Day 3 predictions for WTA Bad Homburg

A rainy day in Bad Homburg on Monday means that two of yesterday’s six matches still need to be completed. However, that didn’t stop an exciting day of tennis from showing up in the other four matches. Elise Cornet She beat her hot record against Anna Kalinskaya to advance. Elsewhere in the courts, Tatjana Maria knocked out Anastasia Potapova in a thrilling showdown. Five more matches will be played on Tuesday in addition to the two matches that still need to be played. While we’ve already had a look at who should win the Bianca Andreescu And Angelique Kerber’s games, the other five games still need our attention. With that in mind, let’s dive into our predictions for Day 3 of WTA Bad Homburg

Day 3 predictions for WTA Bad Homburg

Sabine Lisicki vs. Tamara Korbach

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Sabine Lisicki She has been trying to resume her career since 2017. Unfortunately, countless injuries have made this impossible. I’m sure I’m speaking for most tennis fans when I say we’d love to see her do another good run on the WTA Tour. It will be a fitting reward for her love and commitment to the game. The German is still only 32 years old, so she has time if she can get some victories under her belt. What she also has is the level of tennis in the Grand Slam, having made Quarter-finals or better at Wimbledon on five occasions. If she can continue to improve like she has over the past few weeks, she should be able to get past Tamara Korbach here. Her teammate was less comfortable on the grass and never showed the consistent level needed to become a regular on the WTA Tour.

Prediction: Lisicki at 3
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Alison van Uytvanck vs. Amanda Anisimova

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This should be a great match to watch. Alison Van Uytvanck has a great grass court game. Belgian flat volleys and aggressive play reap the rewards on the fast, slippery surfaces that most grass courts offer. On the contrary, Amanda Anisimova He’s usually more of a heavy hitter than a high spinning hitter, hence the amazing results on the mud. However, the American has tremendous power from both wings and isn’t afraid to flatten her shots when needed. That’s hard to call but I think Anisimova is starting to find her best level again this year and that’s pretty good for most people. The American has to beat a narrow one here.

Prediction: Anisimova in 3
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Camila Rakhimova x Caroline Garcia

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Caroline Garcia returned to defeat Alexandra Sasnovich in her final round. The French superstar has struggled for back-to-back wins and any kind of consistency in recent years, so she’s been loving a deep run here. She might have a tough time for things in this match although Camila Rakhimova was great at sending off Ludmila Samsonova in the last round. Garcia level up when she’s at her best. It’s also more comfortable and experienced on this surface. Rakhimova got Samsonova out of her way in the last round and I don’t think she will be lucky with Garcia here.

Prediction: Garcia at 2
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Daria Kasatkina vs Julie Niemeyer

face to face:

Daria Kasatkina continues to appear in 2022 and is getting closer and closer to returning to the top ten. Russian offline It sits at number 13 in the direct rankings A deep run in this tournament would put real pressure on the three players between her and that 10th spot. However, for a deep run, she must first pass Jule Niemeier. The German youth has been dazzled in recent weeks. As such, she found herself inside the game’s top 100 for the first time. She still lacks turf experience, though she looked good in the matches she played on the rooftop. Another day I would like surprise chances in this match. However, Kasatkina boxed in and it was good and consistent for me to see that happen this time.

Prediction: Your Story in 2
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Simona Halep vs Katerina Senyakova

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The tennis world is still waiting to see the best version of Simona Halep Since returning from a calf injury last year. The Romanian has scored some solid results, including last week’s semi-final in Birmingham. However, she has not claimed a title or run deep in a major tournament this year and will be keen to change those two things in the coming weeks. She is facing a final from last year’s edition of this tournament in Katerina Sinyakova here. Siniakova hasn’t done much interest in the singles circuit for the past couple of years. She’s a consistent player with a deep sprint at times but often doesn’t have the level needed to trouble the best of the game. That has to be true again in this match as I see Halep overtake her in the end.

Prediction: Halep in 2
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