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When is Petra Kvitova vs Elisabetta Cocciaretto on and what time does it start? Petra Kvitova vs Elisabetta Cocciaretto will take place on Sunday 28th May, 2023 – not before TBC (UK)
Where is Petra Kvitova vs Elisabetta Cocciaretto taking place? Petra Kvitova vs Elisabetta Cocciaretto will take place at Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France
What surface is Petra Kvitova vs Elisabetta Cocciaretto being played on? Petra Kvitova vs Elisabetta Cocciaretto will take place on an outdoor clay court
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Former world number two Petra Kvitova claimed the 30th title of her illustrious career with a storming and rather surprising run at the Miami Open, becoming one of a handful of players to have beaten Elena Rybakina this season in the final. The Czech moved back up to world number 10 as a result of claiming her seventh Masters title, three of which have come on clay in Madrid, but she comes in cold on the surface after playing just once since her Miami conquest. Kvitova has reached at least the quarter-finals at each of the four Grand Slams, making the semi-finals here twice in 2012 and 2020, but her two major titles both came at Wimbledon in 2011 and 2014. 22-year-old Elisabetta Cocciaretto comes into Roland-Garros at a career-high WTA world ranking of 43rd after some string work on hardcourts earlier this season and she takes a commendable 2-2 record on clay into the first round after recent defeats in Madrid and Rome to Paula Badosa and Anastasia Potapova, respectively.
The Italian may have her moments in this first meeting with Kvitova but despite her lack of recent matches it is more likely that the Czech knows to strike whilst the iron is hot at this stage of her career. Back Kvitova to win outright, although two should do it.
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