Tennis Betting: Nadal returns to Buenos Aires ATP tournament after nine years

Rafael NadalRafael Nadal’s tennis betting fans were very excited when the World No 1 announced that for the first time since 2005 he will play in February in the Buenos Aires ATP tournament.

“After a time when I was unable to go, this year I’m going to return to the Buenos Aires tournament and I’m excited to play the Copa Claro again,” Nadal said.

Price per head sportsbooks remember when Nadal was beaten by 2004 French Open champion Argentine Gaston Gaudio in the 2005 Buenos Aires tournament’s quarter-final, and now the player’s tennis betting fans can’t wait to see how he’ll perform this time around.

“We’re very happy to have Rafa, to have a world number one playing for the points in Argentina,” said tournament director Martin Jaite, who is also his country’s Davis Cup captain.

And Rafa’s tennis betting fans all over the world were delighted to learn that he’ll return to the competition in Buenos Aires after such a lengthy absence.

Last February, the Spaniard who is a huge favourite with tennis betting fans and price per head sportsbooks made his return from a long injury lay-off at the Vina del Mar tournament in Chile, launching a comeback with victories in the French and US Opens that took him back to the top of the world rankings with great tennis odds, and leaving his fans ecstatic in the process.

Pay per head services also saw that last month, Nadal was in Argentina for exhibition matches against world No 2 Novak Djokovic as well as Argentine former No 3 David Nalbandian’s farewell to the sport.

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Price per head sportsbooks know that the Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Club tournament, taking place from February 10 to 16, is part of a string of Latin American claycourt events, which also include tournaments in Mexico, Chile, and Brazil, and fans everywhere that follow the tennis odds are anticipating plenty of action on the court when these matches get underway.