Sunday, 17 June 2018

WTA BIRMINGHAM: AHN TO BEAT BRADY @ 6-5

Kritstie Ahn
WTA BIRMINGHAM 

AHN TO BEAT BRADY @ 6-5
Head to head is tied 1-1 but comparing the respective records on grass courts shows that Ahn is far more at ease 13-6 compared to 4-6 win loss record for her opponent who tends to struggle as her movement is exposed on the faster surfaces. 

HOLD SERVE  BREAK SERVE

AHN 72.5% 36.7%

BRADY 80.3% 20.9%


JAKUPOVIC TO BEAT VICKERY @ 6-5
Jakupovic 9-6 win loss record compared to Vickery 14-12, recent form favours Jakupovic clearly as Vickery has ben eliminated in the first round in her last four tournaments, Jakupovic reached the QF at Nottingham where she was defeated by today’s finalist Konta

HOLD SERVE BREAK SERVE

JAKUPOVIC 67.3% 29.8%

VICKERY 63.4% 36.8%


BUZARNESCU TO BEAT BABOS @ 6-5
Buzarnescu has continued her good form onto the grass season reaching the QF at Nottingham, Bbaos is a player who struggles badly on grass which is a little surprisingly considering her serve is actually her main weapon but a career win loss record of 12-21 on grass hardly inspires confidence and this will be her first match since crashing out of the French Open in the first round 

HOLD SERVE BREAK SERVE

BUZARNESCU  75.8% 21.5%

BABOS 71.7% 23.1%


MLADENOVIC TO BEAT SINIAKOVA @ 11-10
Siniakova leads the head to head 3-2, recent form favour Siniakova as mladenovic has been awful but will be hoping the switch to grass will bring her some form as it is a surface that Siniakova has struggled on in the last as her win loss record of 9-10 shows compared to Malednovic’s 30-19 record. Maldenovic is an excellent doubles player and is at ease around the net and has a good serve and with Siniakova’s weak return game I think she will struggled to break Mladenovic here. 

HOLD SERVE BREAK SERVE

MLADENOVIC 74.9% 30.1%

SINIAKOVA 66.7% 34.4%

WTA MALLORCA


SABALENKO TO BEAT VAN UYTVANCK @ 6-5

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