35
GAU
35
Gauff
1
Today, 8:07 AM
30
PUT
30
Putintseva
0
GAU -151 O/U 22
24
MAR
24
Martic
1
Today, 8:07 AM
43
ROG
43
Rogers
0
ROG -192 O/U 21.5
54
SEV
54
Sevastova
1
Today, 8:07 AM
40
TEI
40
Teichmann
0
TEI -112 O/U 21.5
12
KVI
12
Kvitova
1
Today, 9:47 AM
48
LIN
48
Linette
0
KVI -1159 O/U 18.5
32
ALE
32
Alexandrova
1
Today, 10:20 AM
77
KOS
77
Kostyuk
0
KOS -122 O/U 21.5
38
ANI
38
Anisimova
1
Today, 10:58 AM
47
WAN
47
Wang
0
ANI -414 O/U 19
14
BRA
14
Brady
1
Today, 11:20 AM
44
ZHA
44
Zhang
0
BRA -714 O/U 18.5
17
SWI
17
Swiatek
1
Today, 11:36 AM
27
RIS
27
Riske
0
SWI -1959 O/U 16.5
33
PEG
33
Pegula
1
Today, 12:45 PM
37
KAS
37
Kasatkina
0
KAS -143 O/U 21
19
SAK
19
Sakkari
1
Today, 1:08 PM
73
HER
73
Hercog
0
SAK -410 O/U 20.5
114
ZVO
114
Zvonareva
1
Today, 2:36 PM
90
MCH
90
McHale
0
ZVO -238 O/U 20.5
46
SOR
46
Sorribes Tormo
Today, 4:07 PM
81
GIO
81
Giorgi
SOR -307 O/U 19.5

WTA Charleston 2 Best Bets

Favorites, top seeds, and dark horses are on full display

This is the second event in as many weeks played in Chaleston at the same venue after the Volvo Car Open. The event is a huge step down than the 500 tournament - in prize money, participants and points.

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Favorites & Top Seeds

Only one player from top-50 will play the event and it’s the top seed Ons Jabeur. She was eliminated by Danka Kovinic in the semis this week, so she will stay and play this event as well. Despite the loss, Ons will have a career-high ranking from Monday – 27th . She doesn’t prefer clay, but the green one they use in Charleston is faster and suits her hard-hitting game.

The No. 2 seed, Magda Linette, has played only three matches this year, as she recovered from a surgical procedure to her knee in January. Her form is still questionable. Her draw is tricky as well, playing 19-year-old Maria Serrano, who is making headlines by reaching the final in Bogota this week. Magda isn’t aided by the fact that she has only one win in this event out of four tries, and that came in 2017 against Putintseva.

Shelby Rogers, the third seed of the event, is someone I rate highly to go deep here and maybe even win the tournament. She lost a close three-set battle against No. 1 Ash Barty in the third round this week, and although she has played the event since 2011 and reached the quarterfinals only once, she seems to run into an in-form player or someone higher than her in the rankings. This is her time to shine, as only two players have a better ranking than her, and neither isn’t particularly a fan of the service and tournament location.

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Dark Horses

Danka Kovinic struck form here, beating Kvitova Putintseva on her way to the Final which she will play against Kudermetova. This is her first final in such a big tournament not being part of an ITF or 125K series. She is accustomed to conditions and played high-caliber opponents, and next week’s tournament offers less big name players. If she has something left in the tank, she can do a double.

Notable Matchup - Maria Osorio Serrano vs. Magda Linette

This one caught my eye because of the unpredictability coming in. The 19-year-old Maria is fresh off a week of her career, all on home soil in Bogota, against someone like Linette who hasn’t gotten her footing entirely back after missing some time due to injury. This is just an all around interesting encounter, and I already made my points through this preview about why I think it would be great one to watch.

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