Magda Linette vs Victoria Azarenka – Third Round – Preview & Prediction | 2023 Miami Open
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When is Magda Linette vs Victoria Azarenka on and what time does it start? Magda Linette vs Victoria Azarenka will take place on Saturday 25th March, 2023 – not before 16:15 (UK)
Where is Magda Linette vs Victoria Azarenka taking place? Magda Linette vs Victoria Azarenka will take place at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, USA
What surface is Magda Linette vs Victoria Azarenka being played on? Magda Linette vs Victoria Azarenka will take place on an outdoor hard court
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31-year-old Magda Linette came into Miami at a career-high WTA world ranking of 19th but she will be hugely relieved to have beaten Evgeniya Rodina, ranked outside the top 300, in straight sets on Thursday. The Pole produced an incredible run to the semi-finals of the Australian Open in January before eventually falling to the champion Aryna Sabalenka but she has since seemed to struggle with the pressure of playing as a seed, with a defeat to Emma Raducanu at Indian Wells last time out her third loss on the spin. Whilst this still looks too steep a climb against former world number one Victoria Azarenka, Linette should be a lot better for snapping that run. World number 16 Azarenka is a three-time former champion in Miami and she looked like meaning business on Thursday with a consummate straight sets victory over Camila Giorgi. The 33-year-old also reached the semi-finals in Melbourne before losing to eventual runner-up Elena Rybakina and it has taken top-quality opposition to oust her from her last four tournaments. Back the Belarussian to win outright here, although two sets should do it.