Petra Kvitova vs Angelique Kerber Odds & Info
|Game||Petra Kvitova vs Angelique Kerber|
|Date & Time||Saturday May 1, 2021, 5:00 AM (EDT)|
We have reached the quarterfinals of the 2021 WTA Madrid Masters in Spain. At this stage of the tournament, Petra Kvitova is set to play against Angelique Kerber from Germany.
Angelique Kerber enters this match having defeated Markéta Vondroušová in straight sets in the previous round. It was a solid performance by the German superstar as she impressed with her receiving. Kerber won over 40% of her receiver points which allowed her to break her opponent’s serve on 3 occasions. The serving was also solid from Angelique Kerber as she only lost 1 service game in the entire match. It is a positive start to the tournament for Angelique Kerber but she must play well in this match if she wishes to compete with Petra Kvitova.
Looking at Petra Kvitova, the Czech superstar enters this match following a very comfortable win in the first round. Kvitova was dominating the match and leading the match 1 set to 0 when her opponent retired. Kvitova had won 50% of her receiving points and had already broken her opponent’s serve on 4 occasions. The Madrid Open has always been a very strong tournament for Petra Kvitova as she has won the title here on 3 occasions. The most recent win was in 2018. Considering her record at this tournament, Petra Kvitova will be tough to stop.
Petra Kvitova and Angelique Kerber have played each other 13 times in the past. Kvitova has won 7 occasions while Kerber has won 6 times. The most recent match between these two players was in 2019 at Sydney where Kvitova won in straight sets. Kerber last defeated Petra Kvitova in 2018 at Stuttgart.
Free Tennis Pick:
This should be a close match between two elite tennis players. The records of these two players are very close and that makes it hard to differentiate. That being said, I am going to pick Petra Kvitova to win this match. Kvitova seems to play her best tennis when she is at Madrid and I see her being tough to stop in this tournament. I see Kvitova winning in 3 sets.