Cori Gauff (@2.25) vs Anna Blinkova (@1.7)

Our Prediction:

Anna Blinkova will win

Cori Gauff – Anna Blinkova Match Prediction | 17-10-2019 09:00

The fact that she drew, the above mentioned Ostapenko in the finals, certainly helped her cause. On Gauff, I agree with you it will be a much tighter match that could go either way. At the Linz final, however, Ostapenko showed a new worrying trait and the three sets in the match can be seen as, play bad, flip switch play good, her normal style. Then, instead of riding the momentum and confidence gained, she concludes extremely poorly and inexplicably loses the match. Her stars may have aligned, in her winning Linz. On Ostapenko, I tend to agree with Brett for the following reasons:Ostapenko, generally, has two modes or MOs when she plays someone she is capable of beating, like today:1) Play bad and lose2) Play bad at first, flip switch, play good and winPunters and predictors alike, therefore, could pick Ostapenko taking a chance that scenario 2 may occur. This unreliability, now turns her into someone who is too risky to pick.

While Pegula might be able to hit through Cornet for a set, doing that over the course of two sets is a different story. Cornet is known for her fighting spirit and ability to stay in rallies. David:Pegula picked up her first career title this summer hard court season, winning the WTA tournament in Washington. While Pegula did well to win that title in Washington, I doubt she will play with the controlled aggression necessary to beat Cornet.

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Theres definitely talent there, but perhaps not enough experience to get past World #51 Veronika Kudermetova. At the Bronx Open, Di Lorenzo lost in the qualies. Then, Kiki Bertens sent the young American packing. Tracey:Francesca Di Lorenzo gained some recognition when she beat Croatias Petra Martic in straight sets.

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David:This battle of 22-year-olds will be tight. Kudermetova is having a good season, while Di Lorenzo played well in Toronto and will have the home crowd behind her.

While the 20-year-old should be confident coming off a quarterfinal run at the Bronx Open, Blinkova has never beaten a Top 10 player. Unforced errors and an errant serve have dogged her the last few months. Tracey:The knee injury suffered during the Western & Southern Open has hopefully healed enough to give Naomi Osaka a fighting chance to defend her US Open title. Im still not sure what to expect from Osaka, but Anna Blinkova has neither the weapons nor the experience to challenge. Its been up and down for the Japanese superstar. If Osakas knee is fully recovered, its a straight sets win.

She will take full advantage of an opponent who hasnt been so consistent recently. Shes got a huge snub by not being given a wild card in Cincinnati, but the US Open made up for that. Dont be surprised by Di Lorenzos power on serve. Yesh:How can I pick against Di Lorenzo?

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Doi is clearly comfortable with the conditions in Luxembourg, but Goerges is far from an ideal first-round opponent. The 2015 Luxembourg Open champion Misaki Doi looks to be in for a tough test up against the experienced German Julia Goerges. The 2018 Wimbledon semifinalist will surely be targeting a deep run in Luxembourg after her disappointing second-round loss to her compatriot Andrea Petkovic in Linz last week. Expect her to get back on track at the Luxembourg Open with a fairly routing win. Her powerful serve and forehand typically make her an extremely dangerous opponent in quick indoor conditions.

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Predicting today are Tracey Essex, David Gertler, and myself (Yesh Ginsburg). Tuesday at the US Open wraps up the first round. Who will survive their first challenge on the path towards Major glory? In addition to this article (which contains four matches), we have three more sets of predictions. Were here to predict as many matches as we can for you. One features Coco Gauff vs Anastasia Potapova; the second headlines Danielle Collins vs Polona Hercog; and the third highlights Aryna Sabalenka vs Victoria Azarenka.

Facing Stefanie Voegele in the first round, Gauff put up a shaky performance but found a way to triumph in straight sets. However, The American benefitted from a late withdrawal from Maria Sakkari and got in as a lucky loser. Kateryna Kozlova survived a scare against Anna Blinkova, wasting two match points on her serve and allowing the Russian to face a decider. The 15-year-old prodigy Cori Gauff was not able to come through the qualifying draw, losing her second match to Tamara Korpatsch. Kozlova then found herself twice in a situation where her opponent served for the match, before ultimately prevailing in the third-set tie-break.

The Americans shot selection can be all over the place and she often finds herself trying to end the points too early. Anyhow, the 15-year-olds potential seems almost limitless and provided she keeps her cool, Kozlova is not an opponent she should fear. Although Gauff is remarkably mature for her age, the lack of experience shows.