Pay per head sportsbooks can’t wait to see Ernests Gulbis face Guillermo Garcia-Lopez in the ATP Saint Petersburg final after both players were able to come through their semi-finals without problems.
Latvia’s Gulbis made it to Sunday’s final with a 6-3 6-3 victory over Poland’s Michal Przysiezny, and price per head sportsbooks then saw Spaniard Garcia-Lopez beat Portuguese Joao Sousa 6-1 6-1.
It was the second victory made by the sixth-seeded 25-year-old in three meetings with Przysiezny, and pay per head sportsbooks would like to see how the player does this time around.
The first set went with serve until the eighth match when Gulbis, who is ranked 36 in the world, made the crucial break-through which left his fans very impressed, and price per head services were also taken aback by his performance.
Pay per head sportsbooks saw that Gulbis broke early and was able to take control of the second set, and even though Przysiezny, playing in his first ATP semi-final, fought very hard, Gulbis broke again in the ninth game and moved on to the fourth final of his career.
“It wasn’t easy to play so early but luckily I managed to wake up in time and win,” Gulbis said.
And the player’s fans were more than happy with what he was able to accomplish on the court.
In the meantime, pay per head sportsbooks saw a 74th-ranked Garcia-Lopez win six consecutive games in the first set, and in the second he broke his opponent twice before sealing the win on his second match point.
Pay per head sportsbooks know that the 30-year-old, who in April was runner-up in Bucharest and Rome, is in a bid for the third title of his career, and many believe that he’ll make it.
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“The final will be even more difficult,” Garcia-Lopez predicted.
Pay per head sportsbooks saw some amazing action on the court, and are very eager to see how these players continue to perform.