Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Mayer beats Ferrer and wins Hamburg final

Argentina’s Leonardo Mayer clinched his career’s first ATP title when he beat top seed David Ferrer, winning the bet-at-home Open final in Hamburg, to the delight of many fans and pay per head sportsbooks.

Price per head services saw that a 27-year-old Mayer came from a set down to beat Ferrer, eventually edging in two hours and 20 minutes a very exciting match at 6-7 (3/7) 6-1 7-6 (7/4).

mayerThe first set saw two breaks each, as Ferrer twice pegged back his opponent after falling behind, and pay per head sportsbooks saw that then it was the Spaniard who claimed the tie-break.

But pay per head sportsbooks were impressed to see Mayer keep his level and in a one-sided second set, two unanswered breaks made sure that he was back on track.

In the decider, Mayer served for the match at 5-4, but the player could not get over the line with the Argentine breaking back – leaving fans and pay head sportsbooks at the edge of their seats – and the match was then decided in another tie-break.

However, pay per head sportsbooks saw that the Argentine wasn’t denied, and the player held his nerve to win his maiden Tour victory, stating: “I can’t believe it!

“I was able to do it against Ferrer, who is one of the best players on this surface. I’m really happy and it still hasn’t sunk in that I won.

“At the start of the match, I was a little tense. But I relaxed and started to play better. He also made some mistakes that got me back into the match. I tried to enjoy it and that’s why I won, I think.

“I wasn’t the top favourite, but I gave it all my strength, power and energy because I absolutely wanted to win.”

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Ferrer said: “He was better in the match. I think I was little bit nervous in the important moments and he played more aggressive than me and nothing else.”