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I am looking for the latest wta tennis betting news, as I am all set to bet on the upcoming wta tennis matches. Can you help me in knowing the betting details of upcoming wta tennis matches.




  1. the two-time defending Federation Cup champions are up against Australia who are 5-0 against the Italians in Cup play, but the countries haven’t met since 1988.

    Also the champions in 2006, Italy is led by Francesca Schiavone and Flavia Pennetta, but it’s in tough against an Australian team headlined by Samantha Stosur and Jarmila Groth. The Aussies are back in the World Group after a six-year absence following their defeat of Ukraine in last spring’s World Group playoffs.

    The winner of Italy and Australia meets the winner of this weekend’s tie between third-seeded Russia and France at Olympic Stadium in Moscow. The Russians and the French have matched up eight times in Cup play, including in the 2004 and 2005 final when Russia emerged as champion.

    The Russians have a deep side and a decided talent advantage over the French, with Maria Sharapova, Svetlana Kuznetsova, and Dinara Safina leading the team. France is set to counter with a foursome led by Alize Cornet and Virginie Razzano.

    The winner in its last eight home ties, Russia fell to the United States in last year’s Cup semis. For their part, the French defeated Germany in last spring’s World Group playoffs to return to the World Group in 2011.

    Bettors looking for an upset should look no further than the tie featuring the U.S. and Belgium at the Sportpaleis in Antwerp. The Americans are seeded second after falling to the Italians in last year’s final, and they’ll be without both Serena and Venus Williams this weekend.

    The Belgians, on the other hand, come into the tie led by recent Australian Open champion Kim Clijsters and top 25 player Yanina Wickmayer pacing the charge. The United States is relying on a squad led by Melanie Oudin and Bethanie Mattek-Sands to get past Belgium.

    The other tie goes down at the Sibamac Arena in Bratislava between Slovakia and the fourth-seeded Czech Republic. The Czechs are 3-0 in Cup action against the Slovaks since the countries began competing independent of each other in 1994, as they look to reach the semifinals for the third consecutive year.

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