106
SAM
106
Samsonova
1
Yesterday, 9:09 AM
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KUD
30
Kudermetova
0
KUD -243 O/U 21
16
AZA
16
Azarenka
1
Yesterday, 10:51 AM
27
KER
27
Kerber
0
AZA -195 O/U 21
13
MUG
13
Muguruza
1
Yesterday, 12:34 PM
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RYB
22
Rybakina
0
MUG -143 O/U 21
29
PEG
29
Pegula
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Yesterday, 2:35 PM
10
PLI
10
Pliskova
0
PLI -117 O/U 21.5

WTA Tennis News

WTA Berlin Preview and Picks
History This will be the 94th edition of the German Open but first since 2008.The resumed event should have taken place last year, but was cancelled due to the Covid -19 pandemic. It’s played in Rot-Weiss Tennis Club in Berlin. Favorites and Top Seeds There was a slew of withdrawals that hampered the event’s appeal but still the organizers managed to put impressive lineup, nevertheless.  Barty, Kenin, Kvitova, Osaka, Swiatek and last but not least Sakkari all withdrew, but yet we still have 4 top 10 players, the 8 seeds of the event are within the top 20 of the world rankings and the last di...
WTA Birmingham Preview and Picks
History Tournaments is being played on the same Edgbaston Priory Club in Birmingham since its addition in 1982.  The event was re-categorized from International to Premier one in 2014 which means more points and prize money, but got demoted to ‘250’ or international status this year yet again. Ashleigh Barty defeated Julia Goerges in the 2019 final. Both are not here with Barty decided not to play this week while Julia retired from tennis last year. Favorites and Top Seeds Weak field with none of top 10 and only one – Elise Mertens from top 20. The 8 seeds are within the first 52 of the ran...
WTA Nottingham Preview and Picks
History The 6th edition of the tournament played in the Nottingham Tennis Center. Due to the French Open push a week back, it opened a bizarre scenario where the Grass season actually starts during the 2nd week of the red clay grand slam tournament. Last year’s event was cancelled due to the Covid pandemic, so the defending champion is Caroline Garcia who defeated Donna Vekic 2 years ago.  The Croatian hopes to at least match this achievement from 2019 while Garcia is skipping the event. Favorites and Top Seeds Johanna Konta is the top seed of the event and despite her questionable form, wit...
2021 Women's French Open Preview and Picks
History Played since 1891, The French Open switched surfaces from sand to clay and continues to be played on that texture since 1908. It is arguably the most physically demanding Grand Slam to win due to slower pace. Chris Evert has won the event a record 7 times between 1974-1986, while Justine Henin has won the most consecutive titles – 3 from 2005 to 2007 Played In September/October last year, due to the Covid pandemic and the need to be rescheduled, in heavy and rainy conditions, the event served numerous surprises with Martina Trevisan reaching QF, Nadia Podoroska going all the way fro...
WTA Strasbourg Preview and Picks
History The tournament has been an inseparable part of the WTA calendar since 1987. It has such rich history with past winners which include Steffi Graf, Jennifer Capriati, Maria Sharapova. Silvia Farina Elia won 3 titles in a row here between 2001-2003 and is the only winner of three consecutive titles while Anabel Medina Garrgiues has also 3 in total but not in consecutive years. Defending champion is Elina Svitolina from Ukraine, she defeated Elena Rybakina in the final last year which was played in September as a tune up tournament before the French Open due to calendar changes because o...
WTA Parma Preview and Picks
History Emilia-Romagna Open will be staged in Parma Italy for the 1st time for both Men and Women in consecutive weeks.    Get all of BetQL's best bets! Dating back a full calendar year, our five-star (max-value) bets have won 61% of the time! Favorites and Top Seeds The event made a strong statement and boost their player field showing by able to attract both Williams sisters via Wild Cards. They join a relatively strong field which also include Petra Martic, Cori Gauff and Daria Kasatkina. Serena returned to the tour in Rome after long layoff since Australian Open in February where she lo...
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