Caroline Garcia vs Maria Sakkari – Second Round – Preview & Prediction | 2022 Western & Southern Open
When is Caroline Garcia vs Maria Sakkari on and what time does it start? Caroline Garcia vs Maria Sakkari will take place on Wednesday 17th August, 2022 – not before TBC (UK)
Where is Caroline Garcia vs Maria Sakkari taking place? Caroline Garcia vs Maria Sakkari will take place at Lindner Family Tennis Center in Ohio, USA
What surface is Caroline Garcia vs Maria Sakkari being played on? Caroline Garcia vs Maria Sakkari will take place on an outdoor hard court
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What channel is Caroline Garcia vs Maria Sakkari on in the UK? Caroline Garcia vs Maria Sakkari will be televised live on the Amazon Prime app on Smart TVs
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World number three Maria Sakkari is getting perilously close to a big plummet down the WTA world rankings if she fails to produce a deep run here in Cincinnati or New York later this month, with her run to the semi-finals of the US Open last season making up the majority of her points. The 27-year-old still has just one WTA title to her name from the Rabat Open despite reaching the WTA Finals last season and making the last four at two Grand Slams and she looks set to be one of the casualties of the new influx of young talent on the WTA tour. 28-year-old Caroline Garcia is an interesting player to contrast with here with a lesser career-high at world number four, set in 2018, but nine WTA titles to her name after winning two more this season at the Bad Homburg Open and Poland Open. The Frenchwoman recently stunned Iga Swiatek on her way to that ninth title in Warsaw and after a blip last week in Toronto against Alize Cornet she looked in great shape to oust Petra Martic in straight sets on Monday.
Sakkari is still a top 10 player by right but there has been a significant amount of matches lost by fine margins, from winning positions and plain upsets in recent times. Back Garcia to win at least a set here as the just-about likelier to come through, with Sakkari’s two matches in Toronto last week seeing three sets.