WTA Hiroshima Open Semifinal Predictions Including Veronika Kudermetova vs Misaki Doi

WTA Hiroshima Open Misaki Doi

An all-Japanese final, which would be the dream final for the fans, is still on the cards at the WTA Hiroshima Open as Nao Hibino and Misaki Doi could potentially face off in the final for the Hiroshima title.

WTA Hiroshima Open Semifinal Predictions

Nao Hibino vs Mihaela Buzarnescu

Head-to-head: First meeting

Both players have played an incredibly high level of tennis to reach the semifinals here. Buzarnescu impressively defeated the third seed, Alison van Uytvanck, in straight sets in the quarterfinals. Whereas Hibino upset the defending champion and the top seed, Su-Wei Hsieh, also in straight sets.

It will be a close match. But Buzarnescu is yet to drop a set all week and this tournament looks like the one that could turn her season around. After the struggles in her career, she definitely needs it.

Prediction: Buzarnescu in 2

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Veronika Kudermetova vs Misaki Doi

Head-to-head: First meeting

Misaki Doi continues to impress the Hiroshima crowd as she knocked out the seventh seed Sara Sorribes Tormo in straight sets in the quarterfinals.

Veronika Kudermetova will be a tough opponent for Doi. The Russian, in her own right, has played sublime tennis to reach the semifinals here.

Doi has already reached the doubles final here at Hiroshima. Combining both her high confidence and the Japanese crowd behind her, she has the potential to have a dream week and reach both finals here at Hiroshima.
Prediction: Doi in 3

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  1. Well spotted Eric. You obviously know Kudermetova better than us. I, for one, thought she would comfortably beat Doi, but the Japanese had her measure all the way and made it look easy.
    Another golden opportunity missed by Kudermetova and she’s not going to get to a final, if she cannot hold herself together.

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