A look at Caroline Garcia vs Petra Kvitova Cincinnati Open WTA 2022 match and its prediction
Caroline Garcia and Petra Kvitova are set to fight for the battle of the title at the Cincinnati Open 2022 in the women’s singles category.
Let us have a look at their past performance, current form, and head-to-head records.
WTA Western And Southern Open 2022 Results, Score
Madison Keys vs Petra Kvitova
To advance to the Western & Southern Open final, Kvitova defeated Keys 6-7(6) 6-4 6-3.
Czech Republic’s Kvitova, the 28th-ranked player in the world, outlasted American Keys in two hours and 18 minutes.
After narrowly losing the first-set tiebreak, Kvitova fought back to defeat Keys in Cincinnati once more and gain the upper hand in their rivalry. The Czech had lost in this round in 2012 and 2018, therefore this is his first victory in a semifinal of the Western & Southern Open.
Caroline Garcia vs Aryna Sabalenka
Caroline Garcia, another finalist at the Western & Southern Open, defeated No. 7 Aryna Sabalenka 6-2, 4-6, 6-1 to earn her third Top 10 victory of the week and became the first qualifier to ever reach a WTA 1000 tournament’s championship match.
Garcia broke Sabalenka six times and finished the match with 24 victories to 18 unforced mistakes. Sabalenka beat Garcia in three games and made 32 unforced errors compared to 16 wins.
Caroline Garcia vs Petra Kvitova Western And Southern Open Tennis 2022 Schedule, Date, Time, Prediction, Head To Head, Odds, Results, Score, Tickets And Live Stream Telecast
Caroline Garcia vs Petra Kvitova WTA Cincinnati Open 2022 Final H2H Record
Venue: Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Prize Money: $6,280,880
August 21, 2022, Sunday
The Tickets for the tournament can be purchased here.
When Are Where To Watch: Live Stream And TV Telecast
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Time: 2:00 pm | 7:00 pm | 11:30 pm
Channel: Tennis Channel | Amazon Prime Video | Voot and Sports18
Head To Head: 5-3
Currently, Petra Kvitova has a 5-3 advantage over Caroline Garcia in their head-to-head matchup. The pair’s most recent meetings were won by the Czech, who twice in 2019 won in straight sets.
After defeating 2019 champion Madison Keys in the Saturday semifinal match, Petra Kvitova advanced to the Western & Southern Open championship match for the first time in her career to face Caroline Garcia for the title of singles in Cincinnati.
Although it’s very difficult to predict the outcome of the match, it seems like Kvitova’s racket will play a major role. She should be able to dominate Garcia and win a ninth WTA 1000 championship if she can serve at or near her peak and keep her unforced errors to a minimum. Garcia will undoubtedly have her opportunities as well, though, and this match may end up being extremely close but Kvitova is expected to win in three sets.
The Betting Odds are available here.