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WTA LINZ: SEMI-FINAL PREVIEW & PICK
DONNA VEKIC vs EKATERINA ALEXANDROVA
Donna Vekic currently holds a 2-1 lead in head-to-head matchups against her opponent. Notably, one of her victories occurred at last year’s clay tournament in Stuttgart, while the other two took place indoors. In their previous encounter, Vekic emerged victorious with two tiebreaks, indicating her superior focus during the match.
At 27 years old, the Croatian athlete concluded the previous season with a commendable record of 31 wins and 21 losses. A highlight of her season was clinching the Monterrey title. Additionally, Vekic reached the quarterfinals of the Australian Open and secured another final appearance in Berlin. Although she was defeated by Karolina Pliskova in the last round of the Berlin tournament, Vekic managed to defeat formidable opponents like Elena Rybakina and Maria Sakkari earlier on.
This week, Vekic demonstrated her prowess by winning two consecutive matches against Clara Burel and Dayana Yastremska, both in straight sets, requiring a total match time of 2 hours and 15 minutes.
Meanwhile, Ekaterina Alexandrova secured victories in her two matches in straight sets, albeit experiencing difficulty in serving out at 5-4 against Anastasia Potapova. Despite needing three match points to clinch the second-set tiebreak, the 29-year-old Russian managed to advance.
Although Alexandrova boasts a commendable 70% win rate when playing indoors, her consistency has been called into question, often not performing at her peak level to progress in tournaments.
In summary, Vekic’s performance has been consistently strong, defeating two in-form players to reach the current stage of the tournament, requiring just 2 hours and 15 minutes of court time. As such, she appears to be a strong contender for the Linz trophy based on her current form and performance.
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