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SABINE LISICKI vs ALYCIA PARKS – BETTING PICK
Two big servers going head to head in this one. The betting market moved in our favor, so let us get stuck in with making a case.
Did you know? – In 2015, Sabine Lisicki set a record for the most amount of aces in a match. On the grass courts of Birmingham, the German smashed down 27 aces on her way to beating Belinda Bencic. While that has since been bettered (31) by Karolina Pliskova, the former number twelve added her name to the record book!
As for the current tournament in Andorra, Lisicki started with a win over Sara Errani. For the record, against the Italian, she served 15 aces and 5 double faults. Other stats include winning 33 from 41 first serves and breaking her opponent 4 times.
However, the 33-year-old was broken twice, and in the next round, she dropped another game to Alina Charaeva. Furthermore, despite the result being 6/0 6/3, the 33-year-old faced 6 break points.
In the first round of the 2021 US Open, Alycia Parks recorded the joint fastest (129 MPH) serve by a woman. For those who don’t know, the 1.85M American can be listed under the term ‘’big-hitter’’
Meanwhile, in the first round here, Parks needed three sets (7/6 2/6 6/2) to see off Linda Noskova. In that match, the American served 15 aces, albeit she was guilty of giving her opponent 17 double faults. Subsequently, Parks took care of business (6/3 7/6) against Oceane Dodin. On that occasion, her ace count (14) was twice as many as her double faults.
For the most part, Parks is looking comfortable on these courts. Moreover, back in October, she beat the likes of Karolina Pliskova & Maria Sakkari on an indoor hard court. Consequently, the 21-year-old is an improver, and we fancy her to see off the old guard!
BET: ALYCIA PARKS