Alize Cornet vs Caroline Garcia – Semi-Final – Preview & Prediction | 2022 Bad Homburg Open
When is Alize Cornet vs Caroline Garcia on and what time does it start? Alize Cornet vs Caroline Garcia will take place on Friday 24th June, 2022 – not before 17:00 (UK)
Where is Alize Cornet vs Caroline Garcia taking place? Alize Cornet vs Caroline Garcia will take place at TC Bad Homburg in Bad Homburg, Germany
What surface is Alize Cornet vs Caroline Garcia being played on? Alize Cornet vs Caroline Garcia will take place on an outdoor grass court
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What channel is Alize Cornet vs Caroline Garcia on in the UK? Alize Cornet vs Caroline Garcia will be televised live on the Amazon Prime app on Smart TVs
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World number 44 Alize Cornet stunned defending Bad Homburg champion Angelique Kerber on Thursday, defeating the German in three sets. The 32-year-old started 2022 off in serious form with a run to a first ever Grand Slam quarter-final at the Australian Open via a superb victory over Simona Halep but she has since struggled to find that intensity on tour. Former world number four Caroline Garcia has found plenty of impressive results over the last few months but rarely have they come together to produce a deep run like this. The 28-year-old beat in-form Aliaksandra Sasnovich in the first round here before thwarting a resurgent Sabine Lisicki on Thursday and this looks like an exciting, totally unpredictable semi-final between two players with high ceilings. Garcia leads this head-to-head record 3-2 but Cornet won their two most recent encounters in 2017 and 2018. A first match on grass might just-about favour Garcia but Cornet’s victory over Kerber is enough to lean her way here. Back Cornet to win at least a set as the likelier of two very capable winners.