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We expect the French player to be fully wound-up for another bash at the Australian Open!

At this time last year, Cornet was talking about a last round before retirement. However, that was put on hold after she made the QF of this tournament.

For the record, at last year’s Australian Open, Cornet sent Viktoriya Tomova, Garbine Muguruza, Tamara Zidansek, and Simona Halep packing. While her deep run ended against Danielle Collins, she had proven to herself that she could still be competitive! 

Subsequently, Cornet struggled at her next nine tournaments before bouncing back to make it to the 3rd-round of the French Open. On the grass courts of Bad Homburg, she made the QF by beating Anna Kalinskaya, Tatjana Maria, and Angie Kerber.

The 33-year-old went on to make it to the 4th round of Wimbledon, with Iga Swiatek being amongst her victims. A semi-final in Cleveland and the third round of the US Open followed. Finally, a final in Monastir rounded off a season that saw Cornet rise to rank 33.

For the most part, Leylah Annie Fernandez struggled through the last campaign. In fact, the 2021 US Open finalist picked up a Grade-III-fractured foot injury which kept her out of Wimbledon.

As for season highlights, in March the Canadian won a WTA250 Monterrey and in May the QF of the French Open. It was in losing to Martina Trevisan that Fernandez was found to have damaged her foot, and that cost her two months of the season. 

On returning to the circuit in Toronto, the now 20-year-old was ejected in the 2nd round by Haddad Maia. The same fate awaited Fernandez at the US Open, albeit her conqueror was Samsonova. First-round defeats in San Diego and Guadalajara followed, and then came a QF in Tampico. Incidentally, she beat two no-hopers at that tournament before losing in straight sets to Marino. 

Since the new season started, Leylah won two soft matches in Auckland before losing against Ysaline Bonaventure. Based on those efforts, she’s got something to prove.

In conclusion, Cornet is a messy type of player who is good at breaking an opponent’s momentum. Since the Canadian would rather bang it out from the baseline, this match can be decided by Cornet’s ability to mix things up!


Odds: 2.30 (2.38 Bet365)