Yulia Putintseva (@3.5) vs Elina Svitolina (@1.31)

Our Prediction:

Elina Svitolina will win

Yulia Putintseva – Elina Svitolina Match Prediction | 13-09-2019 02:00

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It may be that svitolina has won the last 4 matches the two players have met, but Yulia has an advantage here in terms of having played a match in the tournament, while svitolina is playing its first match of the tournament after the US Open. at the wta tournament in zhengzhou in china, I have one more tip for the match between Yulia putintseva from Kazakhstan and elina svitolina from Ukraine. my other tip for the fight is that it ends with a victory for Yulia.

Right now, though, the American is playing better tennis. Will the crowd be able to make up that difference? McNally clearly has a huge future ahead of her. She is still the most talented Brit after Konta, though, so she may yet rise to the top of the game if she can finally put everything together. Probably not, but its still fun to mention. Yesh:A future American tennis star will meet a once-future British tennis star on the eve of these two countries meeting in the Womens World Cup semifinals. Will that match affect these players in this one? The same was once expected of Watson, though at 27 and outside the Top 100, expectations have fallen off.

Monday is the first day of July. Its also the first day of 2019s edition of Wimbledon. (One features Elina Svitolina vs Daria Gavrilova, the second headlines Venus Williams vs Cori Gauff, and the third features Alize Cornet vs Victoria Azarenka.) Predicting Day 1 matches for you are myself (Yesh Ginsburg), David Adair, and Tracey Essex. What to expect on Day 1 of Wimbledon? This article has four of them, and we also have three more sets of predictions in store. There are good matches all day, and were here at LWOT to try to predict them for you. For Day 1, we will look at 16 matches.

Wimbledon Day 1 Womens Predictions

World #164, American Caty McNally, is a potential gem on grass. David:Its been a frustrating old two seasons for Heather Miriam Watson. Mcnally didnt drop a set in qualifying at Wimbledon. A run to the final in Surbiton without dropping a set was impressive. All the attention has been on Cori Gauff, but arguably McNally is the better all round prospect, especially here. Her grass season has been littered with performances whereby she looked like she was going to destroy an opponent and threw the match away. Alison Riske finally stopped 17 year old.

Their two most recent meetings in 2015 and 2016 were simple straight sets wins for Svitolina and, provided she is not too fatigued from her run at the US Open, there is no reason to expect anything different in Zhengzhou. In 2015 the two played another epic at the French Open where Svitolina eked out victory at 9-7 in the third set. The pair have played five times before, with Svitolina winning all but one of those encounters. Fresh from the US Open semifinals, Elina Svitolina will have a stern test against Yulia Putintseva. That loss was their first match, a three set epic contested seven years ago in Dubai.

It has been a good few months for Yulia Putintseva as she enters this match having made the third round of the US Open. It was a close match but Putintseva showed enough composure to win vital points to secure the victory. During the victory, Yulia Putintseva won 77% of her service games and 7 return games. On the other side of the coin, Yulia Putintseva enters this match having won her previous outing in 3 sets.

Her feisty on-court presence is returning. She is 4-2 for the season and holds a victory over Konta in Birmingham. Hsieh is 2-2 on grass and doesnt look at her most dangerous on the surface. David:Jelena Ostapenko is having a mini-revival in form this grass season.

Ajla Tomljanovic has had terrible luck on the WTA tour. Her opponent, Lesley Pattinama Kerkhove, has blazed a path through qualifying but a player like Tomljanovic is a tough ask as a first round opponent. Kerkhove, who has never been above 159 in the world, has still triumphed where Tomljanovic has not, winning a WTA title at the 2017 Luxembourg Open. In a sign of her continued good form, one of Tomljanovics four finals losses was earlier this year at the Thailand Open where she fell in three sets to Dayana Yastremska. Tomljanovic is still likely to win, but the matchup is fascinating and the two have never played each other on tour before. She has played in four finals and lost them all.

David:Naomi Osaka has previously admitted struggling to play on grass. Her loss to the fiesty Kazakh Yulia Putintseva in Birmingham recently underlined this fact. Her mind is probably already wandering to the American hard-court swing, where she can come into her own. Putintseva is a difficult opponent at the best of times, but more so when you are struggling for form.