Iga Swiatek v Jessica Pegula live stream | US Open 2022 preview

World number one Iga Swiatek will take on Jessica Pegula in the Quarter-Finals of the 2022 US Open on Wednesday.

Swiatek defeated Jule Niemeier in three sets in the previous round to become the first Polish woman to reach the US Open Quarter-Finals.

Swiatek has dominated the WTA tour this year, having won 54 matches while losing just seven across all surfaces. She has not been at her best prior to the US Open 2022 though, winning only six matches in her last four tournaments.

She has competed in four Grand Slam quarterfinals over the past two years, having won the French Open in 20220 and 2022 and also reaching the Semi-Finals of the Australian Open this year.

Meanwhile, Pegula has now won seven of her last nine matches on hard courts. Here at Flushing Meadows, Pegula met some accessible opponents in the first three rounds in the shape of Golubic, Sasnovich, and Yuan.

Her toughest test was against Petra Kvitova in the Fourth Round, but Pegula won the match in a dominant manner, dropping just five games in two sets.

The only concern for Pegula is that she has played three Grand Slam quarter-finals so far and has lost all of them. This will be her 12th Quarter-Final at or above WTA 1000 level since the start of 2021.

Our prediction for this match is Over 20.5 Games at odds of 5/6 with Bet365.

Swiatek v Pegula is available to watch via a live stream on desktop, mobile or tablet devices from approximately 12am BST.

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Iga Swiatek and Jessica Pegula will face off in the Quarter-Finals of the 2022 French Open at Roland Garros on Wednesday.

Swiatek has finally lost a set after a month since the Semi-Finals in Stuttgart. She survived a huge scare against Zheng Qinwen, the 19-year-old who caused some upsets in the opening rounds of this year’s French Open.

Swiatek, the odds-on pre-tournament favourite, lost the opening set in a tiebreaker, but then bounced back with two comfortable 6-0, 6-2 sets to win the contest.

Her best Grand Slam result since winning the French Open 2020 is a Semi-Final appearance at the Australian Open back in January.

Swiatek’s stats in professional tournaments is hugely impressive as she boasts a 21-2 win-loss record in Quarter-Finals.

Pegula, on the other hand, has been struggling with consistency in Paris over the past week, but is now into the second week here for the first time in her career.

Prior to this year’s French Open, Pegula had won just two main draw matches on Parisian courts.

The American holds an 8-8 record in the Quarter-Finals, but seven out of these eight defeats came after the lockdown period. Pegula has played just two Grand Slam quarterfinals, both at the Australian Open and lost each of them.

We expect Under 19.5 Games at odds of 7/10 with Bet365.

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Paula Badosa and Jessica Pegula will square off in the quarterfinals of the Miami Open on Wednesday at 6.00 pm (UK Time).

Paula Badosa has won 17 of her 23 matches on hard courts so far this season, with her best results being in Sydney where she did well to lift the trophy. She has also had a great run to the semifinals at Indian Wells recently where she lost in three sets against Maria Sakkari.

Here in Miami, Paula is yet to drop a single set this week, having beaten the likes of Bouzkova, Putintseva, and Fruhvirtova. Due to her recent performance, Badosa will now make her debut in the top 3 and she is aiming for a third semifinal of the season.

Meanwhile, Jessica Pegula has been struggling with inconsistency throughout these first three months of the year. She has failed to win a single trophy this year, but did well to reach the quarterfinals at the Australian Open and now in Miami too.

The worrying thing is that Jessica holds a poor 2-7 record in the quarterfinals. Actually, those two victories led to semifinal appearances in Doha and Montreal last year.

Our prediction for this clash is Over 20.5 Games at odds of 4/5 with Bet365.

Badosa v Pegula is available to watch via a live stream on desktop, mobile or tablet devices from approximately 6.00pm GMT.

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World number one Ashleigh Barty will take on Jessica Pegula in the Quarter-Finals of the 2022 Australian Open on Tuesday.

Barty is now on a seven-match winning streak without dropping a single set in the process. She is looking unbeatable at the moment, especially after the Fourth Round performance against an in-form Amanda Anisimova.

