WTA Den Bosch Day 4 Predictions Including Jessica Pegula vs Aleksandra Krunic

Jessica Pegula in action at Wimbledon.

After Iga Swiatek won a third consecutive Roland Garros title last Saturday, the WTA tour has now shifted to grass, with WTA Den Bosch being the first lead-up tournament to Wimbledon. It features a very good field for a tournament of this level, led by world No. 5 Jessica Pegula, who will be in action tomorrow. As always, we at LWOT have the previews and predictions for all matches around ‘s-Hertogenbosch. But who will advance?

WTA Den Bosch Day 4 Predictions

Emina Bektas vs Ekaterina Alexandrova

Head-to-head: Alexandrova 1-0 Bektas

Their one previous matchup was at WTA Den Bosch last year in the quarterfinal stage, with Alexandrova winning in a relatively routine fashion. Overall, she is the far superior player of the two, and she played very well in her tournament debut against Rodinova. Just like last year, Alexandrova should advance to the next round.

Prediction: Alexandrova in 2

Dalma Galfi vs Veronika Kudermetova

Head-to-head: Kudermetova 2-1 Gaffi

Galfi has been playing well, making it through qualifying and winning her first round, but Kudermetova is easily the superior player overall and looks comfortable enough on this surface too. It should still be much closer than when they faced at the 2022 US Open, with Galfi winning only two games.

Prediction: Kudermetova in 2

Robin Montgomery vs Jule Niemeier

Head-to-head: first meeting

It should be a very close match; Neimeier is generally the more solid player, but Montgomery has been playing well and comes into this match quite confident after making it through the qualifying and winning her first round here in a close three-setter against a much higher ranked player. She might well make another upset here.

Prediction: Montgomery in 3

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Celine Naef vs Liudmila Samsonova

Head-to-head: first meeting

Naef got a quite fortunate draw here and managed to win a match, but overall, Samsonova is the far superior player and should have a clear edge here. In fact, before her first-round win at WTA Den Bosch, Naef was on a five-match losing streak and has only really had success at lower levels. Samsonova should be the one advancing here.

Prediction: Samsonova in 2

Jessica Pegula vs Aleksandra Krunic

Head-to-head: first meeting

Pegula’s season has been marred by injury, but under normal circumstances, she is one of the best and most consistent players on tour. She looked to be in very good form in her return match in the first round here after a long absence and should be able to continue her run here as she gears up for Wimbledon.

Prediction: Pegula in 2

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