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In the last round, it is hard to believe that Anastasia Potapova could play so badly in her match against Sofia Kenin.

While the Russian player took an MTO (heat exhaustion), she looked a bit soft. In fact, Potapova beat herself, and Kenin just needed to do was allow her opponent to self-destruct.

While her movement doesn’t seem to be affected, Kenin is bandaged like an Egyptian Mummie. While it didn’t stop the 24-year-old against Kudermetova, Volynets, or Potapova, those players didn’t reach the required standard.

Nevertheless, Kenin is starting to find a bit of form. Also, she’s a former number 4-ranked player, and she did beat Cori Gauff at this year’s Wimbledon!

Meanwhile, Emma Navarro needed to battle past 5 opponents to reach this stage of the tournament. On a positive note, she won the first four of those matches in two sets.

For the record, after qualifying, Navarro went on to beat Jasmine Paolini and Aliaksandra Sasnovich in straight sets. However, in the last round, the 22-year-old needed a third-set tiebreak to get past Maria Sakkari.

In our opinion, Navarro will get a big confidence boost out of beating the number 9-ranked player. After all, holding her nerve in a close tie-break against someone with more experience can only be good.

We bet Navarro to win her last match against Sakkari, and we can’t find any reason to desert her today. In short, the odds being offered are out of sync with what we have been watching!!


Odds: 2.22 (2.28 Betfair)

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