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Fifth-seed Emma Navarro defeated Leolia Jeanjean in straight-sets, setting up a second-round meeting with Clara Burel. They have prior history, making it an interesting duel for fans and neutrals alike. Get the latest tennis betting tips and predictions here.
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Under 20.5 Games
Burel is making the step up on the WTA main tour after triumphing in Montpellier earlier in the month. She has made decent runs in Palermo and Contrexeville but now comes up against Navarro. The American ace’s recent matches have been short-lived affairs, with none of her last five wins seeing more than 20.5 games, bageling Jeanjean in her last meeting. With two of Burel’s last five wins going above this tally, we expect to see a swift conclusion to this meeting coming in Under 20.5 Games.
The last time Burle and Navarro met was in Chile, the American triumphing 6-3 and 6-3. Burel recently added to her silverware cabinet winners medal in Montpellier, while Navarro was the beaten finalist in Bastad. Given the fifth seed’s record of 33-9 on the red surface, we are backing her to triumph. Taking into their last meeting and the fact Navarro’s last five wins have come in straight sets, we are predicting a 2-0 result in her favour.
Our predictions for this match have now been established, let’s see how these players have fared so far in the Lausanne Open.
The French ace has had a prolific 2023 season, showcasing strong performances with a 22-12 win/loss record. Her proficiency on clay courts stood out, achieving an impressive 14-7 record. Burel’s season highlights include claiming the title in Montpellier and reaching the semifinals in Strasbourg. Additionally, she reached the quarterfinals in both Grenoble and Palermo.
With a 43-16 win/loss record in 2023, Navarro has displayed her exceptional abilities on clay courts, achieving an outstanding 33-9 record. The American’s season highlights include claiming titles in Naples, Charleston, and Charlottesville. Additionally, she reached the finals in Vero Beach, Ilkley, and Bastad. Moreover, Navarro made it to the semifinals in Bad Homburg and reached the quarterfinals in Boca Raton, Malo, Strasbourg, and Palermo.
Burel and Navarro have only met once on the WTA tour, last year in Colina. The duel in Chile was a straightforward affair, Navarro making little work of Burel in straight sets.
- When will this match start? This match starts at 09:00 GMT on 27 July.
- What is the prize money for WTA Lausanne Open 2023? The total prize money for Lausanne Open 2023 is $259,303.
- Who is the top seed of the Lausanne Open? Petra Martić has top billing at Lausanne Open 2023.
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