Tuesday night, in the last round of Indian Wells qualifiers, we have Cirstea vs Hibino. Does the Romanian go to the main painting?
Cirstea vs Hibino Today’s Tennis Betting Tips
An interesting first duel in the Indian Wells tournament comes from the qualifiers, where the Romanian Sorana Cirstea tries to get her name again on the main painting. Her opponent is a very dangerous one, Japanese Nao Hibino also participating in the main painting of the competition in the past.
Sorana Cirstea: the form of the moment, the latest results, statistics
Cirstea has reached the age of 28 and has not been able to boast of good performance lately. Her only WTA title came in 2008 in Tashkent (UZB). She fell 98th in the girls’ rankings after finishing 2017 in the 37th place. And Sorana also got into a scandal in Romania, caused by the media, after an interview in which he talked about Halep.
2019 did not make a great start, although the quarter finals in Shenzhen were praised by quite a lot of people. It was then eliminated in the first round at the Australian Open and Doha. Again, she got to the “quarters” of a competition in Budapest, but was taken out by Potapova (RUS). He lost in the first round of the Indian Wells challenger in three sets with American Ahn, but passed another US athlete in the previous qualifying round, 6-3, 6-4 with Lao.
Nao Hibino: the form of the moment, the latest results, statistics
Hibino is a 24-year-old nipon, ranked WTA-117. In 2015, Nao won her only important title in Tashkent (UZB) and reached the 66th position in the girls’ ranking. There have been two seasons in the top 100, but in the previous season it has had modest results.
He did not pass qualifiers to Shenzhen and Australian Open, and the only victories came in ITF tournaments – quarter finals at Launceston (AUS) and Kyoto semifinals (JPN). Last week’s challenger was also eliminated in the inaugural round. In the first round of qualifying, Hibino dispose of Liu (USA), score 6-3, 6-3.
Betting tips and predictions analyzed Cirstea vs Hibino
Even if he had two sets of his opponent, Sorana did not play the way I expected. Sure, he was aggressive on the way back, where he always had trouble, but the synps on his own service could cost him expensive. And I’m talking here in the second set, because in the first hand, Sorana did not give him any chance to break the opponent. A fairly modest opponent, let’s face it, so that’s why Sorana mistakes are worrying, even if there were not many. Hibino is fast, capable of holding a rally, but she also suffers from her own service. Cirstea must be as active on return, but better protect its service. Again, the odds are very good.
Betting Tips: Cirstea wins