Elise Mertens vs Camila Giorgi – Tip. We added another WTA tennis pick for site visitors. All the best if you are betting on today’s matches.

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Elise Mertens leads the head heads 2-1! However, Camila Giorgi won their most recent meeting, and that was in the first round of this tournament in 2021. For the record, this tournament rotates between Montreal and Toronto, and last year’s Canadian classic was played in Montreal.

Following this year’s moderate haul (19/16), Mertens saw her rank slip to a pre-tournament 37. By winning her first-round match against Anna Bondar, she’s moved up four places to rank 33. 

The highlight of Mertens year was making the 4th round at each of the three grand slams. However, since London, the 27-year-old lost her first matches at both Prague and Washington. 

For the most part, Mertens is having a disappointing season. Nevertheless, she won against Kerber, Cornet and Kvitova, and she made Jabeur fight in London. Consequently, we are not overly concerned about her exits from WTA250 tournaments, and she will be up for this.

Meanwhile, Giorgi started the week at rank 29, but as the winner of this last year, she’s out to save a lot of points. In fact, a defeat today would leave the Italians on rank 70.

In the first round, the defending title holder beat Emma Raducanu 7/6 6/2. As you can see from that scoreline, the first set was close and the Brit was a breakup. While the 2nd-set was more biased, Raducanu did take a 2/0 lead before losing the plot!

As with Mertens, the Italian isn’t having the best (14/13) of seasons. On paper, the fourth round of the French Open and semi-final of Eastbourne were highlights. Otherwise, losing to the likes of Frech (London), Dart (Nottingham) and Korpatsch (Stuttgart) are worrying factors.

In conclusion, we are making a strong bet on Mertens. She’s got the game, and over the years she’s been consistently in the top twenty!


Odds: 1.99