WTA Belgrade Day 2 Predictions Including Elitsa Kostova vs Arantxa Rus

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We have predictions for all of the WTA Belgrade day 2 action including Jule Niemeier’s match as play continues in Serbia on Tuesday.

Martina Trevisan vs Panna Udvardy

Trevisan reached the quarters in Bol but is struggling this season. Udvardy has been great at the ITF level and is at a career high ranking. She reached the quarters in Budapest and has 27 ITF wins this year as well with two titles. Udvardy’s form sets her up for a win here. Udvardy in 2

Irina Maria Bara vs Amandine Hesse

Bara reached an ITF final this season and the semis in Bol, Hesse has struggled at the WTA level but did win an ITF final. This match should be competitive, Bara should have a slim edge. Bara in 3

Jessika Ponchet vs Draginja Vukovic

Ponchet has found ITF success but it hasn’t translated to the WTA Tour level yet, Vukovic is a 21 year old with limited professional experience. Ponchet should win this routinely. Ponchet in 2

Tara Wurth vs Ekaterina Yashina

Yashina has a good ITF record but has never made it on the WTA Tour, the fellow qualifier Wurth is a rising teenager, she’s a capable player but Yashina should be slightly better. Yashina in 3

Elitsa Kostova vs Arantxa Rus

Rus leads the h2h 4-0, Rus reached the Bol final and has a couple of other notable results while Kostova has been struggling. Rus should advance with a margin of safety. Rus in 2

Olga Danilovic vs Camilla Rosatello

The Palermo and Budapest quarterfinal Danilovic will be a heavy favorite, Rosatello is a capable ITF player but hasn’t made progress on the WTA Tour and Danilovic has her sights on a home title. Danilovic in 2

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