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The San Diego Open main draw has all 28 competitors. We know ahead of time that without the current champion, Iga Swiatek, in the competition, someone new will seize the crown and the 470 points on offer. Let’s take a look at the competition’s favorites as well as the greatest tennis predictions for today
- 1 WTA US Open 2023 tips – day 3
- 2 2023 San Diego top seed: Who’s the favorite to become champion?
- 3 San Diego Open Questions & Answers
WTA US Open 2023 tips – day 3
The first round begins today with plenty of games, and here are some of our top San Diego Open predictions:
Beatriz Haddad Maia vs Barbora krejcikova – Under 22.5 games @ 13/20 (1.65)
Barbora Krejcikova has two victories and no defeats over the Brazilian tennis player, therefore the Czech woman has a slight advantage. When comparing the careers of both players, both 27 years old, the European player has done better because she was number two in the world at one point and is currently rated 13th in the WTA rankings.
Haddad Maia dropped a set in the first two rounds, although Krejcikova had previously won in straight sets. I believe this match will be decided in two sets, as were the last two h2hs, hence they should play fewer than 22.5 games.
To be eligible for the San Diego Open main draw, Eva Navarro had to compete in the qualifying round. However, none of her opponents have been able to take even a single set from her, allowing the American player to win four consecutive straight sets.
Sakkari begins as a favorite as the tournament’s third seed, but she has yet to complete a match. She earlier defeated Colombian Camila Osorio in the second set after she retired. Navarro has nearly 50 victories this season. If Maria Sakkari has a good day, she will win in two sets; otherwise, Emma will surprise her in 22.5 games or less.
2023 San Diego top seed: Who’s the favorite to become champion?
Ons Jabeur to win outright @ 4/1 (5.00)
Due to the absence of Sabalenka, Swiatek, Rybakina, and Gauff, who occupy the top four slots in the WTA rankings, the world number 5 will be the major San Diego Diego Open seed. Jabeur did not compete in the previous edition, thus she will have a large number of points to add to her account in order to compete for a berth in the WTA finals. The tunizian player is not the only San Diego Open seed.
San Diego Open Questions & Answers
- What will be the prize for the San Diego Open champion? The winner will not only receive 470 points for the WTA, but also $120,150.
- When is the final of the 2023 San Diego Open? The final will take place on Saturday, 16th, at 16:00.
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