David Goffin’s tennis betting fans were delighted to see that at the Kitzbuhel Cup, the player fought back from losing in the opening set, winning his maiden ATP Tour title on the clay courts and leaving many fans and price per head services very impressed.
Pay per head services saw that in a match that lasted exactly two hours, the 23-year-old Belgian was able to beat Austria’s Dominic Thiem 4-6 6-1 6-3.
The contest’s decisive moments came at 1-1 in the second set when Goffin recovered on his own serve from 15-40 down, saving the break and starting a winning run of seven games in a row, and tennis betting fans were at the edge of their seats with the action.
In the second set, price per head services saw that the world No 78 broke serve twice and two more were added to the decider.
Tennis betting fans knew that both players were fighting for their first ATP Tour final, with a 20-year-old Thiem, who is very well known for talent and tennis odds, ranked 28 places higher than his opponent.
Goffin was able to win the title on his first match point as a crestfallen Thiem fell losing 11 of the last 14 games. Tennis betting fans and pay per head services saw that it was the first Belgian victory on the ATP Tour since Xavier Malisse won in 2007 in Delray Beach.
And since he lost to Andy Murray at Wimbledon in the first round, Goffin had a golden run of form with very good tennis odds as he won 20 consecutive matches that gave him three titles on the Challenger Tour.
“It’s a great day for me, to win an ATP (World Tour) 250,” the Belgian said, and his tennis betting fans were thrilled.
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“You work so much in the fitness room and on the court for a moment like today. You play so many practices and so many matches to have this emotion, so when you win the match point you can’t control it.”