Danielle Collins vs Ashleigh Barty Live Streaming

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Collins vs Barty Head to Head:

Danielle Collins
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Ashleigh Barty
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Danielle Collins was born on 13 December 1993 in USA. Collins plays right-handed (two-handed backhand) and she’s coached by Mat Cloer and Stijn de Gier. Danielle Collins has won 0 titles in her career (0 Grand Slam titles). Collins height: 1.78 m.


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.

Danielle Collins is meeting Ashleigh Barty in the second round of Roland Garros in Paris, France. The match between Danielle Collins and Ashleigh Barty will be disputed on outdoor clay courts.
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For former champion Simona Halep, this year was not a good one. She missed twice the chance to grab a trophy, first in Qatar and again in Madrid. However, since there are not many female players good on clay courts, she can be regarded as one of the favourites of Roland Garros.

After an amazing run in the past months, Kiki Bertens is now just second to Simona Halep at winning the Roland Garros, according to the bookies. She achieved her best performance ever just weeks ago, by winning her first big trophy, the Madrid Masters. Yes, some may say that Simona Halep played really bad in that final match, but Kiki Bertens had it all. Now, she looks ready to tackle her first huge title, a Grand Slam.

Naomi Osaka started the year in full speed by winning the Australian Open. Therefore, she is now ranked number one in the official rankings, but when it comes to playing on clay courts, the Japanese player is not that good. Even so, she starts the tournament with the third chance at the trophy, surpassing much better clay players like Karolina Pliskova or even last year’s finalist, Sloane Stephens.

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 winner of the Rome Masters, Karolina Pliskova, is not seen as a big favourite at the title, and the same goes for her compatriot, Petra Kvitova. Although both players had solid performances this year, both on clay and hard, the red surface is just not their playground.

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