Saisai Zheng (@2.25) vs Venus Williams (@1.66)
23-08-2019

Our Prediction:

Venus Williams will win

Saisai Zheng – Venus Williams Match Prediction | 23-08-2019

Even if Muguruza is performing well, the 25-year-old Chinese will put pressure on the Muguruza serve. Zheng is capable of keeping pace with the WTAs best. Unfortunately, its the Muruguza serve which will be one of the first things to go off the rails.

Zheng Saisai has not had a good season and she looked in poor touch in her previous few tournaments. Grass is Zhengs weakest surface and she will find it hard to compete against the best player in the world. Ashleigh Barty has been in supreme form and her record on grass is outstanding. Barty has won her last 2 tournaments and the Australian looks confident.

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H2H Maria Sakkari vs. Saisai Zheng | San Jose preview, odds, prediction

Maria Sakkari is from Greece and she is 30th on WTA list at the moment. I like over in this one. She is young and talented girl with huge potential and she loves to play on hard. Maria Sakkari will face Saisai Zheng today in semifinal of San Jose WTA in USA. This match will be played on hard, outdoor. On the other side Saisai Zheng is from China and she is 55th on WTA list at the moment. She is a good player in general with huge experience of playing on WTA tour. She is in good shape at the moment.

Zheng Saisai has had a very poor start to the grass court season as she currently has a record of 0-2. Zheng lost to Samantha Stosur in the opening round of the Mallorca Open and lost to Markta Vondrouov in the opening round of the Eastbourne International.

As poorly as shes served, Sakkari has found ways to win and just beat a top-10 player thats sure to provide confidence. Both of these players have had issues with their serve, so its going to come down to who can string together two or three games in a row. When both are playing well I would probably give Zheng the edge, but she entered this tournament in poor form and is coming off a really bad serving performance.

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