Russian woman Ekaterina Alexandrova in 2020 has not lost a single match. In the third round of the Australian Open on January 23, Ekaterina is expecting a match against Kvitova. We offer a prediction for the outcome of the game.
Bet and win
Impressive with her success at the start of the 2020 season is Ekaterina Alexandrova. After the trophy in Shenzhen, the Russian tennis player started with two victories in the Australian Open.
In the first match in the tournament stack Teichmann (6-4, 4-6, 6-2) passed with some problems. In the second round, Ekaterina already more convincingly outplayed Krejcikova in two sets (6-1, 6-3). The first serious test awaits Alexandrova in the third round – a match against last year’s tournament finalist Petra Kvitova.
On the road to defending last year’s Australian Open, Petra Kvitova played two opposing matches in Melbourne.
In the first round game, Petra defeated her compatriot Siniakova (6-1, 6-0), and in the second match against Badosa, everything was already much more complicated (7-5, 7-5). Nevertheless, she dealt with Petra’s problems. Largely due to the experience in the endings of each set, she made breaks and confidently closed the games at her pitch to zero.
Statistics and personal meetings
- Kvitova and Alexandrova did not play among themselves.
- Kvitova in 2020 won five victories, in each match she won with the handicap (-2.5) of the game.
- Alexandrova for the first time in her career will play in the third round of the Australian Open.
Ekaterina Alexandrova vs Petra Kvitova Prediction
Aleksandrova’s recent successes and Kvitova’s not-so-convincing victory in the second round led to the fact that the odds of bookmakers are exposed with a certain hint of a possible sensation.
Meanwhile, experience plays an important role in Grand Slam tournaments. Kvitova is one of those tennis players who are capable of gaining victories in the game at the right time through experience and ability. Based on the quoted bookmaker quotes, we propose a prediction for Kvitova’s victory with not the largest negative handicap for games.