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Tennis Betting: Youzhny beats Ferrer in the Valencia Open
By Andrew Scott Thursday, 2 January 2014 11:49
The Russian, 31-years-old, was able to dominate world No 3 Ferrer throughout the match, breaking the player four times in one hour and 23 minutes on his way to a shock victory with very good tennis odds, and price per head services all over the world were amazed to see how well the player did on the court.
Tennis betting fans saw that early on, Youzhny shot through the opening set by breaking Ferrer twice, picking the Spanish player apart with very nice ground strokes.
In the second set, Ferrer apparently recovered with a break, but then Youzhny’s tennis betting fans were thrilled to see that the player fought back and leveled the score.
The player then broke Ferrer a last time to go up 6-5 before he served out the decisive game, silencing the Spanish crowd and leaving pay per head sportsbooks very impressed with his performance and tennis odds.
Youzhny, who in 2009 finished as a runner-up here to Andy Murray, claimed his 10th career title when Ferrer netted his last return.
“I can only thank my team for helping me get to this part of the season and being able to win a tournament,” said world No 21 Youzhny.
“It has been a great week for me and I hope I can keep playing in the same way to finish the year in Paris next week.”
In the meantime, tennis betting fans and pay per head sportsbooks saw that Ferrer was disappointed, as he came through an awkward draw to defeat Gael Monfils, Jerzy Janowicz and Nicolas Almagro, but then he fell at the last hurdle.
“It wasn’t the best final for me and even more so at home,” said Ferrer, who was far from his best.
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“I tried my best, it wasn’t to be but I really enjoyed my week and the support of the crowd and my team was great.”