Wednesday, 6 March 2013

WTA Indian Wells


The path is clear for Victoria Azarenka to defend her Indian Wells title and the prices are a fair reflection of that. Azarenka is no bigger than 11/8 to lift the title and as short as EVS. The Overrule expects Azarenka to demolish the top half of the draw to reach the final but it's in the bottom half of the draw where we find some value.

Petra Kvitova and Maria Sharapova are on a collision course for a semi-final meeting and the 9/1 on Kvitova is too big in the The Overrule's assessment. Kvitova's first test is likely to come in the fourth round against Dominika Cibulkova followed by a quarter-final encounter with Agnieszka Radwanska. Sharapova is as big as 9/2, but we're more interested in the 9/1 on Kvitova because it's the Czech who would have more chance of beating Azarenka in a potential final.

The Overrule will back Kvitova with two points each-way meaning two points at 9/1 to win the tournament and two points at 9/2 to reach the final.


2* Petra Kvitova win Indian Wells (each-way) at 9/1 (Stan James) (each-way terms 1/2 odds 1-2 places)

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