The longest tie-break ever – ATP World Tour Washington DC

The ATP World Tour never ceases to amaze tennis lovers in recent days. Wednesday, almost all online sports betting sites talked about the downfall of World No.3 (single rankings) Andy Murray. The same day was also marked by a new record, the longest doubles tie-break ever made in the history of tennis. Those are news that recently owned a special page on numbers of online betting platforms. Actually, Andy Murray did not make betting regulars happy as he is used to at the ATP World Tour Washington DC. Numerous were the bettors who saw their choice trampled Wednesday night as Murray bowed to the World No.53, the Russian tennis player “Teymuraz Gabashvili”.

The double tie-break record remains the highlight of the event. This is the kind of tennis game online betting enthusiasts love given its super attractive odds. Indeed, the 25/23 tie-break that saw the USA (Nick Monroe and Austin Krajicek) defeated by Columbia (Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah) has just entered into the tennis history. It is a fact that few bettors are used to wagering on such a score result, but those who saw their bets matched in this game did cash a great amount of money.