Elina Svitolina (@1.41) vs Rebecca Peterson (@2.95)
17-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Elina Svitolina will win

Elina Svitolina – Rebecca Peterson Match Prediction | 17-09-2019 22:00

Power, movement and speed have nicely come together, along with her trademark power serve, making Serena a bona fide contender for the title. Serena Williams has shaken off the rust as only she can. Some games seem to go askew, yet the American superstar comes right back. The Williams serve has been broken five times so far, but thats nothing compared to the ten breaks of serve shes claimed. When Serena gets on a roll, its a difficult force to stop.

this match will be between elina svitolina who ranked no.5 and jo. on the other hand konta is coming from a three set match against pliskova which lasted over two hours so i expect her to be tired specially if this match goes for third set . konta who ranked no.16 they faced each other three times before and svitolina won all of them . all three matches where on hard court surface as this matchso svitolina is the favor to win here she is in a good form and served well last match against madison keys with 73% first serve and didn't face abreak point and i expect her to repeat that perfomance in this match .

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During the tournament, Elina Svitolina defeated elite players like Madison Keys, Venus Williams, and Johanna Konta. Svitolina made the semifinals of the US Open. Svitolina was eventually eliminated by Serena Williams. Looking at Elina Svitolina, the Ukrainian superstar had a modest Zhengzhou Open last week as she was eliminated during the quarterfinals. While the loss would have been disappointing, Elina Svitolina will still be very confident as she enters this tournament as she had an outstanding US Open campaign.

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No small accomplishment for the qualifier who spoiled the #7 seed Sloan Stephens want for a deep run on the hard courts. Maria Bouzkova hasnt dropped a set yet in Canada. Bouzkovas stellar play has moved her up from #91 to a career high #66 in the WTA live ranking. Now, Bouzkova will square off against the defending champion as she continues the quest for her maiden WTA tour title. Then, the Czech exited Jelena Ostapenko, which the Latvian played at the top of her game.

Shes been improving. I think its great for her. I try to focus only on my game, and its important for me to bring my best game. Svitolina said. The fifth seed should be able to make things tricky for her less experienced opponent and eventually break her down. She has been taking some good players and really showing shes a powerful player. Although she has not been at her best for much of the year, her last two slams suggest a corner is being turned. I have to bring my best game. Yastremska plays ultra aggressively but low percentage tennis is probably not the best tactic to take it one of the games best defenders in Svitolina.

Hard hitters like Vickery, Ostapenko and Stephens worked nicely into the Bouzkova game. Bouzkova hasnt faced anyone with Haleps defensive skills. It will be interesting to see how the 21-year-old adjusts to a vastly different style and long rallies.

It looks like the shoulder injury is firmly behind Bianca Andreescu. Wednesday, Andreescu defeated the WTA tours most winning player of 2019. In her countrys tournament, Andreescu has shown no signs of lingering problems and has been hammering her serve. Sure, it took three sets, but that seems to be the norm for Andreescu. The form looks good for the teenage phenom, now the sole Canadian representing the country in search of the Rogers Cup title.

Karolina Pliskova eliminated the #16 seed, Anett Kontaveit, in straight sets to claim her quarterfinal spot. When Karolina Pliskova is serving well, few can find a way to win. Yet Bianca Andreescu is one of the few which just may be able to do that. In the match, Pliskova won 80% of her first serves and fired off six aces. The Czech won only 47% of her second serves, opening the way for two service breaks.

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I truly hope Serena will come out and play her game of tennis without allowing her nerves to get the better of her. I know that is easy to say from the cheap seats, but the weight of expectation is always so high for her. Good luck to them both but my heart will always be with Serena until her last game is played and her racquet is put down forever.

Despite her recent form, I see Rebecca Peterson losing this match. Elina Svitolina is an elite player and she has been in outstanding touch over the past few months. Peterson is a very solid player and while she managed to dominate the Jiangxi Open, she did not play anyone with the abilities of Elina Svitolina.

On home soil, and a demonstratively supportive crowd behind her, its going to be hard for the #3 seed to oust Andreescu. I expect well see another three-setter, full of momentum shifts, variety and power tennis. Bianca Andreescu has racked up quite a few wins against higher ranked players and hasnt lost to a Top 5 player.

Svitolinas serve could use some improvement, but the rest of the #6 seeds game is so solid it compensates for that deficiency. This should be quite a contest. Taking the ball early with controlled aggression will put Svitolina on her heels. Kenin has been incredibly consistent and she really challenged Svitolina in Indian Wells.

Sofia Kenin enjoyed a straight sets win over Dayana Yastremska, dropping just four games. The American seems to do well against Top 10 opponents and it seems the bigger the stage, the harder the opponent, the tougher Kenin is to beat. It was a commanding performance in which Kenin converted 100% of her break point opportunities and saved six break points on her serve.