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Tennis Odds: Nadal beats Isner and wins Cincinnati tournament for the first time
By Andrew Scott Tuesday, 20 August 2013 03:31
Rafael Nadal won his year’s ninth title with a victory over John Isner in the Western & Southern Open’s final, making very good tennis odds in the process.
Pay per head services saw the Spaniard prevail in two tie-breaks, 7-6 (10/8) 7-6 (7/3), winning for the first time in his career the Cincinnati Masters 1000 series tournament.
Tennis betting fans saw that during the match, Isner, world No.22 who is very well known for his great talent and tennis odds, didn’t face a single break point on his own serve.
But pay per head services saw that it was still not enough as Nadal – who was able to save three set points in the first set – took his chances during the tie-breaks.
Both of the players were dominant on serve until Nadal fell 15-40 down, serving to stay at 5-6 in the opening set, and tennis betting fans were wondering what would happen next.
He then made a couple of pinpoint deliveries, and Isner was not able to get either return into play.
Then Isner also set point when he was leading 7-6 in the following tie-break, but pay per head services saw that he was again unable to convert, and on his third set point Nadal closed it out 10-8.
The second set was similar, and it was not a surprise when another tie-break was needed.
This time it was dominated by Nadal, as the player moved up 5-1 before winning the match with a passing shot and great tennis odds.
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Price per head services were also impressed to see that last week, Nadal won the title in Montreal with very good tennis odds, and now he moves back above Andy Murray to second place in the world rankings before the US Open gets underway.
Tennis betting fans and pay per head services saw a great performance by Nadal, and many are confident that he’ll continue clinching plenty of titles in the future.