Price per Head Sportsbooks: Serena Williams makes it to the last-four

Serena-WilliamsTennis betting fans were impressed to see that on Friday, Serena Williams fought back from a set down and was able to book her place in the Stanford Classic semi-finals when she defeated Ana Ivanovic 2-6 6-3 7-5, in what price per head sportsbooks saw was a very difficult match.

Pay per head services saw that the 17-time grand slam winner and top seed who’s very famous for her talent and tennis odds hit back even though she lost the first set to the fifth-seeded Serbian player, claiming the second before beating Ivanovic by grabbing the decisive break in the decider, winning in just under two hours.

“It wasn’t very easy,” the 32-year-old American said. “Ana plays very well. This surface was a little fast so she was hitting a lot of shots.

“But I just fought it and stayed in there. I just tried to do everything that I worked on.”

But price per head sportsbooks can see that an all-Williams showdown won’t take place in the last-four after Venus, Serena’s older sister who’s a favourite with many tennis betting fans, was beaten by eighth-seeded German Andrea Petkovic 6-1 3-6 7-5.

Earlier on, tennis betting fans and pay per head services saw that Varvara Lepchenko and Angelique Kerber were clinical when they secured their places in the semi-finals, with each player needing less than an hour to claim respective wins over Sachia Vickery and Garbine Muguruza.

In the previous round, third seed Kerber had a difficult three-setter against Coco Vandeweghe, but in the quarter-finals the German player had no such worries as she beat Spaniard Muguruza 6-2 6-1 in only 57 minutes, making very good tennis odds in the process.

Now price per head sportsbooks know that Kerber will take on Lepchenko, who was even more devastating on the court when she beat fellow American Sachia Vickery.

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Tennis betting fans were very surprised when they saw that in only 52 minutes, Lepchenko broke the teenager’s serve six times on her way to a 6-1 6-0 thrashing.