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PAULA BADOSA vs KAROLINA MUCHOVA – PREVIEW
The worry for Karolina Muchova is she’s struggled to go beyond the Quarter-Final of any tournament this year. Nevertheless, the 26-year-old is highly talented, and her rank of 42 doesn’t tell the whole story!
Despite only playing a total of forty-nine matches in 2020 & 2021, Muchova made it to a career-high rank of 19. For the record, she reached the semi-final of the Australian Open and the quarter-finals of Wimbledon & Madrid.
As for the current campaign, the Czech player won 19 of her 26 matches. Three of those came in Dubai, while she won four at each of Miami and Indian Wells. Furthermore, she’s beaten a number of top players, including Belinda Bencic, Marketa Vondrousova, Sorana Cirstea, and Victoria Azarenka.
Meanwhile, in Rome, Karolina won her first match against Kamilla Rakhimova, followed by 18-ranked Martina Trevisan. Most recently, the 26-year-old fought off the partisan crowd and another Italian in Camila Giorgi.
Over the past 13 months, Paula Badosa saw her rank drop from a career-high of 2 to today’s 36. Despite winning 16 of her 24 matches this year, she missed the Australian Open and 6 weeks through injury!
On a more positive note, Badosa won 10 of her 13 Clay-court matches. In Charleston, the 25-year-old reached the quarter-final, and it was the same in Stuttgart. However, Paula was stopped in the fourth round of Madrid by Maria Sakkari, and she struggled for a deep run!
In Rome, Badosa won her last-round match against her former bestie Marta Kostyuk. If we are being analytical, her opponent seemed to be very subdued and failed to rise to the occasion!
Also, while beating Ons Jabeur looks good on paper, the Tunisian is clearly struggling with an injury. As for the first-round win over Anna Lena Friedsam, she shouldn’t be needing a third-set tie break!!
In conclusion, we see this match as 50/50. Since only the odds matter in betting, the call is an easy one!
BET: KAROLINA MUCHOVA