Bianca Andreescu vs Sofia Kenin – Third Round – Preview & Prediction | 2023 Miami Open
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When is Bianca Andreescu vs Sofia Kenin on and what time does it start? Bianca Andreescu vs Sofia Kenin will take place on Sunday 26th March, 2023 – not before 17:00 (UK)
Where is Bianca Andreescu vs Sofia Kenin taking place? Bianca Andreescu vs Sofia Kenin will take place at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, USA
What surface is Bianca Andreescu vs Sofia Kenin being played on? Bianca Andreescu vs Sofia Kenin will take place on an outdoor hard court
Where can I get tickets for Bianca Andreescu vs Sofia Kenin? Visit this link for the latest ticket information for Bianca Andreescu vs Sofia Kenin
What channel is Bianca Andreescu vs Sofia Kenin on in the UK? Bianca Andreescu vs Sofia Kenin will be televised live on the Amazon Prime app on Smart TVs
Where can I stream Bianca Andreescu vs Sofia Kenin in the UK? Amazon Prime subscribers can stream Bianca Andreescu vs Sofia Kenin live on Prime Video
This promises to be another thrilling match between two former Grand Slam champions, and former world number fours, aiming to get back to their previous heights. World number 31 Andreescu backed-up an excellent victory over Emma Raducanu in the first round with a brilliant comeback over seventh seed Maria Sakkari on Friday and the Canadian finally looks to be coming back into the fearsome player she was in 2019 when she won the US Open alongside two Masters titles. 24-year-old Kenin upset 28th seed Anhelina Kalinina in straight sets on Friday to suggest she too is finally rediscovering her once daunting determination on court. The 2020 Australian Open champion has spent much of the last few seasons in the wilderness with myriad issues both on and off the court but she took eventual champion Elena Rybakina to two tiebreaks at Indian Wells last time out before defeat and back-to-back wins here in Miami is hugely encouraging.
Andreescu beat Kenin in straight sets in the semi-finals of the Canada Masters back in 2019, on her way to the title on home soil, and the Canadian leads their head-to-head 2-1 at tour-level. Back Andreescu to earn at least a set here as the likelier of two very capable, still very vulnerable, winners and leave the result up to chance.