Qinwen Zheng vs Anastasia Potapova – Round of 16 – Preview & Prediction | 2023 Miami Open
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When is Qinwen Zheng vs Anastasia Potapova on and what time does it start? Qinwen Zheng vs Anastasia Potapova will take place on Monday 27th March, 2023 – not before TBC (UK)
Where is Qinwen Zheng vs Anastasia Potapova taking place? Qinwen Zheng vs Anastasia Potapova will take place at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, USA
What surface is Qinwen Zheng vs Anastasia Potapova being played on? Qinwen Zheng vs Anastasia Potapova will take place on an outdoor hard court
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21-year-old Anastasia Potapova should set a new career-high WTA world ranking of 25th after claiming the biggest win of her career over home favourite Coco Gauff on Saturday, coming back from a set down in impressive fashion. The Russian claimed her second WTA title at the Linz Open last month but she has so far struggled to impose herself on draws at WTA 1000 level and above to make these uncharted waters, 20-year-old Qinwen Zheng also came back from a set down to beat Liudmila Samsonova in an eye-catching return to form after struggling with her fitness in recent tournaments. The Chinese is also at her career-high ranking of 23rd as things stand and she was the winner of their only previous tour-level meeting in a very tight straight-sets result in the second round of the US Open last summer. Zheng also beat the Russian in the qualifying rounds of Adelaide 1 back in January with both matches seeing two tiebreaks. That makes taking at least a tiebreak in this match look tempting in avoiding picking a winner here, although taking that option and Potapova to earn at least a set seems a reasonable risk given her level on Saturday.