Tennis Odds: Williams beats Halep and makes it to the Rome Final

Brisbane International - Day 7Serena Williams is only one win away from her fourth consecutive title after defeating Simona Halep 6-3 6-0 in the Italian Open’s semi-final with very good tennis odds.

Tennis betting fans saw that Williams only needed an hour and five minutes to extend to 23 matches her career-best winning streak.

Since the American lost to Victoria Azarenka in the final in February in Doha, the world number one, who is very well known for her great tennis odds, won titles in Miami, Charleston and Madrid.

Williams, who back in 2002 was champion in Rome, will play either seventh seed Sara Errani or third seed Victoria Azarenka in Sunday’s final, and fans all over world expect some very interesting tennis odds throughout the match.

“I don’t know if I feel better on clay this year or last year,” said Williams. “I felt great last year and I feel great this year too. I love clay and have done well on it, even at Roland Garros.”

In the final, Williams will face former world No 1 Victoria Azarenka after the Belarusian player put an end to local hopes of a final with a 6-0 7-5 victory over Sara Errani, making very good tennis odds in the process.

Azarenka’s game was very strong for her opponent in a ‘bagel’ opening set, but tennis betting fans saw that the game ended up being interrupted three times – two times due to rain and one time by Errani calling for her coach after having dropped the first three games.

Errani, having lost to the Belarusian only once in their six last encounters, fought all the way in a tight second set.

In the 10th game, the player was broken by the tournament third seed before Azarenka served to take a lead of 6-5.

In the final game, Errani saved three match points before she was finally broken.

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This means that the 23-year-old player from Minsk will take on Williams in a final for the first time since her victory over the American in Doha earlier this year.

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