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Vondrousova vs Martic Head to Head:
Marketa Vondrousova is meeting Petra Martic in the quarterfinals of Roland Garros in Paris, France. The match between Marketa Vondrousova and Petra Martic will take place on outdoor clay courts.
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Defending champion Simona Halep was not able to win any titles so far, but still, she is considered one of the favourites of the tournament. In fact, she is the number one favourite at the bookies.
There is no surprise that Kiki Bertens comes second when we are talking about chances of winning the Roland Garros. Kiki Bertens showed an exceptional form this season and the good results can be also seen in the rankings, where she climbed up to the fourth position, a career best. Also, she plays very well on clay, a feature that most female players don’t posses. There will be little surprise if we are going to see Kiki Bertens winning the Roland Garros this year.
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.
This year’s Roland Garros looks like it will be won by an outsider. Simona Halep is not in full form and also she is without her coach, Darren Cahill, the man who aided her in winning the first title. A comeback which everybody is expecting is Bianca Andreescu, who finally recovered from an injury which forced her to stop playing for over two months. We’ll see how the Canadian player will perform on this tournament and if she can keep up the good pace from a few months ago.
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.