Home  »     »   Wozniacki with chance to avenge US Open defeat to Zvonareva

Wozniacki with chance to avenge US Open defeat to Zvonareva

| 11.10.2010

The top seeds in the women’s and men’s draw take to the Beijing court today in the search for another ATP/WTA tour win.

Djokovic sqaures up to Spaniard David Ferrer and is a comfortable 1/4 favourite to come away from the court with a win.

In Vera Zvonareva, Wozniacki gets the chance to avenge her US Open semi-final defeat and is 4/6 to beat the Russian.

In head-to-head terms, the two have faced each other five times with Zvonareva coming out on top 3-2 – however Wozniacki did retire hurt when the two met on clay in the Family Circle Cup.

Zvonareva is 11/10 to win the final and after her defeat of the world number one in the final grand slam event of the season, the Russian won’t be short of confidence.

In those five head-to-head matches, only once has the tie gone the full three sets and with the to so tight in the betting, the value can be found in backing one of the two to win by two sets to love.

Wozniacki is 7/4 to win the match 2-0 and Zvonareva is 12/5 to win the match 2-0.

Wozniacki won on the only occasion the two have played out a third set and should it come down to a third set today, Ladbrokes in-play WTA Tour betting markets will allow you to back Wozniacki after two sets.

Although you can back Wozniacki at 11/10 to win the first set and win the match which, in all five ties so far, the player that has won the first set has gone on to win.

With two sets expected, it’s 10/11 for there to be under 21.5 games during the match and the last two matches have produced 16 and 17 games.

David Ferrer is 11/4 to beat Djokovic in the men’s China Open final. Follow the latest China Open betting odds market here.



Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.