Live Betting: Kuznetsova wins in Washington and ends four-year drought

Svetlana KuznetsovaSvetlana Kuznetsova’s tennis betting fans, especially those who enjoy Live betting, were thrilled to see that on Sunday the player put an end to her four-year WTA tour drought when she defeated Kurumi Nara 6-3 4-6 6-4, winning in Washington DC the Citi Open title.

Kuznetsova’s Live betting fans knew that the player was plagued by injuries for a few years since she won her 13th title in San Diego in 2010 with very good tennis odds, but earlier this season she was able to reach the final in Oeiras and appeared to be in good form as she broke Nara three times in the first set.

Tennis betting fans saw that the Russian two-time major champion who’s very well known with people who enjoy Live betting was broken twice as she surrendered the second, but only needed a single break of serve to claim the third and win a match that lasted two hours and 16 minutes.

Kuznetsova, who has trophies from the 2004 US Open and 2009 French Open, said that she was happy to rediscover what it feels like to win, and many Live betting fans can imagine how happy she must feel.

“It feels like it’s been too long,” the 29-year-old said.

“I work very hard every day, trying to improve things. After you win Slams, not winning tournaments, it’s really hard.”

They played the longest game of the match with the scores locked at four-all in the last set and Kuznetsova serving, with 16 points, five deuces, one break point, and great tennis odds.

“I got a little bit paralyzed and was getting tight, and I’m happy I overcame this feeling today,” Kuznetsova revealed. “But definitely, didn’t play my best tennis in the end of the second and third set.”

Nevertheless, tennis betting fans saw that Kuznetsova was eventually leading 5-4, then she broke her opponent in the next game, ending the match.

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A sixth seeded Kuznetsova, who was ranked 26th and was a favorite with many tennis betting fans, never played in the hard-court warm-up event in Washington ahead the US Open, but her many fans who enjoy Live betting saw that she left with momentum and silverware before the season’s final Grand Slam.