WTA Warsaw Day 3 Predictions Including Iga Swiatek vs Magdalena Frech

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Day 3 of WTA action in Warsaw features a mix of Round 1 and Round 2 matches that offer plenty of intrigue. The biggest match of the day will feature #1 seed Iga Swiatek who returns to the court after her third-round loss on the lawns of the All-England Club. She looks to get back on track against her Polish compatriot Magdalena Frech. We at LWOT have the prediction for that match as well as all other happenings around the ground of Warsaw. Who do you think will win?

WTA Warsaw Day 3 Predictions

Ana Bogdan vs Katerina Siniakova

Head-to-Head: Bogdan 1-0 Siniakova

After picking up a solid straight-set victory over #7 seed Nuria Parrizas Diaz, Ana Bogdan is looking to advance to her first tour-level quarterfinal of the season. She takes on Katerina Siniakova, whom she bested on the clay back in April of 2021. Siniakova is looking to bounce back from a grass court swing that saw her fail to secure a victory. She is, however, 4-2 during the summer clay swing and seems to be playing with confidence. I like the Czech native to advance in three sets.
Prediction: Siniakova in 3

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Laura Pigossi vs Nadia Podoroska

Head-to-Head: first meeting

After receiving a lucky loser entry into the main draw, Laura Pigossi turned up her tennis and bested Varvara Gracheva in straight sets in Round 1. Nadia Podoroska also rolled through her first-round match, dropping just two total games. Though both players are currently ranked outside the top 100, they both play their best tennis on the clay. I see this one going three sets, with the slight advantage to Podoroska who has been playing very solid tennis after a ten-month absence from the tour.
Prediction: Podoroska in 3

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Iga Swiatek vs Magdalena Frech

Head-to-Head: first meeting

Iga Swiatek takes the court for the first time since her unprecedented 37-match winning streak was ended in the third round of Wimbledon. She matches up with her Polish compatriot Magdalena Frech. Frech has had a solid year on the clay, but even her best effort won’t be enough against the World #1. Swiatek is 16-0 on the dirt this season and 46-4 overall. I do not foresee her dropping back-to-back matches with the form she has held in 2022.
Prediction: Swiatek in 2

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