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Tennis Odds: Williams wants to boost morale in Rogers Cup ahead of US Open
By Andrew Scott Sunday, 11 August 2013 10:34
Serena Williams and her fans, especially those who follow her tennis odds, hope that she will have a morale-boosting victory at the WTA Tour’s Rogers Cup in Toronto before the US Open gets underway later this month.
Pay per head sportsbooks saw that in 2011, Williams won the tournament while Petra Kvitova, former Wimbledon champion, beat China’s Li Na in the final last year, held in Montreal.
Williams was beaten in the fourth-round by Germany’s Sabine Lisicki last month at Wimbledon. Tennis betting fans know that the 31-year-old wants to impress at Flushing Meadows, and many are absolutely confident that she will.
The American player won four times at the US Open – her first win made in 1999, which is something that tennis betting fans and price per head services alike will never forget. She believes that in the coming weeks, success in Montreal will provide her with the perfect platform to go all the way in the US Open, and her fans hope to see the player make a fantastic performance with great tennis odds in this competition.
“It was just such a confidence boost to win such a big tournament, such a staple,” she said of her triumph in the tournament two years ago, where she made an impressive performance with great tennis odds.
“It was very good for my confidence and it definitely gave me the experience I needed. It propelled me to get to the finals at the US Open.”
Pay per head sportsbooks saw that the player was able to clinch an impressive 16 Grand Slam titles with very good tennis odds in her career, which include this year’s French Open, but she is not sure if she played her best tennis to date.
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“I don’t know if I’ve peaked yet,” he continued. “I don’t know if I’ve gotten to the top of the mountain yet. If I am there, I want to stay there.”