After multiple rescheduling, the final of the women’s Bett1aces tournament in Berlin is scheduled, between Petra Kvitova (12 WTA) from the Czech Republic and Elina Svitolina (5 WTA) from Ukraine.
The chosen prognosis goes in the direction of the stronger athlete, who has a definite advantage in direct duels.
Petra Kvitova: Team form, news and statistics
Petra (30 years old) is a much more massive player than Wednesday’s opponent. At 1.83 meters and 70 kilograms, it is 9 centimeters taller and 10 kilograms heavier, which in the style of play is materialized by more force at the basic shots – service, forehand and lapel.
The Czech is one of the most valuable sports on the field, with 58 successes and 18 defeats, 4 WTA titles, including 2 Grand Slams at Wimbledon.
Kvitova managed 19 wins and made only 11 unforced mistakes in the semifinals with Kiki Bertens.
He served 3 aces and 4 doubles, saving 2 of the 3 break points awarded to the Dutchwoman.
Elina Svitolina: Team form, news and statistics
Elina (25 years old) returned more difficult after quarantine, suffering 2 surprising failures in the Elle Spirit Open, against the Swiss Waltert (284 WTA) and Golubic (123 WTA).
That demonstration competition was held between July 3 and 4, on slag.
Svitolina managed to recover in the first match at Bett1Aces Berlin, against Sevastova, after several moments in which she was clearly dominated by the Latvian.
The Ukrainian won 7-6 6-3, finishing with 7 aces, 1 double fault, 19 winners and 22 unforced errors.
The record number 5 WTA on the turf is a negative one with 16 victories – 17 failures, this not being his favorite playing surface, although he lived in London for a long time.
🎾Statistics of direct matches Petra Kvitova vs Elina Svitolina
▪️Petra leads 7-2 in direct confrontations.
▪️However, the two never met on the lawn.
Tennis Prediction of the Day Petra Kvitova vs Elina Svitolina
I’m going to the left-hand side of the Czech Republic, in the final of the competition in Berlin.
Kvitova was extremely dominant in the 2 games played on the grass in Germany, against Petkovic and Bertens, while Svitolina had only one match with Sevastova, in which she did not impress too much, having moments of ups and downs.
I think Petra’s more aggressive style of play will make Elina defend herself more during this dispute, and eventually the Eastern European will give up.
Bet Tips: Victoria Kvitova