The fact that the men’s tournament in the Australian Open got a little more attention is not strange considering how it’s been this week. With peels both right and left it has been impossible to wipe the eyes from that tournament, but on the side has also happened things. Now we are at the final in the tournament, where the world seat is taking place in the world. A little more logical than on the man page.
Simona Halep had a fantastic year last year and seems to continue that trend in 2018. Romania does not have a single loss in the first month of the year and has seen very strong on its journey until the finals here in the Australian Open. With six straight wins and just two lost sets, there is every reason to take and lift it, imaginary or real, hat and shame again.
In both the quarterfinals against Karolina Pliskova and in the semifinal against Angelique Kerber, she showed that she is still the best when it comes to. Promising to the final, to say the least.
Logical game on women’s tennis
Caroline Wozniacki has not quite been shame so far during the tournament. Certainly, in our opinion, the Danish has had a slightly easier journey until the finals, but she has quite obviously done the job and is also relatively well-liked to the final. Neither did she have to take any way in the course of the tournament.
The Danish also comes to the meeting with Simona Halep in some form of psychological overlay, then based on how the matches between players have ended earlier. Caroline Wozniacki has three straight wins against Romanian, where the last was taken as late as the end of October at the WTA Finals in Siingapore.
This is in many ways a real dream final and of course we, as neutral spectators, are very fond of a rhyming match. On the other hand, it is rarely what we see in the women’s tennis, at least not making sure that every break feels match-like as it can do in the men’s tennis. Here it breaks a bit more wild and the seat does not get so long. It opens for an underplay.
Our Prediction: Under 20.5 games @ 2.30