WTA Bogota Day 1 Predictions Including Kristie Ahn vs Jasmine Paolini

Kristie Ahn 2020 French Open

The 2021 WTA Bogota (Copa Colsanitas) tournament main draw begins Monday. This lower tier 250 presents an opportunity for some of the rising players of the WTA tour to earn much needed ranking points and prize money on the clay in South America. You can check out all of our predictions daily for WTA and ATP action this week.

Kristie Ahn vs Jasmine Paolini

Paolini has a 3-5 record in 2021 while Ahn is playing just her fourth match of 2021 (1-2 with a win in Miami qualifying). Ahn will be eager to return to the top 100 but on the clay the advantage goes to Paolini. Paolini in 3

Cristina Bucsa vs Nuria Parrizas Diaz

Parrizas Diaz’s incredible form at the ITF level makes her a player to watch this week. Bucsa has a couple of ITF quarterfinals this season and little else of note, this is her first WTA main draw match of the year. Parrizas Diaz lost her first two matches of the season but hasn’t been defeated since, Parrizas Diaz has won 15 matches in a row entering this tournament, which represents three ITF titles, she won a fourth ITF title in December as well. Parrizas Diaz has never made it past the top 150 but this tournament represents a real chance at breakthrough. Parrizas Diaz in 2

Anna-Lena Friedsam vs Viktoriya Tomova

The former top 50 player Friedsam is looking to return to those heights. It’s been a quiet 2021 for both Friedsam and her opponent Viktoriya Tomova who has never broken the top 100. This match may not be straightforward but every advantage looks to be on the side of Friedsam. Friedsam in 2

Chloe Paquet vs Stefanie Voegele

Chloe Paquet has found success on clay but has struggled this season while Voegele has only played in three matches this season but historically has stronger results as a former top 50 player. Voegele should be able to find some form here and could win a few matches, starting with this one. Voegele in 2

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