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Tennis Betting: Serena takes out Kerber in the WTA Stanford Classic final
By Andrew Scott Tuesday, 12 August 2014 02:41
Serena Williams’ tennis betting fans were delighted when the player overcame a slow start to beat Angelique Kerber in the WTA Stanford Classic’s final in California, and pay per head sportsbooks saw her make a great performance.
Price per head services saw that the 32-year-old American who makes very good tennis odds was able to win 7-6 (7-1) 6-3 in 81 minutes when she opened her North American hard court season with a title at home.
But tennis betting fans and pay per head sportsbooks were at the edge of their seats when they saw that after she was broken in the third and fifth games, the top seed had to fight back from being down 1-5 in the opening set.
Serena’s tennis betting were worried when the No 3 seed also held two set points at 5-2, 40-15, but then pay per head sportsbooks were thrilled to see the American fight back to take the opener into a tie-break which she won after taking a lead of 5-0.
The world No 1 broke serve in the second set’s opening game, and tennis betting fans saw that she had no problems afterwards – even though in game nine she needed four match points to clinch her third Stanford title.
It was the 17-time Grand Slam winner‘s first outing since Wimbledon, and she said: “It wasn’t easy.
And tennis betting fans all over the world who witnessed the match could also see that is not easy at all for the player.
“I blinked my eye and I was down 1-5. She was playing so well.”
The defeated German who also makes very good tennis odds added: “I take away a lot of confidence from this match, knowing that I can play with the best.
“I felt I was trying and fighting, being aggressive on every point. But I know that Serena plays very good in the important moments.
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“She starts moving better, serving better, hitting the lines. That’s a very special thing that she has.”