Caroline Garcia (@1.83) vs Kristina Mladenovic (@2.0)

Our Prediction:

Caroline Garcia will win
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Caroline Garcia – Kristina Mladenovic Match Prediction | 12-09-2019 06:00

Vekic needs to get out there on the grass, where she won the title in 2017. If Vekic is able to do this she should level the head-to-head. #2 seed Crotian Donna Vekic looked more composed beating lucky loser Chloe Paquet indoors in the 2nd round. Vekic won the last match at the Australian Open this year.

Caroline Garcia has had a Brit-paved route to the quarterfinals, beating Naiktha Bains and Maia Lumsden in the first two rounds. Garcia will need to find her appetite for a tennis fight. Make no mistake, the rugged Romanian Elena Gabriela Ruse will do just that. Unfortunately, neither of her opponents were able to test the #1 seeds mettle.

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Angelique Kerber: results and record

The tournament is now taking shape, as we reach the last eight. The WTA Nottingham Open has been beset with weather disruptions. Their world #211 Elena Gabriela Ruse defied 126 ranking places by seeing off Switzerlands Viktorija Golubic 7-6 4-6 6-4. Romanian womens tennis is continuing to show its strength in depth. Day 4 saw a good day for the predictions with all four match outcomes correct, and three out of four even getting the right number of sets. The Romanian squandered opportunities for a straight sets victory. She will need to take her chances a tad better next match against #1 seed Caroline Garcia.

Additionally, her plus records for the season on grass dates back to 2013. The World #56 wont afford Tomljanovic the same edge if the match is moved indoors again she possesses an impressive 139-74 win-loss career record indoors. Maria made the semifinals on grass in Surbiton last week.

Naomi Osaka had achieved her Grand Slams under Sascha Bajin but later admitted she wasn't happy with his coaching style and parted ways. Expecting her to have a strong Asian swing. Sascha Bajin was then hired by Mladenovic and this year has been a decent year for the French player although the last few weeks weren't her best of the year.