French Open Tennis

Karolina Muchova vs Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova Prediction and Odds: French Open 2023

Karolina Muchova and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova face off in the French Open 2023 quarterfinals. Muchova defeated Elina Avanesyan, while Pavlyuchenkova triumphed over Elise Mertens. Expect an intense match as these players bring their skills to the court. Read our WTA French Open predictions in this article.

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Karolina Muchova vs Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova – Match Predictions

Over 20.5 Games

Pavlyuchenkova has shown her fighting spirit as she makes her comeback on the WTA circuit. With the exception of her straight-sets win over Linda Fruhvirtova, she has been made to work hard by Liudmila Samsonova, Anastasia Potapova, and Elise Mertens, with these duels requiring a decider to state their conclusion. On the other hand, Muchova only has had one three-set affair against Nadia Podoroska, while defeating Elina Avanesyan, Irina-Camelia Begu, and Maria Sakkari in straight sets. It will be a battle of the wills, as has been the case in their prior meetings. Muchova is the favourite but will find it difficult to break Pavlyuchenkova’s resilience. The Russian will not go down with ease and it will be a long affair, one that sees Over 20.5 Games in this duel.

2-1 to Karolina Muchova

The last time these ladies faced off against each other, it was Muchova who triumphed, ending her two-match losing run against Pavlyuchenhova to an end. The Czech ace now has the opportunity to make her H2H against the current world 333 t 2-2. Despite facing off against a similar pedigree of rivals, she has easily overcome them. Pavlyuchenkova will not allow her to ruin her great return and we expect a dogged affair in this quarter-final meeting. She has defeated Muchova on clay and at this stage but in the 2021 Madrid Masters. However, based on recent consistency shown by the Czech ace, we are backing her to win but not without taking some blows in a 2-1 triumph.

Karolina Muchova vs Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova Preview

Our predictions for this match have now been established, let’s see how these players have fared so far in the French Open.

Karolina Muchova

The Czech ace has been in scintillating form at the 2023 French Open, dropping just one set en route to the quarterfinals. Demonstrating her dominance, Muchova swept aside Avanesyan, Begu, and Sakkari in straight sets, showcasing her impeccable skills on the clay court. Only Podoroska has given her a tough challenge, one in which she ultimately prevailed in a thrilling deciding set. As the tour has progressed, Muchova has built on her success, reaching the fourth round of the Italian Open and Miami Open, while also making the quarterfinals of Indian Wells.

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova

Pavlyuchenkova’s journey at the 2023 French Open has been a testament to her resilience and determination. Despite early exits in Zaragoza, Madrid, and Rome, she found her footing at the Strasbourg Open. Her disappointing quarterfinal defeat to Lauren Davis exposed her struggles, as she suffered a resounding 6-0 defeat in the third set. Undeterred, the current world No. 333 received a wild card entry for the French Open. Displaying her fighting spirit, Pavlyuchenkova conquered formidable opponents in Fruhvirtova, Samsonova, Potapova, and Mertens in gruelling clay-court battles.

Karolina Muchova vs Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova Head to Head

Muchova defeated Pavlyuchenkova in their 2021 meeting at Wimbledon. The prior two encounters had finished in favour of the Russian ace.

  • 03/07/21 Karolina Muchova won 2-0 (Wimbledon, Grass)
  • 05/05/21 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova won 2-0 (Madrid Open, Clay)
  • 19/10/19 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova won 2-1 (Moscow Open, Indoor Hard)

Karolina Muchova vs Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova Match Details

Roland Garros

  • When will this match start? This match starts not before 15:00 GMT on 06 June.
  • What is the prize money for Roland Garros in 2023? The total prize money for the 2023 edition stands at €43.9 million. The Men’s and Women’s Singles winner will take home €2.3 million apiece.
  • Who are the top seeds of the French Open? Carlos Alcaraz and Iga Swiatek are the top seeds in men’s and women’s singles events.
  • Where can I watch French Open 2023 in the UK? This match will be available on Eurosport for fans in the United Kingdom

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