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WTA Prague Day 2 Predictions Including Urszula Radwanska vs Nuria Parrizas Diaz

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Action from WTA Prague continues on Tuesday with the first round of the draw completing. We have predictions for all the matches including the set of matches that features Mona Barthel vs Viktoria Kuzmova.

Samantha Murray vs Tereza Martincova

Martincova is having a career best year and has earned a career best ranking to go with it, her 13 tour level wins this season are already higher than any previous year on tour and she had a great grass court season. Samantha Murray is 0-6 in her career at the WTA tour level and looks to be outmatched in terms of form in this match as well. Martincova in 2

Marie Bouzkova vs Storm Sanders

Bouzkova is having a good season, her 13 tour level wins are better than any previous year on tour, Sanders is at a career high ranking and is also finally finding success at the WTA Tour level, with that said, Bouzkova has outpaced her at this point in their careers and playing at home the Czech player should have an edge. Bouzkova in 2

Urszula Radwanska vs Nuria Parrizas Diaz

The Bastad champion Diaz is at a career high ranking and very near to breaking into the top 100 for the first time, Diaz has been a revelation on the ITF circuit and is making big strides in her career with Bastad being her maiden WTA title. Radwanska a former top 30 player is far removed from that success, she played well qualifying for this tournament but hasn’t won a tour match since 2016. If Diaz is fit she should continue her success. Diaz in 2

Katerina Siniakova vs Jodie Anna Burrage

Burrage came through the qualifiers and has found some success on the ITF circuit, despite being 0-4 at the WTA Tour level. Siniakova has had a solid season, 14-11 with a final in Bad Homburg, a semifinal in Parma and wins at Wimbledon and Roland Garros. Siniakova can win this title and looks set to get off to a good start. Siniakova in 2

Isabella Shinikova vs Barbora Krejcikova

Krejcikova won their only meeting, the Bulgarian player Shinikova qualified, in her careeer she’s never found success at the WTA Tour level or made a big breakthrough. Krejcikova is at a career high ranking after winning Roland Garros and Strasbourg and reaching the second week of Wimbledon. The gap between these players is wide, Krejcikova at home should win routinely. Krejcikova in 2

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