A Martemyanova (@1.4) vs L Petruzelova (@2.75)

Our Prediction:

A Martemyanova will win

A Martemyanova – L Petruzelova Match Prediction | 04-10-2019 03:00

I had a feeling that Wozniacki would win a slam last year but she didnt, I honestly believed that 2017 was her best chance. I havent commented here in a very very long time because I was swamped with work, but I wanted to see 2018 predictions. I had said very firmly that Kerber wasnt going to win a slam in 2017 and she didnt, similarly I firmly believe that at present top 10 is open to everybody.

Garcia I havent seen her a lot last year but as many might know she never impressed me with her complete lack of mental game and complete lack of plan B, she has probably turned it around because she did win a lot at the end of last year, I will have to see her matches this year to get a feeling.

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However quite a lot of players have won their maiden Grand Slam in recent years so maybe it will be the turn for Elina in 2018. You may be correct in placing Elina Svitolina as being number One. Interesting read as always James. She does remind me in many ways of Carolina Wozniacki as they are both fit and slim and do not mind playing in a lot of tournaments so they obtain lots of points to get to number One but they both may lack that extra quality required to win a GS.

Her game is probably best suited to WimbledonHaving said that I expect her to have a bit of a dip after time to reflect on what she accomplished last year. I would LOVE to see Garcia win a Slam. She really struggled with her back against Cornet at Brisbane. Im not sure which shed be most likely to win? Even when she was up, she was getting almost no depth or pace on either wing. I hope it wont fall over into the Aus Open.

Backing up a breakthrough season is never easy, yet Barty will get a headstart considering she was forced to go through qualifying for big events as recently as in August. 6. Barty has a great attitude and is one of the coolest customers on the WTA tour. In my opinion, she has it all serve, forehand, variety and a general understanding of the game. Ashleigh Barty: Readers of this blog will know that im very fond of Barty.

My hunch with Pliskova is that she will never make a Slam final again and reach one Slam semi each year like Radwanska did from 2013-16. IMO, Probability (unfortunate event in 2018 for Muguruza) > Probability (Muguruza wins a slam in 2018) Could definitely see Serena winning Wimbledon but only if she either (i) misses the AO and plays RG or (ii) plays the AO and wins it. For me Svitolina screams Slamless having never beaten a Top 15 player in a major before (or any seed in the last 6 slams). Something always gets in the way for 2-time slam champs this decade: injuries/retirement for Li Na & Clijsters, injuries/pregnancy for Azarenka, suspension for Sharapova, attack for Kvitova, inability to handle pressure for Kerber. I can understand your Muguruza pick but I didnt pick her as no player other than Serena has won more than 2 slams in the 2010s. As I dont think either will happen at present, she is not pick pick for Wimbledon.


Love watching her play and shed be one of my fav players if she had a more sporting attitude etc. Bit surprised that you have not mentioned Jelena Ostapenko. Won her first GS this year and reached the QF at Wimbledon. Only 20 and will have gained confidence from this year and could mature in 2018. Would not surprise me if she finished in the top 10 by the end of 2018.

Despite injuries in 2017, I actually thought Sharapovas level was decent and she seemed highly motivated as ever. 9. Maria Sharapova: The prospect of S.Williams, Sharapova and Azarenka all playing at the same time could be a fascinating plotline in 2018. If she can stay healthy, I think that Sharapova will sneak back into the worlds top ten again with at least one deep run at a Slam. While I think all three fully fit and playing regularly would crack the top ten again, the only one ive gone for in my list is Sharapova.

CiCi Bellis:A rough end to the year but Bellis showed plenty of promise during 2017 and hit a career high ranking of 36 in August. For me, her mentality on court is one of the best ive seen from all of the up-and-coming players. Id expect her to push on up into the worlds top 20in 2018 and reach her first Slam quarter-final.

I see that she finished at number 14 and she will have gained confidence from those wins and if she can continue that good form next year then it will not take much for her to get into the top 10 at the end of 2018. The WTA website has Julia Goerges as winning one WTA title this year which made me wonder if I imagined her winning two in a row during the autumn.but they are wrong so I am not going mad !


2. I was super impressed with the consistency she brought to her game in 2017, coupled with an aggressive edge that came to the fore at Wimbledon. Garbie Muguruza:Ive been yoyoing on Muguruza for the past few years but im currently high on the Spaniard. When shes in that kind of form, feeling confident coming forward and clutch on big points, I dont think there are many players who can rival Muguruza.

Elina Svitolina:Ive really changed my opinion on Svitolina having seen her as a top 20 player in the past. 1. The growing intent to become more aggressive was clear to see during many of her matches in 2017 and I admire her resilience on court. She came close to the big Slam breakthrough in 2017 but just came up short on a few occasions. The next big obstacle is translating her form at the Premier events to the Slams. Top of my list of newbies to win a first Slam. Svitolina has improved her season-end ranking every single year she has been on the tour and I think she will do it again in 2018.

Im with you on CiCi Bellis who looks a very promising young player and I think that she can get her first WTA title in 2018. I also tend to agree with you about Daria Kasatkina who is improving with experience. Surprised she changed her coach but it does not seem to have done her any harm and Ill be following her progress closely.