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Tennis Betting: Pospisil and Raonic make it to the semi-finals
By Andrew Scott Sunday, 11 August 2013 11:29
In Montreal, Vasek Pospisil and Milos Raonic were both able to progress to the Roger Cup’s semi-finals, and Canadian tennis betting fans all over the world were delighted to see how far their countrymen advanced.
Price per head services saw that Raonic, world No 13, fought his way past Ernests Gulbis, who in the previous round was able to beat Andy Murray, claiming a 7-6 (7-3) 4-6 6-4 victory with very good tennis odds, in a match that took almost two and a half hours to end.
Tennis betting fans could see that things were much easier for Pospisil, wildcard entrant, who in the last four will take on his compatriot, as his fantastic run continued when Nikolay Davydenko pulled out in their last-eight clash while being 3-0 down.
Home fans willed Raonic throughout his match against Gulbis, and the home favourite was able to win the first set with good tennis odds before his Latvian opponent brilliantly fought back, forcing a decider.
In the third set, Gulbis continued his very aggressive gameplan, but price per head services then saw that Raonic used his serve and capitalised when his opponent wobbled, sealing the win.
“It’s a great opportunity for both of us, it’s a good match up. I’m going to give it everything I’ve got,” Raonic said of the upcoming clash with Pospisil.
Pospisil, who is ranked 71st in the world, already beat John Isner and Tomas Berych. On Friday the player was delighted to get an easier workout, and his tennis betting fans could see that things got easier for him.
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He said: “Even in those three games, I was really trying to catch my breath. I felt like I had a bit of sore legs – so (the quick win) came at a great time.”
Pay per head services can’t wait to see how these players continue to do on the court, and their tennis betting fans would really like to see them go even further in this tournament.