Petra Kvitova vs Donna Vekic – Third Round – Preview & Prediction | 2023 Miami Open
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When is Petra Kvitova vs Donna Vekic on and what time does it start? Petra Kvitova vs Donna Vekic will take place on Sunday 26th March, 2023 – not before 19:15 (UK)
Where is Petra Kvitova vs Donna Vekic taking place? Petra Kvitova vs Donna Vekic will take place at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, USA
What surface is Petra Kvitova vs Donna Vekic being played on? Petra Kvitova vs Donna Vekic will take place on an outdoor hard court
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What channel is Petra Kvitova vs Donna Vekic on in the UK? Petra Kvitova vs Donna Vekic will be televised live on the Amazon Prime app on Smart TVs
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World number 12 Petra Kvitova has quietly built up some impressive form this season and the former number two should be considered a dark horse in Miami after a superb run to the quarter-finals at Indian Wells. The 33-year-old conceded just three games to Linda Noskova on Friday and wins over Jelena Ostapenko and Jessica Pegula in the desert last time out suggest she is the reasonable favourite here. 26-year-old Donna Vekic is just one place away from matching her career-high WTA world ranking of 19th first set four years ago after a remarkable return to form over the last few months but she needed to come back from a set down to oust Madison Brengle on Friday. The 22nd seed won her fourth WTA title at the Monterrey Open earlier this month but she has struggled to match that intensity since. The Croat is clearly enjoying tennis again under new coach Pam Shriver but this is a really tough draw so early on in Miami. Kvitova has won their last two encounters, including at this stage of the Miami Open back in 2019, to take a 3-1 lead in their head-to-head record and backing the Czech to edge this outright seems a reasonable risk.