can, I think, and with no mistakes.”