San Diego Open doubles 2023: contenders, odds, and predictions

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The San Diego Open double, one of the most important ATP 500 events, is returned. Unlike the previous two years, when men were paired, this year’s event will be purely for women, as it has been for decades. From September 11 to September 16, 16 pairs will compete for the title.

WTA San Diego Open 2023 doubles predictions

Get some betting tips and our San Diego Open doubles predictions to place the right bet.

Krejcikova/Siniakova vs Kato/Sutjiadi prediction:  Krejcikova/Siniakova to win @ 3/5 (1.60)

Barbora Krejcikova, a Czech tennis player, is on the verge of achieving a once-in-a-lifetime achievement by reaching the finals of the San Diego Open in both singles and doubles with Katerina Siniakova. So far, the Czech players have proven why they are the top seeds. I believe Kato and Sutjiadi have done well thus far, but it will be difficult for them to face their next test.

  • Krejcikova/Siniakova vs Kato/Sutjiadi kickoff at 04:00

Collins/Vandeweghe vs Aoyama/Yang: Collins/Vandeweghe to win 2-0 @ 5/4 (2.25)

The good synchronization between Collins and Vandeweghe in the previous two rounds has led me to believe that the American number will be superior in this clash. Despite being the number two seeds, Aoyama and Yang have already defeated two top couples in the previous rounds.

  • Collins/Vandeveghe vs Aoyama/Yang will start at 06:00

San Diego Open 2023 doubles matches

From the first round of the San Diego Open, we will see some spectacular crossings.

Saturday 16th

Krejcikova/K. Siniakova vs M. Kato/A. Sutjiadi

Collins/C. Vandeweghe vs Aoyama/Yang

Main contenders in WTA San Diego Open doubles 2023

The most likely prospects for the title are listed below. This will allow you to examine the San Diego predictions and be confident in your bets.

B. Krejcikova / K Siniakova

The Czech duo made a strong start to the year, winning the Australian Open and then Indian Wells. This kept them as the best tandem in the world until the previous week when they were the number one seeds but were eliminated in the second round. Since Krejcikova and Siniakova have not been in a decisive phase since Indian Wells, Gauff and Pegula have surpassed them at the top of the WTA rankings.

S. Aoyama / Z. Yang

The champions of the Toronto Open have now lost three consecutive games. The Japanese combination were eliminated in the first rounds of the US Open, Cincinnati, and Cleveland. They had a bad experience last year, when they encountered Melichar and Oerez in the first round and lost in three sets, just a week after being defeated by the same opponents in Tokyo. Aoyama and Yang are hoping to turn the page and resume their winning ways.

H. Chan / G. Olmos

The unusual Korean-Mexican team advanced to semifinalists in Cincinnati and Cleveland, but were eliminated in the second round of the US Open doubles. The San Diego Open doubles tournament will be both players’ sixth tournament together. Giuliana Olmos is ranked No. 24 in the WTA doubles rankings, while Hao-Ching Chan is ranked No. 25. Winning their first title will help them move up at least a few spots.

L. Kichenok / J. Ostapenko

Lyudmila Kichenok, ranked 28th in the WTA doubles rankings, and Marta Kostyuk, ranked 30th, will be back in action. This is one of the competition’s most active pairs, having played in the most events together. Kichevok and Ostapenko have been without a title for a year, so they have lost prominence in the rankings, but they are one of the favorites to win in San Diego, where they will compete for the first time.

Frequently asked questions about San Diego Open doubles

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  • Who is the reigning champion couple? The new world No.1, Gauff and Pegula, who won their maiden victory as a pair last year at the San Diego Open, will not be present to defend their title this season.
  • When is the San Diego Open doubles final scheduled? The final game is scheduled for Saturday, September 16th at 13:30.

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