As we draw closer to the end of the 2023 WTA season, it’s important to point out that there are just two 1000 level events left on the women’s side. The Guadalajara Open will be the last big tournament on the WTA calendar in September. A total of 56 players will make the trip to Mexico for this event; who will be left standing when it’s all said and done? In this article, we’ll provide our Guadalajara Open predictions, which will be updated every day.
Guadalajara Open predictions – Sloane Stephens to win outright @ 20/1 (21.00)
At these odds, we believe there’s a lot of value in backing Sloane Stephens to win the title. It’s important to point out that most of the top players skipped this tournament. As it stands, the top six players on the WTA rankings will not participate at this event. While there are a few players who will challenge Stephens for the crown, we believe she’ll successfully defend her title.
Guadalajara Open picks – day 2
These are our favourite predictions for today:
Maria Camila Osorio Serrano vs Magdalena Frech – Osorio Serrano to win @ 8/11 (1.73)
It may interest you to know that Maria Camila Osorio Serrano and Magdalena Frech squared off against each other just six days ago at the San Diego Open, and it was Osorio Serrano who came out on top in three sets. As it stands, the Colombian has a 2-0 record against today’s opponent, with both victories coming on this surface. Taking everything into account, we believe that Maria Camila Osorio Serrano will advance to the next round at the expense of her Polish opponent.
Martina Trevisan vs Jasmine Paolini – Paolini to win @ 1/2 (1.50)
We would like to point out that these players first clashed at the ITF event in Santa Margherita Di Pula seven years ago, Where Martina Trevisan won in straight sets. However, she hasn’t fared too well against Jasmine Paolini since then; as she has lost three consecutive encounters with her compatriot, winning no sets in the process. While we have no doubt that Martina Trevisan will give everything she has to win this match, we are fairly confident that Jasmine Paolini will reign supreme when it’s all said and done.
Veronika Kudermetova vs Eugenie Bouchard – Bouchard +4.5 games @ 4/5 (1.80)
World number 19 versus number 248, this looks like a one-sided contest on paper. However, it’s important to point out that Eugenie Bouchard held her own against number 7 seed Veronika Kudermetova in the past; she has two wins in two previous skirmishes between these players, with both victories coming in straight sets. Although Bouchard has struggled to find her best form in recent years, she looked really solid in her straight sets victory over Renata Zarazua yesterday. All things considered, we believe the wild card will do just enough to cover +4.5 games.
Frequently asked questions about the Guadalajara Open
Is it possible to watch the Guadalajara Open live on TV? Of course. You can catch all the action live on BBC if you reside in the United Kingdom.
Who won the Guadalajara Open title last year? Jessica Pegula is the defending champion of this competition.
What will the winner of the Guadalajara Open get? Whoever wins this year’s event will get $454,500, as well as 1000 WTA ranking points.
Who is the pre-tournament favourite to win the Guadalajara Open? Ons Jabeur is favoured over every other player ahead of this competition.
How many seeded players are in this tournament? There are 16 seeds at this year’s edition of the Guadalajara Open.
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