Ajla Tomljanovic (@2.2) vs Alison Riske (@1.7)

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Alison Riske will win

Ajla Tomljanovic – Alison Riske Match Prediction | 02-10-2019 05:00

Tursunov announced he was no longer working with Sabalenka, but Sabalenka posted at length on Instagram about how much she valued and needed his help. Sabalenka is still on surer footing tennis-wise than Ostapenko and is likely to win. She not only showed hard-hitting, but mental strength, coming from behind to defeat Simona Halep in three sets. Her ranking has plummeted and her results have been erratic. Ostapenko blasted her way to a French Open title in 2017. Ostapenko, however, has proven that, on her day, she can defeat anyone. During that tournament her average forehand speed was higher than Andy Murrays. Since then her all or nothing game has been more nothing than all. She won, but the scoreline was 6-3, 0-6, 6-2. Jelena Ostapenko and Aryna Sabalenka, are both exceptional players. Her first match in Zhengzhou illustrates this. Sabalenkas on court accomplishments most recently the doubles title at the US Open have been overshadowed by the uncertainty surrounding her relationship with her coach Dmitry Tursunov.

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She has had first round losses at the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon. Ostapenko was ranked world number five soon after her French Open title in 2017, but is now ranked number 75th in the world. Despite her season getting better on the North American hard courts, it has overall been less than optimal. The Zhengzhou Open was off to a challenging start for the Latvian with her having to come back from a 0-6 second set to win in three sets against a 246th ranked qualifier.

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Both of their previous matches went to three sets. Kiki Bertens has never lost to Ajla Tomljanovic. However, a look at her opponents in those matches: Bianca Andreescu, Venus Williams, and Julia Gorges puts the losses in some perspective. Bertens will likely find a way past Tomljanovic as she has before: with some difficulty. Bertens, currently in the top 10 sits thirty eight spots above her opponent. Bertens had a seemingly underwhelming run on American hard courts for a woman with her ranking, exiting in the round of 16 in Canada, the first round in Cincinnati and the third round of the US Open.

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The Dutch player arrives at the Zhengzou Open after a first round bye and will be looking forward to a good campaign to regain confidence for a good end to the season. Despite having a good season overall and being in the top 10 for most of the season, Bertens dismal record at the majors continued at the US Open where she was eliminated by Julia Georges in the third round.

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Zheng Saisai has had an up and down season where she won the title at San Jose, but was unable to maintain that form in Cincinnati and New York, losing 0-6,1-6 to Venus Williams in the US Open. However, she has a strong game and outplayed her Dutch qualifier opponent in the first round and will be buoyed on by the home crowd.