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  • Johanna Konta (GBR) d. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (RUS) 7-6(2) 6-2
    at Dubai WTA Premier (UAE)
    Hard Court, Round of 32
    0 (1646) Aces +$0 ROI:+0.0% 0% 
    Feb 19 2018 14:39:31
    Jo Konta and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova headline a bigtime night match on opening day at stop two of the WTA's middle east tour. This is the first time these ladies will meet. Its been a lousy start to the 2018 season for the Russian Pavlyuchenkova. After beating a wounded Angie Kerber last October in Zhuhai she has been in an absolute freefall losing 7 of her last 8 matches with her only win coming against 88th ranked Kateryna Kozlova. Konta has yet to find the form in 2018 that saw her meteoric rise into the top 5 last summer but has posted some solid wins against the likes of Kontaveit, Keys, and Suarez Navarro. Its likely, that neither of these two ladies are particularly happy about such a difficult opening round, but the winner will certainly take a ton of confidence into the rest of the event.

    Pavlyuchenkova is not a great lateral defender whe...
  • Petra Kvitova (CZE) d. Garbine Muguruza (ESP) 3-6 6-3 6-4
    at Doha WTA Premier (QAT)
    Hard Court, Final
    0 (1646) Aces +$0 ROI:+0.0% 0% 
    Feb 18 2018 02:37:59
    It is not often that the #4 player in the world is an underdog against the #21 ranked player in the world. But when the #21 player in the world is a two time Wimbledon champion on a 12 match win streak I think the oddsmakers will make an exception.

    Muguruza, like Kvitova, is a big hitter from the baseline. For a Spaniard Garbine loves to get forward and attack the net. ...
  • David Goffin (BEL) d. Tomas Berdych (CZE) w/o
    at Rotterdam ATP (NED)
    Indoor Hard, Quarter Final
    0 (3196) Aces +$0 ROI:+0.0% 0% 
    Feb 15 2018 17:20:47
    During last years Berdych has often appeared to lack interest in smaller tournaments like this, and repeated times lost in the first round versus players he should normally win against 9 times of then, and instead saved his best and managed to peak his form when most of the Slams are about time to take place, or other big tournaments of Masters size o...
  • David Goffin (BEL) d. Tomas Berdych (CZE) w/o
    at Rotterdam ATP (NED)
    Indoor Hard, Quarter Final
    0 (1646) Aces +$0 ROI:+0.0% 0% 
    Feb 15 2018 15:22:32
    Traditionally these are two of the more consistent performers over the last couple of years. A question in my mind is are these two players going in opposite directions? Berdych broke into the top 10 in the middle of 2010, and held a position there all the way until the middle of last season where he was slowed by injury. Goffin had been hovering around the top 10 for years until finally kicking the ...
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