IGA SWIATEK vs JESSICA PEGULA – PICK

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IGA SWIATEK vs JESSICA PEGULA - PICK

IGA SWIATEK vs JESSICA PEGULA – PICK

In the 3rd round, Iga Świątek was accused of using ‘’below the belt’’ tactics in her match with Lauren Davis. TV Pundit John McEnroe said she was trying to distract her opponent by waving her hand. He went on to say ‘’I don’t know about that, and I don’t think it’s legal’’. While Swiatek went on to beat the American 6/3 6/4 she failed to impress!

Subsequently, the 21-year-old then needed three sets to beat Jule Niemeier. In that match, she benefited from her opponent’s choking and her experience carried her through. For the record, Swiatek won her other two matches against Sloane Stephens and Jasmine Paolini. 

Despite making it to this stage, Swiatek is looking far from invincible. Her recent defeats to Alize Cornet (London), Garcia (Warsaw), Haddad Maia (Toronto) and Madison Keys (Cincinnati) support that theory.

Meanwhile, Jessica Pegula is growing into the tournament, and in the fourth round, she defeated (6/3 6/2) Petra Kvitova. In that match, we thought Jess was clever! After all, she made her opponent play, and 24 unforced errors later Kvitova had dug her own grave.

In her previous matches, Jess sent Viktorija Golubic, Aliaksandra Sasnovich and Yue Yuan packing. While she needed three sets against Yuan, the final one ended on 6/0!

Conclusion:

At this stage of the tournament nerves become an issue, and whether Jess can feed off the crowd remains to be seen. Nevertheless, we have been impressed by the millionaires’ daughter, in that she’s been finding the right game plan. While Swiatek has more depth to her game than Pegula’s last opponent, she’s becoming more prone to losing focus. We are taking the 28-year-old to deliver on the big stage!

BET: JESSICA PEGULA

Odds: 2.88