Rebecca Sramkova vs Elina Avanesyan live stream Hungarian Grand Prix preview

livetennisstaff in WTA Tour 15 Jul 2023

Tune in to Monday’s matchup between Rebecca Sramkova and Elina Avanesyan in the Round of 32 of the 2023 Hungarian Grand Prix.

The match starts at 10:15 AM on Monday, July 17 and will be available to watch live online.

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Rebecca Sramkova vs Elina Avanesyan odds and prediction

Prediction: Elina Avanesyan has a 69.2% chance to win this match

Rebecca Sramkova Elina Avanesyan
37.0% Chance to Win Match 69.2%
2.9% Chance to Win Tournament 9.1%

Rebecca Sramkova vs Elina Avanesyan betting tips

Sramkova most recently competed on June 28, 2023 at the Wimbledon, where she fell to Clara Tauson (4-6, 2-6) in the qualifying round.

Avanesyan heads into this competition after a two-set loss to Storm Sanders (6-7, 6-7) in her last match on June 28, 2023 in the qualifying round at the Wimbledon.

Through 10 matches on clay courts this year, Avanesyan averages 21.8 games per match and 9.1 games per set with a 53.7% game winning percentage.

Avanesyan has a 58.3% winning percentage in service games while playing on clay, and a 56.1% winning percentage in return games (49 of 84 service games, and 46 of 82 return games).

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