Tennis Odds: Maria Sharapova pulls out of US Open after shoulder injury

sharapavoMaria Sharapova said that it was “a really tough decision” to leave the US Open after a shoulder injury, and her fans, especially those who follow her tennis odds, can imagine how difficult it must be for the player.

Sharapova was seeded third at Flushing Meadows, but the player’s tennis betting fans and pay per head sportsbooks were very concerned to learn that a right shoulder inflammation forced her to pull out.

Pay per head sportsbooks saw that on her Facebook page, the four-time grand slam champion who makes very good tennis odds released a statement explaining: “I have done everything I could since Wimbledon to get myself ready but it just wasn’t enough time.

“I have done many tests, received several opinions and it all comes down to taking the proper amount of time to heal my shoulder injury properly.

“It’s certainly not an easy decision to make ahead of one of my favourite tournaments, but I know it’s the right one that will get me back on the courts soon.

“I plan on taking the next few weeks off, receiving proper treatment and rehabilitation.”

Third seed Agnieszka Radwanska will replace Sharapova, who in 2006 was able to win the title with great tennis odds, and pay per head sportsbooks can’t wait to see how the player will perform when she takes her place.

Tournament director David Brewer said: “Maria has informed us that she will be unable to compete at the US Open this year due to a right shoulder bursitis and has withdrawn from the tournament.

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“We wish her a speedy recovery and look forward to her return to New York next year.”

Sharapova’s tennis betting fans and price per head services were not very happy to see the player pull out, but are absolutely confident that she will make a very swift recovery and return to action better than ever, and impress on the court once again with great tennis odds.