Caroline Dolehide vs Sofia Kenin Preview & Prediction | 2023 Guadalajara Open Akron | Semi-Final
When is Caroline Dolehide vs Sofia Kenin on and what time does it start? Caroline Dolehide vs Sofia Kenin will take place on Friday 22nd September, 2023 – not before 23:00 (UK)
Where is Caroline Dolehide vs Sofia Kenin taking place? Caroline Dolehide vs Sofia Kenin will take place at the Panamerican Tennis Center in Guadalajara, Mexico
What surface is Caroline Dolehide vs Sofia Kenin being played on? Caroline Dolehide vs Sofia Kenin will take place on an outdoor hard court
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What channel is Caroline Dolehide vs Sofia Kenin on in the UK? Caroline Dolehide vs Sofia Kenin will be televised live on the Amazon Prime Video app on Smart TVs
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Former world number four Sofia Kenin has moved back up to 31st in the WTA live rankings after overcoming Leylah Fernandez in three sets, backing-up some quality wins over Jelena Ostapenko and Anhelina Kainina. The 24-year-old looks to have rediscovered her self-belief on court and with it she is capable of threatening the top 10 again after several years in the wilderness, with last week’s runners up place in San Diego to Barbora Krejcikova a first final since 2020. 25-year-old Caroline Dolehide will set a new career-high WTA world ranking of 60th after coming back from asset down to beat Martina Trevisan in what has become by far the biggest run of her career. Dolehide is also through to the semi-finals in the doubles alongside Asia Muhammad this week with the pair knocking out some very serious competition already.
The elder American has fought tooth and nail to be here with sets dropped in three of her four matches and that makes taking Kenin to earn at least a set the sensible move. Otherwise, whilst Dolehide’s momentum should not be underestimated, Kenin proved herself at this stage of San Diego last week and her experience at this level should win through.