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Mirra Andreeva demonstrated exceptional form in her recent victory over Diana Shnaider, showcasing the potential for significant improvement given her young age of 16. Anticipate her ascent to the top 30 soon.

This teenage sensation commenced her season with a flawless performance, remaining unbroken throughout her first match. Andreeva encountered only one break point while successfully converting 4 out of 9 on the opposing side.

Boasting an impressive strike rate of over 80% and a stellar record of 41 wins out of 10 matches in the previous season, Mirra is a seasoned winner. Notable victories against players like Pavlyuchenkova and Krejcikova in Beijing, as well as triumphs in six matches at Wimbledon and five at the French Open, underscore her undeniable talent.

On the other hand, Liudmila Samsonova may be more established on paper, starting the campaign at rank 15. However, the 25-year-old is not renowned for quick starts, requiring several matches to reach peak performance.

To sum it up, Samsonova is likely to need some warm-up matches before hitting her stride, making her susceptible to the threat posed by the emerging Andreeva. Stay tuned for an exciting match as the up-and-coming talent challenges the more seasoned opponent.


Odds: 1.83 (1.88 Betfair)

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