You don't like Jabeur?Golubic plays Kalinskaya next and then the winner of Collins-Jabeur. She could potentially land up in the QF. She has never been past the second round in the Masters before (so this is already her best showing at that level). But she DID make the Wimbledon QF this year. And incidentally she beat Collins en route that time...
No, I LOVE Jabeur. But I will be the first to admit she is streaky and lacks the solidity Golubic has shown so far in this tournament. So a potential Jabeur-Golubic match could be dangerous. If anything, Collins is a better hustler even though she lacks Jabeur's variety..You don't like Jabeur?
Funny that the defending champ didn’t make the list. Fair, but funny.So, after three rounds, Tennis Abstract still has this as a wide open tournament.
To win the tournament percentage:
9.0% Barbora Krejcikova
8.8% Elina Svitolina
8.6% Karolina Pliskova
8.5% Anett Kontaveit
7.5% Ons Jabeur
6.9% Simona Halep
6.6% Iga Swiatek
5.6% Victoria Azarenka
5.5% Petra Kvitova
5.2% Jessica Pegula
I'm going to make a wild prediction. Halep wallops her!Patiently waiting the Stadium 2 match up - Sasnovich - Halep match! Will Halep be able to revenge Emma or is Sasnovich really peak good?
The courts seem slow paced and ball bounce looks springy so suits Igas game quite well!Swiatek has become underrated. She has some monstrous stretches, albeit not necessarily in the biggest matches, where she looks utterly dominant.
One should pay attention when players are able to totally destroy decent competition.