On January 20 2020 Madison Brengle and Caroline Garcia faced each other in a match from WTA Australia Open in Melbourne.
Madison Brengle will meet at the start of the AO with a difficult rival, the ex-fourth racket of the world Caroline Garcia. The Frenchwoman, of course, lost too much over the past season, because she lost rating points and was on the verge of relegation from the top 50. For all the time of her professional career, Brengle has stood out in few places, she mainly drives ITFs, which she manages to win. For 29 years, the 29-year-old tennis player has been sitting in the second half of the top 100, and as soon as she appears at the base of a prestigious tournament, she flies out in the early stages. In Australia, Madison spent four matches, lost only to Putintseva and Jabir, but in each meeting she tried to impose a fight.
Garcia has always tried to be the best. Last year, Caroline Garcia won only one title at the WTA tournament in Nottingham, on the grass the tennis player performed well, but the hard segment failed. In the offseason, the French player tried her luck at the home Challenger in Limoges and even there she lost to the not-so-strong rival Parmentier.
Statistics and personal meetings
- Madison Brengle on 93rd position in Rank
- Caroline Garcia on 46rd position in Rank
- Brengle has only two wins in his last five matches
- Caroline lost four out of five games
- Statistics of personal meetings Madison Brengle and Caroline Garcia. In personal meetings, 3-1 is led by Garcia.
Madison Brengle vs Caroline Garcia Game Prediction
Brengle is an experienced tennis player and at least what she has to do in the match against Garcia to impose a fight, especially since the Frenchwoman is not in the best shape and has long been leaking matches to outsiders. Madison will try to drag Caroline into lengthy skirmishes on the back line, since she herself does not have a powerful feed, blows. In this meeting, much will depend on Garcia, but so far the tennis player has not surprised her with her game in Australia, either at her serve or at the reception.
Our prediction – Caroline Garcia to win