Important Note: These 2 matches have been re-scheduled to Wednesday after rain halted play on Tuesday with both of these matches delayed before play.
Tuesday is shaping up as a good day of Tennis betting action on the ITF Womens Circuit. We turn our attention to Round 1 action from Surbiton in Great Britian on the Grass. As is to be expected with the lead up to Wimbledon starting to kick in the overall depth of this field is very good. This will ensure for some good value betting matches throughout the week.
Check back here across the course of Tuesday as we finalize previews for each match.
Mestach vs Fett
It was only 4 weeks ago that Jana Fett defeated Irina Khromocheva 6-1, 6-1 followed by a 6-2, 7-5 win over Tereza Martincova, both those players hover around the 100 mark in the world and she franked those 2 good wins in a tight 3 setter when going down 7-6, 4-6, 4-6 to Danka Kovinic in the Quarter Finals at Cagnes-Sur-Mer in France. She gets back onto a more comfortable grass surface here and still has plenty of upside in her game considering she is only 20 years old and still climbing the world rankings.
On the other hand An-Sophie Mestach comes through her most recent tournament making the Quarter Finals at Caserta in Italy but that form is no where near as strong as Jana Fett.
Back Jana FETT to win at the good odds of 1.66.
Boulter vs Martincova
Got a leaning towards the outsider in the betting here in the form of the 20 year old Katie Boulter who has the big advantage of being on home soil here and that may well prove the decisive factor. Boulter is the 2.00 outsider. She should be a slight favorite so minor overs exist.
Boulter has a few things in her favour here, she is fresher into this tournament after 2 weeks off since making the final at Kurume in Japan where she lost in 2 tight sets to Laura Robson capping off a very strong tournament confirming the impression that she is capable of knocking on the door of the top 100 if she stays fit and keeps her current progression on that upward spiral over the next few months. She is every chance of doing that on the Grass here at home.
Martincova comes off the qualifiers at Roland Garros. Her form there was nothing to write home about which has been the story for some time now, she is currently 145 in the world and her progression up the charts has slowed decisively over the last 12 months. We are of the impression she has reached her level at her current ranking whilst Boulter’s profile is screaming future top 100 and capable of mixing it at that level now.
Back Katie BOULTER to win at the very good odds of 2.00.
More to follow.