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Tennis Betting: Wawrinka believes that the Swiss have a big chance
By Andrew Scott Monday, 21 April 2014 07:13
Pay per head sportsbooks and tennis betting fans can’t wait to see Switzerland – Roger Federer included – line up this weekend against Kazakhstan with the world’s No 3 and No 4 ranked players in their ranks.
Mikhail Kukushkin – world No 56 and very well known with pay per head sportsbooks – will lead their opponents on an indoor hard-court in Geneva, and a 64th-ranked Andrey Golubev is also expected to play for Kazakhstan in singles.
Price per head services know that Switzerland were never able to win the most important team event in men’s tennis, with their previous best display made in Fort Worth, Texas, 22 years ago, where they made it to the final only to be defeated by an American side that included John McEnroe, Andre Agassi, Jim Courier, and Pete Sampras, and many tennis betting fans remember very well when this took place.
And tennis betting fans can see that a win over Kazakhstan would earn them a first appearance in the semi-finals in 11 years when Federer lost a five-set match to Lleyton Hewitt from Australia.
Wawrinka, the newest Grand Slam singles champion in the sport who’s very famous with pay per head sportsbooks for his talent and tennis odds, admits: “We are not thinking already about the final.
“We are, on paper, big favorites for this weekend.
“For sure, it’s going to be amazing especially after my beginning to the year. It’s a quarter-final, playing in Geneva in front of 16,000. I’m excited for that.
“You are always part of the favourites. That is how people see you, that is how the players see you.”
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If Switzerland is able to beat Kazakhstan, they would clash in September with either Italy or Great Britain, and fans all over the world would really like to see what the tennis odds would like then.