Tuesday, 10 July 2018

ITF CONTREXEVILLE: HESSE TO BEAT DODIN @ 11-5 (WHILL)

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ITF CONTREXEVILLE

HESSE TO BEAT DODIN @ 11-5 (WHILL)

HOLD SERVE BREAK SERVE

HESSE 57.3% 36.1% 7-10(74-94)

DODIN 66.2% 39% 2-6(32-28)

Neither player would class clay as their favourite surface but Hesse did win her last tournaments she contested on clay in Spain before Wimbledon. Dodin has had a bit of a horror year with 7 first round exits out of just 13 tournaments and her ranking has plummeted as a result and she really does look very short of confidence at this moment in time and she relies heavily on her serve and if that does not fire then she could well struggle today against a moderate but consistent opponent who will be high on confidence after her last tournament victory


SCHNYDER TO BEAT GOLUBIC @ 11-8 (LADBROKES)

HOLD SERVE BREAK SERVE

SCHNYDER 66.7% 45.7% 22-11(152-91)

GOLUBIC 62.3% 41.9% 9-8(110-73)

Since returning to the tour Schnyder has looked rejuvenated and less hot headed, she always had so much talent but would let her he’d go down and beat herself up too much when things were going wrong, her variation and control and second to none on the tour and her drop set is still one of the best around. Golubic is a decent player who is very comfortable at the net but not in the same league as Schnyder with regards her variations and to be able to get odds against for the Veteran looks a steal here. 

CEKAREVIC TO BEAT KALINSKAYA @ 3-1 (BET365)

HOLD SERVE BREAK SERVE

CEKAREVIC 61.1% 38.3% 30-19(44-33)

KALINSKAYA 62.6% 43.9% 9-7(45-23)

Cekarevic has been in excellent form of late in her last four tournaments all on clay she has reached at least the quarter final in three of them. Kalinskaya made a big breakthrough last season but has struggled a little bit this season as her game is more known and she is struggling to come up with ways to counter this, although hshe is clear favourite here the fact her opponent is playing so well on clay recently and Kalinskaya has not played on clay makes the 3-1 available a great price. 



KORPATSCH TO BEAT KOZLOVA @ 6-4 (BV)

HOLD SERVE BREAK SERVE

KORPATSCH 55.3% 47% 23-13(102-54)

KOZLOVA 58.7% 47.4% 8-6(71-41)

Korpatsch is back on clay and that is by far and away her favourite surface, she has an excellent return game to compensate for her weak serve. Kozlova has been in horrendous form losing nine of her last 10 matches and her one win was defeating defending champion Ostapenko at Roland Garros but she is playing very poorly currently and u against a clay courts specialist she has been priced up on that one win and not the other nine losses! 



GIBERT TO BEAT BOUCHARD @ 6-5

HOLD SERVE BREAK SERVE

GIBERT 62.6% 42.4% 14-11(62-37)

BOUCHARD 58% 37.4% 0-3(62-39)

Bouchard managed to get some wins under her belt on the grass but heading back onto the clay she is likely to struggle as she has yet to win a game on this surface so far this season and looks severely lacking in confidence, even when she gets herself into winning positions she does not look like the old Bouchard. Gibert is a player of potential who does everything well without excelling at anything in particular and her consistency as she hold serve more often and breaks her opponents more often than Bouchard should prove too much for Bouchard who is likely to blow hot and cold during this match.


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PANOVA TO BEAT KHROMACHEVA @ 19-10 (WHILL)

HOLD SERVE BREAK SERVE

PANOVA 68.6% 37.1% 10-7(130-97)

KHROMACHEVA 60.9% 43.6% 10-9(141-79)

Panova leads the head to head 1-0, Khromacheva is a player I have watched a lot of and was hotly tipped to become a top player but she is struggling to kick on mainly due to her serve which is very poor and in today’s match up that could possibly be her undoing as Panova has a decent serve but a fairly weak return game but against Khromacheva here as her serve is so poor she wont need to be anything special to apply pressure. The price is far too big considering Khromacheva can be so erratic and Panova has already played three matches here this week. 

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