Zarina Diyas (@6.25) vs Ashleigh Barty (@1.12)

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Ashleigh Barty will win

Zarina Diyas – Ashleigh Barty Match Prediction | 26-08-2019 12:00

Both have been serving well so far. Pliskova has had her own issues with double faults, hitting eight in the first round and five in the second. Barty has landed 16 aces across her three matches, though her performance from the line against Muchova, against whom she hit just two aces at the cost of five double faults, was far from inspiring. Pliskovas game is centred on a big serve and punishing groundstrokes, Bartys on variety, excellent feel and impressive foot speed.

Winners have also been flowing from her racquet, with the Czech having struck 82 so far in New York. But she has also fired 22 aces past her opponents so far and been broken just eight times, five of which came against Diyas in the first round. Expect that pattern to continue in this match, with Pliskova doing the majority of the attacking, with the result a larger total of unforced errors and winners alike. Barty has hit only 52, but has made 28 fewer unforced errors than Pliskova.

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That victory set up a second round clash with Romanias Ana Bogdan and Pliskova delivered a scintillating performance to oust her 6-2 6-3. Kenin had played somefine tennis to reach the third round at a Major for the first-time, but Pliskovas greater experience told in a 6-4 7-6 win. Pliskova began her tournament against Kazakhstans Zarina Diyas and edged out the 24-year-old in straight sets, 6-4 7-6. She then faced the American teenager Sofia Kenin in the third round.

As a warm-up for their US Open series, the prime ladies of WTA, Coco Gauff and Ashleigh Barty will play an exhibition match at Winston-Salem Open in North Carolina, on August 21, 2019, as mentioned by the tournament organizers. Presently, Gauff reserved a spot in the Citi Opens main draw. Over the past few weeks, the WTA sector of tennis has been resonating with two players, Coco Gauff and Ashleigh Barty.

Her win/loss record in the last twelve months stands at 11-7, which a) isnt a lot of tennis and b) isnt a high win percentage. Sharapova is still a very big name in the game, but it would be fair to say that her current condition leaves her quite a long way from the player who had spells of dominating the game.

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She is down at #198 in the world following a struggle with fitness and some poor form in the first half of the year. She has won three of her five matches on this hard court swing having lost four in a row before that. But as a former US Open champion, she can never be ruled out in this part of the world and on this surface. Kuznetsova certainly seems to be enjoying the switch to hard courts.

The US Open has generally been a tough tournament for Zarina Diyas as she has only won 40% of her matches at this venue. It has been a modest season for Zarina Diyas as she has performed well but not exceeded any big expectations. Diyas was eliminated in the opening round of the US Open last season. Prior to that tournament, Diyas played at the Citi Open where she made it into the quarterfinals. Zarina Diyas last played at the Cincinnati Masters where she made it into the second round before being defeated by Sofia Kenin.

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The young Ukranian, though, is building an incredibly exciting reputation in the game. She has played an impressive 60 matches in the last year, winning 40 of those and winning tournaments along the way.

In the last twelve months, she has held serve on hard-court over 70% of the time, which for such a young person is an outstanding attribute to rely upon. It is only a matter of time before she is winning tournaments regularly and in contention for Grand Slams. The 18-year-old Pole Swiatek is the real deal as a prospect on the tour.

Pavlyuchenkova is through to her first semi-final of 2018, it has taken her longer than expected to have some success but it has come at a good time with Roland Garros just around the corner. Pavlyuchenkova confirmed her spot in the final 4 with a solid 6-4 6-2 win over Zarina Diyas. The Russian started the week with a 6-0 6-0 demolition of Tatjana Maria before defeating Natalia Vikhlyantseva 6-4 6-4.


There Barty beat Karolina Muchova, who had upset Garbine Muguruza in the second round, 6-3 6-4. She dismantled Jabeur, winning 6-1 6-3 in what was their first meeting. Barty, who is also competing in the doubles alongside Coco Vandeweghe, faced Tunisias Ons Jabeur in the first round. She then overcame former French Open finalist Lucia Safarova 7-5 6-3 to reach the third round at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center for the second year in a row.