WTA French Open: Vesnina v Haddad Maia (3:45pm)

This will be their first meeting.

Haddad Maia has better over all results in 2017. On clay she has won 15 of 18 in 2017. She has won 9 of her last 10 on this surface. She came through the qualifying rounds without dropping a set. In Prague at the start of May she reached the quarter finals of the WTA International event as qualifier.  She backed that up the following week by winning an ITF title on clay in France.

Haddad Maia has a great chance against out of form Vesnina

Vesnina has won 2 of 8 on clay this year. She had some decent results on clay last season including reaching the final in Charleston. This year she has so far been unable to repeat that sort of form.

We have value on Haddad Maia to win at least a set. She has a good chance of taking the match.

Lay Vesnina if she breaks first. Decent chance this goes to 3 sets

Shark Tips – Monday 29th May 2017

French Open

WTA:

10:00 – Jabeur v Bogdan

Back Bogdan 1 unit @ 2.20 (curr 2.10)

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10:00 – Jankovic v Hogenkamp

Back Hogenkamp 1 unit @ 2.10 (curr 2.02)

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15:30 – Vesnina v Haddad Maia

Number of sets: Back “3 sets”,  0.5 units @ 2.40 (curr 2.38)

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ATP:

11:30 – Bolelli v Mahut

Back Mahut 1 unit @ 2.06 (curr 2.00)

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11:30 – Sousa v Tipsarevic

Back Tipsarevic 1 unit @ 2.10 (curr 2.04)

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15:00 – Herbert v Donaldson

BackHerbert 1 unit @ 1.80 (curr 1.76)

WTA French Open: Mattek Sands v Rodina (3:30pm)

Mattek Sands has won both their previous meetings.  The most recent March 2010 in Miami. She won on a hard court in straight sets. Both their matches were on hard courts and ended in 2 sets.

Mattek Sands took advantage of a minor meltdown by Diyas in the qualifying rounds. Diyas had taken a break lead and looked in control but was broken twice to

Mattek Sands looks to have a good chance of making the second round

lose the set and fell apart. She has better results than Rodina this year. Even her clay results are a little stronger than Rodina’s.

Rodina has not found any consistency in 20017. Her best week was a second round finish in Indian Wells as a qualifier.

Back Mattek Sands if she gets broken. She starts around 1.45

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