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Bencic vs Siegemund Head to Head:
Belinda Bencic is meeting Laura Siegemund in the second round of Roland Garros in Paris, France. The match between Belinda Bencic and Laura Siegemund will take place on outdoor clay courts.
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With no titles so far in 2019, Simona Halep is still viewed as the top favourite at winning (again) the Roland Garros. This is due to the fact that Simona Halep remains one of the few female players who are pretty much dominant on clay.
Kiki Bertens looks like the most improved player of this season. She is now on the 4th place, ready to climb some more. But that is not important. The most important thing is that Kiki Bertens is viewed as the player with the second best chances to win the Roland Garros tournament. She just won the Madrid Masters and, if history repeats itself, we might see her lifting her first Grand Slam title.
For some unknown reasons and maybe because of the ATP rankings, Naomi Osaka is credited with the third chance to win the trophy, even though she did not show a good form during the clay season. However, it is highly unlikely that Naomi Osaka will reach an advanced stage of the competition, mainly because she is simply not good on clay. However, as surprises may arise anytime in tennis, everything is possible.
Good news for Canadian fans, as Bianca Andreescu is finally back on the tennis courts. She sustained an elbow injury right after winning Indian Wells and she had to take a break. However, it is highly unlikely that Bianca Andreescu will be a contender at the title, as she still has not played enough official matches.
The Czech duo Karolina Pliskova and Petra Kvitova will start the tournament with equal chances for winning, but Karolina Pliskova seems to be in a better form, because she just won the title at the Rome Masters. Petra Kvitova is leading the race to Shenzhen, which demonstrates she’s the most in form player of the season, so far. She also has all the abilities to win a Grand Slam title, but unfortunately, clay is not her favourite surface.