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WTA Finals: Radwanska, Kvitova and Halep backed for wins

| 23.10.2014

It’s the final round of group matches at the WTA Finals and we’ve selected three victors in Singapore with semi-final slots up for grabs.

Anyone willing to place the below three selections into an accumulator can get odds of 7/1 if all the bets come in.

Agnieszka Radwanska to beat Maria Sharapova @ 6/4

Sharapova still hasn’t registered a win in Singapore, where her marathon opening defeat to Caroline Wozniacki appeared to have knocked the stuffing out of her before Petra Kvitova extinguished her hopes of the last four with a bruising 6-3, 6-2.

Sharapova’s opponent may have tasted her first loss of the finals against Wozniacki last time out, but with a much better indoor record this season and a place in the semis at stake, Radwanska should be sided with.

Petra Kvitova to beat Caroline Wozniacki @ 8/11

Wimbledon champion Kvitova made the finals of her last two hard court tournaments, winning in China at the end of September and will be full of confidence after wiping the floor with Sharapova.

Wozniacki registers a very tough opponent, chasing a clean sweep of wins, but Kvitova has inflicted four defeats on the Dane in their last five meetings.

Simona Halep to beat Ana Ivanovic @ 4/5

Two Grand Slam final appearances this season speak for themselves where Halep is concerned and we’re backing her to clinch the only perfect 3-0 record from the group stages, up against Ivanovic.

There’s been little to choose between these players in the past, who are 2-2 on career meetings, but considering Halep came so close to double-bageling Serena Williams just days before, the Romanian is looking good for the title in Singapore.

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Christian Crowther

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