Caroline Garcia vs Danielle Collins – Pick. Many of the top players are turning out for San Diego, and we should be able to benefit from the time schedule. If you want to get all our WTA picks for this week – you can have them for €30.

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As it stands, Caroline Garcia is ranked number 10. In the race for the WTA finals, the 29-year-old is fifth. With 8 places up for grabs, Garcia is almost certainly heading to Fort Worth.

In 2022, Garcia won 41 of her 59 matches, during which time she improved her rank from 79 to 10. For the record, on May 26, Caroline was just 9/9 (YTD) and had dropped to her lowest rank.

Subsequently, the French player could only win one match at both Nottingham and Birmingham. The turning point for Garcia came on the grass of Bad Homburg, in which she beat Andreescu in the final. While the fourth round in Wimbledon didn’t yield any points, it was her biggest pay cheque for some time!

To make a long story short, Garcia went on to win Warsaw before landing her biggest prize in Cincinnati. After first needing to qualify, Caro beat Martic, Sakkari, Mertens, Pegula, Sabalenka and Petra Kvitova. 

Since landing the $2.5M tournament, the former number four made the semi-final of the US Open. However, she failed to make it past her first opponent Shuai Zhang, and this is her first match since.

Despite being just a year younger, Danielle Collins doesn’t have anywhere near her opponent’s tennis mileage. In comparison, Garcia was involved in 738 matches, whereas Collins played 328. One of the reasons for this difference is education, Danielle put her degree first!

The 28-year-old made up for lost time, and in July she reached a career-high rank 7. Unfortunately, niggling injuries limited the American to playing just 9 tournaments this year, and one of them was the Australian Open!

Collins started her campaign at the Grand slam level, and she shocked everyone by making it to the final. In the semi she made Iga Swiatek (6/4 6/1) appear average, but she couldn’t get past Ashleigh Barty!

While Collins hasn’t been able to play much tennis since, she’s still beaten Halep, Jabeur and Osaka. 

To conclude, Collins knows how to prepare for tournaments, and she will be ready! We just wonder if Garcia had one battle too many, and trying to pick up again will be a challenge. At the end of the day, we have always been followers of the fiery American. She’s a real competitor, and we fancy her strongly!


Odds: 2.15