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Tennis Betting: Djokovic ready to return to action
By Andrew Scott Friday, 30 May 2014 08:56
Pay per head sportsbooks were very concerned when they saw that Djokovic was absent since losing last month to Roger Federer in the Monte Carlo Masters’ semi-finals, when his wrist was strapped heavily and he was struggling to serve and return like he normally does, with very good tennis odds.
However, price per head services were glad to learn that Djokovic said that for nearly two weeks his wrist was pain free – to the relief of his tennis betting fans – and he came through a long practice session on Sunday with Stanislas Wawrinka on the Foro Italico’s impressive Pietrangeli court, featuring neo-classical statues.
“Right now I feel much more confident at the state of my wrist and I know that I’m ready much more to play a match than I was one week ago,” Djokovic said.
And tennis betting fans all over the world were very happy to hear this.
“It’s a wiser decision if you try to heal it 100 percent than 50 percent and compromise the next weeks.
“The second time that it comes back it becomes a chronic injury, which you definitely don’t want to have. From now on I will be extra careful about my wrist.”
Pay per head sportsbooks learned that the Serb who makes great tennis odds opens up with a match against Radek Stepanek and hopes to see both of his coaches in place – long-time adviser Boris Becker and Marian Vajda.
“Boris is here. And we’re trying to see if we can get Marian here, because they’re both going to be present in Paris,” Djokovic added.
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“(Vajda) understands and knows me really well and he can help Boris to get more efficient in that transition to cooperating well with me on the court. That’s why I’m trying to get them to be together.”
Djokovic’s tennis betting fans and pay per head sportsbooks all over the world were delighted to learn that the player will return to action, and can’t wait to see how he will perform this time around.