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ATP Doha – Verdasco v Krajinovic

Fernando Verdasco 2.4, Filip Krajinovic 1.71

Due to start at 2:30 pm

Krajinovic won their only previous meeting. That was in Metz, France in September last year. He won on an indoor hard court in 3 sets after Verdasco took the opening set.

Krajinovic has much stronger overall results in the last 12 months. He won 70% of his matches compared to 50% from Verdasco. Hard court results also favour him. 60% v 46% matches won. He beat Kyle Edmund in the last round in 3 sets.

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Filip Krajinovic – Photo: TennisWorldUSA

Verdasco didn’t have his best season in 2019. On hard court he only won back to back matches at the Australian Open. He beat Andujar in the first round this week.

Back Krajinovic around 2.00 .

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WTA Shenzhen – Rybakina v Wang

Elena Rybakina 1.95, Yafan Wang 2.04

Due to start at 8 am

This will be their first meeting.

Much stronger results for Rybakina last season. She won 73% of her matches. She won 67% of hard court matches. Wang won 54%.

Wang reached the semi finals last season. She ended 2019 quite well with a semi final in Seoul, quarter final in Tianjin and a semi final in an ITF hard court tournament in October. She started slowly in the last round and lost the 1st set 6-1 to Sorribes Tormo. She fought back well to win in 3.

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Rybakina – Photo Zimbio

Rybakina ended the season in excellent form on hard courts and indoor hard courts. As expected she needed 3 sets to beat Saisai Zheng in her last match. Her serve looked vulnerable at times though she was broken just 4 times in 3 sets.

This could be a great match. We have a decent chance of seeing 3 sets. I am favouring Rybakina. Lay Wang around 1.70 and remove liability at 2.30. Lay the set 1 winner.

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