Jessica Pegula vs Danielle Collins – Third Round – Preview & Prediction | 2023 Miami Open
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When is Jessica Pegula vs Danielle Collins on and what time does it start? Jessica Pegula vs Danielle Collins will take place on Saturday 25th March, 2023 – not before 18:35 (UK)
Where is Jessica Pegula vs Danielle Collins taking place? Jessica Pegula vs Danielle Collins will take place at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, USA
What surface is Jessica Pegula vs Danielle Collins being played on? Jessica Pegula vs Danielle Collins will take place on an outdoor hard court
Where can I get tickets for Jessica Pegula vs Danielle Collins? Visit this link for the latest ticket information for Jessica Pegula vs Danielle Collins
What channel is Jessica Pegula vs Danielle Collins on in the UK? Jessica Pegula vs Danielle Collins will be televised live on the Amazon Prime app on Smart TVs
Where can I stream Jessica Pegula vs Danielle Collins in the UK? Amazon Prime subscribers can stream Jessica Pegula vs Danielle Collins live on Prime Video
This promises to be a proper thriller on Saturday between the current and former US number ones. World number three Jessica Pegula beat qualifier Katherine Sebov in commanding fashion on Thursday for a solid start to her Miami Open campaign and she will be hoping to put a gut-wrenching three-set defeat to Petra Kvitova in the round of 16 at Indian Wells behind her ahead of this showdown. World number 30 Danielle Collins beat Viktorya Tomova in straight sets on Thursday to put her own chastening defeat behind her after an out-of-character upset against Dalma Galfi at this stage of Indian Wells but she will have to beat Pegula for the first time if she is to progress as Pegula won their only tour-level encounter in three sets at the Canada Masters back in 2021. Ultimately, a lot of this match will depend on the reaction of the crowd in what is surely nailed-on to be under the lights. Collins is the more ferocious player, capable of flashes of unplayable tennis, but Pegula’s remarkable consistency has been her superpower for over a year on tour now and she can be backed to edge through outright here.