Ashleigh Barty vs Karolina Pliskova Live Streaming

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Barty vs Pliskova Head to Head:

Ashleigh Barty
Karolina Pliskova

Ashleigh Barty was born on 24 April 1996 in Australia. Barty plays right-handed (two-handed backhand) and she’s coached by Jason Stoltenberg. Ashleigh Barty has won 3 titles in her career (0 Grand Slam titles). Barty height: 1.66 m.

Karolina Pliskova was born on 21 March 1992 in Czech Republic. Pliskova plays right-handed (two-handed backhand) and she’s coached by Rennae Stubbs. Karolina Pliskova has won 12 titles in her career (0 Grand Slam titles). Pliskova height: 1.86 m.

Ashleigh Barty is meeting Karolina Pliskova in the final of Miami Open in Miami, USA. The match between Ashleigh Barty and Karolina Pliskova will take place on outdoor hard courts.
You can watch Barty vs Pliskova online, following the instructions mentioned above, or you can follow it on TV. Click here to check Miami Open TV broadcasting schedule.

The current H2H stats are even. The two players last met at the US Open 2018 and Pliskova won in three sets. In fact, Pliskova is the favourite of the final, after showing an amazing tennis in her semifinal against Simona Halep. The biggest tournament Barty won to date is the WTA Elite Trophy and this final is her most important performance. The Australian managed to upset a number of top seeds along the way, like Kiki Bertens or Petra Kvitova, but overall Pliskova has the main chance.
For Pliskova, this is her first Premier Mandatory final. It may sound strange, but she never played in such a final before. So, winning the title will be a first for both players. The Czech seems to be in better shape in 2019, having reached the semifinals at the Australian Open and also winning the title in Brisbane.

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