Iga Swiatek vs Aryna Sabalenka Odds & Info
|Game||Iga Swiatek vs Aryna Sabalenka|
|Date & Time||Sunday April 24, 2022, 7:00 AM (EDT)|
Center Court Center Court, Stuttgart, Germany
In the final of the 2022 WTA Stuttgart Open in Germany, Aryna Sabalenka from Belarus is set to play against Iga Świątek from Poland.
Iga Świątek has looked in very good form throughout this tournament and enters this match as the top seed and having won her previous clash in 3 sets. It was a close match but Iga Świątek showed her class on various occasions during the match which allowed her to run away with the victory. During the win, Iga Świątek impressed with her receiving as she was able to break her opponent’s serve on 5 occasions. It has been an incredible few months for Iga Świątek as she has won her last 3 tournaments which have included the Qatar Open, Indian Wells Masters and Miami Masters. Iga Świątek is looking very tough to stop.
On the other side of the court, Aryna Sabalenka enters this match following a win in straight sets in the previous round. It was a comfortable win for Sabalenka as she won 9 service games and 3 return games. Sabalenka has looked very comfortable throughout this tournament and will be hoping that he can challenge for this title against a player who is in outstanding touch. It has been a modest season for Sabalenka but she will be hoping that a win at this tournament can turn things around
Aryna Sabalenka and Iga Świątek have played each other twice in the past with both players winning on 1 occasion. The most recent match between these two players was earlier is the season at the Qatar Open where Iga Świątek won in straight sets. It was a comfortable win for Iga Świątek on that occasion.
Free Tennis Pick:
Looking at all the information, I see Iga Swiatek winning this match. Despite the skill of Sabalenka, Iga Swiatek has been playing on a different level over the past few months and I don't see any player having what it takes to challenge her at this tournament. This should be a close match but I see Iga Swiatek being good enough to win the match and the title.