Carla Suarez Navarro’s fans and price per head sportsbooks were delighted to see that the player won her maiden WTA title when she defeated Svetlana Kuznetsova 6-4 3-6 6-4 in the Portugal Open’s final.
Pay per head services saw that in each of the past two years, the Spanish player made it to the final of the clay-court event, and she also finished as a runner-up at the Tour level three other times.
And the player finally put an end to her wait for a title after fighting past top seed Kuznetsova in a tight match lasting 2 hours and 10 minutes that left pay per head services and fans all over the world at the edge of their seats.
Kuznetsova – a favourite with many price per head sportsbooks and a two-time grand slam winner who played her first final in more than three years – seemed set for a victory when she took a lead of 4-1 in the deciding set.
However, pay per head services saw that Suarez Navarro was not willing to give up, and she was able to break her opponent’s serve three consecutive times as she won five games in a row and 18 of the last 24 points to clinch a victory.
“I’m very happy that I’ve finally won a title. I was nervous today, it’s not easy playing here,” Suarez Navarro said.
“On match point I was only thinking about putting the ball in. It felt really good when it was all over. This was a very special day for me, my most special moment so far.”
She added: “The most important thing was to play solid all the time. That was not easy as we were both making mistakes.
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“We both wanted to win this final, it was a close match all the way through. She played better than me at the start but I finished better at the end.”
Price per head sportsbooks saw a very intense match, and are eager to see how Navarro continues to perform after her big win.