On the second day of the French Open, 24 more individual games for women are on the program. Our tennis columnist Dan Weston …
“It’s also pretty difficult to determine the likely level of Serena Williams ahead of the tournament, but based on her two-year numbers, she looks pretty close at 1.374 / 11 to beat Irina Begu who is a pretty competent sand messenger. “”
Angelique Kerber was arguably the most famous victim on day one of the French Open, although she was not a short prize favorite as she was beaten pretty directly by Ukrainian qualifier Anhelina Kalinina. On opening day, Petra Kvitova, Victoria Azarenka, Naomi Osaka and our long-time winner of the third quarter, Clara Tauson, emerged victorious. Tauson will face Azarenka in the second round on Wednesday.
The Monday schedule in Paris looks pretty bad Some players look for value but have question marks about their games, for example Tamara Zidansek has, based on her past tone level and retreat the opponent Bianca Andreescu in Strasbourg last week, chances of 3.002 / 1, but the Canadian Andreescu is something immaterial due to her lack of previous professional activity on sand the surface, but high level on hard courts and enormous future career upwards. </ It's also quite difficult to determine the likely level of Serena Williams ahead of the tournament, but based on her two-year numbers, she looks pretty much accurate at 1.374 / 11 to beat Irina Begu who is a fairly competent sand messenger. Kiki Bertens, who had problems with injuries but is a very strong clay messenger at her best, is also not quantifiable for her match against Polona Hercog.
In some games with a lower profile there is a clash of players who are out of shape when Alison Van Uytvanck meets Martina Trevisan. Belgian Van Uytvanck has lost her last five and Trevisan has lost eight of her last nine, but one of the runs has to improve today if they face each other. I really like Trevisan at 2.3411 / 8 for an underdog win.
Anna Blinkova is another who lost five out of five and had an injury that forced her to retire from Stuttgart in April – she has since played the Miami Open only once in March. Under normal circumstances, the 2.3411 / 8 over her against the American qualifier Hailey Baptiste would be generous – let’s see.
In other games, tournament favorite Iga Swiatek is 1.051 / 20 to defeat Kaja Juvan, who herself has some future potential while Elise Mertens should make progress at Storm Sanders’ expense. Garbine Muguruza will face talented Ukrainian player Marta Kostyuk and it will be interesting to see how far Kostyuk can take her this afternoon, especially given Muguruza’s recent injury problems. Finally, the British interest goes to Heather Watson and Jo Konta, who are both slight underdogs against Zarina Diyas and Sorana Cirstea respectively.
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