Tomljanovic vs Anisimova: who is better prepared for the match?
In the first round of San Jose tournament Ajla Tomljanovic will take on Amanda Anisimova on August 3. Our expert assessed chances of winning for both players in the predictions below.
In 2021 Ajla Tomljanovic has one major highlight. In London, at Wimbledon tournament Australian player reached the quarter-final against all odds. Only Ashleigh Barty managed to stop Ajla (6:1, 6:3).
After a success in London, Ajla represented her country at the Olympic Games. In the first round her opponent, Jaroslava Shvedova, withdrew herself during the match. In the second round Ajla was beaten in a contested match by the eventual bronze madalist, Elina Svitolina (6:4, 3:6, 4:6).
Since the start of the year Amanda Anisimova can't find her game and put up high results. 19-year old player has dropped to the 84th position in the WTA position and if she won't improve her performance, she can be left out of Top-100.
Anisimova's most recent tournaments were on the grass - Berlin, Bad Homburg and finally Wimbledon. She reached the quarter-final at Bad Homburg, so there were high hopes for a London tournament. But her performance was not successful - Amanda was beaten in the first round by Magda Linette (6:2, 3:6, 1:6).
In five most recent Anisimova's matches no more than nine games were played in the first set
In three out of five most recent Tomljanovic's matches three sets were played
Odds are pretty even on both players. But Ajla Tomljanovic is looking better in the current season, she put up a successful performance at the Olympic Games and on Wimbledon. Anisimova has no achievements in this season and she lacks consistency. We offer to place a bet on the Aussie.
Our prediction - Tomljanovic to win
Prediction: Tomljanovic to win
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Ajla Tomljanovic is prone to long matches. In three out of five her recent matches a set exchange took place. Anisimova will try to break her string of defeats. We offer a bet on total over.
Our second bet is on total over 21 games