In the opening rounds, she defeated the likes of Tsurenko, Bronzetti and Giorgi while losing just eight games.

Barty is now in the Last Eight of the Australian Open for the third year in a row. If she manages to win three more matches, Barty will become the first Australian player to win the Australian Open since 1978.

Pegula, on the other hand, kicked off 2022 with two consecutive defeats in Melbourne and Sydney, but bounced back with four wins in a row at the 2022 Australian Open.

The American played against accessible opponents in the opening rounds before beating world number eight Maria Sakkari in straight sets in the Fourth Round.

Pegula is into the Quarter-Finals of the Australian Open for the second successive year, with her run in 2021 having ended in defeat to eventual finalist Jennifer Brady.

Our best prediction for Barty vs Pegula is Over 18.5 Games at odds of 17/25 with Bet365.

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Sixth seed Petra Kvitova could become the latest US Open upset victim as she takes on in-form Jessica Pegula in the third round.

Kvitova vs Pegula is live from New York on Friday 4 September, time TBC

Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova made her first Grand Slam final in five years at the Australian Open in 2019, but she hasn’t been past the third round at the US Open since 2017 and has never gone past the quarterfinals at her least successful major.

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Kvitova’s lack of match practice was evident when she struggled against Kateryna Kozlova in the second round, and in Jessica Pegula she has an opponent who is playing some of the best tennis of her career and looking for her second win over a top-10 player in the space of a fortnight.

Read on for our preview, predictions and live streaming information.

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Kvitova vs Pegula: Head-to-head

This will be the first match between Petra Kvitova and Jessica Pegula.

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Kvitova was 12-3 in 2020 before the shutdown, having reached the semifinals in Adelaide, the quarterfinals of the Australian Open and finished runner-up to Aryna Sabalenka at the Qatar Total Open in Doha. But the Czech lost her only US Open warm-up match to Marie Bouzkova in the Western & Southern Open and the consequent lack of match practice was evident in her second-round match against Kozlova.

Having breezed through Irina-Camelia Begu, a much more challenging opponent on clay, Kvitova really struggled against Kozlova, a decent but not especially creative player. Kvitova double-faulted seven times in the first set, making 20 unforced errors, and had to save set point against Kozlova before edging the first set 7-6(3). The Czech had an easier time of it in the second set, which she won 6-2, but had Kvitova not been serving as well as she was – she only lost four points on her first serve through the match, and made 64% of first serves – she could have really been in trouble, struggling as she was to win any points behind her second serve in either set.

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Kvitova has never been past the quarterfinals in New York and has failed to make the last 16 on her last two appearances, losing to Andrea Petkovic and Sabalenka despite making a hard-court major final at the Australian Open in that time span. The fast courts at the US Open this year should suit her, but they will also suit her in-form opponent in the third round.

Jessica Pegula is 8-2 since competition resumed (PA Images)

Jessica Pegula was not someone many people had heard of before her surprise run to the Quebec City final in 2018, but she went on to win the Citi Open last summer and started 2019 with a statement run to the Auckland final, beating CiCi Bellis, Alize Cornet and Caroline Wozniacki before losing to Serena Williams.

Since returning from the shutdown, Pegula is 8-2, beating former US Open runner-up Vera Zvonareva in Lexington before falling to Bellis, then qualifying for the Western & Southern Open and beating Lexington champion Jennifer Brady, Amanda Anisimova and Sabalenka to make the quarterfinals. At the US Open, she’s won two tough matches to make the third round for the first time, beating Bouzkova – who beat Kvitova in ‘Cincinnati’ – and crafty veteran Kirsten Flipkens to reach the last 32.

Kvitova and Pegula have never played before, but Pegula is loving these conditions and she’s full of confidence right now. She’ll take the match to Kvitova, and from the Czech’s performances so far, it doesn’t look to me like Kvitova will be ready for it. Kvitova’s ground game is not honed as yet, and if she doesn’t have an absolutely superlative serving day, she’ll found herself on the back foot at the start of every rally.

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