Watch the tennis match between Elena Rybakina and Lisette Cabrera. The match will begin on January 15, 2020.
The representative of Kazakhstan spends her best season in her career. More than once in our predictions for the matches of Elena Rybakina, we noted the progress of the tennis player.
Following two matches of the qualification of the US Open against Navarro (6-1, 6-1) and Arina Rodionova (6-2, 6-1), Rybakina did not allow her to doubt that she was ready to perform successfully in New York. Tennis player preaches active and aggressive tennis, confidently plays on his pitch.
Australian tennis player Lysette Cabrera in her career did not rise above the 134th position in the WTA ranking.
With great difficulty, Cabrera outplayed Cava in the opening qualifying match (6-1, 6-7, 6-3). In the game, we note not the most outstanding indicators on the accuracy of hitting the first (51%), five times gave its feed to the opponent.
In the second round of qualification, Cabrera confidently outplayed compatriot Inglis (6-3, 6-0). However, the upcoming rival is much more dangerous than Kava and Inglis. There are no serious prerequisites for betting on Cabrera as an underdog.
Statistics and personal meetings
- Tennis players before the match in New York did not play among themselves.
- In two victorious qualifying matches, Rybakina won through a head start from -7 games.
Elena Rybakina vs Lizette Cabrera Prediction
It’s no secret that the main “weapon” of Christina is her powerful serve, which at the start of this season “works” pretty well. Plus, Cabrera herself is unlikely to be able to surprise her with something at the reception and provide proper pressure in this component. On the backline, Plishkova is also able to play the game and dictate her conditions, as the Czech Republic has caught the attacking rhythm and looks great in the final stages of the rallies at the moment. Due to a powerful blow from the forehand, Christina is able to more often force Lysette to fall into the defense, and Cabrera is not so successful in defense. Given the current form of the girls, and Plishkova scored an excellent move, I am inclined to believe that the Czech tennis player will win a landslide victory over Lisette with a difference of at least three games.