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KATIE VOLYNETS vs CATY McNALLY – PREVIEW
WTA PARIS – CHALLENGER
This bet is on the semi-final of the Paris Challenger. The tournament is worth a total prize money of $115,000 dollars and 160 points to the winner.
Both players are 21 years old and from the USA, and Caty McNally leads the head-to-head 2-0. However, both those matches were played on hard courts, and this one is on clay!
McNally started this tournament on a career-high rank of 62, and by reaching the semi-final she’s up at 55. If Caty wins the tournament, she will break into the top 50 for the first time!
While the Cincinnati resident is 8/4 on this season’s clay, her overall strike rate is just 52.3%. In comparison, McNally won 76.6% of her indoor matches.
Nevertheless, to reach this semi-final, Caty beat Kristina Mladenovic, Tamara Zidansek, and Nao Hibino. Incidentally, all of those matches ended in straight sets, albeit she needed two tiebreaks against Zidansek.
Following her endeavors this week, Katie Volynets is back in the top 100. In fact, after her QF win she reached rank 89, and winning this tournament would take her to rank 73.
Volynets’ is 18/10 this year, and 7/4 on clay. Also, her strike rate on this surface is 60.8%, and which compares to an average of 58.6%. Katie recently made it to the semi-final of Saint-Malo, and earlier on in the year reached the same stage in Austin.
During the current season, Volynets’ claimed several high-profile scalps. For example, in the 2nd round of the Australian Open, she beat 9th-ranked Veronika Kudermetova. Other players on the beaten list include Yastremska, Potapova, and at this tournament Aliaksandra Sasnovich. In the last round here, Katie took out local hope Alize Cornet, and her other win was over Carol Zhao.
For the most part, Volynets is progressing again. She likes playing on clay, and her wins this week were against solid players.
To cut a long story short, we like the chance of Katie!
BET: KATIE VOLYNETS
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