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Tennis Live Update: Goffin Reaches First Final at ATP, Swiatek wins Adelaide Title

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Tennis Live Update David Goffin Reaches First Final at ATP Swiatek wins Adelaide Title

On Saturday, David Goffin recorded history after qualifying for his first final at the ATP 250. The 30-year-old player was successful against Egor Gerasimov with a 6-4, 2-6, 6-4 victory. Goffin started out with an early break and the servers were really good. The second set was not as expected and he admitted that he started to lose timing. Goffin’s shots were a little too early, but he managed to get back on track in the third set. The top daily tennis picks are all set for the finals and bettors are holding the option to place their bets.

Tennis Live Updates: Goffin’s Powerful Service

Goffin was impressive with his service as he won 86 percent of his first-serve points in the third set alone. This will be his first final since the Western and Southern Open in 2019. Back in 2018 and 2020, Goffin was unsuccessful in his final-four stage. The Belgian player lost against Gerasimov last year at the Open 13 Provence in Marseille. On Sunday, he will square-off against Roberto Bautista Agut for their final. Bautista is certainly a tough opponent and this will be a great challenge for Goffin.

Bautista Augt

Roberto Bautista Augt was successful in 2021 as he entered with a 1-3 record. The Spanish professional was successful in the Southern French Coast after reaching his 17th ATP Tour final. Augt is holding the No 13 rank and he was solid against Gojowczyk with a 5-0 record. Bautista enjoys playing in Montpellier and he’s certainly happy about reaching the final. Augt holds an advantage of 2-1 and he’s all set to take on Goffin.

Iga Swiatek Secures Adelaide Title

To add to the list of tennis live updates, Iga Swiatek managed to secure the Adelaide title after defeating Belinda Bencic. The 19-year-old player is now holding the 17th rank in the world and is the highest-ranked teenager in women’s singles. Swiatek was way too strong for Bencic as he won with two sets with 6-2, 6-2. This has been her second career title and she has a long way to add more to her career. Both players were decent with their service, but Swiatek had the upper hand.

The Polish player was dominant right from the start against her Swiss opponent. In the opening set, she took a 3-2 lead and broke Bencic’s serve. Bencic faulted thrice and Swiatek took advantage. The victory was easy for Swiatek and she is all set to climb the ladder to success. From the men’s tennis side Roger Federer will take the road to Doha and the countdown is all set to begin. Placing a bet on the best tennis gambling site is going to be easy with all the picks and predictions ahead of each event. Bettors have been able to get a glimpse of the odds and picks and they are able to place bets on their favorite players.