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17/1 Tennis Accumulator Lands on Wednesday Night!

What a way to end February here at FST! After last week’s 70/1 winner on Golf and Tuesday night’s 15/1 Snooker Accumulator winner, we’ve managed to land a Tennis Accumulator last night!

The Accumulator consisted of six matches in total and was priced at a very solid 17/1 odds.

Here’s how it went:

17/1 Tennis Accumulator Wins

Hyeon Chung was the first player we backed in the Accumulator. He had little trouble against American Ernesto Escobedo and ran out 6-3, 6-1 winner to land our 2-0 Correct Score Prediction with ease.

Dominic Thiem also had an easy match against Canadian Shappovalov. The match lasted only 1 Hour and 16 minutes and Thiem scored a convincing 6-2 6-3 win.

In the 3rd game of the Accumulator, we backed Alexander Zverev to beat Peter Gojowczyk 2-0. It wasn’t an easy match, the first set went into a tie-break and luckily for us Zverev was able to break his opponent and win the first set 7-6. One more break in the 2nd set was enough to clinch a 7-6 6-3 win in the end.

Kevin Anderson had little trouble against Frenchamn Adrian Mannarino. After winning the first set 6-3 in just under 40 minutes, Anderson was able to secure the win with a 6-4 win in the 2nd set. Despite serving just 48% on his 1st serve, he was able to record 10 aces in the win.

And finally Juan Martin Del Potro and David Ferrer battled in the final match of the Accumulator. Del Potro, currently ranked 9th on the ATP standings, was the favorite coming into this one. After winning the first set 6-4, the Spaniard Ferrer came back and won the second 6-4 and we were in for a decisive 3rd. The Argentine stepped up his game in the 3rd and won 87% of points on his serve. Ultimately he grabbed a decisive break which led to a 6-3 win in the 3rd set landing our Accumulator after 2 hours and 26 minutes of play!

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