Daria Kasatkina vs Caroline Garcia – Tip. WTA Finals – Fort Worth. We only bet on meaningful matches, and this is one for tonights deciding game. Here’s hoping that we can continue killing the bastards.

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The other match between Coco Gauff and Iga Swiatek is a dead rubber! The American is heading out, while Swiatek won the group. Since the mindset of both players is unclear, we recommend swerving the match for betting purposes.



Betting is about the odds, and anyone who tells you differently is wrong! In this match, we see a massive odds bias. Read on for more…

The winner of this match will progress to the semi-finals. However, since both were beaten by Iga Swiatek, only the runners-up spot is available. In short, Maria Sakkari won the other group and she will be the winner’s next opponent.

As it stands, the head-to-head is level 1-1. For the record, Daria Kasatkina won the last meeting (August 2021) in San Jose. On that occasion, Dasha came from a set down to win that second-round match 3/6 7/5 6/3. The other meeting was in the first round of Wuhan (2019), and Caroline Garcia won in straight sets.

Meanwhile, Garcia started the week with a comfortable 6/4 6/3 win over Cori Gauff. Despite splitting with her coach, the 28-year-old played her best tennis to see off the 18-year-old in 1:19. Subsequently, the French players were given a reality check by Swiatek (6/3 6/2), and her overall effort was disappointing.

As for Kasatkina, she too was (6/2 6/3) beaten by the Polish player. Nevertheless, she’s bounced back to get the better of Gauff, and in doing so came from a breakdown in both sets.

For the most part, this match is equally balanced. Both players have a similar ranking, and their efforts this week were at a similar level. Our swing toward the Russian player is based on two factors, and the first of them is playing styles. Consequently, Garcia will need to hit through Kasatkina, and it’s that which will test the resolve of the older player. Secondly, the slower surface is ideal for Dasha as it gives her more time on the ball!

At these odds, we are again advising the outsider!


Odds: 2.30