Jessica Pegula vs Lesia Tsurenko live stream Wimbledon preview

livetennisstaff in WTA Tour 08 Jul 2023

The Round of 16 of 2023 Wimbledon features Lesia Tsurenko and Jessica Pegula going head to head at AELTC Wimbledon Qualifying and Community Sports Ground.

The match begins at 12:00 PM on Sunday, July 9 and will be available to live stream online.

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Jessica Pegula vs Lesia Tsurenko odds and prediction

Prediction: Jessica Pegula has an 81.8% chance to win this match

Jessica Pegula Lesia Tsurenko
81.8% Chance to Win Match 24.4%
3.8% Chance to Win Tournament 0.7%

Jessica Pegula vs Lesia Tsurenko betting tips

Pegula secured a two-set victory over Elisabetta Cocciaretto (6-4, 6-0) in the Round of 32 in her most recent match on Friday.

Pegula has played three matches on grass this year, and 20.3 games per match.

Pegula has won 77.4% of her service games on grass, and 23.3% of her return games.

Tsurenko is coming off a three-set win over Ana Bogdan (4-6, 6-3, 7-6) in her most recent match on Friday in the Round of 32.

Tsurenko averages 16.0 games per match and 8.0 games per set through one match on grass courts this year.

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