The top seed and defending champion who’s very well known with pay per head services almost bowed out at the second round stage as he was trailing in the deciding set 15-40 and 5-4.
But price per head sportsbooks saw that when it mattered the most, Isner was able to find two big serves and hold on to level the set.
Then for the first time in the match Isner broke Ginepri before sealing a 4-6 7-6 (7-5) 7-5 win, and pay per head services saw that many fans were very relieved.
“I was a nervous wreck out there but fortunately for me I was able to hit two big serves and bring that game back to deuce and it really turned the match around,” Isner said.
“He returns very well, that’s what he does best, and he was giving me fits on my serve tonight.
“I actually served a lot better as the match progressed, and I had to because he was returning well, and that last game, I can’t serve any better than that.”
Price per head sportsbooks were also impressed to see that Thiemo De Bakker recorded a huge upset when he ousted in straight sets second seed Kevin Anderson.
The 25-year-old Dutch player raced to a 6-4 7-5 win, leaving world No 17, who in last year’s final ended up losing to Isner, in a match that pay per head services remember very well.
“I didn’t feel like my normal serve out there,” Anderson said.
“I felt a step behind the whole match. I thought he played well, hit the ball quite big. I was disappointed with how I played.”
Seventh seed Yen-Hsun Lu also lost after being defeated 6-4 6-3 to Benjamin Becker, who set up a quarter-final match with De Bakker.
An eight-seeded Marinko Matosevic also defeated American Tim Cmyczek 6-4 7-5, and pay per head services saw plenty of action on the court.
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