Su-Wei Hsieh (@1.28) vs Priscilla Hon (@3.75)

Our Prediction:

Su-Wei Hsieh will win

Su-Wei Hsieh – Priscilla Hon Match Prediction | 12-09-2019 00:30

Theres no since in my constantly having to repeat myself over, and over again, and again whenever Im discussing a topic of conversation which features (P. Kvitova) and repeatedly explaining to some people that Kvitovas inarguably the best professional womens singles tennis player in the world whenever shes performing at her maximum peak level of play out on court.

There is no pressure on Halep to perform especially after being out of action for so long, but this is a tough match against a home favorite. Simona Halep is starting her campaign without the services of coach Darren Cahill. During that span, Ashleigh Barty won the WTA Elite trophy at the tail end of last season, and impressed at the Hopman Cup last week losing only one Singles match. She is also playing her first competitive tennis match in three months. Halep leads 2-0 on head-to-head, with their recent meeting in Cincinnati being a close one.

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The American will surely be lacking in confidence as a result, although she did impress in beating Greet Minnen of Belgium in straight sets in the first round, and she could be in for a tough outing up against Viktoria Kudermetova. Considering the contrast in their recent results, despite McHales good start to the week, it is hard not to back the talented Kudermetova. The 22-year-old Russian, seeded second, has enjoyed a consistently successful year and reached a career-high ranking of world #48 this week. Christina McHale has failed to win back-to-back WTA main draw matches since Indian Wells in March.

If the one that played the first set against Alexandrova shows up, then Yulia Putintseva will win this. The fightback by Stephens tells me she wants to do well in Sydney. Alexandrova had the match in her racket but wilted. I think this match will depend on which type of Sloane Stephens turns up. The Kazakh also has the advantage of a days rest.

Hsieh though, struggles against players who hit with such authority from the back of the court. But she has to do away with Su-Wei Hsieh, who is not afraid of spoiling the party. Kvitova must have gained a lot of confidence from beating Sabalenka in the previous round. They have played once on hard court, and that was in 2016, with Czech winning comfortably in straight sets. Petra Kvitova is one match away from setting up a blockbuster quarterfinal against Angelique Kerber.

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The crowd will surely give Hibino their fulsome backing, but that may not be enough for her to overcome the higher-ranked Diyas. Nao Hibino made an impressive start to her Hiroshima Open campaign as she rallied from a set down to edge out Canadian teenager Leylah Fernandez 6-7 7-6 7-5 in a thrilling three-set battle. But that lengthy match may leave her short of energy, particularly up against the talented sixth seed Diyas, who opened her campaign with a comprehensive 6-2 6-2 win over Montenegros Danka Kovinic.

This is an interesting matchup between Sasnovich and Priscilla Hon. The young Australian has knocked out some very tough opposition from the qualifiers to her first round match. However, the likes of Krunic, Birrell, and Tatjana Maria, all of whom Hon has beaten in Sydney, do not possess the big serve and forehand that Sasnovich can do damage with. I am not reading too much into that Sasnovich win. It was no surprise to see Kasatkina lose again. The Russian barely performs in Australia pretty much every year.

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The top seed at the Hiroshima Open, Hsieh was perhaps not at her very best during her 6-1 3-6 6-1 win over home hope Risa Ozaki in the first round. She may need to raise her level against Australian young gun Priscilla Hon, who bested Polands Katarzyna Kawa in opener. But after shaking off any rust in that match, Hsieh will surely be eyeing a deep run at the tournament she won last year. But the 21-year-old Australian seems destined to struggle to find any rhythm up against Hsiehs unorthodox, attacking style and that bodes well for Hsiehs chances of securing a return to the quarterfinals.

WTA Japan OpenSu-Wei Hsieh (TPE) vs Priscilla Hon (AUS)The match between veteran and experience player Hsieh against young and not to much talented tennis player Hon. Here expect win for Hsieh in two sets because she always takes a early break and no top quality opponent don't have a lot to do, especially if we talk players like Hon. Here expect win for experience Taiwanese, beacuse she has a lot experience to beat Hon. Hsieh has a lot of various shots in her play, also she could easy take a break from opponent, especially players with no to much strong serve, and Hon is included in this category.

Siegemund, seeded fifth at the Hiroshima Open, began her campaign with a fine 6-4 6-1 win over Vera Savinykh. This one looks to have all the makings of a close contest, but Tigs momentum should be enough to carry her over the line. However, she could well face sterner opposition up against Tig, who impressed in coming through the qualifying before beating Ayano Shimizu of Japan 6-4 6-2 in the first round of the main draw. Laura Siegemund, who has spent a considerable amount of time sidelined through injury over the past few seasons, will look to continue her climb back towards the top of the game when she takes on Patricia Maria Tig.