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Germany will host one of the most beautiful tournaments of the clay court season. One of the most striking and interesting things but this tournament with several of these, including Iga Swiatek, Ons Jabeur Carolina Garcia, and Aryba Sabalenka. Being the top seeds, they will have the privilege of standing in round 16 while waiting for a worthy opponent to give them a good show.
Another player to watch out for is Emma Raducanu, who already has a match against Jelena Ostapenko. Young Coco Gauff, a finalist in the previous edition, will be taking on Kudemertova. Those are some of the most interesting matches at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix draw, but even more are scheduled at the WTA Stuttgart schedule.
WTA Stuttgart Order of Play:
Today the last duels of the first round are finished and we will know which will be all the crossings of the main seeds. Immediately we will have the first duels of the second round, so this will be a very intense day at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix.
Day 4 – First Round & Second Round
Tatjana Maria vs Ylena In-Albon
Jelena Ostapenko vs Emma Raducanu
Barbora Krejcikova vs Liudmila Samsonova
WTA Stuttgart Schedule:
Everything will be more intense from the first round onwards because there will be days when one round ends and hours later the next one starts. Here you have the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix schedule at your disposal so that you don’t miss the best duels of each round.
Day 1 – Saturday 15th – Qualifying
Day 2 – Sunday 16th – Qualifying
Day 3 – Monday 17th – First Round
Day 4 – Tuesday 18th – First Round & Second Round
Day 5 – Wednesday 19th – Second Round & Third Round
Day 6 – Thursday 20th – Third Round
Day 7 – Friday 21st – Quarterfinals
Day 8 – Saturday 22nd – Semifinals
Day 9 – Sunday 23rd – Finals
Favourite WTA Stuttgart Draw
Every tennis player in this competition is aiming to go as far as possible, and we have already seen more than once how some underdogs sneak into the final rounds. However, tennis fans like to see the top players play against each other, so we speculated which would be the best Porsche Tennis Grand Prix Draw for the next round.
Ons Jabeur vs Emma Raducanu
Expectations are high for the 20-year-old Grand Slam tennis player. In the first round, Raducanu will face Jelena Ostapenko, but if she advances, the challenge will be even tougher when she meets WTA No. 4 Ons Jabeur. This would be the first time the two players have met.
Barbora Krejcikova vs Aryna Sabalenka
Sabalenka returns to competition after taking a break. So far, Aryna is one of the players with the best winning record of the season. The two options who could be her rivals are Barbora Krejcikova and Ludmila Samsonova, two players who are trying to break into the top 10 rankings. The Czech player has done better than Samsonova, so the chances of a Krejcikova vs Sabalenka matchup at the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix Schedule are high.
Coco Gauff vs Anastasia Potapova
Expecting the two players to meet in the second round is foolhardy, as each has already had a tough match in the first round. Potapova will face Croatia’s Petra Martic, with whom she has a record of 2 wins and 1 loss. Young Coco faces Kudermetova. The two first met in February after a tough three-set match, in which Kudermetova came out on top. Gauff has improved as the year has progressed, so if she gets through this round, like Potavova, we will see a fourth chapter between the two players.
Donna Vekic vs Maria Sakkari
This is a duel that we have already experienced eight times, and despite this, we never tire of watching them face each other as they always put on a show. Donna Vekic dominates the series with five wins to only 3 for Sakkari. Despite the large amount of h2h, they have this will be the first time they face each other on clay. So it will be very interesting to see what is the outcome of this duel.
Haddad Maia vs Elena Rybakina
The Kazakh tennis player is living her best year in the tennis world. For the first time, she entered the top ten rankings and when she faces the best players in the world on more than one occasion she is the favourite to win. Haddad Maia has already secured her place in the next round, so all that remains is for Rybakina to do the same and beat Germany’s Niemeier. This would be their second h2h, and in fact the second time they meet this year as they already met in Abu Dhabi. There, the Brazilian player defeated Elena in 3 sets.
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